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Tilford, Tilden.

Butternut Jones, a lambkin of the West.

New York, D. Appleton & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2253.



Reel: 230
Tilton, Dwight.

Miss Petticoats.

Boston, Mass., C.M. Clark pub. co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2253.1; With illustrations by Charles H. Stephens.



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Tilton, Dwight.

My Lady Laughter. A romance of Boston town in the days of the great siege.

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

Wright bibliography number 2253.2; Illustrated by Charles H. Stephens.



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Tilton, Dwight.

On Satan's mount.

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

Wright bibliography number 2253.3; Ill. by Charles H. Stephens.



Reel: 231
Tingle, Anna Adams.

The Barleyville sewin' circle discuss "syance what ain't syance.".

[Moville? Ia.]. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 2254; Illustrated by C.S. Hammock.



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To Nazareth or Tarsus? By the author of "Not on Calvary," "The First Millennial Faith," etc.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2256.

Reel: 231
Todd, Mary Van Lennup (Ives).

An American Abelard & Heloise. A love story.

New York, The Grafton press. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2257; By Mary Ives Todd.



Reel: 231
Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth.

Elder Boise. A novel.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2258.



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Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth.

The fort in the forest. A story of the Fall of Fort William Henry in 1757.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2259; With illustrations by Chase Emerson.



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Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth.

In the camp of Cornwallis: being the story of Reuben Denton and his experiences during the New Jersey campaign of 1777.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2260; With illustrations by Charles Copeland.



Reel: 231
Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth.

A lieutenant under Washington. A tale of the Brandywine and Germantown.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2261.



Reel: 231
Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth.

The rider of the black horse. A story of the American revolution.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2262.



Reel: 232
Tompkins, Florence.

The man in the moon; or, The unexpected.

New York, Bonnell, Silver & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2263; By Bertram Dendron [i.e. F. Tompkins.



Reel: 232
Tooker, Lewis Frank.

Under rocking skies.

New York, The Century co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2264.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Charles.

The Mahoney million.

New York, New Amsterdam book co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2265; With illustrations by Clare Angell.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

Chimmie Fadden and Mr. Paul.

New York, printed by the Century co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2266.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

Days like these. A novel.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2267.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

Fort Birkett. A story of mountain adventure.

New York, W.J. Ritchie. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2268.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

Lees & leaven. A New York story of to-day.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2269.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

Reuben Larkmead. A story of worldlings.

New York, G.W. Dillingham co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2270; Illustrations by Wallace Morgan.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

A summer in New York, a love story told in letters.

New York, H. Holt and Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2271.



Reel: 232
Townsend, Edward Waterman.

"Sure": new "Chimie Fadden" stories.

New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2272.



Reel: 233
Townsend, Horace.

A handful of silver. Six stories of silversmiths.

New York, The Gorham co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2273; Pictured by Alex M. McLellan.



Reel: 233
Townsend, William Capron.

Love and liberty. A romance of anti-slavery days.

New York, The Abbey press. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2274.



Reel: 233
Train, Arthur Cheney.

McAllister and his double.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2275.



Reel: 233
Trask, Kate (Nichols).

Free not bound.

New York, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2276; By Katrina Trask.



Reel: 233
Travis, Elma Allen.

The Pang-Yanger.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2277; By Elma A. Travis, M.D.



Reel: 233
Trotter, Melvin Earnest.

Jimmie Moore of Bucktown.

Chicago, The Winona pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2278.



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True, John Preston.

The iron star and what it saw on its journey through the ages from myth to history.

Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2279; Illustrated by Lilian Crawford True.



Reel: 233
Trumbull, Annie Eliot.

Life's common way.

New York, A.S. Barnes and co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2280.



Reel: 233
Tulloch, Eliza C.

Alicia's ambition.

Washington [D.C.], The Neale pub. co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2281; Lida C. Tulloch.



Reel: 233
Turner, George Kibbe.

The taskmasters.

New York, McClure, Phillips & Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2282.



Reel: 234
Twells, Julia Helen, Jr.

By the higher law.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2283.



Reel: 234
Twing, Carolinn Edna (Skinner).

Jim: or, The touch of an angel mother.

Lily Dale, N.Y., Sunflower pub. co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2284.



Reel: 234
Tybout, Ella Middleton.

Poketown people; or, Parables in black.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2286; With illustrations in color by Frank Verbeck and Beulah S. Moore.



Reel: 234
Tybout, Ella Middleton.

The wife of the secretary of state.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2287.



Reel: 234
Tyler, Charles Waller.

The K.K.K.

New York, The Abbey press. c1902

Wright bibliography number 2288.



Reel: 234
Tyson, Annie Arrington.

Dramana. A romance of the stage.

New York, The Neale pub. co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2289.



Reel: 234
Tyson, John Aubrey.

The stirrup cup.

New York, D. Appleton & Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2290.



Reel: 234
Underwood, J. Cabiniss.

Gilbert; or, Then and now. A thrilling story of the life and achievements of a Virginia Negro.

Philadelphia, H.D. Schaeffer. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2291.



Reel: 234
Upham, Francis Bourne.

Simon Peter, fisherman.

New York, Eaton & Mains. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2292; By "Thomas" [i.e. F.B. Upham].



Reel: 234
Valentine, Edward Abram Uffington.

Hecla Sandwith.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2293; By Edward Uffington Valentine.



Reel: 235
Van Amringe, Jennie Elizabeth Wilmuth.

Wise old Deacon. The story of a dog.

New York, Broadway pub. co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2294; By Jennie E. Van [i.e. J.E. Van Amringe].



Reel: 235
Van Bergen, Robert.

A boy of old Japan.

Boston, Lee & Shepard. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2295; Illustrated with original Japanese color pictures.



Reel: 235
Van Buren, Sara.

The major's niece.

New York, The Abbey press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2296; By Sara Van Buren Brugiere and Adeline Brady.



Reel: 235
Van Denburg, Frank Augustus.

Hezekiah's kortship.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2298; By Hezekiah Jones' wife, Frank A. Van Denburg.



Reel: 235
Van Der Naillen, Albert.

Balthazar the magus.

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2299.



Reel: 235
Van Duesen, Rebecca.

Sea breezes and sand dunes.

New York, Abbey Press. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2300.



Reel: 235
Van Dyke, Henry.

The blue flower.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2301.



Reel: 235
Van Dyke, Henry.

The ruling passion. Tales of nature and human nature.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2302; With illustrations by W. Appleton Clark.



Reel: 235
Vance, Louis Joseph.

Terence O'Rourke, gentleman adventurer.

New York, A. Wessels Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2297; By Louis Joseph Vance.



Reel: 235
Vane, Isabella Cornelia de.

Doctor Carrington.

New York, The Abbey press. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2303;By I.C. de Vane; illustrated by the author.



Reel: 235
Van Gorden, Scott.

Rough life on the frontier.

Chicago, T.W. Jackson pub. co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2304.



Reel: 236
Van Praag, Charles Francis Wells.

Clayton Halowell.

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2305; By Francis van Praag; illustrations by Winthrop Earle.



Reel: 236
Van Praag, Charles Francis Wells.

The weaving of webs [a novel].

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2306; By F.W. Van Praag.



Reel: 236
Van Slingerland, Nellie Bingham.

Cupid the devil's stoker; or, Heaven's gate to hell. A romance of heredity in Argentina and old Spain.

New York, Fifth avenue pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2307; By Nellie Bingham Van Slingerland (Nellie Bovans); eighteen illustrations by Charles Dalton Cathcart.



Reel: 236
Van Vorst, Bessie McGinnis.

Bagsby's daughter.

New York, Harper & bros. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2308; By Bessie & Marie Van Vorst.



Reel: 236
Van Vorst, Bessie McGinnis.

The issues of life. A novel of the American woman of to-day.

New York, Doubleday, page & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2309; By Mrs. John Van Vorst.



Reel: 236
Van Vorst, Marie.

Amanda of the mill.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill publishers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2310.



Reel: 236
Van Vorst, Marie.

Miss Desmond. An impression.

New York, The Macmillan co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2311.



Reel: 236
Van Vorst, Marie.

Philip Longstreth. A novel.

New York, Harper & bros. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2312.



Reel: 237
Van Zile, Edward Sims.

A duke and his double.

New York, H. Holt and co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2313; With frontispiece by Florence Scovel Shinn.



Reel: 237
Van Zile, Edward Sims.

Perkins, the fakeer. A travesty on reincarnation. His wonderful workings in the cases of "When Reginald was Caroline," "How Chopin came to Remsen," and "Clarissa's troublesome baby.'".

New York, Smart set pub. co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2314; Illustrated by Hy Mayer.



Reel: 237
Vaughn, Emma Upton.

The lower bureau drawer.

New York, The Editor co. c1903

Wright bibliography number 2315.



Reel: 237
Venable, William Henry.

A dream of empire; or, The house of Blennerhassett.

New York, Dodd, Mead and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2316.



Reel: 237
Vernon, Thomas R.

Rob Baxter. A romance of a country boy.

Media, Pa., T.V. Cooper & sons. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2317; Illustrated by Wilson Redheffer.



Reel: 237
Vesey, Arthur Henry.

The clock and the key.

New York, D. Appleton. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2318.



Reel: 237
Viele, Herman Knickerbocker.

The last of the Knickerbockers. A comedy romance.

Chicago, H.S. Stone & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2319.



Reel: 237
Viele, Herman Knickerbocker.

Myra of the pines.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2320.



Reel: 237
Vila, Annie Fields.

Inherited freedom. Dedicated to the Daughters of the revolution in America, the D.R. and the D.A.R.; written by a daughter.

Boston, W.B. Clarke co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2321.



Reel: 237
Viljoen, Benjamin Johannis.

Under the vierkleur. A romance of a lost cause.

Boston, Small, Maynard & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2322.



Reel: 238
Villars, Isaiah.

Ministerial misfit; or, The biography of Rev. Timothy Tanglefoot.

Springfield, Ill., Press of Illinois state register. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2323; 1st ed.



Reel: 238
Vincent, Edgar La Verne.

Margaret Bowlby. A love story.

Boston, Lothrop pub. co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2324.



Reel: 238
Visscher, William Lightfoot.

Amos Hudson's motto: A story.

Ojie, Estate of P.D. Beckwith. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2325.



Reel: 238
Von Ravn, Clara Iza Tibbetts.

The scribe of a soul.

Seattle, Wash., Denny-Coryell co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2326; By Clara Iza Price; introduction by Professor A. Van der Naillen.



Reel: 238
Vynne, Harold Richard.

Fetters that sear.

New York, Town Topics pub. co. c1903

Wright bibliography number 2327; By Bynne.



Reel: 238
Waddel, Charles Carey.

The Van Suyden sapphires.

New York, Dodd, Mead and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2328; By Charles Carey [i.e. C.C. Waddel.].



Reel: 238
Wade, Blanche Elizabeth.

A garden in pink.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2329; With numerous drawings and decorations in color by Lucy Fitch Perkins, and twelve illustrations from photographs.



Reel: 238
Waggaman, Mary Teresa McKee.

Carroll Dare.

New York, Benziger Bros. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2331.



Reel: 238
Waggaman, Mary Teresa McKee.

Corinne's vow.

New York, Benziger brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2330.



Reel: 238
Waggoner, George Andrew.

Stories of old Oregon.

Salem, Or., Statesman Pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2332.



Reel: 238
Wakefield, Frank Henry.

Marriage--limited. A novel.

New York, The Neale pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2333.



Reel: 239
Wall, Ida Blanche Ford.

Romance and tragedy of a summer.

New York, F.T. Neely. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2334; By Mrs. D.H. Wall; with an introduction by Joseph Butts.



Reel: 239
Wall, Ida Blanche Ford.

Sister in name only.

New York, F.T. Neely. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2335; By Mrs. D.H. Hall.



Reel: 239
Wallace, John H., Jr.

The senator from Alabama. A romance treating of the disfranchisement of the negro and including a scathing arraignment of the White House social-equality policy.

New York, Neale Pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2336.



Reel: 239
Waller, Mary Ella.

A daughter of the rich.

Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2337; Illustrated by Ellen Bernard Thompson.



Reel: 239
Waller, Mary Ella.

Sanna. A novel.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2338.



Reel: 239
Waller, Mary Ella.

The wood-carver of 'Lymphus.

Boston, Little, Brown, and Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2339; With a frontispiece from a drawings by C.C. Emerson.



Reel: 239
Walsh, George Ethelbert.

Allin Winfield.

New York, F.M. Buckles & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2340.



Reel: 239
Walsh, George Ethelbert.

My mysterious burglar.

New York, F.M. Buckles & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2341.



Reel: 239
Walsh, Lavinia.

When the dead walk. A novel.

New York, Mutual pub. co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2342.



Reel: 239
Walsh, Mary Catherine Frances.

While hopes were kindling.

Buffalo, New York, P. Paul & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2343; By Hyram S. Law [pseud.].



Reel: 240
Waltz, Elizabeth Cherry.

The ancient landmark. A Kentucky romance.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2344.



Reel: 240
Waltz, Elizabeth Cherry.

Pa Gladden. The story of the common man.

New York, The Century co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2345.



Reel: 240
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Avery.


Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2346.



Reel: 240
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Confessions of a wife.

New York, Century co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2347; By Mary Adams [i.e. E.S.P. Ward]; With illustrations by Granville Smith.



Reel: 240
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

The successors of Mary the first.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2348.



Reel: 240
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart (Phelps).

Trixy.


Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2349.



Reel: 240
Ward, Herbert Dickinson.

Lauriel. The love letters of an American girl.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2350; Edited by A.H.



Reel: 240
Ward, Herbert Dickinson.

The light of the world.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2351.



Reel: 240
Ward, Josiah Mason.

Come with me into Babylon. A story of the fall of Nineveh.

New York, F.A. Stokes co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2352; Illustrated by James E. Mcburney and W.B. Gilbert.



Reel: 240
Warder, George Woodward.

The stairway to the stars; or, Enola Reverof. A novel of psychic and electric study and biography.

New York [s.n.]. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2353.



Reel: 240
Ware, William.

Zenobia, queen of Palmyra. A tale of the Roman Empire in the days of the emperor AuReelian.

Boston, D. Estes & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2354.



Reel: 240
Warfield, David.

Ghetto silhouettes.

New York, J. Pott & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2355; By David Warfield & Margherita Arlina Hamm.



Reel: 241
Waring, Malvina Sarah Black.

That sandhiller. A novel.

New York, The Neale Pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2356; Illustrations by James Crichton.



Reel: 241
Warner, Anna Bartlett.

West Point colors.

New York, F.H. Revell co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2357.



Reel: 241
Warren, Stanley Sevier.

In defense of His Excellency. An incident of political Washington.

New York, Broadway pub. co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2358.



Reel: 241
Washburn, Marion Foster.

A little fountain of life.

Chicago, Rand, McNally. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2361.



Reel: 241
Washburn, William Tucker.

The deuce of hearts.

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2359.



Reel: 241
Washburn, William Tucker.

The first stone, and other stories.

New York, R.F. Fenno & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2360.



Reel: 241
Wasson, George Savary.

Cap'n Simeon's store.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2362.



Reel: 241
Wasson, George Savary.

The green shay.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2363; With frontispiece by the author.



Reel: 241
Waters, Patrick Henry.

A scheme for millions.

New York, Broadway pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2364.



Reel: 241
Watrous, Andrew Edward.

Young Howson's wife.

New York, Quail & Warner. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2365.



Reel: 242
Watson, Evelyn, i.e. Alice Evelyn.

The house by the red pump. A story.

Saint Louis, Mo., Becktold printing and book mfg. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 2366.



Reel: 242
Watson, Jeannette Grace Watkins.

Ole Ann, and other stories.

Akron, O., Saalfield pub. co. c1905

Wright bibliography number 2367; Illustrated by Bertha Rockwell.


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