Fairfield, CT: by the author/Fairfield County Publications, 1954.
Large octavo, 372 pages + 6 page tipped in "supplement". Illustrated throughout. First edition. Perhaps the greatest of ice carving manuals. If you've ever wondered why the naked woman carved from ice is so muscle-y, look no further. Instructions include guidance to leave the arms extra thick to account for melting. The six-page supplement is creased, and there are small stains from the adhesive used with the supplement, otherwise near fine. Inscribed at length by the author on the free front endpaper.