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So This Then is the Preachment Entitled CHICAGO TONGUE - Signed
Roycrofters at Their Shop, East Aurora (1901) - 25 pp. plus 2 pp., Blind stamped ooze leather and Yapp edges, cover with gilt title, top edge gilt, lined in brown silk. "Preachment on Slander", Personally inscribed to Miss Graham "in token of her little journey to East Aurora, Oct. 4, 1901. Miss Graham (a journalist in Canada) was the neice of Ernest Crosby, Crosby was an outspoken Tolstoyan reformer and a friend of Hubbard. W. W Denslow Roycroft Seahorse Watermarks. Picture. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
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