MILLER, Annie Louise. Across Three Oceans. A Woman's Tour Of The World. (FIRST EDITION - 1911)

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AUTHOR: MILLER, Annie Louise. 

TITLE: Across Three Oceans. A Woman's Tour Of The World.

PUBLISHER: Lincoln: State Journal Co., n.d. [1911].

DESCRIPTION: FIRST EDITION. 1 vol., 8-5/16" x 4-3/4", 1 map, bound in the publisher's original gilt stamped red cloth.

CONDITION: Inner and outer hinges fine, head of spine rubbed with some slight loss, internally clean and bright, a VERY GOOD copy.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: SCARCE.  We can not find another copy online and no copy has ever appeared at auction.

Annie Louise Miller, newspaper writer, was born at Worthington, Iowa, daughter of William C. and Emma (Butterworth) Miller. An extensive traveler, Miss Miller made a trip around the world and to Australia 1909-10, and spent the winter of 1914-15 in India, and Burma. During the World War she acted as state secretary of the women's committee of the Nebraska Council of Defense, and served as trustee of the Nebraska Federation of Women's Clubs scholarship fund for ten years.