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Alden, William Livingston.

The cruise of the "Ghost.".

New York, Harper & brothers. [c1909]

Wright bibliography number 18.

Reel: 2


Alden, William Livingston.

Domestic explosives, and other sixth column fancies.

New York, Lovell, Adam, Wesson. 1877

Wright bibliography number 42; (from The New York Times).

Reel: A-6


Alden, William Livingston.

Drewitt's dream: a story.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 25.

Reel: 3


Alden, William Livingston.

The flying March.

In I. Bacheller, ed., Best things from American literature.


Alden, William Livingston.

Shooting stars as observed from the "sixth column" of the Times.

New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1878

Wright bibliography number 43.

Reel: A-6


Alden, William Livingston.

Told by the colonel.

New York. J.S. Tait. [c1893]

Wright bibliography number 44.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Anne Reeve.

The feet of love.

New York, Worthington Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 45.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Anne Reeve.

Gabriel Lusk.

New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1894

Wright bibliography number 46.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Anne Reeve.

A village Ophelia.

New York, G.W. Dillingham Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 47.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Flora L.S.

The one man.

Boston, Roxburgh Pub. Co. [c1910]

Wright bibliography number 19; by Dr. (Mrs.) F.L.S. Aldrich.

Reel: 2


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Daisy's necklace: and what came of it.

New York, Derby & Jackson. 1857

Wright bibliography number 35.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

The little violinist.

[Cambridge, University Press, J. Wilson]. 1880

Wright bibliography number 48; reprinted with the author's permission, and sold at the Fair of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Marjorie Daw, and Other people.

Boston, J.R. Osgood. 1873

Wright bibliography number 36.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

…Marjorie Daw, and other stories.

Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1885

Wright bibliography number 49.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

A midnight fantasy, and The little violinist.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co., late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood & Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 50.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Miss Mehetabel's son.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 51.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Out of his head.

New York, Carleton. 1862

Wright bibliography number 37.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Pere Antoine's date palm.

Cambridge, Welch, Bigelow. 1866

Wright bibliography number 38.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Prudence Palfrey.

Boston, J.R. Osgood. 1874

Wright bibliography number 39.

Reel: A-6


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

… The queen of Sheba.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 52.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

A Rivermouth romance.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 53.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

A sea turn and other matters.

Boston; New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 26.

Reel: 3


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

The second son.

See Oliphant, Margaret Oliphant (Wilson).


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

The Stillwater tragedy.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1880

Wright bibliography number 54.

Reel: A-7


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey.

Two bites at a cherry, with other tales.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 55.

Reel: A-7


Aleck and Pete; or "The hand of the diligent maketh rich.".

St. Louis, S.W. Book and Pub. Co. 1870

Wright bibliography number 40.

Reel: A-6


Aleth [pseud.].

Ernestin; or, The heart's longing.

New York, Stanford & Delisser. 1858

Wright bibliography number 41.

Reel: A-6


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Angel Agnes; or, The heroine of the Yellow Fever plague in Shreveport.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1873

Wright bibliography number 42; by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

The angel of the battle-field.

New York, American News Co. 1865

Wright bibliography number 43; by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

The baby on the door step; or, A rich jealous woman's revenge. How she broke up the happy home of her rival, and her terrible punishment when detected.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1886

Wright bibliography number 56.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Bertha Barton, the boat builder's daughter: the most lucky high school girl of this city, who rescued Sir George Gaunt during the great yacht race between the Puritan and Genesta and was afterwards married by him.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1886

Wright bibliography number 57; edited by Wellesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Brigham Young's daughter: a most thrilling narrative of her escape from Utah with her intended husband.

Philadelphia, C.W. Alexander. [c1870]

Wright bibliography number 44.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Carrie Clancy, the heroine of the Atlantic. A full account of the services which this noble young lady, who is a poor fisherman's daughter, rendered on the occasion of the wreck of the Atlantic on the Nova Scotian coast.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1873

Wright bibliography number 45.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

General Sherman's Indian spy: a singularly thrilling narrative of Wenonah…Scouting from Atlanta through Georgia and South Carolina.

Philadelphia, C.W. Alexander. c1865

Wright bibliography number 46; by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Mattie Stephenson, the sweet young martyr of Memphis.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1873

Wright bibliography number 45A.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Maud of the Mississippi. A companion to Pauline of the Potomac.

Philadelphia, C.W. Alexander. c1863

Wright bibliography number 47; by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Only a mill girl! Or, Vinnie Roche's sad fate. A true and touching account of "The beauty of Glendale Silk Mill." How she was cruelly betrayed by the son of a wealthy mill owner. Sent to America and cast adrift among strangers!.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1879

Wright bibliography number 58.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Pauline of the Potomac; or, General McClellan's spy.

Philadelphia, Barclay. c1862

Wright bibliography number 48.

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

The picket slayer: the most thrilling story of the War.

Philadelphia, Alexander. c1863

Wright bibliography number 49; by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Poor Lizzie Lee, another victim of the notorious Madam La Farge. The full history of how a beautiful New York heiress was induced to elope with her father's coachman.

Philadelphia, Old Franklin Pub. House. c1872

Wright bibliography number 50; edited by Wesley Bradshaw [pseud.].

Reel: A-7


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Saved by Buffalo Bill during the ghost Dances of the wild Indians of Dakota.

Philadelphia, The Old Franklin Pub. House. c1891

Wright bibliography number 59.


[Alexander, Charles Wesley].

Washington's vision.

Philadelphia, C.W. Alexander. [c1864]

Wright bibliography number 51.

Reel: A-7


Alexander, J. Bell.

Malice: a tale of real life in the south.

Mobile, Strickland & Benjamin. 1852

Wright bibliography number 52.


Alexander, James Bradum.

The Lunarian professor and his remarkable revelations concerning the earth, the moon and Mars. Together with an account of the cruise of Sally Ann.

Minneapolis. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 20.

Reel: 2


Alexander, Matilda (Greathouse).

Going West; or, Homes for the homeless.

Indianapolis, Carlton & Hollenbeck. 1881

Wright bibliography number 60.

Reel: A-7


Alexander, Matilda (Greathouse).

Worth wins.

St. Louis, Commercial Printing Co. 1882

Wright bibliography number 61.

Reel: A-8


[Alexander, O.C.].

The hermit of Aleova: or, The shepherd girl's triumph.

By Rob. Rapler [pseud.] Albany, J. Munsell. 1857

Wright bibliography number 52A.

Reel: A-7


Alexander, Sigmund Bowman.

A moral blot.

Boston, Arena Pub. Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 62.

Reel: A-8


Alexander, Sigmund Bowman.

Ten of us.

Boston, Laughton, Macdonald & Co. [c1887]

Wright bibliography number 63.

Reel: A-8


Alexander, Sigmund Bowman.

The veiled beyond.

New York, Cassell & Co., Ltd. [c1888]

Wright bibliography number 64.

Reel: A-8


Alexander, Taylor.

Itoma: a forest romance.

Newport, N.Y., Kuhahora Press. c1909

Wright bibliography number 21.

Reel: 3


Alfredus [pseud.].

The needle-woman.

[Boston]. 1871

Wright bibliography number 52B.

Reel: A-7


Algatchie [pseud.].

Seen and unseen.

New York, G.W. Carleton & Co.; [etc.]. 1876

Wright bibliography number 65.

Reel: A-8


Alger, Horatio, Jr.

Bertha's Christmas vision.

Boston, Brown, Bazin. 1856

Wright bibliography number 53.

Reel: A-7


Alger, Horatio, Jr.

Miss Henderson's Thanksgiving Day.

In M.M. Ballou, The sea-witch.


Alger, Horatio, Jr.

Timothy Crump's ward.

Boston, Loring. 1866

Wright bibliography number 54.

Reel: A-7


Alger, Horatio, Jr.

The two acre lot.

In S. Cobb, The maniac's secret.


Alice Granger: a tale of the West.

Cincinnati, I. Hart. 1852

Wright bibliography number 55; by a lady.

Reel: A-7


Aliunde; or, Love ventures.

New York, C.P. Somerby. 1877

Wright bibliography number 66.

Reel: A-8


All for her: or, St. Jude's assistant.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1877

Wright bibliography number 67; by…?.

Reel: A-8


All for him.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1877

Wright bibliography number 68; by…?.

Reel: A-9


All on account of Eliza.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1881

Wright bibliography number 69.

Reel: A-9


Allen, Alfred.

The heart of Don Vega.

Westerly, R.I., G.G. Champlin. 1888

Wright bibliography number 71.

Reel: A-9


Allen, Anne Story.

Merry hearts: the adventures of two bachelor maids.

New York, Holt & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 28; with frontispiece by Eliot Keen.

Reel: 3


Allen, Anne Story.

Tales of a terrier.

New York; London, The Abbey Press. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 29.

Reel: 3


Allen, Axie [pseud.].

Emma Moore.

In M.G. Clarke, comp., Sunshine and shadows.


Allen, Clare.

Ellen Ashe. A story.

Dayton, O., Press of the U.B. publishing house. 1905

Wright bibliography number 30.

Reel: 3


Allen, Elizabeth.

Sketches of Green Mountain life; with an autobiography of the author.

Lowell [Mass.] N. L. Dayton. 1846

Wright bibliography number 14.

Reel: A-2


[Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers].

The triangular society. Leaves from the life of a Portland family.

Portland, Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1886

Wright bibliography number 72.

Reel: A-9


Allen, Frank Waller.

Back to Arcady.

Boston, H.B. Tarner & company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 31; [by] Frank Waller Allen.

Reel: 3


Allen, Frank Waller.

The golden road.

New York, Wessels & Bissell. 1910

Wright bibliography number 22; with ill. And decorations by George Hood.

Reel: 3


Allen, Frank Waller.

The maker of joys.

Kansas City, Mo., Greyriars' Shop. c1907

Wright bibliography number 23.

Reel: 3

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