Edition: First printing
London: Privately Printed / Distributed by Simpkin Marshall Co., no date (1952). Burgundy cloth. pp (viii), 165, . Tanning to inner margins of free endpapers, page edges lightly yellowed and foxed, else finre Light blue jacket is tanned to spine, panels, margins of flaps; tiny chips to spine ends, VG otherwise, flap price intact. Sime's personal memories of William Morris, Mrs. Oliphant, Yeats, Meredith, Henry James ("A Meeting with Henry James at which Nothing Happened"), 6 Asian ladies, Lucy Shaw and G.B.S., and Mackenzie King. Watters p. 577. Jessie Georgina Sime (1868-1958) was a Scottish-born suffragist, feminist, social activist, and writer who moved to Montreal in 1907. She spent most of her adult life in Canada. Nicholson was a librarian at Edinburgh University.
Condition: Binding: Hardcover