Double Darling and the Dream Spinner.
The story of Double Darling, a girl who is “twice as good and twice as beautiful as other children.” With color illustrations, using black and white and red tones, by the author’s daughter, Dora Wheeler Keith (1856–1940), a student of American impressionist painter William Merritt Chase.
Candace Wheeler (1827–1923) has been called the “Mother” of interior design. “In an era that did not always appreciate strong women, Wheeler ambitiously promoted art and design as paying careers for women, rather than hobbies ... She was also one of the first women to be well known as an interior decorator, a profession she helped to create.” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Description: Double Darling and the Dream Spinner.
New York: Fox, Duffield & Company, 1905. First Edition. Color frontis., viii, 167pp +  color plates. 8vo. Publisher’s cloth with color paste-on cover illustration. Binding rubbed and spine titling faded; stray pencil mark to front cover; early ownership names to endpapers.