New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1903. Pictorial cloth. Spine tips a bit rubbed, short snag at crown of slightly sunned spine, two small bookplates on pastedown, otherwise a very good copy. First edition of Garland's fictional depiction of a strike for a nine-hour day by Colorado miners. Inscribed and signed by Garland: "This story was generated from a mustard seed of fuel. The enthusiasm of a son of Edwina Booth Workman suggested the boy of the group. It was written in 1901. Hamlin Garland. Inscribed for the Bookfellows Dec. 3 - 1936." The Bookfellows was the Chicago based publishing and bibliophilic enterprise overseen by Garland's friends, the Seymours. Garland was a member, and two of his titles appeared under the Bookfellows imprint. HANNA 1366. PRESTRIDGE 30. SMITH G-59. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76444)
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