New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. 239p., steel-engraved etched frontis depicting an old African American sharecropper with a hoe, tissue guard, six short stories, marbled endpapers, very good bound in half-calf leather and gilt over marbled boards, top edge gilt.. Attractive early re-issue of the Virginia author's first book, a collection of postbellum South stories in dialect, in nice binding with a contemporary gift inscription dated 1891. 1887 first edition is BAL 15361. Binding matches our SKU#116325.