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 Hail! all hail the day, The bright, glorious day, When the banner of Freedom unfurl'd: It was purchased with blood, And the tall standard stood As a beacon of light for the world. Song for the Fourth of July, 1862 Eliza Roxey Snow (1804-1887) Salt Lake City, Utah?, 1862? PS2885 S22 S6 1862Eliza Roxey...

"But surely the book is now everything. It has become in our time what the cathedral with its frescoes and stained glass used to be, what the palaces and museums, where people went to look and learn, used to be. The book has become the...

“There is something moving between us, But we hurtle on in close conjunction for a while.” –from “Eclipse” by Leland KinseyEclipses from Trio Leland Kinsey The Janus Press: VT, 2014 N7433.4 A1 T75 2015From the colophon: “These poems appeared previously in Northern Almanac published by Catamount Arts in St Johnsbury...

“…do not grieve; She cannot fade, though thou has not thy bliss, For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!” — John Keats from Ode on a Grecian UrnIn Memoriam — Kathleen ThompsonKathleen Thompson of Michael R. Thompson Rare Books worked for several Los Angeles antiquarian booksellers,...