The One Fair Woman - finely bound and with tipped in letter from Miller. Joaquin Miller.
The One Fair Woman - finely bound and with tipped in letter from Miller
The One Fair Woman - finely bound and with tipped in letter from Miller
The One Fair Woman - finely bound and with tipped in letter from Miller

The One Fair Woman - finely bound and with tipped in letter from Miller

New York: Carleton, 1876. First printing. Hardcover. 8vo, half early 20th century deep green morocco and paler green cloth boards, very good, light rubbing along joints and to corners, with short note by Miller tipped in, dated 1917 and it appears written to an editor or publisher about the title of something, where Miller is seeking a "less impressive name" and suggests Lose Lights or [can't read this]. Not much from Miller was published in 1917 that was original, although 1917 did see some collections of his poetry published, including "Songs of the Sunland." Someone more familiar with Miller's handwriting might be able to decipher the letter but not us. The novel is set in Italy. Very Good. Item #H16302

Price: $150.00

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