TO HAVE AND TO HOLD. Mary Johnston.


Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1940. First Edition. Hardcover. The author’s second novel, concerning an English soldier turned Virginian explorer in colonial Jamestown. Johnston (1870-1936) was a popular American novelist who leveraged her fame to advocate for women’s rights and strongly supported the women’s suffrage movement. Octavo: 403 p. with illustrations by Howard Pyle, E.B. Thompson, A.W. Betts, and Emlen McConnell. Original gray cloth binding, with gilt titles and floral designs stamped in green and red. Some minor dust staining to the top edge, with a bit of light wear to the spine ends and corners; otherwise very good. Very good. Item #70198

Price: $45.00

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