Publisher: Cambridge: The Riverside Press (for Houghton Mifflin), 1902.
Edition: First edition, one of 500 numbered copies; this one is unnumbered and is designated "Publisher's Copy. / Not to be sold."
Bibliographical References: BAL 18026.
Condition: Fine copy in the original plain brown dust jacket and brown slipcase which also states on the printed label "Publisher's Copy." The slipcase is somewhat darkened, particularly at the edges and spine, but completely sound and intact; the dust jacket is browned at the spine and split in the middle, but intact. Not a scarce book, but the ideal copy.
Book ID: 28659
Description8vo, original brown quarter buckram, brown paper boards, printed paper, untrimmed. Frontis portrait.
CommentsThe first collected edition of the poetry of Edward Rowland Sill (1841-1887), a fine production by the Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin, designed by Bruce Rogers. Sill was a popular poet in his time and greatly respected as an educator and teacher.