This is a very good hardcover. 1908 Houghton Mifflin Publishing. This copy is very clean inside. Pages are exceptionally clean and free of markings. Only one spot of foxing inside between second and third blank pages. Rest of pages crisp and clean, exceptional for age. The binding is tight and straight. Red cloth hardcover boards with golf accents and lettering. The hardcover boards are very good with only light shelf wear at corners. Only light fading to red hardcover boards backside. Medium octavo size, 8vo 6"x9" and 124 pages.
Marjorie Daw is one of Thomas Bailey Aldrich's short stories first published in 1896. It is beautifully illustrated by John Cecil Clay, an American illustrator who is best known for his work in Life magazine. Written as a series of letters between two friends, it tells of Jack who broke his leg and cannot get around in the fine summer weather and his friend Ed who starts writing letters to him telling of a beautiful and kind woman named Marjorie Daw. Jack becomes quite smitten imagining the beautiful Marjorie. As the letters progress we find some revelations about Marjorie from Ed.
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