Boston, (MA): Sanctuary Publishing, 1914. 20cm. vii-x, 183 pages 3 portraits (including frontispiece). White cloth spine with purple boards slightly faded on edges. Title/author stamped on white paper labels and laid down on spine and front board. Light blue dust jacket with title and author stamped in black on front cover. Jacket repaired with cello tape along edges, split on rear fold. Three separate works printed in this volume: Hicks wrote two of the pieces, "M. GYDION" and "ROBERT TOOMBS ("Old Marse Bob")." Both pieces lament African Americans being freed. Bachman wrote one titled "VON HUMBOLDT," a sketch of Alexander von Humboldt. Item #63640

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