New York: Dodd Mead,  1905. Reprint. Hardcover. A little horse-related metaphorical fable of sorts. Beautifully illustrated with five color plates by Henry Hutt and decorations by Theodore B. Hapgood. Light green board with an elaborate floral-and-gilt decoration to the front board. Corners just a wee-bit nudged, but overall, this copy presents as one of those books which came through a time-warp -- very bright and hardly, if at all, read. Near Fine. Item #78910
"...a humorous tale of two humans told from the viewpoint of a horse named Reveille. It is set mainly in Washington D.C. in the early 1860s." (Goodreads). Ford also authored "Janice Meredith" and "Wanted: a Matchmaker". In 1902, Paul Ford was murdered by his demented athlete brother Malcolm.