New York: P. J. Kenedy, 1917.
Hard Cover. First Edition. 8vo.; in the publisher’s dark gray cloth binding with a paper title label to the spine; xi, , 2-91 pages, with an engraved frontispiece of a Fra Angelico painting; there is a very discreet stamp on the pastedown “Property of the Mary Ross Sitterding Library”; there are no other marks of any kind in the book.~~Mother Mary Loyola was born into an English Protestant household but when her parents died of Scarlet Fever in the 1850’s she was taken in by her uncle who was a convert to Catholicism following exposure to the Oxford Movement. She followed in his footsteps and taught in the Bar Convent School in York. ~~This First American Edition was issued the same year as the First English Edition.
Very Good binding.