SAMUEL MAXWELL HARRINGTON, A PIONEER JUDGE.
Winslow, Julian D.
First edition. Foreword by John A. Munroe. Harrington became chief justice and chancellor of the state of Delaware. He was also a leader in the abolitionist movement during the Civil War. Presentation from the author on the front free endpaper.
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First edition, limited to 335 numbered copies signed by both the author and illustrator. Presented to Gwenda and Una from Miriam, John, Rose, Patrick & Francis. Forty-one wood engravings by Miriam Macgregor illustrate the text and poems.