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Adams, William Taylor.

Hatchie, the guardian slave; or, The heiress of Bellevue.

Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1853

Wright bibliography number 25; by Warren T. Ashton [pseud.].

Reel: A-4


Adams, William Taylor.

In doors and out; or, Views from the chimney corner.

Boston, Brown, Bazin. [c1854]

Wright bibliography number 26; by Oliver Optic [pseud.].

Reel: A-4


Adams, William Taylor.

Living too fast; or, The confessions of a bank officer.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1876

Wright bibliography number 23.

Reel: A-3


Adams, William Taylor.

The way of the world.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1867

Wright bibliography number 27.

Reel: A-5


Addison, Alvin.

Ellen Walton; or, The villain and his victims.

Cincinnati, H.M. Rulison. 1855

Wright bibliography number 27A.

Reel: A-5


Addison, Alvin.

Eveline Mandeville.

Cincinnati, U. P. James. [c1837]

Wright bibliography number 28.

Reel: A-5


Addison, Mrs. Julia De Wolf (Gibbs).

Florestane the troubadour: a medieval romance of southern France.

Boston, D. Estes & company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 10.

Reel: 2


Addison, Mrs. Julia De Wolf (Gibbs).

Mrs. John Vernon: a study of a social situation. Julia de Wolf Addison.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1909

Wright bibliography number 7; Frontispiece by Charles Dana Gibson.

Reel: 1


Ade, George.

Artie.

Chicago, H.S. Stone & Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 24.

Reel: A-4


Ade, George.

Breaking into society.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 11.

Reel: 2


Ade, George.

Doc Horne.

Chicago and New York, H. S. Stone and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 25.

Reel: A-4


Ade, George.

Fables in slang.

Chicago, H.S. Stone. 1900

Wright bibliography number 26.

Reel: A-4


Ade, George.

Forty modern fables.

New York, R.H. Russell. 1901

Wright bibliography number 13.

Reel: 2


Ade, George.

The general hatred of Mr. Darby.

In Short story masterpieces.


Ade, George.

The girl proposition: a bunch of he and she fables.

New York, R.H. Russell. 1902

Wright bibliography number 14.

Reel: 2


Ade, George.

Handsome Cyril: or, The messenger boy with the warm feet.

Phoenix, Arizona, The Bandar Log Press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2.

Reel: 1


Ade, George.

In Babel: stories of Chicago.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 16.

Reel: 2


Ade, George.

More fables.

Chicago & New York, H.S. Stone and Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 27.

Reel: A-4


Ade, George.

People you know.

New York, R.H. Russell. 1903

Wright bibliography number 17; illustrated by John T. McCutcheon and others.

Reel: 2


Ade, George.

Pink Marsh.

Chicago & New York, H.S. Stone & Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 28.

Reel: A-4


Ade, George.

Shiner's love-making in a crowd.

In Short story masterpieces.


Ade, George.

The slim princess.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. c1907

Wright bibliography number 8; with illustrations by George F. Kerr.

Reel: 1


Ade, George.

True bills.

New York; London, Harper & Brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 18.

Reel: 2


Adee, Alvey Augustus.

The life-magnet.

In Stories by American authors, VIII.


Adelio [pseud.].

A journey to Philadelphia: or, Memoirs of Charles Coleman Saunders.

Hartford, Lincoln & Gleason. 1804

Wright bibliography number 3.

Reel: A-1


Adler, Cyrus.

Told in the coffee house. Turkish tales. Collected and done into English by Cyrus Adler and Allan Ramsay.

New York, The Macmillan Co.; London, Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1898

Wright bibliography number 29.

Reel: A-4


[Adolph, Anna].

Arqtiq: a study of the marvels at the North Pole.

[Oakland, Calif., Carruth & Carruth, printers]; published for the author. 1899

Wright bibliography number 30.

Reel: A-4


The adopted daughter; or, The trials of Sabra.

Ogdensburgh [N.Y.] Hitchcock, Tillotson & Stilwell. 1858

Wright bibliography number 29.

Reel: A-5


Adsonville; or, Marrying out.

Albany, S. Shaw. 1824

Wright bibliography number 4.

Reel: A-1


Adventures in a castle. Written by a citizen of Philadelphia.

Harrisburg, J. Elder. 1806

Wright bibliography number 5.

Reel: A-1


Adventures of a bachelor; or, Stolen vigils.

Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliot. 1837

Wright bibliography number 6.

Reel: A-1


The Adventures of Theodore. A humorous extravaganza as Reelated by Jim Higgins to one of the Rough Writers.

Chicago, H.J. Smith & Devereaux. 1901

Wright bibliography number 3; illustrated by Henrich.

Reel: 1


Adventures of Theodore. A humorous extravaganza. As Reelated by Jim Higgers to one of the rough writers.

Chicago, The H.J. Smith & Devereaux co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 1882.1; illustrated by Heinrich.

Reel: 194


Aesop [pseud.].

The Hypocrite; or, Sketches of American society from a residence of forty years.

New York, Thomas Fox. 1844

Wright bibliography number 7.

Reel: A-1


An affecting history of the captivity & sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, an Italian lady, who was seven years a slave in Tripoli.

Boston, W. Crary. [1804?]

Wright bibliography number 7A.

Reel: Sup 1


An affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Thomas Nicholson [a native of New Jersey]. Who has been six years a prisoner among the Algerines, and from whom he fortunately made his escape a few months previous to Commodore Decatur's late expedition against the Barbary powers.

Boston, Printed for G. Walker. [1816?]

Wright bibliography number 7C.

Reel: Sup 1


Affery, Charles.

Misled.

New York, The Minerva Pub. Co. [1889]

Wright bibliography number 31.

Reel: A-4


Afloat and ashore: or, A sailor's life.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1848

Wright bibliography number 7G.

Reel: Sup 1


Agnes Arlington; or, Life, times, troubles, tribulations, and sad end of Agnes Arlington, the cotton planter's daughter…an autobiographical narrative.

Baltimore, A.R. Orton. 1854

Wright bibliography number 29A; ed. by Rev. A.R.B.

Reel: A-5


Agnew, Cora.

Peerless Cathleen; or, The stolen casket.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1883

Wright bibliography number 32.

Reel: A-4


Agnus, Felix.

A woman of war, and other stories.

Baltimore, The American Job Printing Office. 1895

Wright bibliography number 33.

Reel: A-4


Aiken, Clementine Edith.

The days we live in.

Boston, W.F. Brown & Co. 1876

Wright bibliography number 34.

Reel: A-5


Aitken, Robert.

Beyond the skyline.

New York, B.W. Huebsch. 1909

Wright bibliography number 9.

Reel: 1


Aitken, Robert.

The golden horseshoe.

New York, J. McBride. c1907

Wright bibliography number 10; frontispiece by Harrison Fisher.

Reel: 1


Aitken, Robert.

The lantern of luck.

New York, W.J. Watt. 1909

Wright bibliography number 11; Hudson Douglas; ill. by Howard Chandler Christy.

Reel: 1


Aitken, Robert.

The man in the mirror.

New York, W.J. Watt. c1910

Wright bibliography number 12; by Hudson Douglas; illustrations by Will Grefe.

Reel: 2


Aitken, Robert.

A million a minute: a romance of modern New York and Paris.

New York, Grosset and Dunlap. c1908

Wright bibliography number 13; by Hudson Douglas; illustrations by Will Grefe.

Reel: 2


Akin, Elizabeth Hall.

Nina Hilt.

[Princeton? Ky., s.n.]. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 19.

Reel: 2


Albert, Agnes Elnor.

Alice Rayden; or, Weighed in the balance.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 14.

Reel: 2


Albert, Bessie.

How Bob and I kept house.

New York, The Authors' Pub. Co. [c1880]

Wright bibliography number 35.

Reel: A-5


Alborn, George Clarence.

Ish Kerioth. The story of a traitor.

Boston, Morning publishing house. 1904

Wright bibliography number 20.

Reel: 2


Alcott, Louisa May.

Hospital sketches.

Boston, J. Redpath. 1863

Wright bibliography number 30.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

Hospital sketches and Camp and fireside stories.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1869

Wright bibliography number 31.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

… A modern Mephistopheles.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1877

Wright bibliography number 36.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

A modern Mephistopheles, and A whisper in the dark.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1889

Wright bibliography number 37.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

Moods.

Boston, Loring. [c1864]

Wright bibliography number 32.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

On picket duty, and Other tales.

Boston, J. Redpath. [c1864]

Wright bibliography number 33.

Reel: A-5


Alcott, Louisa May.

Transcendental wild oats.

In [W.F. Gill] ed., Laurel leaves.


Alcott, Louisa May.

Work.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1873

Wright bibliography number 34.

Reel: A-6


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Aunt Hanna and Martha and John.

Boston, D. Lothrop. [c1891]

Wright bibliography number 38; by Pansy (Mrs. G.R. Alden and Mrs. C.M. Livingston).

Reel: A-5


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

The Browns at Mt. Hermon.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 15; by Pansy.

Reel: 2


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

By way of the wilderness.

Boston, Lothrop Pub. Co. [1899]

Wright bibliography number 39; by "Pansy" (Mrs. G.R. Alden) and Mrs. C.M. Livingston.

Reel: A-5


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

David Ranson's watch.

Boston: Lothrops publishing co. [1905]

Wright bibliography number 21; by Pansy (Mrs. G.R. Alden).

Reel: 2


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Divers women.

Livingston. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. c1908

Wright bibliography number 16; by Pansy and Mrs. C.M.

Reel: 2


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

John Remington, martyr.

Boston, D. Lothrop. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 40; by Mrs. G.R. Alden (Pansy) and Mrs. C.M. Livingston.

Reel: A-6


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

The king's daughter.

Boston, Lothrop pub. Co. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 22; Pansy [pseud.].

Reel: 3


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Mara.

Boston, Lothrop pub. Co. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 23; by "Pansy" (Mrs. G.R. Alden).

Reel: 3


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Missent; or, The story of a letter.

Boston, Lothrop Pub. Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 41; by "Pansy" (Mrs. G.R. Alden).

Reel: A-6


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Ruth Erskine's son.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1907

Wright bibliography number 17; by Pansy; ill. By Louise Clark.

Reel: 2


Alden, Isabella (MacDonald).

Unto the end.

Boston, Lothrop Publishing Co. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 24; by Pansy (Mrs. G.R. Alden).

Reel: 3


Alden, Joseph.

Alice Gordon. Or, The uses of orphanages.

New York, Harper. [1847]

Wright bibliography number 8.

Reel: A-1


Alden, Joseph.

Elizabeth Benton; or, Religion in connection with fashionable life.

New York, Harper. 1846

Wright bibliography number 9.

Reel: A-1


Alden, Joseph.

The lawyer's daughter.

New York, Harper. [1847]

Wright bibliography number 10.

Reel: A-1


Alden, Joseph.

The old Revolutioner.

[New York, Gates & Stedman]. [1847]

Wright bibliography number 11.

Reel: A-1


Alden, Joseph.

The young schoolmistress.

New York, Harper. 1848

Wright bibliography number 13.

Reel: A-1

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