London: Adam and Charles Black, 1905. One of 500 copies, numbered and signed by John Greenaway, the brother of the artist. With an original pencil sketch by Greenaway inserted. The sketch in this copy is of a girl reading, with her right hand extended. In the margin are two other drawings of the right hand. Frontispiece and fifty-three color plates, thirty-four black and white plates, with tissue guards, and numerous text illustrations. Spine a bit discolored, light soiling to covers. Hinges starting to crack, but very sound. Original white cloth, decoratively stamped in gilt and blind, top edge gilt. Pictorial endpapers. Quarto. . [xx],  pp. Item #13649
“Miss Greenaway's correspondence, autobiographical notes, her records, and several firsthand recollections of friends and acquaintances were admirably compiled and documented in that volume. No new biography could possibly be attempted without reference to it” (Brian Home, Kate Greenaway Book, 1976).
Schuster & Engen 226. Thomson 400.