NYT Feb 21, 1903 Six Trees

From New York Times (Feb 21, 1903)

Mrs. Mary E. Wilkins (Freeman) has given us another example of that deft art by which she presents her inimitable pictures of New England life and character, in Six Trees, another of this week's publications. In these etching-like stories of New England life she makes use of a novel theme, telling of the influence of environment on her people as typified by their relations to the six trees that form the central figures in the six stories.

The book is especially pleasing in appearance, and is illustrated with twenty-two wash drawings in tint.