Item Details

Walled Towns

by Ralph Adams Cram .
Format
Book; Online
Published
Boston : Marshall Jones Company, 1920.
Language
English
Description
[4], 105 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes
"First printing September 1919. Second printing, February, 1920."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: PS3523 .I58 Z99 .C79 W3 1920: Original purple boards with printed title labels on front and spine; dust jacket. A long letter from Vachel Lindsay, dated Sept. 14, 1927, to W.D. Vincent concerning Lindsay's reception in Spokane Washington, is written on all preliminary leaves and on all blank spaces at the end of the text. Spokane is portrayed by Lindsay as a "walled town" which has "walled" him out on the mistaken belief that he was a "R.E.D." Bookplate of W.D. Vincent. Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Vachel Lindsay Collection. Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2013/2014.
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