ALICE BLYTHE : Somewhere in England, #3 in series.
Edition: Early printing.
New York: Barse & Hopkins, (1918.). Hardcover - The original Barse & Hopkins edition, not the Goldsmith reprint. A title in the Somewhere in War series, each featuring an 'ordinary girl' displaying heroism during the Great War - World War I. ""Wanting to do something to aid the war effort, an English girl goes to France to help in an army hospital." .llustrated by Chas [Charles] L. Wrenn with a glossy frontispiece and 3 inserted plates on plain paper. 215 pp. plus 8 pp publisher's ads. Lists to #5 in series in ads at back.
Condition: Very good in light olive green cloth with a pictorial pastedown on the front cover. Some rubbing and soiling to the covers, usual toning to the pages, slight spine slant, but overall a tight, straight and clean copy, and rather uncommon.