San Francisco: Grabhorn-Hoyem, 1971.
One of 275 copies signed by Allen Ginsberg on the title page. Also signed by Arion Press founder Andrew Hoyem on colophon at rear. [iv], 43,  pp. Original decorative tan linen, with wrap-around artwork in nine colors, edges untrimmed. First edition thus, revised with a new introduction. Fine. A beautiful production of the poem that defined a generation, printed by Robert Grabhorn and Hoyem on hand-made paper, and bound in cloth with a drawing by Robert La Vigne. Comprises the original text as it was published in 1956 with minute revisions by the author and the addition of a related poetic fragment, "The Names," written in 1957, and first published in the Paris Review, Spring 1966; here collected with "Howl" for the first time. Item #140939510