Titre : A Berkeley Year: A Sheaf of Nature Essays
Éditeur : Berkeley: Women's Auxiliary of the First Unitarian Church, 1898, first printing of 1st edition.
Date d'édition : 1898
Reliure : Hardcover
Illustrateur : ..
Edition : 1st Edition
Good to VG: solid, straight, unmarked, corners lightly bumped and rubbed, spine tips light wear. Frontispiece is largely split free at gutter, although it does not move. Hardcover in brown cloth with light gilt-ish ornamentation on front, 8 1/8 inches, V, 92 pages; b&w frontispiece photo by Edward Keith, with tissue. 1000 copies, on Strathmore paper, printed at the shop of Stanley-Taylor Company in San Francisco. Chapters on: Making of the Berkeley Hills; They Looked Through the Golden Gate; Lang Syne; Joy of the Morning; . Birds of Berkeley; Walks, ; Trees., On Berkeley Hills [a 4-stanza poem by Keith]; The Love of Life; also a Berkeley Bird and Wild-Flower Calendar by editor. . N° de réf. du libraire 203921
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