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VG/-- For more details go to Riverowgallerydotcom. Francis R. Cope, Jr. author, was very interested in natural history, conservation-Woodbourne Orchards ["Donated to The Nature Conservancy in April 1956 by conservationist Francis R. Cope, Jr., this is one of the Conservancy's first preserves and marks the start of its work in America's Keystone State nearly half a century ago."], and acquired a noted ornithology book collection that now resides at the Library Company of Philadelphia. He with ...
Publisher: Bradford Reporter, Towanda, PA
Date published: 1870
Description: Black & White Illustrations. VG/-- 8vo., 127 pp., Light rubbing, contents very clean. Nicely bound in green leather with some guilt tooling-Wyalusing Church in guilt on front cover. Errata slip in rear. "Presented by the Author at...Oct 16-1871" Read More
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: D. Appleton & Company, New York, NY
Date published: 1850
Description: FR/-- 12mo., 155 pp. + ads., Rubbed and chipped cover, foxing. An author of many novels and children's books. She was the "successful purveyor of the melodramatic, flowery, and sentimentally religious fiction popular in the Victorian era." "She criticized the embryonic woman's rights movement...[they should be] a model of virtuous womanhood". Marian Hornberger in NOTABLE AMERICAN WOMEN 1607-1950. Vol. 2 pp. 468-69. Read More