by Mrs. Herbert Strang [George Herbert Ely; C. J. L';Estrange}
New York: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d.. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. George Herbert Ely and C. J. L'Estrange were co-editors in the Juvenile Department of the Oxfor University Press and wrote boy's adventure stories using the name Herbert Strang. They also wrote tales for girls as "Mrs. Herbert Strang". This anthology -- The Green Book for Children -- must be ascribed to them as well. In drab-colored paper-covered boards stampe in gold and black, with pastedown and backed in green cloth, with titling in green and black. With 8 charming colored plates, including the frontispiece. Pictorial endpapers, and a gift inscription. Discreet patch to the spine. Undated, but likely from the second decade of the 20th century. Very Good binding. (Inventory #: 274993)
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