Hard Cover, Boston: Sherman French & Co., 1914. Second Edition. Very Good with no dust jacket.
A sound, tight copy, in a green cloth binding with red design and gold lettering; foxing to last page of text, o/w text appears clean, slightly tanned, and unmarked; cloth over boards shows light to moderate rubbing at corners and spine ends, light rubbing to rear outer extremity, and a small abrasion to front outer extremity; small chip to outer edge of front free endpaper; previous owner's name written and stamped on front free endpaper and both pastedowns. Illustrated. ; From the foreword: "This tale was woven from threads of thought given me by a child as he stood before the monument erected to the memory of Dennis Cahill, the hero who leaped into the canal at Augusta, Georgia, hoping to save the life of a babe who had fallen into its turbid waters."; 9.5" tall; 90 pages.
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