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Reel: 219
Stephens, Louise G.

Letters from an Oregon ranch.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2136; By "Katherine" [i.e. L.G. Stephens]; with twelve full-page illustrations from photographs.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

The bright face of danger: being an account of some adventures of Henri de Launay, son of the Sieur de la tournoire.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2137; Freely translated into modern English. By Robert Neilson Stephens; illustrated by H.C. Edwards.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

Captain Ravenshaw; or, The maid of Cheapside. A romance of Elizabethan London.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2138; Illustrated by Howard Pyle and others.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

The flight of Georgiana. A story of love and peril in England in 1746.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2139; Illustrated by H.C. Edwards.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

The mystery of Murray Davenport. A story of New York at the present day.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2140; Illustrated by H.C. Edwards.



Reel: 219
Stephenson, Henry Thew.

The fickle wheel. A tale of Elizabethan London.

Indianapolis, The Bowen-Merrill co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2141; Illustrated by C.M. Relyea.



Reel: 220
Stephenson, Nathaniel Wright.

The beautiful Mrs. Moulton.

London, John Lane. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2142.



Reel: 220
Stephenson, Nathaniel Wright.

Eleanor Dayton.

New York, John Lane. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2143.



Reel: 220
Stephenson, Nathaniel Wright.

They that took the sword.

London, John Lane. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2144.



Reel: 220
Sterling, Sara Hawks.

Shake-speares sweetheart.

Philadelphia, G.W. Jacobs & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2145; Pictured by Clara Elsone Peck.



Reel: 220
Stevens, Sheppard.

In the eagle's talon. A romance of the Louisiana purchase.

Boston, Little Brown, and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2146; Illustrated by A. Russell.



Reel: 220
Stevens, Sheppard.

The sign of triumph. A romance of the Children's crusade.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2147; Illustrated by Harry C. Edwards.



Reel: 220
Stevens, Thomas Wood.

Hold Redmere. A tale.

Ridgewood, N.J., Alwil shop. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2148; By Thomas Wood Stevens and Alden Charles Noble.



Reel: 220
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

At odds with the regent. A story of the Cellamare conspiracy.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2150; With a frontispiece by Anna Whelan Betts.



Reel: 220
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

Cadets of Gascony. Two stories of old France.

Philadelphia J.B. Lippincott co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2151; Illustrated by Anna Whelan Betts.



Reel: 221
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

The heritage. A story of defeat and victory.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2152.



Reel: 221
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

The Holladay case. A tale.

New York, H. Holt and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2153.



Reel: 221
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

The Marathon mystery. A story of Manhattan.

New York, H. Holt and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2154; With five scenes in colour by Eliot Keen.



Reel: 221
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

A soldier of Virginia. A tale of Colonel Washington and Braddock's defeat.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2155.



Reel: 221
Stevenson, Burton Egbert.

The young section-hand.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2156.



Reel: 221
Stewart, Charles David.

The fugitive blacksmith.

New York, The Century co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2157.



Reel: 221
Stickney, Mary (Smith).

Ouray Jim, and other stories.

Longmont, Col., The Ledger pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2158.



Reel: 221
Stiefel, Henry G.

Slices from a long loaf.

Pittsburg, Pa., Bissell block pub. co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2159; Log-book of an eventful voyage by five Pittsburg tourists down the beautiful Allegheny River, from Oil City to Pittsburg. Facts and figures about Pittsburg's greatness.



Reel: 221
Stillman, Annie Raymond.

Fool's gold. A study in values. A novel.

Chicago, F.H. Revell co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2160.



Reel: 221
Stimson, Frederic Jesup.

Jethro Bacon of Sandwich. The weaker sex.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2161.



Reel: 222
Stine, Milton Henry.

Baron Stiegel.

Philadelphia, Pa., Lutheran publication society. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2162.



Reel: 222
Stockton, Frank Richard.

The captain's toll-gate.

New York, D. Appleton & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2163; with a memorial sketch by Mrs. Stockton.



Reel: 222
Stockton, Frank Richard.

John Gayther's garden and the stories told therein.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2164.



Reel: 222
Stockton, Frank Richard.

Kate Bonnet. The romance of a pirate's daughter.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2165;Illus. by A.J. Keller and H.S. Potter.



Reel: 222
Stoddard, Charles Warren.

For the pleasure of his company. An affair of the misty city, thrice told.

San Francisco, A.M. Robertson. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2166; Designs by Marshall Douglass.



Reel: 222
Stoddard, Janie E.

Tempests of the play gods. A novel.

New York, The Neale Pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2168.



Reel: 222
Stoddard, William Osborn.

Montanye; or, The slavers of old New York.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2169.



Reel: 222
Stoddard, William Osborn.

The talking leaves. An Indian story.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2170; Illustrated.



Reel: 223
Stode, Charles Derwin.

Cornfield philosophy.

Chicago, The Blakely printing co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2179.



Reel: 223
Stokely, Edith Keeley.

Miss Billy. A neighborhood story.

Boston, Lothrop pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2171; By Edith Keeley Stokely and Marion Kent Hurd; illustrated by Charles Copeland.



Reel: 223
Stovall, Dennis H.

Suzanne of Kerbyville.

New York, The Editor Pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2172.



Reel: 223
Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth (Beecher).

Young folks' Uncle Tom's cabin. Adopted for children by Grace Duffie Boylan.

Chicago, Jamieson-Higgins co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2173; with original illustrations by Ike Morgan.



Reel: 223
Street, Julian Leonard.

Violets and vexation.

Troy, N.Y., United Shirt and Collar Co. c1904

Wright bibliography number 2174; By Julian Street and Frank Finney.



Reel: 223
Streeter, John Williams.

Doctor Tom, the coroner of Brett.

New York, The Macmillan co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2175.



Reel: 223
Stretch, Minne Curry.

Snap shots.

Christy, Mo., Curry. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2176.



Reel: 223
Stringer, George Alfred.

The king and the cross. A tale of old and new France.

Boston, Eastern pub. co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2177; By George Alfred Stringer and Eliza C. Walker Stringer.



Reel: 223
Strobridge, Idah (Meacham).

In miners' mirage-land.

Los Angeles, Printed by The Baumgardt pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2178.



Reel: 223
Stuart, Ruth (McEnery).

George Washington Jones, a Christmas gift that went a-begging.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2180; With pictures by Edward Potthast.



Reel: 223
Stuart, Ruth (McEnery).

Napoleon Jackson. The gentleman of the plush rocker.

New York, The Century co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2181; With pictures by Edward Potthast.



Reel: 223
Stuart, Ruth (McEnery).

The river's children. An idyl of the Mississippi.

New York, The Century co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2182; With pictures by Harry C. Edwards.



Reel: 223
Stuart, Ruth (McEnery).

The second wooing of Salina Sue, and other stories.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2183; Illustrations by Kemble and Frost.



Reel: 224
Stuntz, Stephen Conrad.

Mrs. Jim ad Mrs. Jimmie. Certain town experiences of the second Mrs. Jim as Reelated to Jimmie's wife.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2184; By Stephen Conrad [i.e. S.C. Stuntz]; with a frontispiece in colours from a drawing by Arthur W. Brown.



Reel: 224
Stuntz, Stephen Conrad.

The second Mrs. Jim.

Boston, L.C. page & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2185; By Stephen Conrad [i.e. S.C. Stuntz]; with frontispiece by Ernest Fosbery.



Reel: 224
Sturdy, William Allen.

The open door.

Boston, W.A. Sturdy. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2186.



Reel: 224
Sturgis, Howard Overing.

Belchamber.

Westminister, A. Constable & co., ltd. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2187.



Reel: 224
Sub Rosa, pseud.

Drifting; or, The romance of an octopus. A novel of love, politics and newspaper life under the rule of the commercial trusts.

Chicago, Elysian fields pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2188; By Sub Rosa.



Reel: 224
Sullivan, Elizabeth Higgins.

Out of the West. A novel.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2189; By Elizabeth Higgins.



Reel: 224
Sullivan, Josephine Byrne.

Father Joseph, and other stories.

Detroit, Mich., The Michigan Catholic. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2190; By Josephine Byrne Sullivan (Aunt Rowena).



Reel: 224
Sullivan, Thomas Russell.

The courage of conviction. A novel.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2191.



Reel: 224
Surbridge, Agnes.

The confessions of a club woman.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2193; Illustrated by A.J. Keller.



Reel: 225
Sutherland, Jerusha Melissa.

Childhood home and scenes on the farm.

Paris. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2194.



Reel: 225
Sutphen, William Gilbert Van Tassel.

The gates of chance.

N.Y., Harper & brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2195; By Van Tassel Sutphen.



Reel: 225
Sutphen, William Gilbert Van Tassel.

The nineteenth hole: being tales of the fair green.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2196; By Van Tassel Sutphen--2d series.



Reel: 225
Sutton, Henry Sidney.

Rhoda Roland. A woman from the West in Washington.

Washington, D.C., The H.E. Wilkens printing co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2197; Author's autograph ed.



Reel: 225
Swan, E.W.

Along the line; or, Western railroad stories.

New York, Broadway pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2198.



Reel: 225
Swift, Fletcher Harper.

The most beautiful thing in the world.

New York, E.P. Dutton & co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2199; With illustrations by George Alfred Williams.



Reel: 225
Swift, Morrison Isaac.

The monarch billionaire.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2200.



Reel: 225
Taggart, Marion Ames.

One afternoon, and other stories.

New York, Benziger brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2201.



Reel: 225
Taggart, Marion Ames.

The unraveling of a tangle.

New York, Benziger Brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2202.



Reel: 225
Talbot, Ellen V.

The courtship of sweet Anne Page.

New York, Funk & Wagnalls. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2203; Illustrations by Sewell Collins.



Reel: 225
Tappan, Eva March.

In the days of Queen Elizabeth.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2205; Illustrated from famous paintings.



Reel: 225
Tappan, Eva March.

In the days of Queen Victoria.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2206; Illustrated from famous paintings and engravings and from photographs.



Reel: 226
Tappan, Eva March.

In the days of William the Conqueror.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2207; Illustrated by J.W. Kennedy.



Reel: 226
Tappan, Eva March.

Old ballads in prose.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2208; Illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory.



Reel: 226
Tarkington, Booth.

The beautiful lady.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2209.



Reel: 226
Tarkington, Booth.

Cherry.


New York, Harper & brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2210; Illustrated.



Reel: 226
Tarkington, Booth.

The conquest of Canaan. A novel.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2211; Illustrations by Lucius W. Hitchcock.



Reel: 226
Tarkington, Booth.

In the arena. Stories of political life.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2212; Illustrated by A.I. Keller, Power O'Malley, and J.J. Gould.



Reel: 226
Tarkington, Booth.

The two Vanrevels.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2231; Illustrations by Henry Hutt.



Reel: 226
Tate, Henry.

Aaron Crane.

New York, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2214.



Reel: 226
Taylor, Bert Leston.

Monsieur d'En Brochette: being an historical account of some of the adventures of Huevos Pasada par Agua, marquis of Pollio Grille, count of Pate de Foie Gras, and much else besides.

New York, Keppler & Scharzmann. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2215; By Bert Leston Taylor, Arthur Hamilton Folwell and John Kendrick Bangs; illustrated by Frank A. Nankivell.



Reel: 226
Taylor, C. Bryson.

In the dwellings of the wilderness.

New York, H. Holt. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2216.



Reel: 226
Taylor, Charles Maus.

Only a grain of sand.

Philadelphia, The J.C. Winston Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2217; Illustrations by Clare Victor Dwiggins.



Reel: 227
Taylor, Emerson Gifford.

A daughter of Dale.

New York, The Century co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2218.



Reel: 227
Taylor, Mary Imlay.

Anne Scarlett.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2220.



Reel: 227
Taylor, Mary Imlay.

My Lady Clancarty: being the true story of the Earl of Clancarty and Lady Elizabeth Spencer.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2221.



Reel: 227
Taylor, Mary Imlay.

The rebellion of the princess.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 222.



Reel: 227
Taylor, William Alexander.

Intermere.

Columbus, Ohio, The XX Century pub. co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2223.



Reel: 227
Tenney, Edward Payson.

The dream of my youth.

Boston, Lothrop pub. co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2224.



Reel: 227
Terhune, Everit Bogert.

Michel Gulpe.

New York, G.W. Dillingham co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2225; Illustrations by Sidney Marsh Chase.



Reel: 227
Terhune, Mary Virginia (Hawes).

In our country. Stories of old Virginia life.

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

Wright bibliography number 2226; By Marion Harland [i.e. Mrs. M.V. Hawes Terhune].



Reel: 227
Terhune, Mary Virginia (Hawes).

When grandmamma was fourteen.

Boston, Lothrop pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2227; By Marion Harland [i.e. Mrs. M.V. Hawes Terhune]; illustrated by Etheldred B. Barry.



Reel: 227
Thaxton, Jesse B.

Cain; or, The Vagabond of Nod.

New York, Broadway pub. co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2228.



Reel: 228
Thayer, Stephen Henry.

Daughters of the revolution.

New York, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2229.



Reel: 228
Thomas, Albert Ellsworth.

Cynthia's rebellion.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2230.



Reel: 228
Thomas, John Singleton.

Two old letters.

Parsons, Kan., The Foley Railway Printing Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2231; A true history that reads like fiction.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Garrett William.

Threads. A story.

Philadelphia, The J.C. Winston Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2232.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Maurice i.e. James Maurice.

A fortnight of folly.

New York, Street & Smith. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2233; By Maurice Thompson.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Maurice i.e. James Maurice.

Milly: at love's extremes. A romance of the Southland.

New York, New Amsterdam book co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2234; By Maurice Thompson.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Maurice i.e. James Maurice.

Rosalynde's lovers.

Indianapolis, The Bowen-Morrill co. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2235; By Maurice Thompson; illus. by G.A. Pierson.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Maurice i.e. James Maurice.

Sweetheart Manette.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2236; By Maurice Thompson; with a frontispiece by Emlen McConnell.



Reel: 228
Thompson, Charles Vance.

Spinners of life.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2237; Illustrated by E.M. Ashe and Rollin Kirby.



Reel: 229
Thornton, Marcellus Eugene.

The lady of New Orleans. A novel of the present.

New York, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2238.



Reel: 229
Thorpe, Francis Newton.

The divining rod. A story of the oil regions.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2239.



Reel: 229
Thorpe, Francis Newton.

The spoils of empire. A romance of the Old world and the New.

Boston, Little, Brown, and Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2240; Illustrated by Frank B. Masters.



Reel: 229
Thruston, Lucy Meacham Kidd.

A girl of Virginia.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2241; By Lucy M. Thruston; illustrated by Ch. Grunwald.



Reel: 229
Thruston, Lucy Meacham Kidd.

Mistress Brent. A story of Lord Baltimore's colony in 1638.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2242; By Lucy Meacham Thruston; illustrated by Charles Grunwald.



Reel: 229
Thruston, Lucy Meacham Kidd.

Where the tide comes in.

Boston, Little, Brown, and company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2243; By Lucy Meacham Thruston; illustrated by Ch. Grunwald.



Reel: 229
Thurman, Mary Cochran.

Sketches' in ebony and gold.

N.Y., Broadway pub. co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2244.



Reel: 229
Thurston, Mabel Nelson.

On the road to Arcady.

New York, Fleming H. Revell co. c1903

Wright bibliography number 2245; Illustrated by Samuel M. Palmer.



Reel: 229
Thwing, Eugene.

The men from Red Keg.

New York, Dodd, Mead & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2246; Illustrations by Walter H. Everett.



Reel: 230
Thwing, Eugene.

The Red-Keggers.

New York, Book-lover pr. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2247; Illustrated by W. Herbert Dunton.



Reel: 230
Tibbetts, Edgar Alfred.

Joessa; or, So spins the flying world away.

New York, F.T. Neely co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2248; By Ivar Jonsson [i.e. E.A. Tibbetts].



Reel: 230
Ticknor, Caroline.

Miss Belladonna. A social satire.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2249; Illustrated by L.J. Bridgman. New ed., with additional chapters.



Reel: 230
Tileston, Merrill.

Chiquita. An American novel. The romance of a Ute chief's daughter.

Chicago, The Merrill co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2252.


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