No place [Montpelier, Vermont]: No publisher [Driftwind Press], No date [circa 1944]. First Edition, First Printing. Original Wraps. First edition. Oblong brown printed wrappers, 17 x 6.5 cm, sewn at spine. 18 leaves (measuring 15 x 4 cm). Colphon at rear states "50 copies of this crime committed just for the -er- fun of it by the so-called author. Set and printed one page at a time from a small job font of 18-point Cloister Oldstyle on a 3 x 5 press." Mild stains, small tears, a very good copy. Rare. Very Good. Item #302220
¶ Pamphlet, printed by W. Paul Cook when he worked at the Driftwind Press. A humorous poem about rebuilding the jail in Montpelier, Vermont. W. Paul Cook is best known for his association with H.P. Lovecraft, and as the printer of Lovecraft's stillborn first book "The Shunned House"