(Covelo, CA): Yolla Bolly Press, (1987). First edition. Includes 9 previously unpublished poems, 47 previously unpublished letters (of 57 letters total), and eight tipped-in family photographs, 6 of which are published here for the first time. Number VII of 25 Roman-numereled copies SIGNED BY KAFKA & GARTH JEFFERS from a total issue of 30 printed on Umbria handmade paper (the remaining 5 "Press copies" were lettered "U" to "Y"), THIS COPY HEAVILY INSCRIBED AND UNUSUAL THUS by both Robert Kafka, the editor, and Garth Jeffers, Una and Robinson's son, who provides the foreword, to collector Allen K. Mears, "Who I think will be interested in a fragment of a draught - unknown context, unknown audience - which Una jotted down about 25 years after the events chronicled herein .... With cordialest regards on the Jeffers Centennial" (Kafka) and "I'll not even try to match Rob's inscription but my salutations are equally sincere" (Garth). 8vo full English calf (leather) boards with title blindstamping to spine and marbled endpapers; in publisher's buckram cloth-covered slipcase. Fine in original mylar, as issued, and fine slipcase. Also includes Fall 1987 publisher's list, 2 different publisher's prospectuses, publisher's advertisement, 3 Typed Letters Signed by the publishers, Robert & Carolyn Robertson, an Autograph Greeting Card Signed by Garth Jeffers, and copy of 1993 Typed Letter Signed by Kafka clearing up that Una's draft mentioned in his inscription above was actually a quote from Rainer Marie Rilke that must have been a favorite of Una's.