[Princeton]: [University Press], . First Edition, Limited to 150 copies of which this is Number 68. Small 8vo.  pp. Frontispiece portrait chosen by Abeel's widow as his most characteristic likeness is after a painting by Edward Steese in 1925, who also selected and edited these poems with the help of Thomas S. Matthews, Charles Robbins Jr., and Peter Oliver. Laid in is an original SIGNED photograph of Abeel and dated June 1924. Includes biographical note, signed in print 'E.S' [probably Edward Steese]. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Minor wear to extremities else a fine copy. Item #19067
In this volume are most of the completeed poems by Neilson Abeel, written when he was an undergraduate at Princeton or in later years and expressive of his character and ideals, now brought together in this volume as a lasting memorial.