This novel was a best seller at the turn into the 20th century, told in the dialectic. The Syracuse Herald wrote, "A masterpiece of character painting. In David Harum, the shrewd, whimsical, horse-trading country banker, Wescott has depicted a type of character that is by no means new to fiction, but nowhere else has it been so carefully wrought out."
Wine red cloth coved boards with lovely oak leaf title block imprint on cover. Binding firm with a slight lean. Pushed spine tips with a bit of rub. Text clean and bright. Previous owner's initials top gutter of free endpage.
41 pages with 4 pages of advertisement. 8.75 inches tall.