Watson, Evelyn M. [SIGNED] Poems of the Niagara Frontier. New York: Dean & Company, 1929. 
Green cloth, gilt titles to spine & front, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, slight edge-wear. Signed "Cordially yours, Evelyn M. Watson" on the ffep, additional inscription beneath by a different hand. 128 clean pp., tight, a few creased page corners. Good. Hardcover.
"I find in these poems by Evelyn M. Watson much magnificence of imagery and true poetic passion, all interwoven with a subtle thread of mysticism. It is, indeed, a matter for congratulation that a Buffalo poet should have seized this opportunity to tell the world so vividly of the beauties of Nature's mighty cataract." - J. Corson Miller.
Evelyn Mabel Watson (1886-1956), b. Salamanca, NY; d. Buffalo, NY. She studied at Allegheny College and was graduated from Mount Union College in 1909. She edited The Circle for some time and was involved with organizations such as The English Poetry Society. She was awarded a gold medal by the Nation Poetry Center at Rockefeller Center in NYC. Watson was a "prolific Buffalo ,[NY]- area writer, award-winning poet, and noted mystic." - University of Buffalo Archives, where Watson's papers are archived.