Title: My Chicago.
Publisher: Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago
Publication Date: 1918
8" x 5.75". 201pp. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Near fine condition. This copy signed and inscribed by Morgan on her portrait, opposite page 172. (The portrait is not called for in the list of illustrations.) Anna Morgan was a member of "The Little Room," a Chicago literary society that brought together the artistic and professional elite, with a membership that included reformer Jane Addams, sculptor Lorado Taft, architects Allen B. and Irving K. Pond, painter Ralph Clarkson, illustrator and publisher Ralph Fletcher Seymour, George Ade, Henry Blake Fuller, Hamlin Garland, Harriet Monroe, and Edith Wyatt. She was also a member of "The Little Theatre," an enterprise founded in 1912, by Maurice Browne. Bookseller Inventory # 12333
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