The Pot of Gold A Story of Fire Island Beach.
Shaw, Edward Richard

Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co., 1888. F 162 pgs; with black and white illustrations by Hatheway and Graves; containing "The Pot of Gold" & "Widow Molly"; "...Fire Island is a barrier of sand, stretching for twenty miles along the south coast of Long Island, and separating the Great South Bay from the Atlantic ocean...a wild, desolate spot, wind-searched and surf-pounded..."; bound in original paper wraps; red and black cover & spine titles, front inner cover and back cover printed with publisher's announcements; some edge and tips wear to binding, spine ends paper chipped away, some rubbing and discoloration to leaves at front; overall, in very good condition and interesting Fire Island background & history, in a fictional setting; this is the only copy of this book that we have ever seen in the original wraps. Very Good S (Item ID: 17193)


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