Chicago: Harriet Monroe, March 1913.
1st edition, original printed paperwraps (as issued). Published as Volume I, Number 6, Ezra Pound contributes an essay "A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste" and F.S. Flint contributes his essay "Imagisme." These two essays combined represent the Imagiste manifesto. "The March 1913 issue of Poetry contained A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste and the essay entitled Imagisme both written by Pound, with the latter being attributed to Flint. The latter contained this succinct statement of the group's position" (Wikipedia). Minimal edgewear to this important early issue, scarce and fine. Item #6483