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Hearn and His Biographers: The Record of a Literary Controversy

Lewis, Oscar

Published by Westgate Press, 1930, 1930
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Together with a group of letters from Lafcadio Hearn to Joseph Tunison, now first published. San Francisco: The Westgate Press, 1930. Octavo, cloth-backed decorative boards. Hand-colored frontispiece and decorative, initials by Valenti Angelo. 111 pages, handset in Garamond type. Limited to 350 copies. Magee #133. BAL 8015. Intermittent marginal soil, else fine. This copy signed by Robert Grabhorn, Ed Grabhorn, and Oscar Lewis. The Westgate Press was conceived by Oscar Lewis and Robert Grabhorn with the idea of issuing a series of limited editions of contemporary authors, to be printed at the Grabhorn Press but issued under another imprint. It died after the publication of eight titles in 1931, mostly due to the economic depression then in full force. Bookseller Inventory # 891

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Title: Hearn and His Biographers: The Record of a ...

Publisher: Westgate Press, 1930

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Hardcover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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