Harmony, Mn. 1907. 46pp. 12mo. Original green printed wrappers. Minor fading, small ink stamp on rear cover and inside of front cover. Internally clean. Very good plus. Item #2178
"The reason why I undertook / To write this little book, / Is, because I've found so many / unpleasant things sealed / That must be revealed." The author goes on to castigate the government, politicians, and evil-doers in general with poems such as "If Our Political Cranks Were Out of Date," Attorney's at Law," "Tax Dodgers," "The Present Generation," and "Satan's Errand Boy." The town of Harmony had a population of about 500 people at the turn of the century, making this a particularly obscure imprint. We locate only an internet record in OCLC.