n. p. Self-published, 1957. First edition. Hardcover. Stapled soft blue wraps with a gold cord at spine; thin 8vo. Written in 1957, before New Hampshire fiddler and writer Dudley Laufman considered himself a serious poet; envisioned as songs/dances. Limited to 200 copies, which were circulated among Laufman's friends, not sold. This copy was inscribed by Laufman to Arthur Hewitt, a poet/clergyman of Plainfield, Vermont. An added poem at the front in green ink, written by hand. Yapp edges a bit soft, extremities sunned, else a very good copy. Very good -. Item #9059
Laufman according to online sources is a famed New England contra dance caller.