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1. FIVE CUMMINGTON POEMS 1939, by Samuel French Morse, William Bronk, Jr., Harry Duncan, and Jane Ward. 6 1/8 x 8 1/2; 8 unnumb. pp.; Caslon Linotype; 300 copies (110 for sale) on Hurlbut; wrapper. Printed by The Kraushar Press, Northampton, Massachusetts.1940 2. FROM THIS HILL 1940. Contributions by Margaret Currier, Harry Duncan, Samuel French Morse, and Harriet Anderson. Title-page linoleum cut. 6 3/8 x 9 3/8; 24 unnumb. pp.; Centaur, hand-set; 217 copies (200 for sale); silk screened wrapper. This cooperative first attempt at printing was withdrawn and burned because "the result fell short of the intention."1941 3. INCIDENT ON THE BARK COLUMBIA. Being Letters Received & Sent by Captain McCorkle and the Crew of His Whaler, 1860-1862. Edited with a preface by Helen Halsey. 5 x 6 1/2; 64 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, hand-set; black and blue; 300 copies on Worthy Georgian; natural linen over boards. Bound by The National Library Bindery.4. WHITE CHRISTMAS YARN, a Poem, by Helen Halsey. Wood engravings by Zola Marcus. 5 3/4 x 7 7/8; 14 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus, hand-set; black and green; 100 copies on Worthy Charta; wrapper.5. FROM THIS HILL 1941. Contributions by Jane Ward, Harry Duncan, Milton Klonsky, Barbara Howes, Elaine Gottlieb, Angelo Bruno, and David Newton. Woodcuts by Zola Marcus and Frederick Marantz. Cover design by Ralph Pendleton. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4; 20 unnumb. pp.; Centaur, hand-set; wrapper.6. SONNETS AT CHRISTMAS, by Allen Tate. Drawings by Ralph Pendleton. 5 x 7 1/2; 8 unnumb. pp.; Centaur, hand-set; black, tan, and green; 150 copies (100 numbered copies on Worthy Sterling Laid; 50 lettered copies on Worthy Hand and Arrows); wrapper.7. TEN GOOD OLD POEMS WITH TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT, a portfolio of Samples of Christmas Cards. Includes plain song, excerpts from a Medieval mystery play and from Christ Church Missal, Poems by Clement Paman, Jeremy Taylor, Robert Herrick . . . With drawings, woodcuts, and linoleum cuts by Adolph Conrad, Harry Duncan, Katharine Frazier, Zola Marcus, David Newton, William Salzman . . . 5 x 7 1/2; 1 and 2 leaves; Centaur and Poliphilus, hand-set; various combinations of color with black, green, brown, red, blue, purple, and white; various hand-made papers. Available an special order.1942 8. THE SECOND WORLD, by R. P. Blackmur. Title-page decoration drawn by Eugene Canade. 6 1/8 x 9; 29 pp.; Centaur and Arrighi, hand-set; black, gray, and blue; 300 copies on Worthy Sterling Laid; cloth. Bound by John Marchi. Type set by Katharine Frazier. Printed by Harry Duncan and David Newton.9. NOTES TOWARD A SUPREME FICTION, by Wallace Stevens. Title and sub-title pages set from designs by Alessandro Giampietro. 5 3/4 x 8 5/8; 45 pp.; Centaur, hand-set; black, gray, and yellow; 273 numbered copies (I-LXXX, signed, on Worthy Hand and Arrows; 1-190 on Dutch Charcoal, A-C on Highclere); cloth. Bound by John Marchi. A few unique gift copies bound in leather by Arno Werner for the author. Stevens' personal copy was bound in leather by Gerhard Gerlach.1943 10. PRIMAL SOUND & OTHER PROSE PIECES, by Rainer Maria Rilke. Translated with an introduction by Carl Niemeyer. Illustrated with wood engravings by Paul Wieghardt. 5 7/8 x 9; 48 pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, hand-set; 175 numbered copies on Worthy Aurelian; cloth. Bound by John Marchi.11. AMERICAN DECADE: 68 POEMS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AN ANTHOLOGY, edited by Tom Boggs. 6 1/2 x 9 3/8; 93 pp.; Baskerville Linotype; 475 copies (450 copies, including 50 not for sale, on Andria in cloth; 25 numbered copies on Sterling Laid, especially bound by hand with linen spine and St. Albans decorative side papers). Bound by John Marchi. Designed and published by the Cummington Press. Printed at the Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine.12. THE VIGIL OF VENUS: PERVIGILIUM VENERIS. Latin text with an introduction and English translation by Allen Tate. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4; 28 unnumb. pp.; Centaur, hand-set; black and red; 430 copies (400 numbered copies on Worthy Signature; 30 lettered copies, A-DD, on Worthy Charta); cloth. Bound by John Marchi.13. NOTES TOWARD A SUPREME FICTION, by Wallace Stevens. 5 1/2 x 8 5/8; 45 pp.; Centaur, hand-set; black and yellow; 330 copies on Andria. Boards with cloth spine. Bound by John Marchi. This is a second edition of No. 9, completely reset.14. TIME OF THE YEAR: A FIRST BOOK OF POEMS, by Samuel French Morse. With an introduction by Wallace Stevens. Title-page decoration drawn by Eugene Canade. 5 3/4 x 9; 53 pp.; Centaur and Arrighi, hand-set; black and red; 275 copies on Andria; boards with decorated front cover. Bound by John Marchi.1944 *15. THE BOOK OF JOB, from the King James Bible. Note by Alfred Young Fisher. Wood engravings by Gustav Wolf. 8 1/2 x 10 3/4; 74 pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, set by hand and on the Monotype; black and brown; 300 numbered copies on Worthy Dacian; boards with calf spine and decorative side papers. Bound by John Marchi.16. LAND OF UNLIKENESS, Poems, by Robert Lowell. Introduction by Allen Tate. Title-page woodcut by Gustav Wolf. 5 7/8 x 8 7/8; 42 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, handset; black, red, and blue; 250 copies (26 numbered and signed, on Worthy Dacian; 224 copies on Brooke); boards. Bound by John Marchi.17. THE WEDGE, by William Carlos Williams. Vignette drawn by Wightman Williams. 4 1/4 x 5 3/8; 109 pp.; Centaur and Arrighi, hand-set; 380 copies on Worthy Dacian; boards with paste paper sides, and front cover vignette. Bound by John Marchi. The green on the tide-page vignette was printed from cork board; the red applied by hand.18. THE WINTER SEA, a Book of Poems, by Allen Tate. 5 3/8 x 8; 51 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, hand-set; black and blue; 330 numbered copies (i-xxx, signed, on Dutch Charcoal, in boards each covered with an original Williams' watercolor on paper; 1-300 on Sterling Laid, in cloth with front cover panel printed from a Williams' cut). Bound by Arno Werner. Printing completed in December 1944; published early in 1945.19. A GARLAND OF SNOW FOR CHRISTMAS, by Samuel French Morse. Cover vignette by Wightman Williams. 4 7/8 x 5 7/8; 4 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus, hand-set; black and blue; English rag. Printed for private distribution.1945 20. A PENETENTIAL [sic] PRIMER, Poems, by Katherine Hoskins. 5 1/2 x 8 1/8; 35 unnumb. pp.; Centaur and Arrighi, hand-set; black and red; 330 copies on Worthy Dacian; wrapper with label. Sewed and cased at the Press.*21. ESTHÉTIQUE DU MAL, a Poem, by Wallace Stevens. With 16 pen and ink drawings by Wightman Williams. 6 1/4 x 9 5/8; 21 unnumb. pp.; Centaur and Arrighi, hand-set; black and brown; 340 numbered copies (i-xl, signed, on Van Gelder, with cuts printed in black and handcolored, in boards with leather spine and Williams' hand-decorated paper sides; 1-300 on Pace, with cuts printed in brown, in boards covered with hand-decorated paper.) Bound by Arno Werner. Some of the unsigned copies were in boards covered with green straw paper. See, Letters of Wallace Stevens (New York: Knopf, 1966 ), p. 503 n.22. A BLEAR BALL, by Wightman Williams. With frontispiece and front cover drawings by the author. 5 1/8 x 7 5/8; 21 unnumb. pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, hand-set; 85 numbered and signed copies on Kelmscott Crown and Sceptre; boards. Bound by John Marchi.23. A POEM: CHRISTMAS 1945, by Harry Duncan. Linoleum cut by Wightman Williams. 3 1/2 x 6 3/8; 2 l.; Poliphilus, hand-set; black and red; Sterling Laid. Printed for private distribution.1946 24. THE MEDITATIONS OF DANIEL DEFOE, NOW FIRST PRINTED, discovered and edited by George Harris Healey. 6 5/8 x l0 1/8; ix, 26 pp.; Poliphilus and Blado, hand-set; black and red; 280 copies (250, numbered, on Tuscany in cloth, bound by John Marchi; 30, not for sale, on Worthy Georgian, in wrappers). The first use of the Cummington method of wrappering and tying signatures (rather than sewing them).*25. BLACKBERRY WINTER: A STORY, by Robert Penn Warren. Illustrated with 8 linoleum cuts by Wightman Williams. 5 x 7 3/4; 49 pp.; Poliphilus, hand-set; black, blue, and red; 280 (not 330 as stated in the colophon) numbered copies (i-l, signed, on Kelmscott Crown and Sceptre, in boards with leather spine and hand-decorated paper sides; 1-230 on Arches in cloth). Bound by John Marchi.26. JOURNEY TO THE COASTAL MARSH, a Spenserian Sequence, by James Feibleman. 7 1/8 x 10 5/8; 22 unnumb. pp.; American Uncial, hand-set; black and red; 300 (not 250 as stated in the colophon) numbered copies on Worthy Hand and Arrows; boards covered with Italian paper. Bound by John Marchi. Printed by Victor and Jacob Hammer in Aurora, New York, for the Cummington Press.27. ANNOUNCING FIVE PROSE PIECES . . . of Rainer Maria Rilke. A Prospectus. Colored woodcut by Wightman Williams. 4 1/4 x 5 1/2; 4 unnumb. pp. (French fold); Blado and Poliphilus; hand-set; various imported papers.1947 *28. FIVE PROSE PIECES, by Rainer Maria Rilke. Translated by Carl Niemeyer from Volume Four of Rilke's Gesammelte Werke. With 11 woodcut illustrations by Wightman Williams. 8 1/2 x 11 1/4; 23 pp.; Blado and Poliphilus, hand-set; black and brown; 271 numbered copies (I-VI on Curfew, with an original Williams' drawing tipped in, hand-bound in full calf; vii-xxxvii on Tunbridge, with hand-colored woodcuts, in boards with white pigskin spine and Williams' hand-decorated side papers; 1-203 on Van Gelder Oxhead, in boards with calf spine and marbled paper sides; 204-234 on various papers). Marbled paper, bindings, and tooling by Arno Werner, copies I-VI, vii-xxxvii, 1-203. Copies 204-234 bound at the National Bindery, West Springfield, Massachusetts. This is a second edition o f No. 10, with additional material.29. FIVE PROSE PIECES . . . of Rainer Maria Rilke. Woodcut by Wightman Williams. An Announcement. 7 x 11; 1 p.; Blado and Poliphilus, hand-set; Hamilton. Printed for the Gotham Book Mart.*30. THE GOOD EUROPEAN AND OTHER POEMS, by R. P. Blackmur. 6 1/8 x 9 1/8; 39 pp.; American Uncial, hand-set; 310 numbered copies (I-XL, signed, on Arches, in full linen with leather label; 1-270 on Etruria, in boards with linen spine and Werner paste paper sides). Bound and tooled by Arno Werner.Williams' A.L.S., October 3, 1947, to Arno Werner acknowledges receipt of "two pigskin T.G.E." in slip cases. Presumably these are two of the signed copies, I-XL, above.




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