By Robert Smith Surtees, illustrated by John Leech
First book edition of this humorous tale of the romantic (mis)adventures of two generations of the Pringle family, an ambitious clan with a love of hunting — with Leech's beautiful hand-colored plates.
First printing of this collection of vintage Perelman comic pieces, including such classics as "Beat Me, Post-Impressionist Daddy" and "Creepy-Time Gal," all originally published in THE NEW YORKER and THE FUNNY BONE between 1935 and 1943.
By Charles Erskine Scott Wood, illustrated by Art Young, foreword by Floyd Dell
WWII-era printing of these leftist and anti-world-war satirical dialogues, with notable attacks on Anthony Comstock, Prohibition, evangelist Billy Sunday, and imperialism and censorship in all their guises.
First printing of these Lear-esque nonsense limericks incongruously paired with woodcuts from Dodd's Specimens of Early Early Wood Engraving, much in the manner of contemporary internet memes beloved by the very online medievalists of our times.