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[SIGNED & INSCRIBED BOOKS]. SANDBURG, CARL. Always the Young Strangers. New York, [1953]. 8vo, original cloth; dust jacket, worn. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Sandburg on the half-title: "For Harold Taylor our good friend who has heard but not read the censored & omitted portions of this book - in fellowship Carl Sandberg, 1956" -- SANDBURG. The People, Yes. New York, [1936]. 8vo, original buckram-backed boards, spine browned, some fading at edges. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 82 of 270 copies signed by Sandburg -- KELLER, HELEN. Double Blossoms: Helen Keller Anthology. Compiled by Edna Porter. New York, 1931. Small 8vo, original cloth-backed marbled boards, some wear at edges. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED BY KELLER AND PORTER on the front free endpaper: "Greatest Beauty lies in the Imagination, Greatest Truth in Silence. To Blanche Prenez with Warm & deep admiration Edna Porter..." Below which Keller adds (in pencil): "The Priestess speaketh Wisdom. Sincerely Helen Keller" -- CORBETT, JAMES J. The Roar of the Crowd. Garden City, 1926. 8vo, original cloth, worn. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Corbett on the frontispiece recto: "To My dear old friend Harry Hershfield with warmest regards Jas. J. Corbett. New York, Dec. 15/28" -- BYRD, RICHARD EVELYN. Skyward. New York, 1928. 8vo, original half cloth, some wear, uncut; shaken. LIMITED EDITION, number 231 of 500 numbered copies signed by Byrd and with a bit of the cloth of one of the wings of the plane, Josephine Ford (this copy without the extra set of plates) -- LINDSAY, VACHEL. Collected Poems. New York, 1923. 8vo, original cloth-backed boards, some darkening at edges; upper hinge cracked. LIMITED EDITION, number 135 of 400 copies signed by Lindsay. (6)

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[SIGNED & INSCRIBED BOOKS]. SANDBURG, CARL. Always the Young Strangers. New York, [1953]. 8vo, original cloth; dust jacket, worn. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Sandburg on the half-title: "For Harold Taylor our good friend who has heard but not read the censored & omitted portions of this book - in fellowship Carl Sandberg, 1956" -- SANDBURG. The People, Yes. New York, [1936]. 8vo, original buckram-backed boards, spine browned, some fading at edges. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 82 of 270 copies signed by Sandburg -- KELLER, HELEN. Double Blossoms: Helen Keller Anthology. Compiled by Edna Porter. New York, 1931. Small 8vo, original cloth-backed marbled boards, some wear at edges. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED BY KELLER AND PORTER on the front free endpaper: "Greatest Beauty lies in the Imagination, Greatest Truth in Silence. To Blanche Prenez with Warm & deep admiration Edna Porter..." Below which Keller adds (in pencil): "The Priestess speaketh Wisdom. Sincerely Helen Keller" -- CORBETT, JAMES J. The Roar of the Crowd. Garden City, 1926. 8vo, original cloth, worn. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Corbett on the frontispiece recto: "To My dear old friend Harry Hershfield with warmest regards Jas. J. Corbett. New York, Dec. 15/28" -- BYRD, RICHARD EVELYN. Skyward. New York, 1928. 8vo, original half cloth, some wear, uncut; shaken. LIMITED EDITION, number 231 of 500 numbered copies signed by Byrd and with a bit of the cloth of one of the wings of the plane, Josephine Ford (this copy without the extra set of plates) -- LINDSAY, VACHEL. Collected Poems. New York, 1923. 8vo, original cloth-backed boards, some darkening at edges; upper hinge cracked. LIMITED EDITION, number 135 of 400 copies signed by Lindsay. (6)
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