The Spinners' Book of Fiction

Spinner's Club. (Jack London, George Sterling, Ina Coolbrith, Herman Whitaker, Mary Austin, James Hopper, et al).

Published by Paul Elder (1907), 1907
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Original coarse blue-black and white tweed cloth over boards, title stamped in orange, mounted color illustration to front board, octavo, 367 pages, color frontispiece and 5 full-page plates, including 1 by Maynard Dixon.Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Owner name to front blank leaf, slight rubbing to cover illustration, else fine. Produced as a benefit for Ina Coolbrith, poet, librarian, and literary muse to Jack London. Printed at the Tomoye Press under the direction of John Henry Nash. In BAL "A" binding. BAL 11999. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Spinners' Book of Fiction
Publisher: Paul Elder (1907)
Publication Date: 1907
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Near fine
Edition: First edition.

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Spinner's Club. (Jack London, George Sterling, Ina Coolbrith, Herman Whitaker, Mary Austin, James Hopper, et al).
Published by Paul Elder (1907), San Francisco (1907)
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Book Description Paul Elder (1907), San Francisco, 1907. Hardcover. First edition. Original coarse unbleached linen cloth over boards, title stamped in green, mounted color illustration to front board, octavo, 367 pages, color frontispiece and 5 full-page plates, including 1 by Maynard Dixon.Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Produced as a benefit for Ina Coolbrith, poet, librarian, and literary muse to Jack London. Printed at the Tomoye Press under the direction of John Henry Nash. In BAL "B" binding. BAL 11999. Slight darkening to spine, cover illustration moderately rubbed, 1909 gift inscription to back of frontispiece, else very good. Seller Inventory # 22240

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