Cover image for The autobiography of Anna Edson Taylor.
Title:
The autobiography of Anna Edson Taylor.
Author:
Taylor, Annie Edson, 1838-1921.
Physical Description:
12 pages, 12 unnumbered pages : illustrations, photographs ; 15.8 x 22.8 cm
Summary:
The autobiography of the reputed first person to go over Niagara Falls in a wooden barrel and survive.
General Note:
Incl. [12] p. of publisher's advertising, including the essay, "The Visit of a King's Daughter, " a panegyric to the Invalids' Hotel, written by "A Former Patient."

Thomas D. Mahoney Collection.
Language:
English
Local Note:
The pamphlet is stapled in light tan paper, which has the full title and a photograph of the author with her barrel in front of the Falls on the front cover, and a photograph of the entire Falls from the U.S. side on the back cover. The front bears a manuscript ownership note, "Jewell S. Potter, Aug. 24, 1914." The title page has the full title, and bears the pencil signature, "Anna Edson Taylor, Oct. 24th, 1901," which is the date of the author's trip over the Falls.
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Central Library RBR NIAGARA 1901.T3 Adult Non-Fiction Grosvenor Room-Rare Books-Appointment Needed
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