The Cranbrook Press: Detroit, MI, 1902. Item #99-2175
8.75 x 5.5, half vellum; boards, 39 pp, vellum yellowing, leather spine label a little rubbed else a nice, clean, tight copy in original, worn, browned clamshell case with numbered spine label and original silk ties. LIMITED TO ONLY 210 NUMBERED COPIES, THIS COPY #90. Booth, son-in-law of James E. Scripps, published The Detroit News, and started the Cranbrook Educational Community.