The Wonderful Adventures of Paul Bunyan - Louis Untermeyer [retold by], Everett Gee Jackson (illustrator) 1945 - The Limited Editions Club, New York - First Edition Illustrated by Jackson. Number 736 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator The character of Paul Bunyan originated in folk tales circulated among lumberjacks in the Northeastern United States of America and eastern Canada, first appearing in print in a story published by Northern Michigan journalist James MacGillivray in 1906. A larger-than-life folk hero who embodies frontier vitality. He is a symbol of might, the willingness to work hard, and the resolve to overcome all obstacles.

This limited edition is wonderfully Illustrated with full page colour plates by Everett Gee Jackson, and housed in original slipcase and chemise.
  Printed at the Aldus Printers with typographic design by Richard Ellis.

pp. [8] 131 [5]. In publisher’s chemise and slipcase.
  Condition: Fine in near fine chemise and very goof slipcase with rubbing to edges.   Ref: 104576   Price: HK$ 1,100