Cleveland, OH: Pegasus Studios, 1937. Staplebound. 8vo, 59 pages. Stape-bound paperback. No. 23 of 354 copies printed. Poems, with pictures of Eason. Gift inscription on the title page (unknown origin): "In appreciation of 'Tribute to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.'" Orange paper wrappers with chips and small tears along edges, with a small section chipped off on the back bottom corner. Book two of three volumes. Only 3 copies in OCLC. Fair. Item #3863
From the biographical sketch at the beginning of the book: "Agnes I. Eason, one of Florida's outstanding women, has many and varied interests; coupled with a charming personality, and wealth of typical Irish humor, which appears in much of her writing. Besides being a widely published poet, and associate editor of 'The Garret,' she is a real estate broker, notary, and club woman. She also writes under the pen name of Isabel Eden."