The Maxims of Noah: Derived from His Experience with Women Both Before and After the Flood As Given in Counsel to His Son Japhet.
London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1914. Reprint of April 1914. First published 1913. [viii]+119 pp. Cloth backed-boards with pictorial onlays. Illustrated lithographically in red and black throughout. Edges rubbed, upper fore-edge and lower board darkened else a good clean copy. Author of "The Maxims of Methuselah", "Are You a Bromide" and after a trip to Paris, the article "The Wild Men of Paris" on the Cubists. At the time he was considered a humourist. The illustrator Louis D Fancher, as well as a book and magazine illustrator, was knownfor his WWI propaganda posters, and inter-war advertising graphics.
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