Journeys End. New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1903.
First Edition. Karl J. Anderson dustjacket art and illustrations. "If you were lucky enough to have suddenly come into an English Dukedom, to have suddenly become famous as the author of a successful play in America, to know that either of these charming girls ('Molly,' associated with your English life and traditions, and 'Miss Evelyn Berkeley' the fascinating young actress who has made your play a success) will have you for the asking- which would you choose? This is the Lady or the Tigerish problem in Journeys End". Near Fine in the scarce thin-paper dustjacket, Very Good, with few small edge chips.
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