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(Poetry)
(n.p.), (n.p.), [c.1969-1971]. A small collection (10 items; 7 authors) of signed fair copy poetry and typed and autograph notes signed, solicited by a collector in the early 1970s, as follows: Philip Booth, a fair copy of "Was a Man" with an autograph note signed at the bottom of the page; Marc Connell, a typed note signed transmitting two autographs (not present); Richard Eberhart, a typed note signed soliciting information and assurances from the recipient before agreeing to sign a poem; Barbara Howes, signed fair copies of "Troy Weight Taken" and "A Night Picture of Pownal" and a signed Christmas greeting entitled "Talking to Animals;" David Ignatow, a signed fair copy of "Get the Gasworks," which Ignatow has re-titled by hand "Simultaneously;" Josephine Jacobsen, a signed fair copy of "Country Bath;" William Stafford, an autograph note signed agreeing to be part of the collection; and, lastly, a note from Thornton Wilder's sister Isabel explaining that Thornton is not well enough to participate. Most of the items are folded for mailing; else fine. [#018709] $250
(NY), Morris Gallery, 1955. Unbound, untrimmed sheets of his second book. 500 copies were printed but many copies remained unbound and, like this copy, unnumbered. Although not called for in the edition, this copy is signed by the author. Fine. [#018933] $100
September 14, 1978. To the editors of Farrar, Straus & Giroux: "I'm taking the liberty of submitting to you a ms. of short stories, not mine, that I think is worthy of consideration for publication..." The author on whose behalf Ignatow is writing is unnamed, although he does add that Grace Paley is interested in writing an introduction. One corner staple; editorial "logged in" remarks; folded in thirds; and typed on a machine that made only partial "o's." Near fine. [#013665] $70
Hanover, NH, University Press of New England, (1994). Advance Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in wrappers. [#703603] $20
Binghamton, NY, SUNY Binghamton, 1974. Literary publication featuring an interview and nine poems by David Ignatow. Signed by David Ignatow on page 443. Very Good in wrappers. [#704923] $20
London, Rapp & Whiting, (1968). First Edition in self-wrappers. Signed by the author. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#705148] $20
Middletown, CT, Wesleyan University Press, (1964). First Edition in simultaneous wrappers. Review copy w/ publisher's slip laid in. Signed by the author. Very Good (slight rubbing to extremities). [#704921] $20
Middletown, CT, Wesleyan University Press, (1961). First Edition in simultaneous wrappers. Signed by the author. Very Good. [#705153] $20
Chicago, IL, Swallow Press, (1973). Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#703604] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (1978). First Edition in simultaneous wrappers.Signed by the author. Very Good. [#704922] $20
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