OLDE LOVE AND LAVENDER AND OTHER VERSES. Roy L. McCARDELL.
OLDE LOVE AND LAVENDER AND OTHER VERSES
OLDE LOVE AND LAVENDER AND OTHER VERSES

OLDE LOVE AND LAVENDER AND OTHER VERSES

NY: Godfrey A.S. Wieners, 1900. Printed in Boston by D.B. Updike, The Merrymoun94 pages.t Press. First Edition. Signed presentation from McCardell on the front endpaper, a stanza from his poem “Summer-time on page 22: “To my friend James B. Moore- Not here a breath of carking care/ To spoil the golden weather,/ But only fancies light and fair/ As clouds of fleecy feather. Sincerely Roy L. McCardell. New Rochelle, April 30th, 1905.” Roy Larcom McCardell [1870–1961] was an American journalist, scenarist, humorist and writer. He has been credited as the first person hired by a movie company, in this case American Mutoscope and Biograph Company in 1900, to produce stories. 12mo., white cloth & blue boards, top edge gilt; 94 pages. Item #57207

Good (bit of soil covers, one corner worn; contents clean & tight but several pages were poorly opened which have been repaired with clear, archival tape).

Price: $25.00

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