Hardcover. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1st, 1868, Book: Good, Hardcover, maroon cloth stamped with a gilt design, beveled edges. 304 pages. Howe's account of her journey to Greece by way of London, Paris and Rome. Julia Ward Howe, a social reformer, is most remembered for her Civil War-era song "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." In many respects, Howe was a female pioneer, particularly in literature and women's rights. She wrote many books, including collections of poetry and travel volumes. Book is cocked, gutter cracked at title page, embossed stamp to several pages. Otherwise clean, sound binding.
Hardcover. New York , Century Company, 1st, 1913, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, Hardcover, 268 pages. 48 B/W photographs and color illustrations by Jules Guerin. Front end papers show remnants of inscription and sticker paper. Blue cloth covers with gold ornamental design and lettering on front and spine. Some foxing on pages. Rare and in very good condition.