Historia de los indios de la Nueva España escrita a mediados del siglo XVI por el R.P. Fr. Toribio de Benavente o Motolinia de la Orden de San Francisco; sácalos nuevamente a luz el R.P. Fr. Daniel Sánchez García ... teniendo a la vista las ediciones de Lord Kingborough [sic] y de García Icazbalceta

Barcelona: Herederos de Juan Gili, 1914. First edition, 8vo, pp. xliv, 282, [2]; contemporary green cloth, gilt-lettered direct on spine. An Ayer Linguistic duplicate with a Newberry release stamp on the front pastedown; no other markings. Includes a "Bio-bibliografia de Fr. Toribio de Benavente o Motolinia" on pages [v]-xxxv. This copy with a gift inscription "Edith from Bliss Wyatt ... Mexico, Nov. 1934" on the front free endpaper, and informed notes and annotations in ink and pencil throughout. Numerous editions have appeared over the years, including one as recently as 2014. Edith Franklin Wyatt was born in Tomah, Wisconsin, on September 14, 1873, and went to Bryn Mawr College 1892-1894. She taught at a private school for five years before becoming an instructor at Hull House, a Chicago settlement house, and participating in Little Room, a Chicago salon. She spent the rest of her life writing and living in Chicago. Item #52784

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