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    Three William Everson related items, including: Experimental Review, Number Two, November 1940. [N.p.: n.p.], 1940. Octavo. 88 pages. Illustrated wrappers. Toned covers well worn and slightly soiled with rubbing to edges and abraded spine with tears and some loss. Pages lightly toned. Generally very good. [and:] Imprint: Oregon, Vol. 5 Fall-Spring 1978-1979, No 1-2. University of Oregon Library, 1978. Octavo. 44 pages. Stapled wrappers. Covers lightly rubbed and toned. Slight bumping. Otherwise, near fine. [and:] On Hand Printing: 2 Letters from William Everson. LIMITED/COMPLIMENTARY COPY. Berkeley: Anacapa Books, 1980. Octavo. Sewn wrappers. 70 of 300 printed. Complimentary slip laid- in. With original mailing envelope. Near fine.

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