Muscatine: Prairie Press, 1943. paperback. 3rd edition. One of 700 copies. Wraps. Fine condition. Cheever 52.
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Iowa City: Prairie Press, 1967. 1st. Hardcover. One of 400 copies. Cloth, dust jacket. Fine. Cheever 160.
Muscatine: Prairie Press, 1943. 1st. Paperback. One of 720 copies printed on yellow Emissary Text. Wraps. Fine condition. Cheever 50.
Mt. Horeb: Perishable Press, . One of 142 copies. Bound in the publisher's original light grey wraps. Uncut.
New York: Stonehouse Press, 1985. John DePol. Paperback. Chapbook Number One. One of 135 numbered copies signed by the author, bound in the publishers original wraps. Illustrated with 3 wood engravings by John De Pol.
n.p. n.p., 1976. This is one of 26 lettered copies signed by the author. Three hundred numbered copies printed. Sheet measures 8.5 x 11 inches (21.5 x 28 cm).
Port Townsend: Graywolf, . paperback. One of 165 copies sewn by hand into Strathmore Rhododendron wrappers from a total edition of 225. The typeface is Palatino and the paper is Curtis rag.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Torch Press, 1936. paperback. Bound in publisher's original stapled wrappers stamped in black with yap edges. Previous owner's name in pencil on the front cover. Wear to the extremities.
[Fairfax]: Book Club of California, 1977. Valenti Angelo. One of 400 copies signed by the illustrator Valenti Angelo. With an essay by Theodore H. Hittell and a prefatory note by Oscar Lewis. Publication 155 of the Book Club of California. Bound in publisher's original green paper boards with the title...
Mancelona: Deep Woods Press, 2000. 1st. Paperback. Written and illustrated by Cara B. Hochalter. "The inspired work of Cara B. Hochalter who is responsible for the words and linoleum cuts within." Letterpress printed individual sheets wrapped in a Laroque Mouchette portfolio with Fabriano Roma title pieces. One of 200 portfolios...
Cleveland: Rowfant Club, 1967. 1st. One of 199 copies printed at the Prairie Press, this copy out of series. Bound in linen with green dust jacket. Illustrated end papers. Fine. Cheever 157.
Muscatine: Prairie Press, 1940. 1st. Hardcover. One of 250 copies bound in cloth. Fine condition. Cheever 33.
Norwalk: Abattoir Editions, 1978. Hardcover. One of 271 numbered copies. Bound in full black cloth. Fine condition.
Browerville, MN: Ox Head Press, 1990. One of 25 bound by Campbell-Logan in black cloth with a white paper label stamped in black and pasted onto the front cover then numbered and signed by the author. Book measures 3.5 by 2.5 inches (8.9 by 6.4 cm).
Marshall, MN: Ox Head Press, 1985. Paperback. One of 250 copies. This copy is signed by the author on the title page.
A poem illustrated by Gaylord Schanilec and printed at Midnight Paper Sales. Number Five of the Midnight Ruminator series unfortunately completed after the store went out of business. One of 110 numbered copies signed by the author. Sheet measures 11 x 15 inches (28 x 38.2 cm).
Columbia: Sutton Hoo Press, 1993. Printed in two colors in the original Latin in American Uncial. Sheet measures 9.75 x 12.75 inches (24.7 x 32.4 cm).
Omaha: Cummington Press, 1976. Hardcover. One of 260 numbered copies signed by the author. Bound in full greyish white cloth with white paper label. Mint condition.
Omaha: Cummington Press, 1990. Hardcover. With plates photoengraved from photomontages by Harry Littell. One of 243 numbered copies bound in Japanese cloth by Campbell-Logan Bindery with a paper spine label. Endpapers cut from stock handmade by Walter Hamady. As new.
East Aurora, NY: Roycrofters, 1907. Hardcover. Designed by Dard Hunter. Bound in publisher's original limp grey suede with yap edges and with the front cover stamped in blind. Photogravure frontispiece portraits of Alice and Elbert Hubbard. Top edge gilt. Silk moire endpapers on front and rear pastedown endpapers. Uncut. Mckenna 154.
Greenbrae: Allen Press, 1984. Hardcover. One of 140 copies designed by Lewis and Dorothy Allen. 14 folio sheets folded in half to form 28 leaves. 49,  pp. printed in orange, black, blue and green. Each page of the text is head by passages written in ancient characters: JONAH in...
Iowa City: Prairie Press, 1956. 1st. Paperback. One of a few copies bound in hand-made paper from an edition limited to 400 copies designed and hand-printed by Carroll Coleman. Includes an original leaf from "Lectura super quinque libros Decretalium" printed by Amerbach in the years 1487-1488. Bound in yellow Rives...
Cherryburn Press, 1981. Hardcover.
n. p. Sutton Hoo Press, 1991. Nadja Brown. One of one hundred copies printed on Rives Light from Spectrum types. Illustrated by Nadja Brown. Sheet measures 14.75 x 8 inches (37.7 x 20.3 cm).
Palaemon Press, 1981. Paperback. (Palaemon Press). Jarrell, Randall. ABOUT POPULAR CULTURE. N.p., Palaemon Press, 1981. One of 175 numbered copies of an address delivered at the National Book Award ceremonies, 11 March 1958. Bound in brown marbled wraps.