EARNEST WILLIE, OR ECHOES FROM A RECLUSE, CONTAINING THE LETTERS, POEMS, ADDRESS AND SKETCHES - CHIEFLY MORAL AND RELIGIOUS - WITH BITS OF LAUGHING HUMOR, SMILING FANCY AND TENDER SENTIMENT - EVERYWHERE THE EARNEST HEART-THROBS OF WILLIE D. UPSHAW . . .

Upshaw, Willie D. [William "Earnest Willie" David Upshaw], 1866-1952.

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Full title: "EARNEST WILLIE," OR ECHOES FROM A RECLUSE, CONTAINING THE LETTERS, POEMS, ADDRESS AND SKETCHES - CHIEFLY MORAL AND RELIGIOUS - WITH BITS OF LAUGHING HUMOR, SMILING FANCY AND TENDER SENTIMENT - EVERYWHERE THE EARNEST HEART-THROBS OF WILLIAM D. UPSHAW, DURING HIS NEARLY NINE YEARS OF INVALID LIFE - (SEVEN YEARS SPENT ON BED.) Fourth edition (as stated upon title page). xxii, 694 pages. Hardcover: H 19.75cm x L 13.5cm. Original black pebbled leather with scuffing at spine ends and board corners, short tears at ends of front and rear joints, gilt stamping to spine and boards remains bright, boards decorated with gilt stamped inner dentelle edges. All edges gilt. Strong soiling to dark brown endpapers; moisture stains mostly affecting margins of book's unpaged b/w plates; light to occasionally moderate foxing throughout; rear leaves creased at bottom corners. Binding stressed at several points with slightly pulled leaves or quires but otherwise firm. A good+ copy. With author's facsimile inscription at bottom margin of b/w frontispiece portrait plate which retains a foxed tissue guard sheet. Additional text added from earlier editions (the 1893 first edition was only 625 pages). Features a compilation of poems, letters, and other writings by William David Upshaw who later founded the Atlanta, Georgia pro-Prohibition weekly magazine "The Golden Age" in 1906 and was elected as a Democrat for four terms to the United States House of Representatives serving from March 4, 1919 to March 3, 1927. Upshaw even ran for President in 1932 as the Prohibition Party nominee. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Atlanta, GA: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company, 1896.

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Upshaw, Willie D. [William "Earnest Willie" David Upshaw], 1866-1952.
Published by Atlanta, GA: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company, 1896. (1896)
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Book Description Atlanta, GA: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company, 1896., 1896. Full title: "EARNEST WILLIE," OR ECHOES FROM A RECLUSE, CONTAINING THE LETTERS, POEMS, ADDRESS AND SKETCHES - CHIEFLY MORAL AND RELIGIOUS - WITH BITS OF LAUGHING HUMOR, SMILING FANCY AND TENDER SENTIMENT - EVERYWHERE THE EARNEST HEART-THROBS OF WILLIAM D. UPSHAW, DURING HIS NEARLY NINE YEARS OF INVALID LIFE - (SEVEN YEARS SPENT ON BED.) Fourth edition (as stated upon title page). xxii, 694 pages. Hardcover: H 19.75cm x L 13.5cm. Original black pebbled leather with scuffing at spine ends and board corners, short tears at ends of front and rear joints, gilt stamping to spine and boards remains bright, boards decorated with gilt stamped inner dentelle edges. All edges gilt. Strong soiling to dark brown endpapers; moisture stains mostly affecting margins of book's unpaged b/w plates; light to occasionally moderate foxing throughout; rear leaves creased at bottom corners. Binding stressed at several points with slightly pulled leaves or quires but otherwise firm. A good+ copy. With author's facsimile inscription at bottom margin of b/w frontispiece portrait plate which retains a foxed tissue guard sheet. Additional text added from earlier editions (the 1893 first edition was only 625 pages). Features a compilation of poems, letters, and other writings by William David Upshaw who later founded the Atlanta, Georgia pro-Prohibition weekly magazine "The Golden Age" in 1906 and was elected as a Democrat for four terms to the United States House of Representatives serving from March 4, 1919 to March 3, 1927. Upshaw even ran for President in 1932 as the Prohibition Party nominee. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05526

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Upshaw, Willie D. [William "Earnest Willie" David Upshaw], 1866-1952.
Published by Atlanta, GA: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Co. [The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company], 1893. (1893)
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Book Description Atlanta, GA: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Co. [The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company], 1893., 1893. Full title: "EARNEST WILLIE," OR ECHOES FROM A RECLUSE, CONTAINING THE LETTERS, POEMS, ADDRESS AND SKETCHES - CHIEFLY MORAL AND RELIGIOUS - WITH BITS OF LAUGHING HUMOR, SMILING FANCY AND TENDER SENTIMENT - EVERYWHERE THE EARNEST HEART-THROBS OF WILLIE D. UPSHAW, DURING HIS NEARLY NINE YEARS OF INVALID LIFE - (SEVEN YEARS SPENT ON BED.) Apparent first edition (per OCLC). xxii, 625, [1], [2] pages. Hardcover: H 19.75cm x L 13.5cm. Original brown pebbled cloth, gilt lettering upon spine and front board remains fairly bright, light scuffing and bumping at spine ends and board corners. All edges gilt. Binding slightly stressed between pages ii-iii but otherwise firm; bottom corner of pages 249-250 creased from past fold-in. Still a handsome very good- copy. With author's facsimile inscription at fore-edge margin of frontispiece portrait and two pages of publisher advertisements at rear. Features a compilation of poems, letters, and other writings by William David Upshaw who later founded the Atlanta, Georgia pro-Prohibition weekly magazine "The Golden Age" in 1906 and was elected as a Democrat for four terms to the United States House of Representatives serving from March 4, 1919 to March 3, 1927. Upshaw even ran for President in 1932 as the Prohibition Party nominee. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-04234

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