Title: Fifteen Letters of Nathalie Sumter
Publisher: Gittman's Book Shop, Columbia, SC
Publication Date: 1942
Book Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket Condition: fair
No. 18 of 500 copies, signed by the author for George Arents. Blue cloth & paper hardcover, 8 x 10 1/4, top corners lightly bumped, 124 clean pp., tight. Gift bookplate & date due/withdrawn stamped slip tipped in, and a blind stamp on the tp. With an edge-tattered original dust jacket. Illustrated with plates. Introduction and Notations by White. "The letters are from the papers of the Borough House, Stateburgh, in the High Hills of Santee, South Carolina.Of the letters, five concern a journey to Washington in 1809, and the monts following there and in Philadelphia; six were written from the United States Legation in Rio de Janiero; one from Charleston in 1823, and the remaining four from Paris." - Introduction. Bookseller Inventory # 496
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