Walden Pool Vol. I, No. 4. Words That Dare to Break the Silence
Atlanta: Atlanta Walden Two Committee, 1966. First edition. 4to, 14 pp. including covers, mimeographed from typescript and holograph and stapled once at the upper left hand corner. With holograph correction in ink to cover, adjusting the number from the printed "3" to "4," likely as issued.
A very early issue of the periodical issued by the Walden Two Commune, which was previously called Southeastern Walden Pool for the first two issues, and eventually became the better known Leaves of Twin Oaks periodical. Includes a poem by Sir William Dampier, a travel report by S. C. Destephano, which includes accounts of visiting Koinonia and the attacks on the community, the Agora coffeeshop in St. Louise, and the New Harmony, Indiana site of the Rappites community. Also, a page on Skinner's Baby Box and their availability and an article on Bellamy's Looking Backward.
Early issues such as this are scarce. OCLC locates holdings only at 2 locations.
Near fine with some minor creasing and toning. Item #30596