Woman: Why Man Cannot Live without Her—Or with Her. A Tribute from the Sanskrit. Boston: The Littlebook Press, 1914. Cover illustration, title page, illustrated initial letter, some large calligraphic lettering, and the imprint of the "Littlebook Press" all designed by W.A. Dwiggins. Paper-covered boards. Measures approx. 5" x 6.75". Some rubbing to edges and small white spots to boards.
"The first professionally drawn archer by Dwiggins appears as the imprint of The Littlebook Press at the end of Woman: Why Man Cannot Live without Her—Or with Her (Boston: The Littlebook Press, 1914). The book’s text, ostensibly 'from the Sanskrit,”-' was probably written by Brad Stephens (1878–1964), creator of The Littlebook Press, an imprint that apparently existed solely to publish his holiday projects. Stephens is credited with having done the typesetting for the book and the printing was carried out by The Heintzemann Press. Along with the imprint Dwiggins designed the cover, title page, some calligraphy, and an illustrated initial letter for Woman. TSTL means 'The Sky is the Limit'" (Paul Shaw Letter Design).
Three holdings noted in OCLC.