Wobber, Don. Number, A Magazine of Modern Poetry Vol. I, No. 1
San Francisco: By the editor, . First issue. A fine copy
12mo; stapled, printed blue wrappers; includes writing by: Rosalie Moore, Nanying S. Wong, Elva Williams, Alice Paula, William Lutz, Betty Turnoy, Emily White, Suzanne Sullivan, Karim Amirikosrovi, Tekla Perry, Martha Heyneman, Mary Greenfield, Jeanne McGahey, Helen Scales.
From Joseph Henry Jackson's review in the San Francisco Chronicle: ". . . A more serious kind of poetry is what interests the publisher of a new magazine of which Volume I, Number 1" is on my desk. (Who was it said that the saddest words in the language were "Volume I, Number 1"?). It's called Number . . . and since it's editor, Don Wobber, seems to exercise exceptionally good judgment in his selections, perhaps this is one periodical that will prove the saying wrong. I particularly liked his brief preface to the new venture in which there was none of the arty jargon you find in so many "modern" little magazines.".