Edition: First printing.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903. Hardcover first edition - A novel by this prolific "literary spokesman for the glories of the Old South." This begins in the South soon after the Civil War. Gordon Keith is the son of General Keith, an old-time gentleman, whose large fortune has been swept away during the war, and whose family estate, "Elphinestone, " has been purchased by a rich New Yorker with a wicked and unprincipled son. Illustrated with a glossy frontispiece and seven internal glossy plates by George Wright. Bound in an attractive Margaret Armstrong binding of dark blue cloth with gilt lettering and light blue decorative stamping. ix, 548 pp.
Condition: Very good (previous owner's name, minor wear to the ends of the spine)