SOME CURRENT MOTIVES AND PRACTICES... [caption title]. N.p. [De Land, Florida: Robert H. Barlow], n.d. [1936?]. Large octavo, pp. 1-2 [3-4], mimeographed from typewritten copy on both sides of two unbound sheets of legal paper stock (35.5x21.7 cm). First edition. Lovecraft's open letter dated 4 June 1936 concerning internal controversy in the National Amateur Press Association was probably sent privately to members. The number of copies produced is unknown, but perhaps 50 to 100 were printed. Joshi I-A-10 (see for printing history). Currey, p. 330. Minor creases to several corner tips, small hole at top left corner of second leaf affecting several letters of words on two lines, light fox marks to lower left corners of two leaves, folded (as issued), a very good copy. Rare. Eight extant copies, including this one, are known to us. (#114484).
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