SLEEPY-TIME STORIES [SIGNED]. Maud Ballington Booth, Chauncey M. Deper, Maud Humphrey.


New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1901. Later Printing. The sixth reprinting of the 1899 first edition. Booth was a Salvation Army leader who later founded Volunteers of America and wrote books on prison reform as well as books for young children. Interior illustrations by Maud Humphrey, mother of Humphrey Bogart, who frequently used her young son as a model. Hardcover with green rose and gilt illustrations and designs. 177 pages.

8vo., 177pp.; VG;bound in olive cloth, green and gilt pictorial on spine, black lettering; pictorial on front board; mild shelfwear; SIGNED on second front endpaper; shelved case 14.


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