Oakland, California: The Rather Press, 1971. 1st printing. Limited to 80 cc. 47, [1 (blank)] pp. Printed with Cloister Bold type on "expensive left-overs from past projects." Doggie ornaments courtesy of Dan Solo. 8vo. 8-3/4" x 6-5/8". Steel blue cloth spine over "special colored papers of various origin, specially selected to appeal to those recipients who have special interests." This particular copy sports a color-printed Playboy cartoon [or so we think, the rear cartoon signed "Dink Siegel"]. Printed buff paper dust jacket. A bit cocked. DJ offset to eps. Mull shows between a couple gatherings. A VG copy in a VG jacket, which shows some staining at the spine panel base & a chip from front panel lower edge. Item #41352
Ruminations on all matter of subjects, including printing & Vietnam, by a rather prolific small press from Oakland, California. NB. Dawson's acted as sales agent for their previous production, "Women as Printers".
PS. Thank Herb Caen for the title; read the book to find out why.
Rare in the trade.