A THOMAS HARDY MEMORIAL.
Newton, A. Edward
Concerns Newton's efforts to get a memorial to Hardy erected in England (Fleck B.25). Presentation on free endpaper "Frank Seaman Esq from A. Edward Newton."
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by Goyen, William
Limited, numbered edition of 160. 100, numbered 1-100, for public sale; 60, numbered i-lx, for distribution. Marbled boards made by Daniel Guyot of Seattle specifically for this volume. This copy is No. 1. Signed by the author on the colophon page. Presentation by the author to the publisher. Palaemon Press was owned by Stuart Wright, faculty member of the School of Education Wake Forest University. Dedicated to "Doris" and signed by actress Doris Roberts on dedication page. William Goyen was an American novelist, short story writer and playwright from east Texas. Roberts starred in his plays. Note from the author to the publisher laid in, along with copy of newspaper clipping.