[London]: Westminster: Archibald Constable & Co. Limited, 1900. First edition of the author's first book of verse. Doughty's... Read More about Under Arms
San Francisco: White Rabbit Press, 1967. One of 500 copies. Read More about The Cat and the Blackbird
London: Fulcrum, . First edition, Number 23 of 150 numbered copies on fawn glastonbury antique paper signed by the author. Read More about Derivations. Selected Poems 1950-1956
London: Faber and Faber, (1948). First edition. Read More about On Seeming to Presume
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc, 1971. First American Edition, one of 100 signed by the author for publication in the USA. Read More about The Red Limbo Lingo. A Poetry Notebook
Hartford: Printed by Elisha Babcock, 1785. First Edition. Dedicated to George Washington. Read More about The Conquest of Canäan; A Poem in Eleven Books
Cambridge: Harvard Advocate, Summer 1972. "28" of 50 copies on hand-made Italian wove paper numbered I-L and signed by the poet. "The first stanza of ten to be published in the Summer 1972 issue of the Harvard Advocate." Read More about Broadside "from 'Love Sequence with Variations' ." 4 stanzas
New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, (1956). First edition. Read More about The Cultivation of Christmas Trees
New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, . First American Edition. Designed by Robert Josephy. Allen Tate's Copy. Allen Tate's copy with his signature on the flyleaf. Read More about Collected Poems 1909-1935
New York: Terence & Elsa Holliday, 1932. First edition, one of 1000 copies, no English edition. Read More about John Dryden The Poet The Dramatist The Critic
[London: The Pax House, 1943]. First edition. The Council for the Defense of Church Principles, Pamphlet 7. Read More about Reunion by Destruction. Reflections on a Scheme for Church Union in South India: Addressed to the...
Cambridge, Mass: The Harvard Advocate, 1955. First edition. The Advocate Poets' Series Number One. Read More about Thomas Stearns Eliot, O.M. Presented by The Harvard Advocate. The First Program of the Advocate...
(New York): Station Hill, (1977). First edition. One of 500 copies. Read More about Ranger CXXII & CXXVIII
[Tokyo: Trobar, 1962]. First edition of the Author's first book. First Book. Read More about Mexico & North
Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1772. First edition. With the Preface (pp. iii-x) by William Smith, who was Evans’ his former teacher at the Philadelphia Academy, and the frequently missing Subscribers’ List (pp. xi-xxvi), First and only edition of the poems by the author, who died at the age of..... Read More about Poems on Several Occasions, with Some other Compositions
Northbridge, California: Lord John Press, 1979. One of 350 copies, SIGNED BY ALL CONTRIBUTORS. SIGNED. Read More about Out of the West. Poems by
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1978. First edition thus. No. 8 of 50 numbered copies, specially bound, holograph signture of the author with a holograph poem. ONE OF 50. Read More about The Veritable Years 1949-1966. With an afterword by Albert Gelpi
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1898. Cambridge Edition. From the library of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., decorated naval officer of WWII, and royal of Hollywood's Golden Era, credited in more than 50 films (including the starring role in GUNGA DIN) -- with his bookplate on..... Read More about The Poetic and Dramatic Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson
New York: Sleight and Robinson, 1830. First edition. Read More about Abaddon, The Spirit of Destruction: and Other Poems
New York: The Greystone Press, (1938). Fourth printing. Read More about Such Sweet Compulsion. The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar
New York: Thomas Y Crowell and Company, 1893. First edition of the author’s first book. Fenollosa’s scarce first book, a poetic treatment of what he saw as the coming "synthesis of two continental civilizations … At the end of a great cycle the two halves of the world come together..... Read More about East and West: The Discovery of America and Other Poems
Philadelphia: From the Lorenzo Press of E. Bronson, for I. Riley and Co, 1806. Second American edition, revised, corrected and enlarged. A Poem written in response to the difficulties Fessenden had in building and securing a patent for an invention and as an attack upon the opponenets of Perkinism (named..... Read More about The Modern Philosopher; or Terrible Tractoration! In Four Cantos, Most Repectfully Addressed to...
Newark, NJ: Washington Irving Publishing Co, . First edition. Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf: "For Jane Engelhard / with gratitude and affection from the Author. / God bless you! / Monsignor Wm. Noé Field / Seton Hall University" Read More about Hear My Heart. Introduction by William York Tindall
Boston: William D. Ticknor, 1838. First edition. His first published poetry was included in the Portsmouth Journal in 1837 but he drew more attention when, on September 13, 1838, he delivered his "Anniversary Poem" to the Boston Mercantile Library Association. He joined Ticknor as a junior partner in 1839Field's “Anniversary..... Read More about Anniversary Poem, delivered before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston, September 13,...
London: Grant Richards, . First edition. Read More about Fire and Wine
London: Grant Richards, . First edition. Printed by The Riverside Press Ltd., Edinburgh. AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. Read More about Fire and Wine