|First trade printing. 4 copies, all with dust jacket.|
*Copy 1 is inscribed by Frost to George F. Whicher, Class of 1910, dated 1947.
*Copy 2 is inscribed by Frost to Louis Ehrlich, Class of 1924, “in special appeal,” with the full text of “On making certain anything has happened.”
*Copy 3 is inscribed by Frost to Jack Hagstrom, Class of 1955, with the last line of “Riders”; accompanied by an advertising flyer with a photo of Frost and the title “Robert Frost: Dean of American poets”; this copy has no bookstore name on the order form on p.  (removed and placed in file; call no. “File RFA 47 1947 ads”).
*Copy 4 was presented by E. Porter Dickinson.
|First printing, limited issue of 751 signed and numbered copies. 2 copies, both in original slip-case.|
*Copy 1 is no. 524, retaining also the original glassine dust jacket; from the books of Jack Hagstrom, Class of 1955.
*Copy 2 has the number “752” lined out and replaced by “Printer’s copy”; inscribed by the printer, Joseph Blumenthal (signing himself “Joe Spiral”) for Newton F. McKeon, September 1982.
|Second trade printing. 1 copy.|
*Copy 1. Inscribed by Frost to Jack Hagstrom, Class of 1955; accompanied by the same advertising flyer as copy 3 of the first trade printing, above, but with the name and address of the Gotham Book Mart on the order form on p.  (removed and placed in file; call no. “File RFA 47 1947 ads”).