By David H. Garske
Bisbee, Arizona: 1992. Edition of 65.
3.75 x 2.94" with 56 page miniature. Fabric over boards. The calligraphy on the title page was done by Sandy Suggitt. The book was printed on an HP Laserjet printer in Americana type on Cross Pointe Amethyst paper at Pequeño Press. It was bound at Waterleaf Mill & Bindery by Patrice Baldwin and staff.
This is the "life" story of "Lady Azurite" from her discovery to her final glorious resting place. Inside the eccentric drop-back cover you will find a title page printed on acetate so you can look through to the actual azurite mineral sample mounted inside the book. A circular tunnel going through each page allows you to see the azurite as you read her story.
The week it was finished, the U.S. Post Office issued the lovely Azurite stamp which you will find just inside the front cover.