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(BURROUGHS, John). GASSETTE, Grace
Chicago, Grace Gassette, ca.1915. An invitation to an exhibition of paintings by Grace Gassette, which includes only one tipped-in color plate, that being Gassette's "Portrait of John Burroughs." The portrait is 4-1/2" x 4-7/8" and is tipped into a card that is 5-3/4" x 7-3/8" when closed. "Painted at Roxbury, N.Y." (likely Burroughs' summer residence, Woodchuck Lodge); the show was held at Gassette's studio in Chicago's Fine Arts Building. In addition to being an artist, Gassette was renowned for her work with wounded soldiers in France during WWI. Fine, with fine, unused, mailing envelope. [#033326] $350
(NY), (George Sully & Co.), 1925. A weekly calendar for 1925: 52 pages, each with a quote by Burroughs, from at least seven different sources. 7" x 9-1/2", printed in green and orange, with green covers ribbon-tied at the top. Lower corner crease to the front cover; near fine. Fragile, attractive, and uncommon. Burroughs had died in 1921. [#033873] $175