Place and Imprint: (San Francisco: Printed by the Grabhorn Press), 1921.
Edition: First edition, privately printed, one of 120 copies signed by Sterling.
Bibliographical References: Mattila A24; BAL 18795; Grabhorn Bibliography 32.
Condition: Boards a little dust-soiled and rubbed at the edges; very good copy of one of Sterling's least common works.
Book ID: 28202
Physical Description4to, original printed gray paper boards, 12 pages.
CommentsA popular poem by San Francisco poet George Sterling (1869-1926), privately printed by the Grabhorn Press for the San Francisco patron-of-the-arts Albert Bender. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Dear Dick, I hope you'll like my dancing girl? Yours ever, George. San Francisco, June 16, 1921."