Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., Printers, 1881. First Edition. Octavo (19cm); brown cloth, stamped in blind and gilt, beveled edges; brown endpapers; viii, 152pp. Boards bumped and rubbed along extremities; mild wear and soiling, scratches; label tipped to spine, partially torn. Textblock shows age-related toning, with light foxing, soiling, and creasing throughout; first several pages slightly loose. Overall Good+.
Francis "Fannie" H. Marr resided in Warrenton, VA; she was the sister of John Quincy Marr, the first Confederate soldier killed in combat with the Union, in 1861. As a writer in the aftermath of war, she achieved modest fame for her magazine articles and poetry, including My Suit of Confederate Gray and other such works. Virginia, and Other Poems is her second book of poetry, which (in addition to the eponymous paean to the state) contains a selection of sentimental and religious verses.