New York: American Historical Society, 1925. Prepared and privately printed for Viola D. Everett by The American Historical Society. This is a genealogical and biographical history of the Everett family and related families The histories cover several generations, with biographies of notable figures in each family. There are portraits, images of castles and other stately homes, and color coats of arms for many of the families. This copy has a unique elaborate design binding signed by Stikeman & Co., one of the premier art binderies of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Bound in full brown leather with gilt rulings, ornaments, and the Everett family coat of arms on the front cover and the coat of arms for the Oburg family on the back cover. With six compartments on spine with title and small floral ornaments. A.e.g. There are beautiful doublures on both inside covers with gilt rulings, ornaments, and a gorgeous floral design in black leather, framed by the brown leather of the binding. Free endpapers have been covered in brown moire fabric. Light wear to leather edges. Interior pages are clean and bright. Measures 10 x 12.5 inches. 89 pages. GENEO/040621.