THE GENTLE ART OF RESENTING INJURIES: Being some unpublished correspondence addressed to the author of "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies." Frederick Keppel.

THE GENTLE ART OF RESENTING INJURIES: Being some unpublished correspondence addressed to the author of "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies."

New York: Privately Printed, 1904. First Edition. Softcover. (16)pp; printed at The De Vinne Press in sepia ink on unopened leaves of rice paper. The facsimiles of Whistler's letter to Keppel are printed in black ink, followed by a slip printed in sepia, "See Note at back of title-page." Printed card covers; splash mark at foot of front cover. 7.5" x 4.5" Very Good. Item #039628

Inscribed at top of cover: "To N.H. Busey / from his friend / Frederick Keppel." Note on verso title-page: "Printed in a very limited edition, and solely for presentation to a few of the writer's friends." [Norval H. Busey (1845-1928) was a professional photographer with a studio in York, PA, followed by one in Baltimore, travels abroad, and settling in 1900 with a gallery in New York City.].

Price: $200.00

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