Various places: Various publishers, 1927-1935. Six items, each one signed by Alberts, "From the Jeffers Collection of Sydney S. Alberts." 1) REVUE ANGLO AMERICAINE. Aout [August] 1927, Vol. 6. Univ. of France, Paris. Charles Cestre review of "Roan Stallion (TAMAR sic) and other Poems" (B&L 1925) page signatures are numbered, partially uncut. 2) WESTERN AMERICANA: A Catalogue, Fall 1931 (MCMXXXI), No. 24. Paul Elder and Co., San Francisco, Ca. A rare book and first edition catalogue, uses Jeffers' "George Sterling" poem as head of Sterling offerings. Not first appearance but unique. 3) WESTWARD MAGAZINE. August 1933, Vol. III, No. 1. San Francisco, Ca. Excerpts of Jeffers' poetry used on bottom of many pages. Photo of Sara Bard Field. Very good. 4) THE BOOKMAN (magazine). March 1933, Vol. LXXVI, Number 3. Caricature of Jeffers by A. E. Fisher. 5) ROBINSON JEFFERS -- AN EXHIBITION COMMEMORATING THE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS GRADUATION FROM OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. April 1935, Occidental College. Printed by Ward Ritchie. Woodcut engravings by Paul Landacre. One of 200 copies, introduction by Jeffers. Facsimile letter of Jeffers. Signed by Jake Zeitlin under his poem "Robinson Jeffers." Founder's Day program. Jeffers bibliography. 6) FIFTY POETS. Edited by William Rose Benet. Duffield and Green, NY, 1933. First edition. One of 1,475. Contributions by Jeffers ("To the Stone-Cutters"), Frost, Sandburg, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, H.D., Marianne Moore, et al. Fifty poets select their favorite poem and comment on its creation. Boards unevenly faded otherwise would be very good in near fine dust jacket.