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From DixieOriginal articles contributed by Southern writers for publication as a souvenir of the Memorial Bazaar for the benefit of the Monument to the Private Soldiers and Sailors of the Confederacy....

By [MINOR Kate Pleasants (Compiler)]

Richmond: West Johnston & Co., 1919. . 12mo pale publisher's cloth, sunstruck on the front outer edge; non-authorial gift presentation on front free endpaper. Wright III, 3756. A collection of pieces, both prose and poetry by Southern writers including Sidney Lanier, John Tabb, Amelie Rives, Thomas Page Nelson, and Father Ryan


Tip Sams Again: A Selection of Poems

By NOE James Thomas Cotton

Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 1947. . 8vo, beige cloth sides; black cloth spine (showing residue of mildew damage). Kentucky poet Kentucky poet laureat. The second Tip Sams volume.


Domnei: A Comedy of Woman-Worship

By CABELL James Branch

New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1930. . Large 8vo, black cloth, stamped in gold; Illustrated Edition. Brussel 8b


The Second Coming

By PERCY Walker

New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1980. . 8vo, orange cloth, dust jacket


The Long Habit


New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948. . 8vo, teal-green cloth, top edge red; dust jacket with two small scotch tape repairs. Louisiana novel. First Edition


The Old Forest and Other Stories


Garden City, N.Y.: The Dial Press, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1985. . 8vo, white paper-covered boards, black cloth spine; dust jacket. First Edition. Tennessee writer.


Those Times and These

By COBB Irvin S.

New York: George H. Doran, 1917. . 8vo, green ribbed cloth, stamped in gold on spine and front cover. Small spot on spine, some minor wear to extremities of spine; very minor foxing to edges. First Edition


The Reviewer

By [CLARK, Emily; Hunter Stag; Margaret Freeman and Mary D. Street] Editors

Richmond, Virginia: The Magazine, 1921. . including self-wrappers. 8vo, center stapled, top outer corner lacking; bottom corners creased Volume I, No. 1. Articles by Mary Johnston, Frank F. Beirne, and Mary Wingfield Scott. Reviews by Emily Clark, Hunter Stag and Margaret Street. "Magazines...that are concerned with widening the boundaries of an age dedicated to photographic realism and naturalism. Among scores of these periodical the most important were the following: The Little Review; Secession, The Reviewer [followed by 4 more]....The literary revival that began to grow in the East and Midwest in 1911 and 1912 did not take firm root in the South until around 1920. January 1921 saw the first issue of the sprightly New Orleans "Double Dealer, and a month later The Reviewer made its first appearance,,,," (Hoffman, et al. The Little Magazine, Princeton University Press, 1947, pp. 9/10). During its four-year run, 1921-1924, The Reviewer included work by Hervey Allen, Edwin Bjšrkman, Maxwell Bodenheim, Ernest Boyd, James Branch Cabell, Aleister Crowley, Babette Deutsch, Ronald Firbank, John Galsworthy, Ellen Glasgow, Paul Green, Joseph Hergesheimer, Robert Hillyer, Guy Holt, Mary Johnston, Marjorie Latimer, Amy Lowell, Arthur Machen, H. L. Mencken, Edwin Muir, Robert Nathan, Frances Newman, Julia Peterkin, Burton Rascoe, Ben Ray Redman, Agnes Repplier, Lynn Riggs, AmŽlie Rives, Vincent Starrett, Gertrude Stein, George Sterling, Louis Untermeyer, Carl Van Vechten, Henrie Waste, and Elinor WylieÑnone of whom received any payment or royalty for their contributions. The magazine ceased independent publication with the marriage of Clark to Edwin Swift Balch and it was merged with the Southwest Review ACCOMPANIED BY: Clark, Emily. Innocence Abroad. 13 aquatones (4 by DORIS ULLMAN); [xii] and 270 pp. 8vo, green cloth; dust jacket, lacking one-inch segment at top of spine and with small hole over spine and into front wrapper. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. A history of the magazine by the senior editor.


Journey into Time


Norfolk, Virginia: The Pentelic Press, 1958. . 8vo, navy blue cloth, original glassine wrappers. Foreword by Margaret Haley Carpenter. Inscribed to James Southall Wilson from Carpenter on front free endpaper and dated June 1959. Morton was a Kentucky writer


Poems of the Confederacy, being Selections from the Writings of...of Kentucky

By STANTON Major Henry T[hroop]

Louisville: John P. Morton & Company, 1900. . Squarish 8vo, two-toned cloth,. gray and white, soiled; lettering on spine silver; frontispiece foxed due to acidity which has slightly affected the title; inner lower corner bumped Institutionally common. This is the Deposit Copy A from the Library of Congress with the library's "Surplus/Duplicate" stamp on the copyright page. Also the receipt information. Although claimed by Kentucky, Stanton was born in Virginia, his father was also Virginia-born and served as a Representative in Congress for Virginia, his brother, the author's uncle, served as a Representative from Tennessee. Stanton was a lawyer, a journalist, and did settle in Kentucky of which he was a long-time Poet Lareate. His best known poem is the "Moneyless Man". This posthumous publication contains one poem, not previously collected


Band of Angels

By WARREN Robert Penn

New York: Random House, 1955. . 8vo, natural linen, some staining, top edge yellow; dust jacket with minor wear at extremities of spine and over corners; newspaper reviews pasted onto half-title causing offset. Kentucky writer. First Edition


The Republic of Letters in America. The Correspondence of John Peale Bishop & Allen Tate. Edited by Thomas Daniel Young & John J. Hindle

By [TATE, Allen].

Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1981. . 8vo, bright green cloth, dust jacket. In notations by previous owner throughout; back free endpaper creased and with ink notations


The Winter Sea: A Book of Poems

By TATE Allen

: The Cummington Press, 1944. . 8vo, black cloth, slightly soiled; one of 300 numbered copies


Thunder in the Room

By DOWNEY Harris

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1956. . 8vo, navy-blue cloth, dust jacket (with very minor wear at head and tail of spine) by Leo Manso, showing woman's head--remarkable likeness of Princess Grace. First Edition of this Louisiana author's novel--Review copy with publishers' slip laid in


A Series of Poems. The Musings of Myron

By COOPER Charles W.

New Market: Henkle & Co., 1880. . 8vo, gray cloth, somewhat rubbed, front gilt


The Poetry Reviews of allen Tate, 1924-1944. Edited, with an Introduction, by Ashley Brown and Frances Neel Cheney

By TATE Allen

Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1983. . 8vo, gray cloth; dust jacket


Maje. A Love Story

By GORDON Armistead C[hurchill].

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914. . 8vo, blue/gray paper-covered boards, red cloth spine FIRST EDITION, a beautiful copy.


Wilderness: A Tale of the Civil War

By WARREN Robert Penn

New York: Random House, 1961. . 8vo, deep orange cloth; dust jacket (price-clipped) and with minor wear to extremities of spine and over corners. First Edition


Manuel Pereira; or, The Sovereign Rule of South Carolina. With Views of Southern Laws, Life and Hospitality

By ADAMS F[rancis]. C[olburn].

Washington, D.C.: Buell & Blanchard, 1853. . 8vo, dark navy-blue cloth, blind-stampped with only the minutest wear over corners, one corner bumped; some internal foxing Wright II, 12. Based on fact, Pereira, a British seaman was seized in Charleston harbor when he went ashore, His ship had made landfall there when threatened by a storm at sea. At root was a South Carolina statute that required the imprisonment of black seamen who came ashore or , if found to be former slaves, their return to that condition. The state's Statute was eventually found to be unconstitutional because it was in conflict with a treaty signed between the governments of the United States and Great Britain


Stories and Poems from the Old North State

By [NORTH CAROLINA]. LEAVITT Mrs. Sturgis Elleno, Editor

Durham: North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs, 1923. . 8vo, ocher ribbed cloth; ex-library with bookplate removed from front free endpaper; shelf-mark on copyright


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