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CROSBY, Harry. War Letters. Edited by Henrietta M. Crosby. Paris: Roger Lescaret for The Black Sun Press, 1932.
4° (230 x 170mm). Title printed in red and black. Photographic portrait frontispiece. (Occasional light spotting and marking.) Original roan-backed boards, gilt morocco lettering-pieces on spine, fabric marker, cloth slipcase (lightly rubbed and scuffed). Exhibited: Grolier club, New York (loosely-inserted exhibition label).
FIRST EDITION, ONE OF 125 COPIES ON NAVARRE PAPER. Crosby's war-time letters, written while serving in France and edited by his mother. As usual, the letters 'H.S.' on p.305 have been crossed out in ink. Minkoff A43; Published in Paris p.410.
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