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London, The Fanfrolico Press, 1928, Limited Edition. Hardcover, 4to 11" - 13" tall, 47pp. Hessian boards with stencilled brewer's mark to upper board and printed paper label to spine, boards slightly bowed, some browning to endpapers, internally clean and bright, No.2 of an Edition of 550 copies.
Pearl Binder is best known for her books on life in the East End of London produced in the 1930s and illustrated with her own original lithographs, which are classics of the socialist sentiment of the time. Pearl Binder later became Lady Elwyn-Jones, wife of the Labour Lord Chancellor of England.