Fairy tale of the White Man, told from the Gates of Sunset
by Mighels, Ella Sterling, illustrations by W. Kimball Briggs
San Francisco: Pacific Publication Co, 1915. 72p., 7x9.5 inches, pictorial wraps, cover joint split roughly more than halfway, head somewhat chipped front and back, mild soiling. "To the memory of Adley Hooke Cummins, without whose magnificent scholarship gained from a knowledge of sixty languages and dialects, and without whose Belief in the Integrity of the White Race, this book would never have been written." Fairy tale featuring the king Ar-Ya and others who established white dominance, with the boy Semitra representing the wandering Jew. (Inventory #: 114742)
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