By The Common Room on February 08, 2014
Dorothea Kirke (the blue one with red tape); A Little Dixie Captain (red with a little girl); In random order, Henry Esmond, Julius Caesar, and Cooper’s Deerslayer, I think, unless it’s Irving’s Sketchbook (I have a bunch of these in the little red hardbacks with titles in white in a box, they were school books in the 1900s here). The red one with gold text, but plain cover, is a Guizot’s History of European Civilization or something like that, and the pretty fancy red with the gold box is A Boy’s Froissart (1884) edited by Sidney Lanier. . . .