Cummings, E. E. Tulips and Chimneys. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1924. Second printing, March 1924. [1-8 unpaginated; 9-125 numbered, verso of p. 125 blank] 21 cm x 15.5 cm. Bound in green linen cloth, with a paper label on the spine, now sunned. Bookseller’s tag of Brentano’s Booksellers and Stationers on the back cover pastedown. The following pages are unopened: 21-24; 37-40; 41-44; 53-56; 69-72; 85-88; 89-92; 101-104; 105-[107, 108 not numbered]; 117-120. Slight chip at the top of the spine, otherwise still a tight, securely sewn copy.
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