3 edition of A little book of Tribune verse found in the catalog.
Of this large paper edition, only seven hundred and fifty copies have been issued, of which this is number 2.
|Statement||Tandy, Wheeler & co.|
|Publishers||Tandy, Wheeler & co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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These poems appeared at intervals from Au gust, 1881, to August, 1883, in the columns of The Denver Tribune, of which paper Field was then associate editor. The hinges are slightly cracked, but holding. A number of these verses were copied into other journals, and so attained a wider circula tion.
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, paper-covered boards, gilt, t.
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