Pearl Harbor by Robinson Jeffers
This subdued, sorrowful broadside of Robinson Jeffers was done into type and print by Linomarl Marlan Beilke at his Quintessence Printing Museum in 1991 in Amador City, California. It is one of a handful of Jeffers’s broadsides created by Beilke that are still available. In many cases, there is a single copy of the broadsides. These broadsides are suitable for framing. When they are gone, as the saying goes, they are gone.
Marlan Beilke, as recorded in HIS PLACE FOR STORY: ROBINSON JEFFERS: A DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY by Michael Broomfield, published more Jeffers’ pieces than any other publisher.