The Lady of the Violets

Rollins, Frank West

Published by Lee and Shepherd Pub, 1897
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Lee and Shepherd Pub Boston 1897 Hard Cover Fair/good. Foxing on most pages. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Lady of the Violets
Publisher: Lee and Shepherd Pub
Publication Date: 1897
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Fair

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Rollins, Frank West
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Book Description Condition: Very Good. Lee and Shepard Publishers, Boston, 1897. Decorated Cloth. Book Condition: No Jacket. First Edition. A romance and adventure novel by the governor of New Hampshire. Two New Hampshire young ladies set sail on the steamer Chocorua, and face the guns of Fort Morro in Cuba, as they rescue a prisoner. Rollins (1860-1915) was state legislator, a banker, and a founder of the National Forest Act, as well as governor of his state. This is his second book, he was also the author of several other books including an obscure guide on NH and Old Home Week Addresses. Seller Inventory # 021684

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Frank West Rollins
Published by Lee and Shepard Publishers, Boston (1897)
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Book Description Lee and Shepard Publishers, Boston, 1897. Decorated Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. First edition. A romance and adventure novel by the governor of New Hampshire. Two New Hampshire young ladies set sail on the steamer Chocorua, and face the guns of Fort Morro in Cuba, as they rescue a prisoner. Rollins (1860-1915) was state legislator, a banker, and a founder of the National Forest Act, as well as governor of his state. A lovely copy of his novel, in linen-colored cloth with a delicate design of violets in green, violet, and gilt, titled in gilt. T.e.g. Slight lean to spine, else fine. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 007966

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Rollins, Frank West
Published by Lee and Shepard (1898)
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Book Description Lee and Shepard, 1898. 12mo tan cloth, top edge gilt, 2nd pr., boards lightly sunned, fr. hinge cracked, G/-. A scarce title; Rollins served as governor of New Hampshire. Seller Inventory # 24452

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