Catalog Record: Hyperion : a romance. | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Hyperion : a romance. / By Henry W. Longfellow. Illustrated with twenty-four photographs of the Rhine, Switzerland, and the Tyrol, by Francis Frith.

Main Author: Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.
Related Names: Bennett, Alfred W. 1833-1902, publisher., Mather, Frank Jewett 1868-1953, donor., Frith, Francis , photographer.
Language(s): English
Published: London : A. W. Bennett, 1865.
Subjects: Europe > Description and travel > Fiction.
Printers' marks (Printing)
Gilt edges (Binding)
Gold stamped bindings (Binding)
Binders' tickets (Binding) > England > London > 19th century.
Photographs, Original > Illustrations in books.
Albumen prints > England > London > 1865.
Note: Green cloth over boards, gilt-stamped. All edges gilt.
GAX copies have binders' tickets which read: Bound by Westley's & Co., London.
Final leaf contains the printer's mark of the Gresham Steam Press.
Physical Description: x p., 1 l., 270 p., 1 l. : ill., 24 phot. (incl. front.) ; 23 x 19 cm.
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