New York: Printed at the Sign of the Eagle, Pelham Press, 1901. 12 mo., , 22 pp., illustrations and rubricated capitals with added hand painted gold. Stitched paper wrappers, printed in black and red, toned, small stain on the rear, and moderately worn. The text leaves are uncut and unopened, with a few small spots of foxing along the upper edge. A very good copy. Item #54285
"Of this book there have been emprynted/on Whatman paper One Hundred/ and fifty copies, of which, this is copy/ No. 19." WorldCat locates only four copies: NYPL, LC, Temple University, and South Carolina Historical Society.
A tale of love, which was forged in the cemetary of the Goose Creek Church in South Carolina, only to find that the young woman was a spectre who had been buried prematurely. Said to have some factual basis.