[Easthampton]: Pennyroyal Press, 1975. First edition.  leaves, unbound as issued, laid into a chemise housed in a clamshell box. A couple of small minor scuffs to box, contents fine.
One of forty copies printed. Six wood engravings by Anne O’Connor with texts “freely edited from the 1871 edition of Johnson’s Natural History.” With an additional suite of the wood engravings printed on Moriki, as issued. Composition, printing, and wood engravings by Anne O’Connor. This copy signed by O’Connor and inscribed “for Gray,” likely Gray Parrot. Pennyroyal 10. Moser notes, “Annie O’Connor was so precocious at printing, I allowed her to use the Pennyroyal imprint on this handsome little book she did as a senior project at Williston Academy.” O’Connor also composed the text for the Pennyroyal books Eve, Singing and Carnal Lent. Although assigned an OCLC number (4675563), no copies located. Item #2354