Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1907. 8vo. [x], 362 pp. Later edition. Frontispiece and plates. Original cloth with gilt lettering and vignette, minor rubbing; gilt top edge, other two edges untrimmed. Ownership signature on the front free end-paper. Item #15063
Later edition. Maud Howe [Elliot] (1854-1948) won the 1916 Pulitzer Prize, together with her co-author/sister Laura E. Richards, for their biography of their mother, Julia Ward Howe. The present work is a charming travelogue of the author’s time in Rome and the surrounding area.