Publisher: San Francisco: William Doxey, (1897).
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: Harlan, At the Sign of the Lark, 38; BAL 19005 (Stoddard).
Condition: Prelims a little foxed; otherwise a fine copy in the original printed (and slightly worn and soiled), dust jacket.
Book ID: 28551
Description8vo, original yellow paper boards with black lettering, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Frontispiece.
CommentsThe second book by Japanese-American poet Yone Noguchi (1875-1947), a short collection of poems, mostly about Yosemite Valley and the surrounding Sierras. Noguchi moved to San Francisco from his native Japan in 1893, "a poor immigrant with little command of English" (Harlan). He was befriended by the San Francisco literati, Porter Garnett, Gelett Burgess, Charles Warren Stoddard and the publisher William Doxey, among them.