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Two broadsides printed by Andrew Hoyem  

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Two broadsides printed by Andrew Hoyem


San Francisco


Various dates


2 broadsides of unknown limitations. Includes:

  • Shakespeare, William. On the Marriage of Two Minds. 44x28 cm (17½x11¼"). Printed on the occasion of the marriage of  poets Toby Joy Murray and Bill Deemer, March 4, 1966. [The Auerhahn Press], 1966.
  • Hoyem, Andrew. Vengeance. 36x21.5 cm (14x8½"). Poem written by Hoyem to protest the Vietnam War, especially for the Vietnam Moratorium on October 15, 1969. Printed by Andrew Hoyem, 1969.

Two broadsides printed by Andrew Hoyem, letterpress printer, publisher, poet, preservationist, and founder and director of Arion Press. The Shakespeare piece is particularly rare, with no copies located at OCLC, and no previous auction records found.

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Light wear; near fine.

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