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Crawford, F. Marion. The white sister. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1917. 8vo (19.1 cm, 7.51"). , 335, [11 (adv.)] pp.; 4 plts. $75.00
Photoplay edition of this popular novel — the basis for four different movie adaptations from 1915 to 1960 — about a young Italian noblewoman who, robbed of her inheritance and believing her soldier lover dead, takes vows as a nun before discovering the truth. The text is illustrated with black and white plates from the => Inspiration Pictures film directed by Henry King, and the dust jacket features a striking, sweet-faced depiction of => Lillian Gish in the title role.
Publisher's blue cloth, front cover and spine stamped in dark blue, in original color-printed dust jacket; volume extremities very slightly rubbed, back cover with small scuff, jacket gently sunned with a few short edge tears and inside spine foot reinforced some time ago. Front free endpaper with "Elizabeth" in pencil. Pages faintly age-toned, otherwise clean and fresh. => A nice copy. (37510) Please RESHELVE This.
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