Sydney, The Beacon Press, 1930.
Octavo, 71 pages with 5 original woodcuts by L. Roy Davies mounted in the book (see below).
Quarter cloth and papered boards with a decorated paper title-label mounted on the front cover; all edges uncut; spine a little sunned; sides lightly marked and bumped at the extremities, front cover slightly bowed; a very good copy (internally fine).
Number 125 of an edition of only 150 copies, signed in ink by the author. Muriel Danvers Power (1876-1951) also published verse under the name Muriel Faucett Power; the two-page foreword to this work is her 'Folk Art' manifesto. The frontispiece is a large woodcut ('The Pioneer', 158 × 105 mm) captioned and signed in pencil by L. Roy Davies. A small unsigned woodcut (57 × 57 mm) by Davies is mounted on each of the four sectional title pages (Early Verse; Later Verse; Free Verse; and Sacred Verse).