William J. Long - Signed -1906 - Brier-patch Philosophy, By "peter Rabbit"
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William J. Long - Signed -1906 - Brier-patch Philosophy, By "peter Rabbit" :
WILLIAM J. LONG Brier-Patch Philosophy By "Peter Rabbit" Boston Ginn & Company, The Athenaeum Press, 1906,Illustrated by Charles CopelandIllustrated with color frontispiece, four full page b/w plates andmany marginal vignettesGilt stamped pictorial cloth cover Pictorial dust jacket rare thus with protective cloth demise296 pages Signed and inscribed by Long on inside page: "One man to another: Wm J. Long to M.S. Slocum'O little booke thou art so unconning, / How darst thou put thyself in prees for dred!' (Chaucer)" with Slocum's pencil signature: "M.S. Slocum / Pasadena Calif." Condition: very good William J. Long (1866-1952)was an American writer, naturalist and minister. He lived and worked in Stamford, Connecticut as a minister of the First Congregationalist Church. He spent extended periods of time in the wilderness of Maine and Nova Scotia and wrote about these experiences in his books. Ways of Wood Folk (1899), Wood Folk at School (1903),Brier-Patch Philosophy, by "Peter Rabbit" (1906) to name a few. Please read before buying! George Houle Palm Springs, California 92263 PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 5 DAYS OF PURCHASE Shipping charges may vary depending on weight, size, value, and destination. Multiple purchases may be combined to save on shipping. International packages ship at HIGHER RATES. Please notice we DO NOT ACCEPT PAY PAL. California sales tax applies to California shipments. Please print out this page after your purchase as your LOA or COA. We Guarantee Authenticity Of All Signed Items! We Are Members of ABAA and PADA.