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Reel: 49
Donnell, Annie Hamilton.

A very small person.

New York, Harper and Brothers. 1906

Wright bibliography number 455; Illustrated by Elizabeth Shippen Green.



Reel: 49
Donworth, Grace.

The letters of Jennie Allen to her friend Miss Musgrove.

Boston, Small, Maynard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 457; With sixteen illustrations by Frederick R. Gruger.



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Dooley, Sallie May.

Dem good ole times.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1906

Wright bibliography number 458; By Mrs. James H. Dolley; illustrated by Suzanne Gutherz; decorated by Cora Parker.



Reel: 49
Doree, Nadage.

The sinful bachelor and his sinful doings. A novel.

New York, The News. 1908

Wright bibliography number 460.



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Cook, William Wallace.

The goal of a million.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 493.



Reel: 50
Cook, William Wallace.

The gold gleaners.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1904]

Wright bibliography number 494.



Reel: 50
Cook, William Wallace.

Marooned in 1492.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 495.



Reel: 50
Cook, William Wallace.

Wilby's Dan.

New York, Dodd, Mead and company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 496; Illustrated by G.B. Falls.



Reel: 50
Cooke, Grace (MacGowan).

A gourd fiddle.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus co. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 497; Illustrations by E. Lynn Mudge, E.B. Miles.



Reel: 50
Cooke, Grace (MacGowan).

The grapple. A story of the Illinois coal region.

Boston, L.C. Page & company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 498; With a frontispiece in color from a drawing by Arthur W. Brown.



Reel: 50
Cooke, Grace (MacGowan).

Huldah, proprietor of the Wagon-Tire house and genial philosopher of the cattle country.

Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 499; By Grace MacGowan Cooke and Alice MacGowan; illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory.



Reel: 50
Cooke, Grace (MacGowan).

Mistress Joy. A tale of Natchez in 1798.

New York, The Century co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 500; By Grace MacGowan Cooke and Annie Booth McKinney.



Reel: 50
Coolidge, Asenath Carver.

The Independence day horror at Killsbury.

Watertown, N.Y., Hungerford-Holbrook company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 501; Illustrated by Cassius M. Coolidge.



Reel: 50
Dorrance, Ethel Arnold Smith.

A maid and a man.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1909

Wright bibliography number 461; By Ethel Smith Dorrance; with illustrations by Ch. Weber-Ditzler.



Reel: 50
Dorset, G.

A successful wife. A story.

New York, Harper and Brothers. 1910

Wright bibliography number 462.



Reel: 50
Douglas, Amanda Minnie.

In the Sherburne line.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1907

Wright bibliography number 463.



Reel: 50
Douglass, John Jordan.

The girdle of the great. A story of the new South.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. [1908]

Wright bibliography number 464.



Reel: 50
Dounce, Harry Esty.

Cliartho Philanders. A very ancient idyll newly refurbished for another spring.

Clinton, N.Y., G.W. Browning. 1909

Wright bibliography number 465.



Reel: 50
Dowding, Henry Wallace.

The man from Mars; or, Service, for service's sake.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 466; By Henry Wallace Dowding (Dunraven).



Reel: 50
Doyle, Martha Claire MacGowan.

Mint Julep.

New York, W.D. Lane. 1909

Wright bibliography number 467; By Martha James; illustrated by Reginald F. Bolles.



Reel: 50
Driscoll. Clara.

In the shadow of the Alamo.

New York, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1906

Wright bibliography number 468; Illustrated by Florence Eagar.



Reel: 50
Driver, John Merritte.

A modern tragedy. A romance of Italy and America.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. c1906

Wright bibliography number 469.



Reel: 50
Coolidge, Asenath Carver.

The modern Blessing fire. [A story].

New York; London, The Abbey press. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 502.



Reel: 51
Coom, Charles S[leeman].

The baronet rag-picker. A story of love and adventure.

Boston, Mass. C.M. Clark publishing co., inc. 1905

Wright bibliography number 503.



Reel: 51
Coopenhaver, Laura Scherer.

An adventurous quest. A story of three boys as told by the friend in whom they confided.

Philadelphia, Pa., Lutheran publication society. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 507.



Reel: 51
Cooper, Edward Herbert.

A fool's year.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 504.



Reel: 51
Cooper, J[acob] C[alvin].

The Yamhills. An Indian romance.

M'Minnville, Or, J.C. Cooper. 1904

Wright bibliography number 505; Illustrated with sketches by Fred G. Cooper.



Reel: 51
Cope, Henry Frederick.

The Bonanza Bible class.

Chicago, The Winona publishing company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 506.



Reel: 51
Copus, John Edwin.

Harry Russell, a Rockland college boy.

New York; Cincinnati, Benziger brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 508; By Rev. J.E. Copus, S.J. .



Reel: 51
Copus, John Edwin.

Saint Cuthbert's.

New York; Cincinnati, Benziger brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 509; By Rev. J.E. Copus.



Reel: 51
Copus, John Edwin.

Shadows lifted. A sequel to Saint Cuthbert's.

New York; Cincinnati, Benziger brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 510; By Rev. J.E. Copus, S.J. .



Reel: 51
Droke, Anna Elizabeth Scott.

At the foot of No-Man.

Cincinnati, Monfort. [c1906]

Wright bibliography number 470.



Reel: 51
Drummon, Andrew Lewis.

True detective stories.

New York, M.A. Donohue. c1908-1909

Wright bibliography number 471.



Reel: 51
Du Bois, James T.

Fun and pathos of one life.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 472.



Reel: 51
Du Bose, Horace Mellard Bishop.

The men of Sapio ranch.

Nashville, Tenn., Publishing House of the M.E. church, South Smith & Lamar, agents. 1909

Wright bibliography number 473.



Reel: 51
Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni.

Ivar the Viking. A romantic history based on authentic facts of the third and fourth centuries.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1907

Wright bibliography number 474.



Reel: 51
Dudley, Edward Lawrence.

The Isle of Whispers. A tale of the New England seas.

New York, H. Holt. 1910

Wright bibliography number 475; By E. Lawrence Dudley.



Reel: 51
Duffy, James Oscar Greeley.

An adventure in exile. A sentimental comedy.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1908

Wright bibliography number 476; By Richard Duffy.



Reel: 51
Dunckel, John.

The Molly joggers. Tales of the campfire.

Springfield, Mo., H.S. Jewell. [1907]

Wright bibliography number 478.



Reel: 51
Dunham, Anna Cross.

The corduroy road. A tale of pioneer life in the Middle West in the early 40's.

Akron, O., Werner. c1909

Wright bibliography number 479; Ill. by E.N. Clark.



Reel: 51
Dunham, Curtis.

Gambolling with Galatea. A bucolic romance.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1909

Wright bibliography number 480; With illustrations by Oliver Herford.



Reel: 51
Corbin, John.

The first loves of Perilla.

New York, Fox, Duffel and company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 511; With a frontispiece in color by C. Allan Gilbert.



Reel: 52
Corbyn, Clara A.B.

La Gran Quibira. A musical mystery. Opera historique. A romanza in five acts, with overture, pReelude and interlude.

The author's ed. [Los Angeles, Cal.]. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 512.



Reel: 52
Corstvet, Alexander.

Elling, and some things that helped to shape his life.

Milwaukee, S.Y. Gillan & co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 514;[by] Alexander Corstvet.



Reel: 52
[Coryell, John Russell].

A child of love. A startling story of struggles of a girl born out of wedlock against the sins and perversions of to-day.

New York; London, Physical culture publishing co. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 516; By Margaret Grant [pseud.].



Reel: 52
[Coryell, John Russell].

Run to earth; or, The tale of a daring forgery.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1902]

Wright bibliography number 517; Nicholas Carter [pseud.].



Reel: 52
Coughlin, Hanorah.

Strange fates; or, Detta.

New York, Broadway Publishing Company. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 519.



Reel: 52
Dunn, Bryon Archibald.

With Lyon in Missouri.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1910

Wright bibliography number 481; With eight ill. by H.S. De Lay.



Reel: 52
Dunn, Ella Heustis.

The castle of many mirrors and their sequel.

Chicago, M.A. Donohue. c1906

Wright bibliography number 482.



Reel: 52
Dunning, James Edmund.

The master builders.

New York, D. Appleton. 1909

Wright bibliography number 483.



Reel: 52
Durham, Robert Lee.

The call of the South.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1908

Wright bibliography number 485; Illustrated by Henry Roth.



Reel: 52
Dushaw, Amos Isaac.

Proselytes of the ghetto.

New Brunswick, N.J., Heidingsfeld. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 486.



Reel: 52
Dyar, Muriel Campbell.

Davie and Elisabeth. Wonderful adventures.

New York, Harper & brothers. 1908

Wright bibliography number 487.



Reel: 52
Dye, Eva (Emery).

McDonald of Oregon. A tale of two shores.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1906

Wright bibliography number 488; Illustrated by Walter J. Enright.



Reel: 52
Earls, Michael.

Melchior of Boston.

New York, Benziger brothers. 1910

Wright bibliography number 489.



Reel: 52
Eastman, Elaine Goodale.

Little Brother o' Dreams.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1910

Wright bibliography number 490.



Reel: 52
Cowen, Kittie (Skidmore).

An unconditional surrender.

Chicago, M.A. Donohue & co. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 520.



Reel: 53
Cox, John E.

Sang Sammy. A story of the mountain people.

Providence, Ky., Press of the Enterprise. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 521; By Rev. John E. Cox. [2d ed.].



Reel: 53
Cox, Leland Dolph.

Stolen from a duchy's throne. A romance of Tuscany.

Washington, The Neale Publishing Company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 522; With illustrations by A.G. Heaton.



Reel: 53
Craig, Katherine L[ee].

Judge Greyburn and Kathlene Lee.

New York; London, The Abbey press. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 523.



Reel: 53
Cram, George Franklin.

Minette. A story of the first crusade.

Chicago, J.W. Iliff & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 524; With illustrations by Waldo Bowser and F.D. Schook.



Reel: 53
Cramp, Walter Samuel.

Psyche.


Boston, Little Brown and company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 525; With illustrations from drawings by W.T. Bendad.



Reel: 53
Crandall, C.E.

Z, a boy.

Cincinnati, Printed for the author by Jennings and Graham. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 526.



Reel: 53
Crane, Stephen.

The O'Ruddy. A romance.

New York, F.A. Stokes co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 527; Stephen Crane, Robert Barr.



Reel: 53
Eaton, Isabel Graham.

By the shores of Arcady.

New York, Outing Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 491; Decorations by W.G. Krieghoff.



Reel: 53
Eaton, Walter Prichard.

The runaway place. A May idyl of Manhattan.

New York, H. Holt. 1909

Wright bibliography number 492; By Walter Prichard Eaton and Elise Morris Underhill.



Reel: 53
Eby, Anson Doner.

Showers of blessings.

Lancaster, Pa., Examiner Printing House. 1908

Wright bibliography number 493; By Anson D. Eby.



Reel: 53
Eddy, Arthur Jerome.

Ganton & co., A story of Chicago commercial and social life.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1908

Wright bibliography number 494; Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty.



Reel: 53
Eddy, Arthur Jerome.

Tales of a small town. By one who lived there.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1907

Wright bibliography number 495.



Reel: 53
Edes, Robert Thaxter.

Parson Gay's three sermons; or, Saint Sacrement.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 496.



Reel: 53
Eggleston, George Cary.

Blind Alleys. A novel of nowadays.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. [1906]

Wright bibliography number 497; Illustrated by E. Pollak.



Reel: 53
Eggleston, George Cary.

Irene of the mountains. A romance of Old Virginia.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 498; Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 53
Crampsey, Algernon Sidney.

The greater love.

New York; London, The Abbey press. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 528.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Cecilia. A story of modern Rome.

New York, The Macmillan company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 529.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Fair Margaret. A portrait.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1905

Wright bibliography number 530; with illustrations by Horace T. Carpenter.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

The heart of Rome. A tale of the "lost water.".

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

Wright bibliography number 531.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Man overboard!.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 532.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Marietta: a maid of Venice.

New York; London, The Macmillan co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 533.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Soprano. A portrait.

London, Macmillan & Co., ltd., New York, The Macmillan Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 534.



Reel: 54
Eggleston, George Cary.

Jack Shelby. A story of the Indiana backwoods.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee and Shepard. 1906

Wright bibliography number 499; Ill. by G.W. Picknell.



Reel: 54
Eggleston, George Cary.

Love ins the sum of it all. A plantation romance.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1907

Wright bibliography number 500; Illustrated by Hermann Heyer.



Reel: 54
Eggleston, George Cary.

Two gentlemen of Virginia. A novel of the old regime in the Old Dominion.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. c1908

Wright bibliography number 501; Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 54
Eggleston, George Cary.

The Warrens of Virginia. A novel by George Cary Eggelston; founded on the play of William C. De Mille.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1906

Wright bibliography number 502; Ill. from scenes in the play.



Reel: 54
Eggleston, George Cary.

Westover of Wanalah: A story of love and life in old Virginia.

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 503; Illustrated by Emil Pollak Ottendorff.



Reel: 54
Eldridge, William Tillinghast.

An American princess.

New York, Sturgis & Walton. 1909

Wright bibliography number 504; With a frontispiece by E. Pollak Ottendorff.



Reel: 54
Eldridge, William Tillinghast.

Hilma.


New York, Dodd, Mead. 1907

Wright bibliography number 505; Illustrations by Harrison Fisher and Martin Justice.



Reel: 54
Crawford, Francis Marion.

Whosoever shall offend.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 535; with eight illustrations drawn in Rome with the author's suggestions, by Horace T. Carpenter.



Reel: 55
Creelman, James.

Eagle blood.

Boston, Lothrop publishing company. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 536; Illustrated by Rose Cecil O'Neill.



Reel: 55
Crewdson, Charles N[ewman].

Tales of the road.

Chicago, Thompson & Thomas. 1905

Wright bibliography number 537; Illustrated by J.J. Gould.



Reel: 55
Crissey, Forrest.

The country boy.

Chicago; New York, F.H. Revell company. [1903]

Wright bibliography number 538; Illustrated by Griselda Marshall McClure.



Reel: 55
Crissey, Forrest.

Tattlings of a retired politician.

Chicago, Thompson & Thomas. 1904

Wright bibliography number 539; With fifty-eight illustrations by John T. McCutcheon.



Reel: 55
Crockett, Ingram.

A brother of Christ. A tale of western Kentucky.

New York, Broadway publishing company. [c1905]

Wright bibliography number 540; Illustrated in color by Hartman.



Reel: 55
Crosby, Ernest [Howard].

Captain Jinks, hero.

New York; London, Funk & Wagnall co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 541; Illustrations by Dan Beard.



Reel: 55
Eldridge, William Tillinghast.

Meryl.


New York, Dodd, Mead. 1908

Wright bibliography number 506; Frontispiece by John Rae.



Reel: 55
Elison, Edith Nicholl Bradley.

The blossoming of the waste.

New York, Calkins. 1908

Wright bibliography number 514.



Reel: 55
Elliott, Nina Mills.

The accused.

New York, Saxonia Press. 1909

Wright bibliography number 507.



Reel: 55
Ellis, Edward Sylvester.

Low twelve. "By their deeds ye shall know them." A series of striking and truthful incidents illustrative of the fidelity of Free Masons to one another in times of distress and danger.

New York, Macoy Pub. And Mason Supply Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 508.



Reel: 55
Ellis, Elizabeth.

Barbara Winslow, rebel.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. 1906

Wright bibliography number 509; Ill. by John Rae.



Reel: 55
Ellis, Elizabeth.

The king's spy.

Edinburgh, W. Blackwood. 1910

Wright bibliography number 510; By Beth Ellis.



Reel: 55
Ellis, J[ohn] Breckenridge.

Arkinsaw cousins. A story of the Ozarks.

New York, H. Holt. 1908

Wright bibliography number 511.



Reel: 55
Ellis, J[ohn] Breckenridge.

The soul of a serf. A romance of love and valor among the Anglos and Saxons.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 512.



Reel: 55
Ellis, J[ohn] Breckenridge.

Twin Starrs A. A novel.

Boston, Mayhew Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 513.



Reel: 55
Crowley, Mary Catherine.

A daughter of New France. With some account of the gallant Sieur Cadillac and his colony on the Detroit.

Boston, Little, Brown, and company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 542; Illustrated by Clyde O. De Land.



Reel: 56
Crowley, Mary Catherine.

The heroine of the Strait. A romance of Detroit in the time of Pontiac.

Boston, Little, Brown, and co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 543; Illustrated by Ch. Grunwald.



Reel: 56
Crowley, Mary Catherine.

Love thrives in war. A romance of the frontier in 1812.

Boston, Little, Brown, and company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 544; Illustrated by Clyde O. De Land.



Reel: 56
Crowninshield, Mary (Bradford).

Mysterious Miss Dacres.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 545.



Reel: 56
Crowninshield, Mary (Bradford).

Valencia's garden.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 546.



Reel: 56
[Cruger, Julie Grinnell (Storrow)] "Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger.".

The story of a social career.

New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 547; By Julien Gordon [pseud.].



Reel: 56
[Cruger, Julie Grinnell (Storrow)] "Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger.".

The wage of character. A social study.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 548; By Julien Gordon [pseud.].



Reel: 56
[Cruger, Julie Grinnell (Storrow)] "Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger.".

World's people.

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

Wright bibliography number 549; By Julien Gordon (Mrs. Van Rensselaer Cruger).



Reel: 56
Cullaton, Harriet C[arpenter].

Firm of Nan & Sue, stenographers.

New York, Broadway publishing co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 550.



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Elison, Edith Nicholl Bradley.

The burnt-offering.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. [1908]

Wright bibliography number 515; By Edith Nicholl Ellison.


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