1885 · London
No mention of "Two Series" in the author's list of books. "Of" on spine in smaller type. Gilt stamped apostrophe is curved.
Ex-libris George Barr McCutcheon, with his bookplate on the front pastedown. George Barr McCutcheon (1866-1928) was an American novelist, primarily known for the romantic novel Graustark, and the comic fantasy Brewster's Millions.
The front pastedown also bears the later, gilt-stamped leather bookplate of Janet Cook Loeb, prominent social worker, and founder and first president of the Adoption and Children's Services of the Family Service of Westchester, NY. One of the primary works of children's literature, and a title which to this day occupies a central position in many children's libraries. A first edition in the preferred binding. (Inventory #: 62380)