1938 WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW VIRGINIA EDITION SIGNED. Pulitzer Prize Novelist
THE WORKS OF ELLEN GLASGOW VIRGINIA EDITION
Charles Scribner's Sons - New York - 1938
Gilt lettered and decorated cover and spine. Top edges gilt (t.e.g.). Bound in decorated red cloth with vellum spines. Gilt lettering on red leather spine labels.
Gilt & white flowered blossom cluster on the cover of each volume.
Limited edition of 810. Nine volumes are numbered 398 & three volumes are numbered 241.
Signed in ink "Ellen Glasgow" below the limitation statement in volume I.
Fore edges deckled.
slip cases present, lightly rubbed (occasional bump). Some age toning to the vellum spines.
Each volume is Illustrated with a frontispiece.
Some uncut pages
9-3/4 x 6-1/2 inches (Octavo)
Overall Very Good Condition
Volume I - Barren Ground. 451 pages. Illustration: Portrait photograph of the author.
Volume II - The Miller of Old Church. 336 pages. Illustration: The Old Grist-Mill.
Volume III - Vein of Iron. 395 pages. Illustration: Green Forest / Original Glasgow Homestead Built About 1790 In The Valley Of VA.
Volume IV - The Sheltered Life. 292 pages. Illustration: The Archald's Garden.
Volume V - The Romantic Comedians. 240 pages. Illustration: The Back Gallery Overlooking The Author's Walled Garden.
Volume VI - They Stooped to Folly. 304 pages. Illustration: Ellen Glasgow In Her Middle Twenties.
Volume VII - The Battleground. 385 pages. Illustration: Betty Ambler / A Minature By W.J. Baer Used In The Original Edition of "The Battleground."
Volume VIII - The Deliverance. 398 pages. Illustration: A Woodblock By J. J. Lankes / Cut For The Original Edition Of "Deliverance."
Volume IX - Virginia. 406 pages. Illustration: The Glasgow House In Richmond.
Volume X - The Voice of the People. 325 pages. Illustration: The Capitol Square In Richmond.
Volume XI - The Romance of a Plain Man. 364 pages. Illustration: A View Of Richmond From Church Hill, From An Old Print.
Volume XII - Life and Gabriella. 420 pages. Illustration: A Woodblock By J. J. Lankes, Of The Glasgow House In Richmond.
Ellen Glasgow, Pulitzer Prize winning American novelist from Richmond, Virginia.