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Reel: 178
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The van dwellers. A strenuous quest for a home.

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

Wright bibliography number 1718.



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[Painter, Lydia Ethel (Farmer)].

Italian portraits in Engadine frames, G.E.X.

Wausau, Wis., The Philosopher press; Van Vechten & Ellis. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1719.



Reel: 178
Palmer, Frederick.

The Vagabond.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1730; Illustrated by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 178
Palmer, Frederick.

The ways of the service.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1721; Illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy.



Reel: 178
Pangborn, Frederic Werden.

The silent maid: being the story of Stille Maegth, her strange bewitchment and her wondrous song, and how she came to love a mortal man.

Boston, L.C. Page & company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1722.



Reel: 178
Wheeler, James Cooper.

There she blows! A whaling yarn.

New York, E.P. Dutton. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1804.



Reel: 178
Wheeler, Mary Sparkes.

As it is in heaven. By one of the redeemed.

Philadelphia, P.W. Ziegler. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1805.



Reel: 178
Whitaker, Herman.

The planter. A novel.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1806.



Reel: 178
Whitaker, Lydia.

The prophet of Martinique. A love story embracing a vivid account of the historic destruction by Mont Pelee.

New York, J.S. Barcus. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1807.



Reel: 178
Whitaker, Olivar Barr.

Dick Haley. A thrilling story of poverty, heroism and suffering, dealing with real life and a vital problem of our public schools.

Dayton, O. Christian Pub. Association. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1808.



Reel: 178
Whitcomb, Russell.

Comrades courageous. A story of two youths and the Frisco earthquake.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1809.



Reel: 178
White, Ansley DeForest.

The transgressor (published anonymously) and other stories: showing the effects of liquor upon society: and its coalition of evil sequalae [sic].

[Buffalo? N.Y.], Inter-state Prohibition Pub. Association. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1810; By A. DeForest White, jr.; with illustrations by Louis A. Plogsted.



Reel: 178
White, Buchanan.

The rural school-teacher; or, A double West Virginia love story.

New York, Broadway Pub. C o. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1811; Illustrated by photos & drawings.



Reel: 178
White, Eliza Orne.

The wares of Edgefield.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1812.



Reel: 178
White, Fred Merrick.

The corner house.

New York, R.F. Fenno. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1814.



Reel: 178
Pangborn, Georgia Wood.

Roman Biznet.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1723.



Reel: 179
Parker, Frances.

Hope Hathaway. A story of western ranch life.

Boston, Mass., C.M. Clark publishing co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1724.



Reel: 179
Parker, Frances.

Marjie of the lower ranch.

Boston, C.M. Clark pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1725.



Reel: 179
Parker, William Hendrix.

Malcomb Douglas. A work of fiction.

Bessemer, Ala., Herald-journal. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1727; By Rekrap [i.e. W.H. Parker].



Reel: 179
Parrish, Randall.

My lady of the North. The love story of a gray-jacket.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1728.



Reel: 179
Parrish, Randall.

A sword of the old frontier. A tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit: being a plain account of sundry adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time captain in the hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1729; Illustrated by F.C. Yohn.



Reel: 179
Parrish, Randall.

When wilderness was king. A tale of the Illinois country.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1730; With six pictures in full color and other decorations by Troy and Margaret West Kinney.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

A crime on canvas.

New York, R.F. Fenno. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1815.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The five knots.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1816.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The midnight guest. A detective story.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1817.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The mystery of the four fingers.

New York, Grossett & Dunlap. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1818; Illustrated by Will Grefe.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The nether millstone.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1819.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The slave of silence.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1820.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The weight of the crown.

New York City, R.F. Fenno. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1821.



Reel: 179
White, Fred Merrick.

The yellow face.

New York, R.F. Fenno. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1822.



Reel: 179
Parson, Caroline.

Esther Hills, housemaid.

New York; London, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1732.



Reel: 180
Parson, Kirk.

On the mountain division.

New York, Eaton & Mains. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1731.



Reel: 180
Pattee, Fred Lewis.

The house of the black ring.

New York, H. Holt and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1733.



Reel: 180
Pattee, Fred Lewis.

Mary Garvin. The story of a New Hampshire summer.

New York, T.Y. Crowell & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1734.



Reel: 180
Patterson, Ada.

By the stage door.

New York, Grafton Press. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1735; By Ada Patterson & Victory Bateman.



Reel: 180
Patton, Abel.

"Har Lampkins." A narrative of mountain life on the borders of the two Virginias.

New York, Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1736.



Reel: 180
Paxson, William Alpha.

A buckeye baron. A rural story of a Buckeye boy.

Cincinnati, R. Clarke co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1737; Illustrated by H.H. Walker, Dorothy Cole, W. Mock.



Reel: 180
Payne, George Henry.

A great part, and other stories of the stage.

New York, Continental pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1738.



Reel: 180
Payne, Lamar Strickland.

20th century fables.

Montreal; New York, Broadway pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1739; Ten illustrations by O'Malley.



Reel: 180
Payne, Philip.

Duchess of few clothes. A comedy.

Chicago, Rand, McNally & co. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1740.



Reel: 180
White, Grace Miller.

Tess of the storm country.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1834; Illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy.



Reel: 180
[Whiteford, Daniel].

Hank Long's first voyage.

New York, Printed under supervision of J.J. Rafter. [1908]

Wright bibliography number 1840.



Reel: 180
Whitelock, William Wallace.

When kings go forth to battle. A novel.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1837; With illustrations in color by Frank H. Desch.



Reel: 180
Whiteside, Mary Brent.

Bill Possum. His book.

[Atlanta, Ga., s.n.]. [c1909?]

Wright bibliography number 1839; Ill. by G.P. Haynes.



Reel: 180
Whiting, Robert Rudd.

A ball of yarn. Its unwinding.

San Francisco, P. Elder. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1841; The Illustrations by Merle Johnson.



Reel: 180
Whitman, Stephen French.

Shorty & Patrick, U.S.S. Oklahoma.

New York, P.F. Collier. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1842; Illustrations by F.C. Yohn.



Reel: 180
Whitney, Adeline Dutton (Train).

Odd, or even?.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1843.



Reel: 180
Whitson, John Harvey.

The castle of doubt.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1844; With a frontispiece in color from a drawing by I.H. Caliga.



Reel: 180
The Whole family: a novel by twelve authors.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1845; William Dean Howells [et al.].

Reel: 180
Wiggin, Kate Douglas (Smith).

…Finding a home.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1846.



Reel: 180
Payne, Philip.

The mills of man. A novel.

Chicago, Rand, McNally & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1741.



Reel: 181
Payne, Will.

Mr. Salt. A novel.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1742; With illustrations by Charles H. White.



Reel: 181
Payne, Will.

On fortune's road. Stories of business.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1743; With eight full-page drawings by Thomas Fogarty.



Reel: 181
Payne, Will.

The story of Eva. A novel.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1744.



Reel: 181
Payson, William Farquhar.

Debonnaire.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1745; Ill. by Thomas Fogarty.



Reel: 181
Payson, William Farquhar.

John Vytal. A tale of the lost colony.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1746.



Reel: 181
Payson, William Farquhar.

The triumph of life. A novel.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1747.



Reel: 181
Peake, Elmore Elliott.

The house of Hawley.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1748.



Reel: 181
Wiggin, Kate Douglas (Smith).

Homespun tales: rose o' the river; The old Peabody pew; and Susanna and Sue.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1847.



Reel: 181
Wilder, Nathaniel Parker.

A royal tragedy. When kings and savages ruled.

New York, Press of the Fireside Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1849; By Nat Wilder, jr.; illustrations by J. Hodson Redman.



Reel: 181
Wilkinson, Cary Hamilton.

The tragedy of Baden.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1850.



Reel: 181
Willets, Gilson.

The double cross. A romance of mystery and adventure in Mexico of to-day.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1851; Illustrations by Joseph Cummings Chase.



Reel: 181
Williams, Egerton Ryerson.

Ridolfo, the coming of the dawn. A tale of the renaissance.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1852; By Egerton R. Williams, jr.; with illustrations in color by Joseph C. Leyendecker.



Reel: 181
Williams, Isabel Cecilia.

The alchemist's secret.

New York, P.J. Kenedy. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1853.



Reel: 181
Williams, Isabel Cecilia.

In the crucible. Tales from real life.

New York, P.J. Kennedy. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1854.



Reel: 181
Williams, Jesse Lynch.

The day-dreamer. Being the full narrative of "The stolen story.".

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1855.



Reel: 181
Williams, Jesse Lynch.

The girl and the game, and other college stories.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1856.



Reel: 181
Peake, Elmore Elliott.

The pride of Tellfair.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1749.



Reel: 182
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson.

The beleaguered forest.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1750.



Reel: 182
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson.

Castle, knight & troubadour, in an apology and three tableaux.

Chicago, Blue sky press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1751.



Reel: 182
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson.

The edge of things.

Chicago, F.H. Revell co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1752.



Reel: 182
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson.

How Jaques came into the forest of Arden. An impertinence.

Chicago, Blue sky press. c1901

Wright bibliography number 1752.



Reel: 182
Peck, Samuel Minturn.

Alabama sketches.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1754.



Reel: 182
Peck, Theodora Agnes.

Hester of the Grants. A romance of Bennington.

New York, Fox, Duffield & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1755; By Theodora Peck.



Reel: 182
Pedrick, William R.

Eminent respectability. A tale of love, politics and adventure.

Philadelphia, Press of A.M. Slocum co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1756.



Reel: 182
Peek, Comer Leonard.

Lorna Carswell. A story of the South.

New York, Broadway pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1757; Fully illustrated by S. Mary Norton; forword by May S. Gilpatric.



Reel: 182
Pendleton, Louis Beauregard.

A forest drama.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1758; By Louis Pendleton.



Reel: 182
Williams, Jesse Lynch.

My lost duchess. An idyl of the town.

New York, Century. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1857; With illustrations by Wallace Morgan.



Reel: 182
Williamson, Clara Marion Young.

'Neath sunny southern skies.

New Orleans, La., Press of Palfrey-Rodd-Pursell. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1858.



Reel: 182
Wilson, Augusta Jane (Evans).

Devota.


New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1859; Illustrations by Stuart Travis.



Reel: 182
Wilson, Guy H.

His beautiful life.

Dallas, Tex., Johnston Prtg. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1860.



Reel: 182
Wilson, Samuel Graham.

Mariam. A romance of Persia.

New York, American Tract Society. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1861.



Reel: 182
Wilson, William Thomas.

For the love of Lady Margaret. A romance of the lost colony.

Charlotte, N.C., Stone & Barringer. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1863.



Reel: 182
Wilson, Wood Levette.

The end of the dreams.

New York, M. Kennerley. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1864; Illustrations by A.G. Learned.



Reel: 182
Wimberly, Charles Franklin.

The vulture's claw. A tale of rural life.

New York, R.F. Fenno. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1865.



Reel: 182
Winchevsky, Morris.

Stories of the struggle.

Chicago, C.H. Kerr. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1866.



Reel: 182
Winn, Mary Polk.

The law and the letter. A story of the province of Louisiana.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1867; By Mary Polk Winn and Margaret Hannis.



Reel: 182
Winslow, Helen Maria.

Peggy at Spinster farm.

Boston, L.C. page. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1868; Illustrated from photographs by Mary G. Huntsman.



Reel: 182
Winslow, Helen Maria.

The present of Quex. A woman's club story.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1869; Illustrated by W.L. Jacobs.



Reel: 182
Pennell, William Wesley.

The buckeye doctor. A tale for physicians and for physicians' patients.

New York, Grafton Press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1759; By William W. Pennell, M.D.



Reel: 183
Pennington, Jeanne Gillespie.

The sea of circumstance.

New York, Abbey press. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1760.



Reel: 183
Pennoyer, Virginia Elmands.

Rodari, sculptor. A story of Pisa.

San Francisco, D.P. Elder and M. Shepard. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1761.



Reel: 183
Peple, Edward Henry.

A broken rosary.

New York, J. Lane. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1762; Illustrated by Scotson Clark.



Reel: 183
Peple, Edward Henry.

The prince chap. A story in three curtains and several scenes.

New York, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1763.



Reel: 183
Perkins, Margaret Mower.

The greater Waterloo. A love story.

New York, G.W. Dillingham co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1764; By Robert Richardson [i.e. M.M. Perkins].



Reel: 183
Petersilea, Carlyle.

Mark Chester; or, A mill and a million. A tale of southern California.

Boston, Banner of light pub. Co. c1901

Wright bibliography number 1765.



Reel: 183
Pettit, Henry.

A twentieth century idealist.

New York, Grafton press. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1766.



Reel: 183
Pettus, Maia.

Princess of Glenndale. A story of the south.

Washington, Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1766.



Reel: 183
Phelon, William P.

Our story of Atlantis. Written down for the Hermetic brotherhood by W.P. Phelon.

San Francisco, Cal, Hermetic book concern. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1768.



Reel: 183
Phelps, Charles Edward Davis.

The accolade; or, The canon and his yeoman.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1769; By C.E.D. Phelps.



Reel: 183
Winslow, Helen Maria.

Spinster farm.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1870; Illustrated from photographs by Mary G. Huntsman.



Reel: 183
Winslow, Helen Maria.

A woman for mayor. A novel of to-day.

Chicago, Reilly & Britton. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1871;Frontispiece by Walter Dean Goldbeck.



Reel: 183
Winslow, William Henry.

Southern buds and sons of war.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1872.



Reel: 183
Winter, Charles Edwin.

Grandon of Sierra.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1873; Ill. by Hudson.



Reel: 183
Woodman, Mary.

A touch of Portugal; or, The little count of Villa Moncao.

Boston, Atlantic Prtg. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1878.



Reel: 183
Woodrow, Nancy Mann Waddel.

The beauty.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1879; By Mrs. Wilson Woodrow; with illustrations by Will Grefe.



Reel: 183
Woodrow, Nancy Mann Waddel.

The new missioner.

New York, McClure. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1881; By Mrs. Wilson Woodrow.



Reel: 183
Woolwine, Thomas Lee.

In the valley of the shadows.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1884;Illustrated by Charles M. Relyea.



Reel: 183
The Mother-light. A novel.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1776.

Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

The cost.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1770; Illustrated by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

The deluge.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1905

Wright bibliography number 1771; With ill. by George Gibbs.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

Golden fleece. The American adventures of a fortune hunting earl.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1771; Ill. by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

The great god Success. A novel.

New York, Frederick A. Stokes co. c1901

Wright bibliography number 1773; By John Graham [i.e. D.G. Phillips]. 2d ed.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

Her Serene Highness. A novel.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1774.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

The master-rogue. The confessions of a Croesus.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1775; Illustrated by Gordon H. Grant.



Reel: 184
Phillips, David Graham.

The plum tree.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1905

Wright bibliography number 1777; Illustrated by E.M. Ashe.


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