Very Good. Item #7123
New York: The Dial Publishing Company, Inc., 1921. First edition. Octavo (10" x 6"); 728 pp. Original pale pink printed wrappers. Black and white illustrations. Edges rubbed and worn. Chip to top edge of spine with a small closed tear that wraps around to the front cover, text is unaffected. Binding sound. Pages clean and unmarked.
This issue marks the first time O'Keeffe's work appeared in reproduction, according to the "notes on contributors" portion at the front of the volume. This publication followed two exhibitions at the famous 291 gallery in New York, one in 1916 and the other in 1917, owned by her future husband Alfred Stieglitz.