Four signed prints from woodcuts designed by Barry Moser. 1986 poster of Emily Dickinson, printed by Pennyroyal Press; poster entitled "The Chess Problem;"  broadside "celebrates the tenth anniversary between Harold P. McGrath, Jeffrey P. Dwyer and Barry Moser as the Hampshire Typothefae" and a broadside "Jabberwocky" with creature and a poem.
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Barry Moser was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1940. He is an illustrator, printer, painter, printmaker, designer, author, essayist, and teacher. His work is represented in numerous collections, museums, and libraries in the United States and abroad
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