Title Eben Holden's Last Day A-Fishing
Binding Small Hard Cover
Book Condition Very Good
Jacket Condition No Jacket
Edition First Edition
Publisher New York/London Harper & Brothers Publishers 1907
Seller ID 2202227
New York/London: Harper & Brothers Publishers. 1907. First Edition. 60 pp. Excerpt from Eben Holden's Last Day A-Fishing'Always, when our train went roaring into the quiet village, we used to look out of the car-window down across the river and a smooth stretch of fields into the edge of the little town. At a small, familiar opening in the shade trees, almost half a mile from the train, we never failed to see the ﬂicker of a white handkerchief. It signaled their welcome. And then - well, I doubt if any one may have in this world a better moment. Yes - that was years ago, and there are strangers in the old home, but to this day every time I enter Hillsborough I look for that ﬂick er of white, away off among the trees.'Irving Bacheller (1859-1950) was an American journalist and writer who founded the first modern newspaper syndicate in the United States.Keywords: IRVING BACHELLER EBEN HOLDEN LAST DAY FISHING LITERATURE Condition Notes: First edition. No jacket, ink name to front endpaper, pages toned.