The identity of the Inn, at South Sudbury, Massachusetts, was indicated so clearly in Longfellow's immensely popular poem that, after its publication in 1863, the old place became known as The Wayside Inn. 'This little book exhibits a certain temerity in aspiring to capture, by means of photographs taken in all seasons of the year, some part of the hospitable charm, the tranquillity, the beauty of coutryside which the Wayside Inn has relected since it was .."Built in the old colonial day, When men lived in a grander way With ampler hospitality."' Copyright 1938. 73pp, numerous b/w (sepia) photographs. Internally pristine, though 2 pages have been incompletely trimmed. Illustrated endpapers. Green and white boards very clean with minimal wear to spine ends and corners. A delightful little book.