bohemian club

Marjorie and her Papa, by R. H. Fletcher, ill by Reginald Birch, SIGNED.

Marjorie and Her Papa. (Frank P. Deering, San Francisco interest)

"How they wrote a story and made pictures for it,".. illustrations by Birch after Fletcher's design. The story is interspersed with dialogue between the two, a little affected but amusing. Presentation copy to Frank  P, Deering c/o the SF Bohemian club, with warm inscription in rhyme SIGNED by the author and additional tipped-in letter in envelope from the author.  "to Endearing Miss Frank Deering in the "first" year of her age/ This the "Author" now appearing/ Hopes she'll laugh at every page;/ Hopes, too, that whate'er her age is,/When Life's story she has heard/ She'll find joy in all its pages/And be happy as a bird. Robert Howe Fletcher, San Francisco, August 20th, 1905. The book must have been in the Russian Hill house seven months later. Ask us for contents of the letter. NOTE: This Book Has Been SOLD.



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