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Connor, Ralph. Glengarry school days: a story of early days in Glengarry. Chicago: Fleming H. Revell & Co., 1902. 12mo (18.6 cm, 7.375"). , 13–340 pp.; 3 plts. $20.00
First U.S. edition. From the prolific Canadian novelist Ralph Connor — otherwise a prominent Presbyterian and later United leader, the Rev. Dr. Charles William Gordon — come these tales of days in a rural Ontario schoolhouse, illustrated with => three halftone plates by American painter Edgar Samuel Paxson.
Binding: Publisher's green cloth with white lettering to front board and spine, front cover with dark green and white scene of a log cabin in the woods. Unsigned (and notably fine).
Provenance: On front free endpaper, signature of Frank U. Burden, "Christmas, 1902."
Not in Minsky. Bound as above; mild rubbing to edges and spine-head, wrinkle to cloth at top outside corner of front board. Light offsetting from something once laid in to inner margins of two facing pages. => A charming binding, a clean handsome book. (37533) Please RESHELVE This.
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