(RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. WHERE THE BLUE BEGINS by Christopher Morley. London & NY: William Heinemann & Doubleday Page (1922) . The British edition has no printed date in it and the 1922 date printed on the copyright page of the American edition refers to the original printing which was published without any illustrations. 4to (8 1/4 x 11 1/4"), cloth spine, patterned metallic paper boards, 227p. This is a FINE copy in the publisher's slip case (repaired and with wear) with a pictorial limitation label that has the number inked on it that matches the number on the limitation page. LIMITED TO ONLY 100 NUMBERED COPIES (FOR AMERICA) SIGNED BY RACKHAM AND MORLEY (the British edition is signed by Rackham only). The characters in the story are all humanized dogs, starring Gissing and his Japanese Butler, a pug named Fuji. Illustrated with 4 beautiful and unusual color plates plus 16 fanciful line drawings in addition to a pictorial title page and pictorial endpapers. Riall p.154, Latimore & Haskell p.60. Scarce, especially in the original slip case.