Hudson, Mi. 1898. 40pp. Original red printed wrappers; front cover detached. Spine and covers chipped, contemporary library ink stamps on front cover and title page. Internally clean, though a bit fragile, several leaves loosening. Good. Item #2176
Poetry published in the tiny town of Hudson, Michigan, near the Ohio border. One poem, "At Last," extolls the virtues of the Spanish-American War: "At last we are after those butchers / Who blew up our boys and the Maine, / And starved half a million of wretches, / Those miserable subjects of Spain." The cover notes that the poems "Old Glory," "The Bells," and "The Girls of Michigan" will also be published in the form of sheet music. Two copies located in OCLC, at the Library of Congress and the Library of Michigan. We locate no other works by this author in OCLC.