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    Robert Frost. Three Booklets in Wrappers, including: Robert Frost Issue of The New Hampshire Troubadour - November, 1946 - Volume XVI, Number 8. Concord, New Hampshire: [Rumford Press.] 1946. First edition. Twelvemo. 31 pages. Illustrated with photographs, including a portrait of Frost in Dartmouth College's Baker Library by David Pierce; also, one woodcut by J. J. Lankes. Stapled wraps. Fine condition. This issue of an all-things-New Hampshire glossy magazine is devoted entirely to Robert Frost, guest-edited by Herbert F. West. Appearing in this little magazine are three Frost poems, including the heretofore unpublished "Our Getaway." Also included are essays by West, Stearns Morse, Ernest Poole, Sylvia Clark, Sidney Cox, Donald Bartlett, and David Lambuth. A rarely-encountered item, not cited in Crane. [and:] "Does No One But Me At All Ever Feel This Way in the Least" - Frost's Personal 1952 "Christmas Card." [New York: The Spiral Press, 1952.] First edition, this copy being one of Frost's 495 specially-printed personal "Christmas Cards." Twelvemo. Unpaginated (four printed pages). Drawings by Howard Cook. Stapled wrappers. Fine condition. This copy comes with Frost's apologia laid in; printed on a small card is this message from the author: "This Christmas poem, though not isolationist, is so dangerously near isolationist, it was thought better to send it out for Independence Day instead of Christmas." Appearing at the bottom of the card in Frost's hand is "R. F. July, 4 '53." [Crane B24] [and:] The Lone Striker. New York: Alfred A. Knopf [1933]. First edition of 2,000 copies (per Crane). Small octavo. Three printed pages. Stitched wrappers. One crease to preliminary blank page; otherwise, this is a fine copy in original envelope. Number 8 of the Borzoi Chap Books. Designed by and cover art by W. A. Dwiggins. Printed at the Plimpton Press. [Crane A17]

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