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Reel: 62
Foster, Isabel.

The true possession.

Baltimore, W.J.C. Dulany. 1907

Wright bibliography number 578.



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Foster, Joshua Hill.

The judgment day. A story of the seven years of great tribulation.

Louisville, Ky., Baptist World Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 579.



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Foster, Mary Louise.

Old lady number 31.

New York, Century. 1909

Wright bibliography number 580; By Mary Louise Forrslund [pseud.].



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Foster, Maximilian.

Corrie who?.

Boston, Small, Maynard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 581; Illustrated by George Brehm.



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Foster, Robert Frederick.

Cab no. 44.

New York, Frederick A. Stokes. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 582.



Reel: 62
[Foulke, William Dudley].

The Quaker boy: a tale of the outgoing generation as it appears chronicled in the autobiography of Robert Barclay Dillingham.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 583.



Reel: 62
France, Lewis B.

No stranger to my neighbor.

Denver, Outdoor Life Pub. Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 584; Ill. by Charles Edgar Shaw.



Reel: 62
De Castre, Adolphe Danziger.

Children of fate. A story of passion.

New York, Brentano's. 1905

Wright bibliography number 614.



Reel: 63
De Courcy, M[atthias] B[odine].

Sons of the Red Rose. A story of the rail in the early '80's.

Washington, D.C. J.W. Cannon. c1905

Wright bibliography number 615.



Reel: 63
De Koven, Anna (Farwell) "Mrs. Reginald De Koven.".

…By the waters of Babylon. [A novel].

Chicago, H.S. Stone and company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 616.



Reel: 63
Dearborn, Malcolm.

Bethsaida. A story of the time of Christ.

New York, G.W. Dillingham company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 612.



Reel: 63
Dearborn, Malcolm.

Lionel Ardon. A tale of chivalry in the days of Queen Mary, Elizabeth, and Lady Jane Grey.

New York, G.W. Dillingham company. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 613.



Reel: 63
Deland, Margaret Wade (Campbell).

The common way.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 617.



Reel: 63
Deland, Margaret Wade (Campbell).

Dr. Lavendar's people.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 618; Illustrated by Lucius Hitchcock.



Reel: 63
Delannoy, Burford.

M.R.C.S.


London; New York, Ward, Lock & co., ltd. [1903?]

Wright bibliography number 620; Illustrations by Adolf Thiede.



Reel: 63
Delannoy, Burford.

The Margate mystery.

New York, Brentano's. 1901

Wright bibliography number 619.



Reel: 63
Delanoy, Mary Frances Hanford.

Coals of fire.

New York; London, The Abbey press. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 621.



Reel: 63
Fraser, Georgia.

Crow-step.

New York, Witter and Kintner. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 585.



Reel: 63
Frayser, Nannie Lee.

Little prodigals.

Cleveland, O., F.M. Barton. 1910

Wright bibliography number 586.



Reel: 63
Freear, Robert Louis.

Nancy Hart, an American heroine.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 587.



Reel: 63
Freeman, Mary Eleanor (Wilkins).

"Doc" Gordon.

New York, Authors and Newspapers Association. 1906

Wright bibliography number 588; By Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman; illustrated in water-colors by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 63
[Freeman, William Neely].

Saint Mammon. A novel of American Society.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 589.



Reel: 63
[French, Alloe].

By inheritance.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill company. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 590; Octave Thanet; with ill. by Thomas Fogarty.



Reel: 63
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

The panther. A tale of temptation.

Boston, Small, Maynard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 591; By Anne Warner; with pictures by Paul K.M. Thomas.



Reel: 63
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

Seeing England with Uncle John.

New York, Century. 1908

Wright bibliography number 592; By Anne Warner; with ill. by Frederic R. Gruger.



Reel: 63
De Morgan, John.

On to Quebec; or, With Montgomery in Canada.

New York, Street & Smith. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 622.



Reel: 64
De Pue, Edward Spence.

Dr. Nicholas Stone.

New York, G.W. Dillingham company. [1905]

Wright bibliography number 625; Illustrated by Frank X. Chamberlin.



Reel: 64
De Vane, L.C.

Doctor Carrington.

New York, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 628.



Reel: 64
Denny, Mary Louise.

The doctor and the parson.

New York; Washington, The Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 623.



Reel: 64
Deppen, Anna Chase.

Our right to love.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. Co. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 624.



Reel: 64
[Desmond, Arthur].

Rival Caesars. A romance of ambition, love and war: being the tale of a vice-president, a major-general and three brilliant and beautiful women.

Chicago, Thurland & Thurland. 1903

Wright bibliography number 626; By Desmond Dilg [pseud. Of Arthur Desmond and Will H. Dilg].



Reel: 64
Desmond, Harry William.

The heart of woman. The love story of Catrina Rutherford. Contained in the writing of Alexander Adams; transmitted to Harry W. Desmond.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 627.



Reel: 64
Devereux, Mary.

Lafitte of Louisiana.

Boston, Little, Brown, and company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 629; Illustrated by Harry C. Edwards.



Reel: 64
Devereux, Mary.

Up and down the sands of gold.

Boston, Little, Brown and Company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 630.



Reel: 64
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

Seeing France with Uncle John.

New York, Century. 1906

Wright bibliography number 593; By Anne Warner; with ill. by May Wilson Preston.



Reel: 64
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

Susan Clegg and a man in the house.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1907

Wright bibliography number 594; By Anne Warner; illustrated from drawings by Alice Barber Stephens.



Reel: 64
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

Susan Clegg and her neighbors' affairs.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1906

Wright bibliography number 595; By Anne Warner.



Reel: 64
French, Anna Richmond (Warner).

Your child and mine.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1909

Wright bibliography number 596; By Anne Warner.



Reel: 64
French, Charles Seldon.

The worship of the golden calf. A story of wage-slavery in Massachusetts.

Dalton, Mass., C.S. French. 1908

Wright bibliography number 597.



Reel: 64
French, Davida.

No included in a sheepskin. Stanford stories.

Stanford, Calif., Stanford Book Store. [1907]

Wright bibliography number 598; By Davida French, Esther Stevens, Laura Wells.



Reel: 64
Friedman, I[saac] K[ahn].

The radical.

New York, D. Appleton. 1907

Wright bibliography number 599.



Reel: 64
Frost, Thomas Gold.

The man of destiny.

New York, Gramercy Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 600; With ill. by S. Nemtzoff.



Reel: 64
De Vore, J[ames] W[illiam].

Somewhat of a liar myself. [A story].

New York; London, F.T. Neely Co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 631; With an introduction by Joseph Tyler Butts.



Reel: 65
Dibble, Henry C.

The sequel to a tragedy. A story of the far West.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 634.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

Duke of Devil-May-Care.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 635.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

The Ravenels. A novel.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 636; Illustrated by Seymour M. Stone [4th ed.].



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

She that hesitates.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 637;The illustrations by C.M. Reelyea.



Reel: 65
Dickson, Harris.

The siege of Lady Resolute. A novel.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 638.



Reel: 65
Dillon, Mary C. Johnson.

The rose of old St. Louis.

New York, The Century co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 639; With illustrations by Andre Castaigne and C.M. Reyes.



Reel: 65
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The beau's comedy.

New York; London, Harper & bros. 1902

Wright bibliography number 640; By Beulah Marie Dix & Carrie A. Harper.



Reel: 65
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The fair maid of Graystones.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 641.



Reel: 65
Frothingham, Eugenia Brooks.

The evasion.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1906

Wright bibliography number 601.



Reel: 65
Fuller, Caroline Macomber.

Brunhilde's paying guest. A story of the South to-day.

New York, Century. 1907

Wright bibliography number 603; By Caroline Fuller.



Reel: 65
Fuller, Henry B[lake].

Waldo Trench, and others. Stories of Americans in Italy.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1908

Wright bibliography number 604.



Reel: 65
Futrelle, Jacques.

The diamond master.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 605; Illustrated by Herman Pfeifer.



Reel: 65
Futrelle, Jacques.

The simple case of Susan.

New York, D. Appleton. 1908

Wright bibliography number 606.



Reel: 65
Gale, Oliver Marble.

A knight of the wilderness.

Chicago, Reilly & Britton. 1909

Wright bibliography number 607; By Oliver Marble Gale and Harriet Wheeler; illustrated by Ivin Ney.



Reel: 65
Gallatin, Francis Dawson.

An unfinished divorce; or, Her better self.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 608.



Reel: 65
Gardenshire, Samuel Major.

The long arm.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1906

Wright bibliography number 609.



Reel: 65
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The life, treason, and death of James Blount of Breckenhow.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 642; Comp. From the Rowlastone papers and ed. By Beulah Marie Dix.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

A little captive lad.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1902

Wright bibliography number 643; With illustrations by Will Grefe.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

The making of Christopher Ferringham.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1902

Wright bibliography number 644.



Reel: 66
Dix, Beulah Marie.

Soldier Rigdale. How he sailed in the "Mayflower." And how he served Miles Standish.

New York, The Macmillan co.; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1905

Wright bibliography number 645; With illustrations by Reginald B. Birch.



Reel: 66
Dix, Edwin Asa.

Old Bowen's legacy. A novel.

New York, The Century co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 646.



Reel: 66
Dixon, J[ames] Qallan.

Genevieve de Brabant. An original novel of fact and fiction. A romance of love, travel, self-sacrifice, adventure and war in France, England, Italy, Malta and South Africa.

[Chicago]. [c1904]

Wright bibliography number 647.



Reel: 66
Dixon, Thomas.

… The leopard's spots. A romance of the white man's burden--1865-1900.

New York, Doubleday, Page & Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 649; By Thomas Dixon, jr.; illustrated by C.D. Williams.



Reel: 66
Gardenshire, Samuel Major.

Purple and homespun. A novel.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1908

Wright bibliography number 610.



Reel: 66
Gardiner, Ruth Kimball.

The world and the woman.

New York, A.S. Barnes. 1907

Wright bibliography number 611.



Reel: 66
Gardner, Ethellyn.

Letters of the motor girl.

Boston, New England News. c1906

Wright bibliography number 612.



Reel: 66
Garland, Hamlin.

Witch's gold: being a new and enlarged version of "The spirit of Sweetwater.".

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1906

Wright bibliography number 613.



Reel: 66
Gates, Eleanor.

Good-night (Buenas noches).

New York, T.Y. Crowell. c1907

Wright bibliography number 614; Ill. by Arthur Rackham.



Reel: 66
Gates, Susa Young.

John Stevens' courtship. A story of the Echo Canyon war.

Salt Lake City, Deseret News. 1909

Wright bibliography number 616.



Reel: 66
Gay, Mary Ann Harris.

The transplanted. A story of Dixie before the war.

New York, Neal Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 617.



Reel: 66
Gay, Maude (Clark).

Paths crossing. A romance of the plains.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 618.



Reel: 66
Geiermann, Peter.

Margaret's influence. A secret of the confessional.

St. Louis, B. Herder. 1910

Wright bibliography number 619.



Reel: 66
Gellibrand, Emma.

J. Cole, the story of a boy.

New York, Dodge Pub. Co. c1907

Wright bibliography number 620; Illustrated by Christine Wright and Charles Whitlock Pancoast.



Reel: 66
Dixon, Thomas.

The leopard's spots. A romance of the white man's burden--1865-1900.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. [c1902]

Wright bibliography number 650; Illustrated by C.D. Williams.



Reel: 67
Dixon, Thomas.

The one woman. A story of modern Utopia.

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 651; By Thomas Dixon, jr., illustrated by B. West Clinedinst.



Reel: 67
Dodd, Anna Bowman (Blake).

The American husband in Paris.

Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 652.



Reel: 67
Dolly Winter. The letters of a friend which Joseph Harald is permitted to publish.

New York, J. Pott & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 653.

Reel: 67
Donnelly, Eleanor Cecilia.

Miss Varney's experience, and other stories.

Philadelphia, H.L. Kilner & co. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 654; By Eleanor C. Donnelly and Mary Genevieve Kilpatrick.



Reel: 67
Doonan, Grace (Wallace).

The ruler of the kingdom. And other phases of life and character.

New York, Cincinnati, Benziger brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 655; By Grace Keon [pseud.].



Reel: 67
Doree, Nadage.

Gelta; or, The czar and the songstress. A novel.

New York, Neely. [1907?]

Wright bibliography number 656; 3d and rev. ed.



Reel: 67
Douglas, Amanda Minnie.

Honor Sherburne.

New York, Dodd, Mead & company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 658.



Reel: 67
Douglas, Amanda Minnie.

A question of silence.

New York, Dodd, Mead & company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 659.



Reel: 67
Gellibrand, Emma.

Why the robin's breast is red.

[Chicago]. F.H. Revell. c1906

Wright bibliography number 621.



Reel: 67
George, Henry.

The romance of John Bainbridge.

New York, Macmillan. 1906

Wright bibliography number 622; By Henry George, Jr.



Reel: 67
Gerry, Margarita Spalding.

The flowers.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1910

Wright bibliography number 623; With ill. By Elizabeth Shippen Green.



Reel: 67
Gerry, Margarita Spalding.

The toy shop. A romantic story of Lincoln the man.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1908

Wright bibliography number 624.



Reel: 67
Ghosh, Sarath Kumar.

The prince of destiny. The new Krishna.

London, Rebman. 1909

Wright bibliography number 625.



Reel: 67
[Giberga, Ovidio].

Teddy in darkest Africa; or, The daring exploits of Bwana-Tumbo. An exciting narrative of thrilling adventures, and a song to nature.

[New York? s.n.]. 1910

Wright bibliography number 626; By Dr. Coggs. 1st ed.



Reel: 67
[Gibson, Peter].

The Medici viola. A legend.

New York, Priv. Print. 1909

Wright bibliography number 627; By Mario Malanotte.



Reel: 67
Gibson, Walter Ernest.

A marital messenger.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 628.



Reel: 67
Gielow, Martha (Sawyer).

Old Andy, the moonshiner.

Washington, D.C., W.F. Roberts. c1910

Wright bibliography number 629.



Reel: 67
Gifford, Franklin Kent.

The Bell Islers. A novel.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 630; By Richard Brinsley Newman; illustrated by Wallace Goldsmith.



Reel: 67
Douglas, Amanda Minnie.

A Sherburne inheritance.

New York, Dodd, Mead & company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 660.



Reel: 68
Douglas, Amanda Minnie.

A Sherburne quest.

New York, Dodd, Mead & company. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 661.



Reel: 68
Douglas, Malcolm.

He would be an actor. A story of the stage.

New York, The Metropolis publishing co. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 662.



Reel: 68
Douglass, James M.

The riding master and other stories.

New York, F.T. Neely. [c1902]

Wright bibliography number 663.



Reel: 68
Dow, Mrs. J.O.

The blue and the grey; or, After many days.

Chicago, M.A. Donohue & company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 664; By Mrs. J.C. Dow, sr.



Reel: 68
Downs, [Sarah Elizabeth (Forbush)] "Mrs. G.S. Downs.".

Katherine's sheaves.

New York; London, Street & Smith. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 665; By Mrs. Georgie Sheldon (Mrs. George Sheldon Downs).



Reel: 68
Doyen, E[dward] Grattan.

Satan of the modern world.

New York, Broadway publishing company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 667; [By] E. Grattan Doyen.



Reel: 68
Drayton, Henry Shipman.

In Oudemon. Reminiscences of an unknown people. By an occasional traveler.

New York, The Grafton press. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 668; Ed. by Henry S. Drayton.



Reel: 68
Drew, Anna Atwood.

The Karls of Karltonville and their new thought; or The life beautiful.

Boston, J.H. Earle & company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 669.



Reel: 68
Gilchrist, Annie (Somers).

Katharine Somerville; or, The Southland before and after the Civil War.

Nashville, Tenn., Press of Marshall & Bruce. 1906

Wright bibliography number 631; Illustrated by Rena Bernal Roberts.



Reel: 68
Gilchrist, Annie (Somers).

The night-rider's daughter.

Nashville, Tenn., Marshall and Bruce. c1910

Wright bibliography number 632.



Reel: 68
Gill, George Creswell.

Beyond the blue-grass. A Kentucky novel.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 633.



Reel: 68
Gill, Mary Gill.

A strange record.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 834; By Mount Houmas.



Reel: 68
Gilliam, Charles Frederic.

A victorious defeat. The story of a franchise.

Boston, Roxburgh Pub. Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 635; Illustrated by Ted Ireland.



Reel: 68
Gilliam, David Tod.

The rose croix.

New York, Saalfield Pub. Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 636; Illustrated by Ted Ireland.



Reel: 68
Gilliam, Edward Winslow.

Ravenswood.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 637.



Reel: 68
Gilliam, Edward Winslow.

Uncle Sam and the negro in 1920.

Lynchburg, Va., J.P. Bell. 1906

Wright bibliography number 638.



Reel: 68
Drew, Reginald.

By the king's command.

New York, Broadway publishing company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 670.



Reel: 69
Driscoll. Clara.

The girl of La Gloria.

New York; London, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1905

Wright bibliography number 671; Illustrated by Hugh W. Ditzler.



Reel: 69
Drysdale, William.

Pine Ridge plantation; or, The trials and successes of a young cotton planter.

New York, T.Y. Crowell & co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 673.



Reel: 69
Drysdale, William.

The young consul. A story of the Department of state.

Boston; Chicago, W.A. Wilde co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 674.


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