A one-of-a-kind hand-typed bound collection of essays by American author Mabel G. Jackson; dated 1938. Octavo. 1/4 leather and marbled paper boards with gilt lettering and embellishments on spine with gilt top edge. A collection of original essays, prose and poetry personally typed and bound by Mabel Jackson for her godchild entitled “Travels, Tales and Verses”; inscribed and signed by author, with a photograph portrait of the author on facing page. On each chapter title page, Jackson includes typographical ornamentation created with her typewriter; the designs vary and increase in complexity throughout the book. Subjects include Old Seville and Relics of France. Poems include Spring in Paris. Very Good.