Wouldn’t It Be Murder?; | A talk presented to the Lewis Carroll Society of North America at its first meeting in Canada, on May 12, 1990 | With Wood Engravings and an Epilogue by George A. Walker. Joseph A. BRABANT.
Wouldn’t It Be Murder?; | A talk presented to the Lewis Carroll Society of North America at its first meeting in Canada, on May 12, 1990 | With Wood Engravings and an Epilogue by George A. Walker.

Wouldn’t It Be Murder?; | A talk presented to the Lewis Carroll Society of North America at its first meeting in Canada, on May 12, 1990 | With Wood Engravings and an Epilogue by George A. Walker.

Toronto: The Cheshire Cat Press [typeset and printed at the Poole Hall Press, Grimsby], 1999. Toronto: The Cheshire Cat Press [typeset and printed at the Poole Hall Press, Grimsby], 1999. Tall octavo, 26 x 18.5 cm. Pamphlet-stitched into stiff card stock, sewn-not-to-show, with folded cream paper covers, and printed title to the upper cover; speckled cream endpapers. pp. [5], 2-14, [2]. A fine copy. The text was set in Goudy Old Style roman, and its accompanying italic, with Goudy Open used for display; printed on Noranda Forest Recycled Antique paper. Illustrated with four wood engravings by George Walker, printed in various colours from the blocks. One of 177 unnumbered copies. Inscribed in pencil by Bill Poole to Hugh Barclay on the front free endpaper: ‘for Verla + Hugh | with many happy wishes | from Margaret + Bill | Christmas 1999’. Item #177

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