Lot 75 of 565:
Jim Carroll A Window in Cherry Valley signed  

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$500 - $800

Title:
Cheered and Greeted [and] A Window in Cherry Valley
Author:
Carroll, Jim and Lewis MacAdams, Jr.
Place:
[New York]
Publisher:
[Adventures in Poetry]
Date:
[1973]
Description:

Cover illustration by George Schneeman. 28x22 cm (11x8½") three mimeographed pages stapled together at the top left corner. 

Signed by MacAdams and Carroll on the cover in blue pen, along with the date (not a typo): "Dec. 12 1899." This mimeographed pamphlet contains "A Window in Cherry Valley" by Jim Carroll and "Cheered and Greeted" by Lewis MacAdams. It was printed to promote a reading at the Poetry Project in New York. Very scarce piece of ephemera, especially signed. 

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Condition:
Cover sheet with some toning, spotting at left edge; very good.
 
Item number:
303188a
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