JEKYLL, Gertrude. Wood And Garden. Notes And Thoughts, Practical And Critical, Of A Working Amateur. Longmans, Green, And Co., 1901
8vo. Publisher's gilt-titled cloth; pp. xvi + 286, with b&w photographic plates; very good. Provenance: front pastedown with bookplate of David Hinge, Honorary Canon of Durham Cathedral, architectural writer and bibliophile.
New edition; so popular was this work that it went to this, its ninth printing, within two years. Jekyll's first and probably most influential book, illustrated with photographs by her, many of them taken in the grounds of her own house at Munstead Wood, Surrey.