"Old England Traits," "What They Say in New England" and More Antiquarian Books
|Title and Author/Editor||Old New England Traits (Edited by George Lunt, 1873), My Summer in a Garden (Charles Dudley Warner, 1872), What They Say in New England: A Book of Signs, Says and Superstitions (Collected by Clifton Johnson, 1896), Clark’s Boston Blue Book 1906|
|Genre||History, Novelty, Yearbook|
|Binding||Illustrated cloth on board|
|Publisher||Hurd and Houghton, James R. Osgood and Company, Lee and Shepard, Edward E. Clark|
|Period||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication||New York, Boston|
|Edition Statement||First Edition, Later Printing|
|Number of Books||4|
- wear to covers with edge wear, fraying, bumped corners, dings, cocked spines, bowing and soiling; cracked hinges; writing to endpapers; chipping to pages; tanning and fading to text blocks and text edges; generally tight text and clean pages.
- measures one.