Push Pin Studios, New York. 1961. Square 8vo (18,5 x 18 cm). Not paginated (16 pages, incl. covers). Stapled. Bottom of spine with tear (c. 15 mm).
”[Paul] Davis developed his influential illustrative style base on primitive German wooden targets. By distressing the wood, he made these look as though they were, in fact, used as real targets. Davis’s version of the Boston Massacre also humorously included the likeness of Chwast, Glaser, Seltzer, and Myrna Mushkin (Davis’s future wife).” The Push Pin Graphic pp.82-83.