Aiken, S.C. Done into a Book by W.L. Washburn at The Palmetto Press, 1900. 1900. One of 150 copies printed on Ruisdael paper, of which this is No. 53. Woodcut vignette on title-page, decorative woodcut initial letters. Printed in black and red. Boards partially discolored, paper lightly toned or foxed. A good copy. Natural linen over gray paper boards, title in black on front board. Octavo. 46 pp. Item #15692
The second book of the Palmetto Press, which was founded by William Lewis Washburn, a printer from Connecticut while he was associated with a newspaper in Aiken.