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Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

David Hunt, and Malina Gray.

Philadelphia, G.R. Graham. 1845

Wright bibliography number 2496.



Reel: S-19
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The diamond necklace: and other tales.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 2497.



Reel: S-19
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Double false.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1868]

Wright bibliography number 2357.



Reel: S-36
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Fashion and famine.

New York, Bunce. 1854

Wright bibliography number 2358.



Reel: S-36
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The gold brick.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1866]

Wright bibliography number 2359.



Reel: S-36
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The gradesman's boast.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 2501.



Reel: S-19
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The heiress of Greenhurst.

New York, E. Stephens. 1857

Wright bibliography number 2360.



Reel: S-36
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Henry Longford, or, The forged will.

Boston, Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 2497A.



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Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

High life in New York.

New York, Burgess, Stringer. 1845

Wright bibliography number 2500; By Jonathan Slick, Esq. [pseud.] Complete in 1 no.



Reel: S-19
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

High life in New York.

New York, E. Stephens. 1843

Wright bibliography number 2498; By Jonathan Slick, Esq. [pseud.].



Reel: S-19
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Lord Hope's choice.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1873]

Wright bibliography number 2361.



Reel: S-36
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Mabel's mistake.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1868]

Wright bibliography number 2362.



Reel: S-37
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Married in haste.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1870]

Wright bibliography number 2363.



Reel: S-37
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Mary Derwent.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1858]

Wright bibliography number 2364.



Reel: S-37
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

A noble woman.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1871]

Wright bibliography number 2365.



Reel: S-37
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Norston's Rest.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1877]

Wright bibliography number 5177.



Reel: S-57
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The old countess; or, The two proposals.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1873]

Wright bibliography number 2366.



Reel: S-37
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The old homestead.

New York, Bunce. 1855

Wright bibliography number 2367.



Reel: S-38
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Palaces and prisons.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1871]

Wright bibliography number 2368.



Reel: S-38
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Phemie Frost's experiences.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1874

Wright bibliography number 2369.



Reel: S-38
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The reigning belle.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1872]

Wright bibliography number 2370.



Reel: S-38
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The rejected wife.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1863]

Wright bibliography number 2371.



Reel: S-38
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Ruby Gray's strategy.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1869]

Wright bibliography number 2372.



Reel: S-39
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Silent struggles.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1865]

Wright bibliography number 2373.



Reel: S-39
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The soldier's orphans.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1866]

Wright bibliography number 2374.



Reel: S-39
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The wife.

In M. Woodruff, ed., A drop from the bucket.
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

The wife's secret.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1864]

Wright bibliography number 2375.



Reel: S-39
Stephens, Ann Sophia (Winterbotham).

Wives and widows; or, The broken life.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1869]

Wright bibliography number 2376.



Reel: S-39
Stephens, C.A.

Young Moll's peevy.

In Stories by American authors, X.
Stephens, Charles Asbury.

Off to the geysers; or, the young yachters in Iceland. As recorded by "Wade.".

New York, Hurst. [1906?]

Wright bibliography number 1575.



Reel: 158
Stephens, Dan Voorhees.

Phelps and his teachers.

Fremont, Neb., Hammond & Stephens co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2134; Decorations by Nina E. Lumbard.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Dan Voorhees.

Silas Cobb. A story of supervision.

Fremont, Neb., Hammond bros. & Stephens. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2135.



Reel: 219
Stephens, Harriet Marion (Ward).

Hagar the martyr; or, Passion and reality.

Boston, W.P. Fetridge. 1855

Wright bibliography number 2377.



Reel: S-40
Stephens, Harriet Marion (Ward).

Home scenes and home sounds; or, T he world from my window.

Boston, Fetridge. 1854

Wright bibliography number 2378.



Reel: S-40
Stephens, Kate.

A woman's heart. Manuscripts found in the papers of Katherine Peshconet.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1576;And edited by her executor Olive Ransom.



Reel: 159
Stephens, Louise G.

Letters from an Oregon ranch.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1905

Wright bibliography number 54 Sup.



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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 continental dragoon.

Boston, L.C. Page and Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 5178.



Reel: S-57
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

An enemy to the king.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1897

Wright bibliography number 5179.



Reel: S-57
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.

A gentleman player.

Boston, L.C. Page and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 5180.



Reel: S-58
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

The life and adventures of Steve Brodie, B.J.

New York, T.H. Davis. 1894

Wright bibliography number 5181.



Reel: S-58
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
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

Philip Winwood.

Boston, L.C. Page & Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 182.



Reel: S-58
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

The road to Paris.

Boston, L.C. Page & Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 5183.



Reel: S-58
Stephens, Robert Neilson.

Tales from Bohemia.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1577; Illustrated by Wallace Goldsmith.



Reel: 159
Stephenson, Cora Bennett.

The hand of God.

Boston, Ball Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1578.



Reel: 159
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, Henry Thew.

Patroon van Volkenberg.

Indianapolis, The Bowen-Merrill Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 5184.



Reel: S-58
Stephenson, Nathaniel.

The Tumbrils.

In New stories from the Chap-Book.
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
The Step-sister.

Richmond, Ayres & Wade. 1863

Wright bibliography number 2379; By a Southern gentleman.

Reel: S-40
Sterling, Charles F.

Buff and blue; or, The privateers of the Revolution.

New York, W.H. Graham. 1847

Wright bibliography number 2502.



Reel: S-19
Sterling, Charles F.

The Red Coats; or, The sack of Unquowa.

New York, Williams. 1848

Wright bibliography number 2503.



Reel: S-19
Sterling, Sara Hawks.

Shake-speares sweetheart.

Philadelphia, G.W. Jacobs & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2145; Pictured by Clara Elsone Peck.



Reel: 220
[Sterns, E.E.].

Eros; or, Miss Barbara's escape.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1878

Wright bibliography number 5185.



Reel: S-58
Sterns, Justin.

Osru. A tale of many incarnations. The history of a soul.

New York, Lenox Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1579.



Reel: 159
Stetson, Grace Ellery (Channing).

The fortune of a day.

Chicago, H.S. Stone & Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 5186.



Reel: S-59
Stetson, Grace Ellery (Channing).

The house on the hilltop.

In Stories of Italy.
Stetson, Grace Ellery (Channing).

Oreste's patron.

In Stories from the Chap-book.
Stetson, Grace Ellery (Channing).

The sister of a saint, and other stories.

Chicago, Stone & Kimball. 1895

Wright bibliography number 5187.



Reel: S-59
Steuart, John Alexander.

The eternal quest.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1901

Wright bibliography number 55.



Reel: 6
Steuart, John Alexander.

The Samaritans. A tale of to-day.

New York, F.H. Revell. c1903

Wright bibliography number 56.



Reel: 6
Steuart, John Alexander.

A son of Gad. An Anglo-American story of to-day.

New York, D. Appleton. 1902

Wright bibliography number 57.



Reel: 6
Stevens, Charles McClellan.

The adventures of Uncle Jeremiah and family at the great Fair.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. 1893

Wright bibliography number 5188; By "Quondam" [pseud.].



Reel: S-59
Stevens, Charles McClellan.

Labor is king.

Chicago, The Popular Pub. Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 5189.



Reel: S-59
Stevens, Charles McClellan.

Lucky Ten Bar of Paradise valley.

Chicago, Rhodes & McClure Pub. Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 5190.



Reel: S-50
Stevens, Harry.

The child of the wreck.

Philadelphia, Burgess & Zieber. 1843

Wright bibliography number 2504.



Reel: S-19
Stevens, Ida Wood.

Light out of darkness; or, The blue and the gray united.

[King City, Mo.]. 1887

Wright bibliography number 5191.



Reel: S-59
Stevens, Isaac Newton.

The liberators. A story of future American politics.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1580; Illustrations by Nella Fountain Binkley.



Reel: 159
Stevens, Mary Fletcher.

By subtle fragrance held.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 5192.



Reel: S-59
Stevens, Mrs. Sheppard.

I am the King.

Boston, Little, Brown and Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 5193.



Reel: S-59
Stevens, Mrs. Sheppard.

The sword of justice.

Boston, Little, Brown and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 5194.



Reel: S-59
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, T. Hood].

Reveries of a young man in quest of a wife.

Philadelphia, Sherman & Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 5195; By Frank M. Willoughby [pseud.].



Reel: S-60
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
Stevens, Thomas Wood.

The parchment in the hollow hilt.

Chicago, Blue sky press. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1662; By Thomas Wood Stevens & Alden Charles Noble.



Reel: 172
[Stevens, William].

The unjust judge; or, The evils of intemperance of judges, lawyers, and politicians.

Mansfield, O. 1854

Wright bibliography number 2380.



Reel: S-40
Stevenson, A.C.

Unspotted from the world.

New York, F. Tennyson Neely. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 5196.



Reel: S-60
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 girl with the blue sailor.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1581.



Reel: 159
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.

The quest for the rose of Sharon.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1582.



Reel: 159
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
Stevenson, Edward Irenaeus Prime.

Madame Clerc.

In F.E. McKay, ed., Vignettes.
Stevenson, Robert Louis.

The ebb tide; a trio & quartette.

Chicago & Cambridge, Stone & Kimball. 1894

Wright bibliography number 5197; By Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne.



Reel: S-60
Stevenson, Robert Louis.

The wrecker.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1892

Wright bibliography number 5198; By Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne.



Reel: S-60
Stevenson, Robert Louis.

The wrong box.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1889

Wright bibliography number 519; By Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne.



Reel: S-60
Stewart, Charles David.

The fugitive blacksmith.

New York, The Century co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2157.



Reel: 221
Stewart, Charles David.

Partners of providence.

New York, Century. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1583; Illustrated by C.J. Taylor.



Reel: 159
Stewart, Ella Maude.

Majella; or, Nameless and blind.

Philadelphia, Printed by J.B. Lippincott Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 5200.



Reel: S-60
Stewart, Elwood Stokes.

The veiled lady.

Philadelphia, Holtz & Co. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 5201.



Reel: S-60
Stewart, Mary.

Unspotted from the world.

New York, R.L. Weed Co. [c1897]

Wright bibliography number 5203.



Reel: S-61
[Stewart, Matilda].

Lily's lover; or, A trip out of season.

New York, The Authors' Pub. Co. [c1878]

Wright bibliography number 5204.



Reel: S-61
Stewart, Merch Bradt.

The N'th Foot in war.

New York, Abbey Press. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 5205.



Reel: S-61
Stewart, Mrs. George Eliot.

The Burnhams: or, The two roads.

New York, G.W. Carleton & Co.; [etc.]. 1884

Wright bibliography number 5202.



Reel: S-61
Stickney, Mary (Smith).

Ouray Jim, and other stories.

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

Wright bibliography number 2158.



Reel: 221
Stickney, Mary Etta (Smith).

Brown of Lost River.

New York, Appleton. 1900

Wright bibliography number 5206.



Reel: S-61
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
[Stiles, W.L., Jr.].

All is not gold that glistens.

Philadelphia. 1887

Wright bibliography number 5207; By Rae [pseud.].



Reel: S-61
Stiles, William Curtis.

Double jeopardy!.

New York, Home Pub. Co. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 5208.



Reel: S-61
Stiles, William Curtis.

The Master's mission; or, The minister who dared.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 5209.



Reel: S-62
Stiles, William Curtis.

A matter of business, and other stories.

Chicago, Advance Pub. Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 5210.



Reel: S-62
Stillman, Annie Raymond.

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

Chicago, F.H. Revell co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2160.



Reel: 221
[Stillman, Annie Raymond].

How they kept the faith.

New York, Anson D.F. Randolph. [c1889]

Wright bibliography number 5211; By Grace Raymond [pseud.].



Reel: S-62
Stillson, Florence Georgeanna Merchant.

Doris.


Danbury [Conn.] Pub. For Private Circulation. 1891

Wright bibliography number 5212.



Reel: S-62
Stimpson, Herbert Baird.

The regeneration.

Washington, D.C., W. Neale. 1896

Wright bibliography number 5213.



Reel: S-62
Stimpson, Herbert Baird.

The Tory maid.

New York, Dodd, mead and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 5214.



Reel: S-62
Stimson, Alexander Lovett.

Easy Nat; or, The three apprentices.

New York, J.C. Derby. 1854

Wright bibliography number 2381.



Reel: S-40
Stimson, Alexander Lovett.

Poor Caroline; the Indiaman's daughter. Or, All's well that ends well.

Boston, The Author. 1845

Wright bibliography number 2505.



Reel: S-19
Stimson, Alexander Lovett.

Waifwood.

Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1864

Wright bibliography number 2382.



Reel: S-40
Stimson, Frederic Jesup.

The crime of Henry Vane.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1884

Wright bibliography number 5215.



Reel: S-62
Stimson, Frederic Jesup.

First harvests.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1888

Wright bibliography number 5216.



Reel: S-62
Stimson, Frederic Jesup.

Guerndale.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1882

Wright bibliography number 5217.



Reel: S-63
Stimson, Frederic Jesup.

In cure of her soul.

New York, D. Appleton. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1584.


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