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Borne, Emily Heloise.

Poland, the public inn.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 161.



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Bosworth, Jane M.

The Monteiths.

New York, Knickerbocker Press. 1910

Wright bibliography number 162; By Mrs. Foster Bossworth "Collesands.".



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Boucicault, Ruth Holt.

The woman herself.

New York, Stuyvesant Press. 1909

Wright bibliography number 163.



Reel: 18
Bowes, Alpin Marshall.

The time to strike; or, Our nation's curse.

Louisville, Ky., Pentecostal Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 164; Foreword by Charles B. Allen.



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Boyce, Neith, "Mrs. Hutchins Hapgood.".

The bond.

New York, Duffield. 1908

Wright bibliography number 165.



Reel: 18
Boyce, Neith, "Mrs. Hutchins Hapgood.".

The eternal spring. A novel.

New York, Fox, Duffield. 1906

Wright bibliography number 166; Illustrated by Blendon Campbell.



Reel: 18
Bencliff, Thomas.

His American birthright; and other stories.

Saint Louis, Western Junior pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 186.



Reel: 19
Bengough, Elisa (Armstrong).

The talk of the town. A neighborhood novel.

New York, D. Appleton & Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 187.



Reel: 19
Bennet, John.

Barnaby Lee.

New York, The Century co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 190.



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Bennet, Robert Ames.

For the white Christ. A story of the days of Charlemagne.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 188; Having pictures and designs by Troy & Margaret West Kinney.



Reel: 19
Bennet, Robert Ames.

Thyra. A romance of the polar pit.

New York, H. Holt and Company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 189; Illustrated by E.L. Blumenshein.



Reel: 19
Benson, Blackwood Ketcham.

Bayard's courier. A story of love and adventure in the cavalry campaigns.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 191.



Reel: 19
Benson, Blackwood Ketcham.

A friend with the countersign.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1901

Wright bibliography number 192.



Reel: 19
Benson, Blackwood Ketcham.

Old Squire. The romance of a black Virginian.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1903

Wright bibliography number 193.



Reel: 19
Blaney, Charles E.

His terrible secret; or, The man monkey. A novel founded upon the romantic melodrama of the same title.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co. c1907

Wright bibliography number 149.



Reel: 19
Boyns, Richard Edward.

The Pharisee and the publication.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 167; By Edward Bosanketh.



Reel: 19
Brace, Benjamin.

The seventh person.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1906

Wright bibliography number 167A.



Reel: 19
Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

The adventures of Lady Susan.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 168; With frontispiece by C. Weber-Ditzler.



Reel: 19
Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

The blue ocean's daughter.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1907

Wright bibliography number 169.



Reel: 19
Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

The patriots. The story of Lee and the last hope.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1906

Wright bibliography number 170; Illustrations in colour by Walter H. Everett.



Reel: 19
Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

Reuben James. A hero of the forecastle.

New York, D. Appleton. 1906

Wright bibliography number 171; With ill. By G. Gibbs and others.



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Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

Richard the Brazen.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1906

Wright bibliography number 172; By Cyrus Townsend Brady and Edward Peple.



Reel: 19
Brady, Cyrus Townsend.

The ring and the man, with some incidental Reelation to the woman.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1909

Wright bibliography number 173; Illustrated by George Gibbs.



Reel: 19
Bentley, Robert Thomson.

Forestfield. A story of the old South (in two periods).

New York, The Grafton press. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 194.



Reel: 20
Benton, Frank.

Cowboy life on the sidetrack: being an extremely humorous and sarcastic story of the trials and tribulations endured by a party of stockmen making a shipment from the West to the East.

Denver, Col., The Western stories syndicate. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 195;Illustrated by E.A. Filleau.



Reel: 20
Bergengren, Anna (Farquhar).

The devil's plough. The romantic history of a soul conflict.

Boston, L.C. Page & company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 196; With a frontispiece in colour by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 20
Bergengren, Anna (Farquhar).

An Evans of Suffolk.

Boston, L.C. page & company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 197.



Reel: 20
Bergengren, Anna (Farquhar).

Her Washington experiences, as Reelated by a cabinet minister's wife in a series of letters to her sister.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 198; Illustrated by T. De Thulstrup.



Reel: 20
Bernstein, Herman.

Contrite hearts.

New York, A. Wessels company. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 199.



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Bernstein, Herman.

In the gates of Israel. Stories of the Jews.

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

Wright bibliography number 200.



Reel: 20
Berry, Henry H.

Hillside. A tale of New England country life.

Lockport, Ill., Will County printing co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 202.



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Berton, Guy, pseud. of Guy Robert La Costa and Eadfrid A. Bringham.

Art thou the man?.

New York, Dodd, Mead & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 204; Illustrations by Charles R. Macauley.



Reel: 20
Betts, Lillian Williams.

The story of an East-side family.

New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 205.



Reel: 20
Bianco, Margery (Williams).

The late returning.

New York; London, Macmillan. 1902

Wright bibliography number 205.1.



Reel: 20
Braendle, Rose Anne O'Byrne.

Tales of many lands.

Washington, D.C., Press of Gibson Bros. c1906

Wright bibliography number 174.



Reel: 20
Brainerd, Eleanor Hoyt.

The personal conduct of Belinda.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1910

Wright bibliography number 176; Illustrated by George Brehm.



Reel: 20
Brannon, Ada Cornelius.

"A noble girl." A book devoted to the uplifting of character and modern society.

Cisco, Tex., Collie Printing Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 177.



Reel: 20
Brasted, Fred.

The gang. A story of the middle West.

Philadelphia, Griffith & Rowland. c1910

Wright bibliography number 178.



Reel: 20
Bratten, Arno.

The redemption of Arthur True. A rural school story.

Marion, Ill., Stafford Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 179; With an introduction with E.G. Lentz.



Reel: 20
Bray, Mary Matthews.

A romance of Barnstable.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1909

Wright bibliography number 180.



Reel: 20
Breckenridge, Bertha Anna Kelsey.

Mahanomah.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 181; By Mrs. John Breckenridge.



Reel: 20
Brennan, George Hugh.

Bill Truetell. A story of theatrical life.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1909

Wright bibliography number 182; With frontispiece in color and twenty-three drawings in the text by James Montgomery Flagg.



Reel: 20
Briggs, Olive Mary.

The black cross.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1909

Wright bibliography number 183; Frontispiece by Sigismond de Ivanowski.



Reel: 20
Brinton, Davis.

Trusia, a princess of Korvitch.

Philadelphia, G.W. Jacobs. [1906]

Wright bibliography number 184; With ill. By Walter H. Everett.



Reel: 20
Bianco, Margery (Williams).

The price of youth.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1904

Wright bibliography number 206.



Reel: 21
Bibbins, Ruthella Bennard Mory.

Mammy 'mongst the wild nations of Europe.

New York, F.A. Stokes company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 207; Illustrated by Francis P. Wightman.



Reel: 21
Bigelow, [Edith Evelyn (Jaffray)].

While Charlie was away.

London, W. Heinemann. 1901

Wright bibliography number 209; By Mrs. Poultney Bigelow.



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Bigelow, [Edith Evelyn (Jaffray)] "Mrs. Poultney Bigelow.".

The middle course.

New York, The Smart set publishing co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 208; By Mrs. Poultney Bigelow; illustrated by C.B. Currier.



Reel: 21
Bignell, Effie [(Mott)].

A quintette of graycoats.

New York, The Baker & Taylor company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 210.



Reel: 21
Bingham, Kate Boyles.

The Philadelphia's.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 211.



Reel: 21
Bishop, William Henry.

Queer people, including The brown stone boy.

New York; London, Street & Smith. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 212.



Reel: 21
Bishop, William Henry.

Tons of treasure. A tale of adventure and honor: being a new and improved edition of "The yellow snake.".

New York; London, Street & Smith. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 213.



Reel: 21
Black, Alexander.

Richard Gordon.

Boston, Lothrop pub. Co. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 214; Illustrated by Ernest Fuhr.



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Britton, Frederic H.

Teddie. A simple little out-of-door story about a child, in the telling of which a promise to a friend is redeemed.

Detroit, F.B. Dickerson. 1910

Wright bibliography number 185.



Reel: 21
Broadus, Thomas Andrew.

Serena Fair.

Louisville, Baptist Argus. 1906

Wright bibliography number 186.



Reel: 21
Broderick, Therese.

The brand. A tale of the Flathead Reservation.

Seattle, Alice Harriman. 1909

Wright bibliography number 187; By Therese Broderick (Tin Schreiner.).



Reel: 21
Brokaw, Estella Bachman.

The soul of the world.

Pasedena, Cal., Equitist Pub. House. 1909

Wright bibliography number 188.



Reel: 21
Bronson-Howard, George Fitzalan.

Norroy, diplomatic agent.

New York, Saalfield Pub. Co. c1907

Wright bibliography number 188A; Illustrated by Gordon Ross.



Reel: 21
Bronson-Howard, George Fitzalan.

Scars on the southern seas. A romance.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1907

Wright bibliography number 188B.



Reel: 21
Brooks, Asa Passavant.

The reservation. A romance of the pioneer days of Minnesota and of the Indian massacre of 1862.

[Comfrey, Minn.]. c1907

Wright bibliography number 189.



Reel: 21
Brooks, Hildegard.

The larky furnace and other adventures of Sue Betty.

Wright bibliography number 190; With cover and ill. by Peter Newell.

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Brooks, Mary Wallace.

A prodigal.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1907

Wright bibliography number 191.



Reel: 21
Blake, Adam.

The man with the hoe. A picture of American farm life as it is today.

Cincinnati, The R. Clarke company. 1904 [1903]

Wright bibliography number 215.



Reel: 22
Blake, Katherine Evans.

Heart's haven.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill co. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 216; Illustrated by E.M. Ashe.



Reel: 22
Blanchard, Amy Ella.

Bonny Lesley of the border.

Boston; Chicago, W.A. Wilde co. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 217.



Reel: 22
Blanchard, Amy Ella.

A frontier knight.

Boston; Chicago, W.A. Wilde. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 218; A story of early Texas borderlife.



Reel: 22
Blanchard, Amy Ella.

A heroine of 1812. A Maryland romance.

Boston; Chicago, W.A. Wilde. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 219.



Reel: 22
Bland, T[homas] A[ugustus].

"In the world celestial.".

Chicago, T.A. Bland & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 220; With an introduction by Rev. H.W. Thomas. 2nd ed.



Reel: 22
Blaney, Charles E.

Across the Pacific. A novel founded upon the melodrama of the same title.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 221.



Reel: 22
Blaney, Charles E.

Mr. Blarney from IReeland. A novel.

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

Wright bibliography number 223.



Reel: 22
Blease, Bessie Lee.

Eilene, or, The invisible side of a visible character.

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

Wright bibliography number 224.



Reel: 22
Block, Rudolph Edgar.

Children of men.

New York, McClure, Phillip & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 224; By Bruno Lessing [pseud.].



Reel: 22
Brower, James Hattan.

The mills of Mammon.

Joliet, Ill., P.H. Murray. 1909

Wright bibliography number 192.



Reel: 22
Brown, Demetra Vaka.

The first secretary. A novel.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1907

Wright bibliography number 193; By Demetra and Kenneth Brown; drawings by Sydney Adamson.



Reel: 22
Brown, Elizabeth Deborah Jewett.

Nell Beverly, farmer. A story of farm life.

New York, Rural Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 194; By Elizabeth Jewett Brown and Susan Jewett Howe.



Reel: 22
Brown, Henry Collins.

Mr. Goggles.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1907

Wright bibliography number 195; With eight ill. by Eliot Keen and from photographs.



Reel: 22
Brown, Joseph MacKey.

Astyanax. An epic romance of Ilion, Atlantis & Amarsca.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 196; Illustrated by William Lincoln Hudson.



Reel: 22
Brown, Katharine Holland.

Dawn.


New York, T.Y. Crowell. c1907

Wright bibliography number 197; Ill. by F. Walter Taylor.



Reel: 22
Bloomer, James M.

D'Mars' affinity. Romance of love's final test in time and tide.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie pub. Co. [c1903]

Wright bibliography number 226; Illustrated by A.D. Condo.



Reel: 23
Bloomingdale, Charles, Jr.

A failure.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 227; By Charles Bloomingdale, jr. ("Karl"); illustrated by V. Floyd Campbell.



Reel: 23
Boardman, William Henry.

The lovers of the woods.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 228.



Reel: 23
Bolt, Robert Apthorp.

Jim Eustis. A novel.

Boston, S.J. Parkhill & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 229.



Reel: 23
Bolton, Charles E[dward].

The Harris-Ingram experiment.

Cleveland, The Burrows brothers company. 1905 [1904]

Wright bibliography number 230.



Reel: 23
Bond, Oliver James.

Amzi. A novellete.

New York, Broadway publishing company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 231.



Reel: 23
Bonner, Geraldine.

The Castlecourt diamond case: being a compilation of the statements made by the various participants in this curious case now, for the first time, given to the public.

New York; London. Funk & Wagnalls company. 1906

Wright bibliography number 232; Frontispiece illustration by Harrie F. Stoner.



Reel: 23
Bonner, Geraldine.

The pioneer. A tale of two states.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company. [1905]

Wright bibliography number 233; With illustrations by Harrison Fisher.



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Bonner, Geraldine.

Tomorrow's tangle.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 234; Illustrations by Arthur L. Kellar.



Reel: 23
Bonner, John Sturgis.

K. Lamity's Texas tales.

Austin, Tex., Press of Von Boockmann (!) Jones company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 235; By John S. Bonner (alias K. Lamity).



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Book, Mrs. Amanda M.

A romance of Glenwood Springs.

Denver, Col., Colorado book company. c1905

Wright bibliography number 236.



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Brown, Katharine Holland.

The messenger.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1910

Wright bibliography number 198.



Reel: 23
Brown, Kenneth.

Sirocco. A novel.

New York, M. Kennerley. [1906]

Wright bibliography number 200.



Reel: 23
Brown, Theron.

Under the mulberry trees. A romance of the old 'forties.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1909

Wright bibliography number 201.



Reel: 23
Browne, Alice Harriman.

Chaperoning Adrienne. A tale of the Yellowstone national park.

Seattle, Metropolitan Press. 1907

Wright bibliography number 202; With ill. By Charles M. Russell…and photographs.



Reel: 23
Browne, Alice Harriman.

A man of two countries.

New York, Alice Harriman. 1910

Wright bibliography number 203; Chapter headings by C.M. Dowling.



Reel: 23
Browne, George Waldo.

Ruel Durkee, master of men.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1910

Wright bibliography number 204.



Reel: 23
Browne, Porter Emerson.

A foot there was.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 205; Illustrated by Edmund MaGrath and W.W. Fawcett.



Reel: 23
Brownell, Gertrude (Hall).

The unknown quantity.

New York, H. Holt. 1910

Wright bibliography number 206.



Reel: 23
Broyles, Lester Everret.

A man without principles?.

Norfolk, Va., Hocking Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 207; By Retsel Terreve [pseud.]; with ill. by McKee Barclay.



Reel: 23
Boone, Henry Burnham.

The career triumphant.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 237.



Reel: 24
Boone, Henry Burnham.

Eastover court house. A novel.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 238; By Henry Burnham Boone and Kenneth Brown.



Reel: 24
Boone, Henry Burnham.

The Redfields succession. A novel.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 239; By Henry Burnham Boone & Kenneth Brown.



Reel: 24
Borders, Joseph H.

The queen of Appalachia.

New York; London, The Abbey press. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 240.



Reel: 24
Borland, James H.

A modern Socrates. A novel.

Boston, Eastern publishing company. [c1904]

Wright bibliography number 241.



Reel: 24
Bosher, Kate Lee (Langley).

When love is love. A novel.

New York; Washington, The Neale Publishing Company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 242; By Kate Langley Bosher.



Reel: 24
Boteler, Mattie M.

The evolution of Juliet.

Cincinnati, O., The Standard publishing company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 243.



Reel: 24
Boteler, Mattie M.

Joe Binder's wild westing.

Cincinnati, O., The Standard publishing company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 244.



Reel: 24
Boteler, Mattie M.

Like as we are.

Cincinnati, O., The Standard publishing company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 245.



Reel: 24
Bowen, L[ittleton[ P[urnelll].

A daughter of the covenant. A tale of Louisiana.

Richmond, Va., The Presbyterian committee of publication. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 246; By Rev. L.P. Bowen.



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Bruce, Andasia Kimbrough.

Uncle Tom's cabin of today.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 208; By Mrs. William Liddell Bruce.



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Bruce, Jerome.

Studies in black and white. A novel in which are exemplified the lights and shades in the friendship and trust between black and white--master and slave--in their intercourse with each other in antebellum days.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 209.



Reel: 24
Bruce, Kenneth.

The return of the half moon.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 210; By Diedrick Crayon, jr.



Reel: 24
Brudno, Ezra S[elig].

The tether.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1908

Wright bibliography number 211.



Reel: 24
Brumbaugh, Henry Boyer.

Onesimus, the runaway slave.

Elgin, Ill., Brethren Pub. House. 1909

Wright bibliography number 212.



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Bryce, Clarence Archibald.

Kitty Dixon, belle of the South Anna. A wee bit of love and war.

[Richmond, Va. The "Southern clinic" Press]. [1907]

Wright bibliography number 213.


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