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    Edna St. Vincent Millay. Renascence. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1917. First edition, Japan Vellum issue, limited to fifteen copies, of which this is number fourteen, printed on Japanese vellum; presentation copy, inscribed by the author to Porter Hartwell Adams on the limitation page. Octavo (7.625 x 5.125 inches; 195 x 130 mm.). [4, blank], [vi], 73, [1, limitation], [4, blank] pages. Publisher's vellum, spine and front board lettered in gilt; page edges untrimmed. Binding somewhat soiled; backstrip tanned; corners softly bumped. Faint discoloration to front hinge; Adams's bookplate on the front free endpaper. Very good. Yost 3. The author's first book; an uncommon poetry high spot.

    More Information: Porter Hartwell Adams served as President of Norwich University from 1934 to 1939.

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