This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... Thursday, December nineteenth. > DEGREES DEGREES DEGREES DEGREES DEGREESHIS day is never to be forgotten, so beautiful, so ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... Thursday, December nineteenth. > DEGREES DEGREES DEGREES DEGREES DEGREESHIS day is never to be forgotten, so beautiful, so calm, M DEGREES DEGREES DEGREES so still with the earth and every branch and tree muffled A in deep, feathery, new-fallen snow. And all day the DEGREES DEGREESg DEGREES' softest clouds have drifted lazily over the heaven shrouding the land here and there in veils of falling snow, while elsewhere or through the snow itself the sun shone. Golden shadows, dazzling peaks, fairy tracery of branches against the blue summer sea! It was a day to Live, --and work could be forgotten. So Rockwell and I explored the woods, at first reverently treading one path that the snow about us might still he undisturbed. But soon the cub in the boy broke out and he rolled in the deepest thickets, shook the trees down upon himself, lay still in the snow for me to cover him completely, washed his face till it was crimson, and wound up with a naked snow-bath. I photographed him standing thus in the deep snow at the water's edge with the mountains far off behind him. Then he dried himself at the roaring fire we'd made ready and felt like a new boy--if that can be imagined. We both sketched out-of-doors for a little while in the morning like young lady amateurs. I tried it again two or three times throughout the day with indifferent results; it was too beautiful. We cut wood too, and that went with a zest. While Rockwell dried himself after his bath I searched in the woods for a Christmas tree and cut a fair-sized one at last for its top. Christmas is right upon us now. To-night the cranberries stew on the stove. Friday, December twentieth. The beautiful snow is fast going under the falling rain! With only five more days before Christmas iRead Less
Octavo (8"w x 11.25"h); good-/none; blue cloth spine with faded gold text; moderate shelf wear and bumping; binding shaken; flaking and spotting; Ex Library markings; illustrated endpapers; text block, clean; age-toned; B/W drawings; 217pp. --With drawings by the author and an Introduction by Dorothy Canfield. --Remnant of dust jacket (? ) glued to front pastedown. Rockville.
Good. No dust jacket. fold crease on front cover, corners bumped, shreddy spine ends, no jacket, text pages clean and in good condition. 242 p. Includes illustrations. blue cloth over boards, front and end pages double page illustration, gilt lettering on spine "Kent's strong woodcuts and sketchers perfectly complement an unaffected text that tells in an authentic and most effective way of unspoiled nature in all its glory. This splendid book has considerable merit as an account of rugged life in Alaska, as a paean to the glories of nature, and as a recond of Kent's graphic work. "
Very Good. Introduction by Dorothy Canfield. Tall 4to. Frontispiece illustration. xvii, 217 pp. Profusely illustrated by Kent. Original blue cloth binding. Spine darkened, some wear at the extremities, very good minus without DJ.
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