THE PEDESTRIAN. [Glendale, California: Roy A. Squires, 1964.]. Octavo, drawing by Joe Mugnaini, printed wrappers, sewn. First separate edition. Limited to 280 copies. This copy is signed by Bradbury on the colophon page (most copies were not signed). Short story first published in REPORTER, 7 August 1951, and first collected in THE GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN (1953). One brisk November night, the city's only police car (an unmanned robot vehicle) encounters the city's only pedestrian, walking "just to walk," as he has done for years. A fine copy. (#156418).
No statement of printing on copyright page. "Two hundred eighty copies of this / edition of THE PEDESTRIAN have been / hand-printed by Roy A. Squires..." on colophon page.