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Reel: 171
Vesey, Arthur Henry.

The castle of lies.

New York, D. Appleton. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1725.



Reel: 171
Viele, Herman Knickerbocker.

On the lightship.

New York, Duffield. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1726; Introduction by Thomas A. Janvier.



Reel: 171
Nicholson, Meredith.

The main chance.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merril co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1656; Illustrated by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 172
Nicholson, Meredith.

Zelda Dameron.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1657; With drawings by John Cecil Clay.



Reel: 172
Nicolls, William Jasper.

Graystone. A novel.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1658.



Reel: 172
Nicolovius, Ludwig.

Unique tales.

New York, Abbey Press. c1901

Wright bibliography number 1659; By M.Y.T.H. Myth [i.e. L. Nicolovius].



Reel: 172
Nicolovius, Ludwig.

The way to wings, and kindred sallies.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1660; By M.Y.T.H. Myth [i.e. L. Nicolovius].



Reel: 172
Nixdorff, Henry Morris.

White Rock, and other stories.

New York, Abbey press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1661.



Reel: 172
Noble, Alden Charles.

Scott, who was nine. A tale of the joyous universe.

Chicago, Blue Sky press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1663.



Reel: 172
Noble, Annette Lucile.

A crazy angel.

New York, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1664; With the collaboration of Grace Lathrop Collin.



Reel: 172
Noble, Annette Lucile.

Under twelve flags.

New York, American Tract Society. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1665.



Reel: 172
Noble, Lydia Lvovna Pimenoff.

Before the dawn. A story of Russian life.

Boston; New York, Houghton, Mifflin and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1666; By Pimenoff-Noble.



Reel: 172
Stevens, Thomas Wood.

The parchment in the hollow hilt.

Chicago, Blue sky press. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1662; By Thomas Wood Stevens & Alden Charles Noble.



Reel: 172
Viereck, George Sylvester.

The house of the vampire.

New York, Maffat, Yard. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1727.



Reel: 172
Vincent, Clarence A.

Night and the stars. A tale of the Western Reserve.

Chicago, Winona Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1728.



Reel: 172
Vinson, Elmer Ellsworth.

An amateur performance.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1730.



Reel: 172
Vorse, Mary Marvin Heaton.

The breaking in a yachtman's wife.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1733; With illustrations by Reginald B. Birch.



Reel: 172
Vorys, George W.

Billikin and others: being a collection of express stories.

Ann Arbor, Mich., Ann Arbor Press. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1734; Written and illustrated by George W. Vorys.



Reel: 172
Wade, Blanche Elizabeth.

The stained glass lady. An idyl.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1735; With frontispiece and other drawings by Blanche Ostertag.



Reel: 172
Waggaman, Mary Teresa McKee.

Eric; or, The black finger.

Philadelphia, H.L. Kilner. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1737; Reprinted from "The Messenger.".



Reel: 172
Walcott, Earle Ashley.

The open door. A romance of mystery, time, 1905.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1740; Illustrated by Arthur William Brown.



Reel: 172
Walk, Charles Edmonds.

The Paternoster ruby.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1741; With five illustrations by J.V. McFall.



Reel: 172
Walk, Charles Edmonds.

The silver blade. The true chronicle of a double mystery.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1742; With five illustrations in color by A.B. Wenzell.



Reel: 172
Norman, English.

Melvina Drew.

New York, Broadway pub. Co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 1667.



Reel: 173
Norris, Frank.

A deal in wheat and other stories of the new and old West.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1668; Illustrated by Remington, Leyendecker, Hitchcock and Hooper.



Reel: 173
Norris, Frank.

The octopus. A story of California.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1669.



Reel: 173
Norris, Frank.

The pit. A story of Chicago.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1670.



Reel: 173
Norris, Mary Harriott.

The grapes of wrath. A tale of North and South.

Boston, Small, Maynard & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1671.



Reel: 173
Norris, Zoe Anderson.

The color of his soul.

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1672.



Reel: 173
Norris, Zoe Anderson.

The quest of Polly Locke.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1673.



Reel: 173
North, Mary M.

A prairie-schooner. A romance of the plains of Kansas.

Washington, Neale pub. Co. c1902

Wright bibliography number 1674.



Reel: 173
Walk, Charles Edmonds.

The yellow circle.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1743; With four illustrations by Will Grefe.



Reel: 173
Wall, Ida Blanche Ford.

Comedy of petty conflicts.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1745.



Reel: 173
Wall, Mary Virginia.

The daughter of Virginia Dare.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1746.



Reel: 173
Wallace, Dillon.

Ungava Bob. A winter's tale.

New York, F.H. Revell. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1747; Ill. by Samuel M. Palmer.



Reel: 173
Wallin, Clarence Monroe.

Gena of the Appalachians.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1749.



Reel: 173
Walsh, Julia C.

Tooralladdy.

New York, Benziger Brothers. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1750l.



Reel: 173
Walter, Eugene.

The great issue; or, The undertow.

New York, C.H. Doscher. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1751.



Reel: 173
Walton, Esmee.

Aurora of Poverty hill.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1756; Illustrated by Hudson.



Reel: 173
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

A chariot of fire.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1757.



Reel: 173
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

The empty house, and other stories.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1758.



Reel: 173
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Jonathan and David.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1759; With illustrations by W.T. Smedley.



Reel: 173
Northrop, Henry Davenport.

John Winslow.

New York, G.W. Dillingham co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1675; Illustrated by J.S. Moyer.



Reel: 174
Norton, Roy.

Guilty. The magazine-gun tragedy.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1676; By Roy E. Norton and Wm. C. Hallowell…over thirty pen drawings and half-tones from original photographs.



Reel: 174
Noyes, Charles Johnson.

Patriot and Tory. A tale of stirring times and sturdy souls.

Boston, H.A. Dickerman & son. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1677.



Reel: 174
Ober, Frederick Albion.

"Old Put" the patriot.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1678.



Reel: 174
Ober, Frederick Albion.

Tommy Foster's adventures among the Southwest Indians.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1679; With illustrations by S.M. Arthur.



Reel: 174
Ober, Frederick Albion.

The war chiefs. A story of the Spanish conquerors in Santo Domingo.

New York, E.P. Dutton and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1680.



Reel: 174
[O'Conor, John Francis Xavier].

The tragedy that wins, and other short stories.

Philadelphia, J.J. McVey. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1681.



Reel: 174
O'Day, John Christopher.

Oil wells in the woods.

Deposit, N.Y., Oquaga press. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1682; With illustrations by Ethel Farmer and photographs collected by the author.



Reel: 174
Odenheimer, Cordelia Powell.

The phantom caravan.

New York, Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1683.



Reel: 174
Oeston, Agata Dolores Marcedes.

A story within a story.

Washington, Neale Pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1684; By Dawn Graye [i.e. A.D.M. Oeston].



Reel: 174
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

The man in the case.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1760; Illustrated by Henry J. Peck.



Reel: 174
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Though life us do part.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1762; With a frontispiece by Clarence F. Underwood.



Reel: 174
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Walled in. A novel.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1763; Illustrated by Clarence F. Underwood.



Reel: 174
Waring, Robert Lewis.

As we see it.

Washington, D.C., Press of C.F. Sudwarth. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1767.



Reel: 174
Warman, Cy.

The last spike, and other railroad stories.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1768.



Reel: 174
Warner, Adam Dixon.

Folcarinia. A political love story.

Denver, Col., Smith-Brooks Prtg. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1770.



Reel: 174
Warren, Benjamin Clark.

In the land of the Romburg. A society story.

New York, Broadway Pub Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1771.



Reel: 174
Warren, Maude lavinia Radford.

The land of the living. A novel.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1772.



Reel: 174
Warren, Maude lavinia Radford.

Peter-Peter. A romance out of town.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1773; By Maude Radford Warren; illustrated by Rose O'Neill.



Reel: 174
Ogden, George Washington.

Tennessee Todd. A novel of the great river.

New York, A.S. Barnes & Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1685; With frontispiece by W. Herbert Dunton.



Reel: 175
O'Higgins, Harvey Jerrold.

The smoke-eaters. The story of a fire crew.

New York, Century. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1686.



Reel: 175
Older, Cora Miranda Baggerly.

The giants.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1687; By Mrs. Fremont Older.



Reel: 175
Older, Cora Miranda Baggerly.

The socialist and the prince.

New York, Funk & Wagnalls Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1688; By Mrs. Fremont Older; frontispiece by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 175
Oldham, Callie Bruce.

Down South in Dixie.

Akron, O., Werner co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1689; Illustrated by W.L. Sheppard.



Reel: 175
Oliphant, Blossom Drum.

A dog-day journal.

New York, Abbey Press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1691; By Blossom Drum.



Reel: 175
Oliphant, Blossom Drum.

Mrs. Lemon's neighbors.

New York, Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1692.



Reel: 175
O'Loan, Charlotte A.

A blighted rose.

Detroit, Mich., Angelus pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1690; By Joseph F. Wynne [i.e. C.A. O'Loan].



Reel: 175
O'Neill, Frederic Charles.

Short talks to young toilers.

New York, Christian press association pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1693; By Rev. Fred C. O'Neill.



Reel: 175
Washburn, Eva Jane.

"Eureka".

Paducah, Ky., Sun Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1774.



Reel: 175
Wason, Robert Alexander.

Happy Hawkins.

Boston, Small, Maynard. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1776; Illustrated by Howard Giles.



Reel: 175
Wasson, George Savary.

Home from sea.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1777; With illustrations by the author.



Reel: 175
Waterloo, Stanley.

The Cassowary. What chanced in the Cleft mountains.

Chicago, Monarch Book Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1778.



Reel: 175
Waters, Russell Judson.

El estranjero (The stranger). A story of Southern California.

Chicago, Rand, McNally. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1779; Ill. by Will E. Chapin.



Reel: 175
Watrous, Elizabeth Snowden Nichols.

It: being our individual magneto.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1780.



Reel: 175
Watson, Gilbert.

Forbidden ground.

New York, John Lane. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1781.



Reel: 175
Wattles, Wallace Delois.

Hell-fire Harrison.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1782; Illustrated and decorated in colors by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 175
Way, L.N.

The call of the heart.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1783;Frontispiece illustration by Ch. Weber Ditzler.



Reel: 175
O'Neill, Frederic Charles.

Twenty-nine chats and one scolding.

New York, Christian Press Association Pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1694; By Rev. Fred C. O'Neill.



Reel: 176
[O'Neill, Henry J.].

The travels of John Wryland; being an account of his journey to Tibet, of his founding a kingdom on the island of Palti, and of his war against the Ne-ar Bians.

London, International news co., Allentown, Pa., Equitable Pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1695.



Reel: 176
O'Neill, Rose Cecil.

The loves of Edwy. Tale and drawings.

Boston, Lothrop publishing company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1696.



Reel: 176
Orcutt, Emma Louise.

Esther Mather. A romance.

New York, Grafton press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1697.



Reel: 176
Orcutt, William Dana.

The flower of destiny. An episode.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1698; Illustrated by Charlotte Weber.



Reel: 176
Orcutt, William Dana.

Robert Cavalier. The romance of the Sieur de La Salle and his discovery of the Mississippi River.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1699; Illustrated by Charlotte Weber.



Reel: 176
Orgain, Kate Alma.

A waif from Texas.

Austin, Tex., B.C. Jones & co., printers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1700.



Reel: 176
Osborne, Duffield.

The lion's brood.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1701; Illustrated by Walter Satterlee.



Reel: 176
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Baby Bullet. The bubble of destiny.

New York, D. Appleton. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1702.



Reel: 176
Way, Norman.

Mary Jane's pa.

New York, Grossett & Dunlap. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1784; From the play of the same name by Edith Ellis.



Reel: 176
Wayne, Charles Stokes.

The city of encounters.

New York, M. Kennerley. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1785; Illustrations by Harry Stacey Benton.



Reel: 176
Wayne, Charles Stokes.

The marriage of Mrs. Merlin.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1786; Illustrations by Louis F. Grant.



Reel: 176
Webster, Henry Kitchell.

The whispering man.

New York, D. Appleton. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1787.



Reel: 176
[Webster, Jean].

The four-pools mystery.

New York Century. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1788.



Reel: 176
Weiman, Rita.

Playing the game. The story of a society girl.

New York, Cupples & Leon. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1789.



Reel: 176
Wells, Amos Russel.

Tuxedo avenue to Walter street: being the story of a transplanted church.

New York, Funk and Wagnalls. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1790; Illustrated by Josephine Bruce.



Reel: 176
Wells, Carolyn.

The clue.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1791; With a frontispiece by Frances Rogers.



Reel: 176
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Love, the fiddler.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1703.



Reel: 177
Osbourne, Lloyd.

The motormaniacs.

Indianapolis. The Bobbs-Merrill company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1704.



Reel: 177
O'Sullivan, Vincent.

A dissertation upon second fiddles.

London, G. Richards. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1705.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

Anne Carmel.

New York, Macmillan co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1706; With illustrations by Arthur I. Keller.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

Captains of the world.

New York, Macmillan co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1707.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

The heritage of unrest.

New York, Macmillan co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1709.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

The olden chain.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1708.



Reel: 177
[Owen, Belle].

A prairie winter.

New York, The Outlook company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1710; By an Illinois girl.



Reel: 177
Pafflow, Charles W.

The mysteries of the Zimniy dvoretz (Winter palace): a Russian historical novel.

New York, Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1711.



Reel: 177
Page, Kate Nelson.

Tommy Atkins episode and other stories.

New York, Abbey Press. c1902

Wright bibliography number 1712.



Reel: 177
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Bred in the bond.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1713; Illustrated.



Reel: 177
Welty, Cora Gottschalk.

The masquerading of Margaret.

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

Wright bibliography number 1792.



Reel: 177
Westermayr, Arthur Joseph.

Power of innocence.

New York, R.F. Fenno. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1793; Illustrated by Lillian Adams.



Reel: 177
Westley, George Hembert.

The maid and the miscreant.

Boston, Mayhew Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1794.



Reel: 177
Whalen, William Wilfrid.

Bridget; or, What's in a name?.

Boston, Mayhew Pub. Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1795.



Reel: 177
Whalen, William Wilfrid.

The lilly of the coal fields.

Boston, Mayhew Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1796.



Reel: 177
Wheat, Lu.

Ah Moy. The story of a Chinese girl.

New York, Grafton Press. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1798; Illustrated by Mary E. Curren.



Reel: 177
Wheat, Lu.

Helen. A story of things to be.

New York, Grafton Press. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1799.



Reel: 177
Wheat, Lu.

The third daughter. A story of Chinese home life.

Los Angeles, Cal., Oriental Pub. Co. [1906]

Wright bibliography number 1800.



Reel: 177
Wheeler, James Cooper.

Captain Pete of Cortesana.

New York, E.P. Dutton. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1802.



Reel: 177
Page, Thomas Nelson.

A captured Santa Claus.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1714; With ill. by W.L. Jacobs.



Reel: 178
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Gordon Keith.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1715; With ill. by George Wright.



Reel: 178
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The commuters. The story of a little hearth and garden.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1716.



Reel: 178
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The great white way. A record of an unusual voyage of discovery, and some romantic love affairs and strange surroundings. The whole recounted by one Nicholas Chase, promoter of the expedition, whose reports have been arranged for publication by Albert Bigelow Paine.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1717; With drawings by Barnard J. Rosenmeyer; sketches by Chauncey Gale; and maps etc., from Mr. Chase's note book.


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