Wednesday, June 17, 2009

- Only a Few Blocks From Lovecraft -


Oh, how well HPL would have known this street and history.

Call of Cthulhu: The writing accompanying this oddity was, aside from a stack of press cuttings, in Professor Angell's most recent hand; and made no pretense to literary style. ...///... Professor Angell's instant start on an investigation of the utmost thoroughness was eminently natural ...///...
Angell's Lane
A History of a Little Street in Providence
by George Leland Miner
First Edition
This rare book measures 6 3/8" x 9 7/8" and has 198 pages with 35 pages of Appendices in the back. It has rust colored boards and illustrated end papers showing Thames Street in 1932 by Helen Mason Grose.
The book was published in 1948 by the Akerman-Standard Press of Providence, Rhode Island. There is also a copyright of 1948 by the author, George Leland Miner.

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