New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. Second printing. 4to. Lithograph illustrations in yellow cyan and green. Previous owner's name written neatly in ink on free front end paper, otherwise book is in fine condition / in fine price clipped dust jacket with only four 1/4" closed tears. Item #169
For ages 4-8. Fedora, the green-eyed cat lived with an artist on the top of Telegraph Hill. Every night when the artist came home he would show Fedora the pictures he had painted that day. Once it was the topsy-turvy cable car, and once it was the great windy bridge, and another time it was the Fisherman's Wharf. . . . .No sooner had the artist gone to bed than she slipped out the door, out into the dark night to look for the sights the artist had painted. . . .Her adventures led a little boy, a sea captain, a housepainter, two fishermen and an old lady a merry chase up the steep steep street that wound around Telegraph Hill.