Diary of An Apple Tree.
Limited edition; 4to; top edge gilt, others uncut. Number V of 20 specially-bound copies with an additional suite of plates (one hand-coloured) signed by the artist, from an edition limited to 385. Wood-engraved illustrations by Macgregor, bound in brown morocco with inlaid apples in lighter brown morocco across foot of upper cover, by the Fine Bindery, additional plates all signed in pencil and loose as issued in original board folder, together in original cloth drop-back box with morocco label on spine.
Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi: Being the 26th and 27th Chapters of Saint Matthew's Gospel from the Latin Text.
Limited edition; 4to; original cream buckram and dust jacket. Edition of 250 copies, this being number 57. Printed in red and black, wood-engraved title vignette and illustrations by Gill. A fine copy, end papers uncut and unopened dust jacket very slightly soiled and frayed at edges and wear to the extremities.
The Diary of a Land Girl 1939-45.
Edition of 300 copies, 31 illustrations. Small folio. This copy is one of 50 (this being number 9) half bound in Oasis leather, top edge gilt, others uncut. Includes folio of eight further blocks, illustrating the variety of Morgans output. The diary was written between 1939 and 1945 and is an accurate account of what it was like to be a land girl. Almost every day is accounted for. The sheer physical labour is brought home when she describes tasks such as pulling thistles up in a drizzle with an old pair of socks on her hands and the repeated rhythmic naming of the cows she milked. It was only after her death in 1991 that the diary came to light. Fine in fine slip case.