An ecru linen cover embossed with an illustration in deep wine houses the story of "Desert Wife". As a hanging piece of art this book becomes an emblem of the American West and the spirit of the pioneering woman. Illustrated chapter pages branch forth. Other details include and a hand-written inscription which reads in part "…from Otto, Chritmas 1934" and a frontispiece drawing captioned with "Christmas Eve the brethren began to arise over these hills." Published in 1934.
9 w x 8 ½ d x 11 l || 30" hanging cord which can be shortened