Edited by Richard Allan Davison, 1993.
Charles Norris and his fiancée, Kathleen Thompson, exchanged daily letters during one year of their engagement. The Norrises were to become one of the most acclaimed literary couples of the era, but during the year he ventured to New York while she remained in San Francisco, they coped with a variety of practical problems–as well as with a difficult separation.
Designed and printed letterpress by W. Thomas Taylor. 11 ¼ x 8 ¼ inches. 167 pp. Includes eighteen photographs of Charles and Kathleen’s life. Bound in red cloth. Edition 400 copies.