In the Christmas woods; being the introductory essay of a series on observations of nature through the year, by Adeline Knapp ... with an illustration by William Keith. (1899)
- Natural history
William Keith (November 18, 1838 – April 13, 1911) was a Scottish-American painter famous for his California landscapes. He is associated with Tonalism and the American Barbizon school. Although most of his career was spent in California, he started out in New York, made two extended study trips to Europe, and had a studio in Boston in 1871-72 and one in New York in 1880.
"The following papers were drawn up by a club of American merchants; at the head of whom were Sir William Keith, governor of Pennsylvania; the celebrated Mr. Joshua Gee, and many other eminent persons. They were printed and published in the year 1730."--p. iii.