All That Was Possible, Being the Record of a Summer in the Life of Mrs. Sibyl Crofts, Comedian. Howard Overing Sturgis.
All That Was Possible, Being the Record of a Summer in the Life of Mrs. Sibyl Crofts, Comedian

All That Was Possible, Being the Record of a Summer in the Life of Mrs. Sibyl Crofts, Comedian

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Frederick Simpson Coburn. Hardcover. 7 5/8" X 5 1/8". 312pp. Red cloth over boards, with front board stamped in black, white, and gilt and spine lettered in gilt. Moderate edgewear to binding, with corners bumped and rubbed to boards, moderate scattered rubbing, and mild soiling. Text block starting to separate at several places. Pages are clean and unmarked. Tissue-guarded color frontispiece from a drawing by F. S. Coburn. A worn but still quite attractive copy of this epistolary novel about a retired actress by Howard Sturgis. Good. Item #1913

Price: $60.00

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