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While copies of the trade edition, and the 2010 reprint, can be found online, we could locate no copies of the limited edition for sale or having been sold at auction. We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.Bound in blue buckram, this copy is from the library of Joe Hickey, author of A Guide to Bird Watching, who met Leopold in 1941; took over Leopold's teaching duties in Wisconsin's Department of Game Management upon Leopold's death; and helped to organize the posthumous publication of A Sand County Almanac. An outspoken anti-establishment writer, he committed suicide at the age of 26.Rubbing to boards; offsetting to front pastedown from a 1980 newspaper article laid in (presumably by Hickey) about the historic dates (1852 on) when Wisconsin's lakes close (i.e. This is the uncommon first edition of this title, one of 300 copies printed, although it appears scarcer than that: most of Levy's books were printed in Cleveland, and this one seems to have not survived in the quantities that some of the others, even with smaller limitations, did. A limited edition of an essay from Crossing Open Ground, which was, after this edition, issued in a trade edition by the University of Georgia Press.First issue points: typo page 27 and mismatched ISBN numbers.Slight foxing on top edge, else fine in a price-clipped, else fine dust jacket with very subtle spine fade. A sterling silver medallion, dated Fall 1987, a year before the release of the film Things Change, and with the title and the two principal cities of the film, Chicago and Tahoe, printed on the perimeter.As a result, he was later placed on MI5's watch list, and his activities were monitored by the British domestic intelligence service. Spine slant; initials to rear cover; staining and bookstore (? Few copies of the 1932 edition survived; proof copies are especially uncommon. One of the most sought-after titles in recent American fiction, two long interrelated stories of a family for whom "there was no clear line between religion and fly-fishing." Published by the university press as a favor to a retiring professor, the book became a surprise success, first gaining readership through word of mouth recommendations and eventually necessitating many later printings, illustrated and gift editions.
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Presented by Mamet, with an to a collector: "To ___ - Here is an item I do not think you have - with all best wishes/ David/ 6F95." The medallion is 1-5/8" in diameter, and has two ribbon attachment points on the back (no ribbon present).
The note is on the back of Mamet's business card (which states only "David Mamet"), and it has been curled around the medallion, with retained creases.
Quite frequently she passes out candy to unsuspecting freshman; when she emerges from their rooms they have subscribed to the Rammer Jammer." Check marks in text; board edges worn; very good. The first separate appearance; reprinted from Ecological Monographs, January, 1947.