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Audrey, Johnston, Mary
1 Johnston, Mary Audrey
Boston Houghton Mifflin 1902 First Edition Cloth Fine No Jacket 8vo Yohn, F. C. 
First Printing. From the recently auctioned collection of the Goldstone brothers--this one from M.B. Goldstone--with his custom gold bookplate lightly attached to the front pastedown and his small penciled signature to the top corner of the ffep. A handsome fine copy in red cloth boards with paper label to the spine. This copy is signed by Johnston on the free endpaper after the title and copyright page. An early work and quite successful--although not even close to the success of "To Have and To Hold" which was published in 1900. "Audrey" combined romance and history and was made into a silent film in 1916. Johnston was a lawyer and related to a prominent Confederate general in the Civil War. Her books are rare to find signed and in fine condition. Uncut paper edges 418 pp. This is a tight and square copy--clean interior with strong hinges and only a little dustiness on the paper edges--otherwise a fine collectable copy. Johnston was among the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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Prisoners of Hope, Johnston, Mary
2 Johnston, Mary Prisoners of Hope
Boston Houghton Mifflin 1898 First Decorative Cloth Fine No Jacket 
From the recently auctioned collection of M. B. and Adrian Goldstone. A fine copy in blue cloth with darker blue lettering to front board decorations and spine. Signed by Johnston on the title page--signature only. No fading and no discoloration whatsoever. Tight binding, no interior markings except front free endpaper that has previous owner's last name in ink. The front free endpaper also shows some signs of discoloration due to a newspaper clipping. Remarkable condition for a book this old. Johnston went on to author "To Have And To Hold" which was the top selling book of 1900. 
Price: 325.00 USD
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The Witch (Signed First Printing), Johnston, Mary
3 Johnston, Mary The Witch (Signed First Printing)
Boston Houghton Mifflin 1914 First Printing Cloth Very Good No Jacket N.C. Wyeth 
First Printing--Published "October 1914". From the recently auctioned collection of well known collector M. B. Goldstone. Brown cloth with gilt lettering. 442 pp. with illustrations by famed illustrator N. C. Wyeth. This copy is signed by Mary Johnson on the front endpaper. Near Fine condition without DJ-- Fading to the spine lettering or would be fine. A tight sturdy and unmarked copy. In the early 1900's--Johnston was one of the most popular authors of fiction. A very collectable copy. 
Price: 375.00 USD
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