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by (STAFFORD, William). WENDT, Ingrid. (HOCK, Rick)

Condition: A fine copy [issued without dust jacket].

(STAFFORD, William). MOVING THE HOUSE. Poems by Ingrid Wendt. Foreword by William Stafford. Photographs by Rick Hock. Brockport, New York:: Boa Editions,, 1980. First edition, presentation issue, specially bound by the publisher, limited to 14 copies signed by Ingrid Wendt and William Stafford ('for presentation purposes'). . A fine copy [issued without dust jacket]. . Signed by William Stafford and Ingrid Wendt on half-title page (as issued). [colophon states: "fourteen copies... numbered i-xiv, signed by Ingrid Wendt and William Stafford, have been retained by the publisher for presentation purposes"; total printing was 1200 copies, fifty of which were specially bound]. Octavo, cloth spine, marbled paper-covered boards, 71 pages.

  • Bookseller: Waiting for Godot Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 42180
  • Author: (STAFFORD, William). WENDT, Ingrid. (HOCK, Rick)
  • Book condition: Used - A fine copy [issued without dust jacket].
  • Edition: First edition, presentation issue, specially bound by the publis
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Boa Editions,
  • Place: Brockport, New York:
  • Date published: 1980


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