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The lark.

Related Names: Doxey, William d. 1916., Book producer., Burgess, Gelett 1866-1951, Associated name., Burgess, Gelett 1866-1951., Porter, Bruce 1865-1953.
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco : William Doxey, 1895-1897.
Subjects: Doxey, William, > d. 1916.
American wit and humor > Periodicals.
Note: Editors: May-July 1895, Bruce Porter, Gelett Burgess; Aug. 1895-Apr. 1897, Gelett Burgess.
Partly printed on one side of leaf only.
Bancroft xF850.L16 copy 7: Gelett Burgess' personal copy. Throughout both volumes Burgess has signed his name, appended pencil annotations about various articles, stories or paragraphs, drawn a "Goop," etc.
Bancroft xF850.L16 copy 6: Gelett Burgess' presentation copy to his mother, with a handwritten poem on front endpaper. The volume is disbound and has been wrapped in paper by Burgess and labelled by him.
Bancroft xF850.L16: Presentation copy to Florence Lundberg, signed by Gelett Burgess, with verse in his handwriting
Bancroft xF850.L16 copy 5: From Janet Black collection (v.1 has her signature on inside back cover; v.2 inscribed "To Frank Norris from his friend and admirer, Frank Gelett Norris, 1899", with Frank Norris' signature on fly leaf)
Physical Description: 24 v. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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