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Cheney, Ednah D[ow (Littlehale)].

Nora's return; a sequel to "The doll's house" of Henry Ibsen.

Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1890

Wright bibliography number 1012.



Reel: C-19
Cheney, Elizabeth.

The king's gold.

New York, Eaton & Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 1013.



Reel: C-19
Cheney, Elizabeth.

The lapidaries and Aunt Deborah hears "The Messiah".

New York, Eaton & Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 1014.



Reel: C-19
Cheney, Elizabeth.

A peep at the Pilgrims in sixteen hundred thirty-six.

Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1824

Wright bibliography number 512.



Reel: C-4
Cheney, Elizabeth.

The rivals of Acadia.

Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1827

Wright bibliography number 515.



Reel: C-4
Cheney, Frank J.

A life of unity. And other stories.

Toledo, [The Blade printing & paper co.].

Wright bibliography number 416.



Reel: 42
Cheney, Harriet Vaughan (Foster).

Confessions of an early martyr.

Boston, B.H. Greene. 1846

Wright bibliography number 511.



Reel: C-4
Cheney, John Vance.

The old doctor.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1885

Wright bibliography number 1015.



Reel: C-19
Cheney, Walter Thomas.

An apocalypse of life.

Boston, Arena Pub. Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 1016.



Reel: C-19
Cheney, Warren.

The challenge.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. [1906]

Wright bibliography number 281; With illustrations by N.C. Wyeth.



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Cheney, Warren.

The way of the North. A romance of the days of Baranof.

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 418.



Reel: 42
Cheney, William Atwell.

Miranda Higgins.

In Short stories by California authors.
Cher, Henry W.B. [pseud.].

Gnaw-Wood; or, New England life in a village.

New York, National News Co. [c1868]

Wright bibliography number 509.



Reel: C-10
Chesebro', Caroline.

The children of light.

New York, Redfield. 1853

Wright bibliography number 510.



Reel: C-10
Chesebro', Caroline.

Dream-land by daylight.

New York, Redfield. 1851

Wright bibliography number 511.



Reel: C-11
Chesebro', Caroline.

The foe in the household.

Boston, J.R. Osgood. 1871

Wright bibliography number 512.



Reel: C-11
Chesebro', Caroline.

In honor bound.

In C.C. Harrison, ed., Short stories.
Chesebro', Caroline.

Isa.


New York, Redfield. 1852

Wright bibliography number 514.



Reel: C-11
Chesebro', Caroline.

Peter Carradine; or, The martindale pastoral.

New York, Sheldon. 1863

Wright bibliography number 515.



Reel: C-11
Chesebro', Caroline.

Philly and Kit; or, Life and raiment.

New York, Redfield. 1856

Wright bibliography number 516.



Reel: C-12
Chesebro', Caroline.

The Prince at land's end.

In Gifts of genius.
Chesebro', Caroline.

The record of Dorcas Bently.

In Short stories, 2d ser.
Chesebro', Caroline.

Susan, the fisherman's daughter; or, Getting along.

New York, J.C. Derby. 1855

Wright bibliography number 513.



Reel: C-11
Chesebro', Caroline.

Victor and Jacqueline.

In Atlantic tales.
Chesebro', Caroline.

Victoria; or, The world overcome.

New York, Derby and Jackson. 1856

Wright bibliography number 517.



Reel: C-12
Chester, Evelyn.

Miss Derrick: A Boston society girl's diary.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. 1894

Wright bibliography number 1020.


Chester, John.

Ruth, the Christian scientist; or, The new hygeia.

Boston, H.H. Carter & Karrick. 1888

Wright bibliography number 1021.



Reel: C-20
Chester, Lillian Gimblin.

Taming a vaquero.

San Francisco, Press Whitaker & Ray-Wiggin. 1909

Wright bibliography number 282.



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Chestnutt, Charles W[addell].

The colonel's dream.

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 419.



Reel: 42
Chestnutt, Charles W[addell].

The marrow of tradition.

Boston; New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 420.



Reel: 42
Chestnutt, Charles Waddell.

The conjure woman.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1017.



Reel: C-19
Chestnutt, Charles Waddell.

The house behind the cedars.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1018.



Reel: C-19
Chestnutt, Charles Waddell.

The wife of his youth, and other stories of the color line.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1019.



Reel: C-19
[Chetwood, John].

…Our search for the missing millions (of Cocos Island): being an account of a curious cruise, and a more than curious character. By one of the searchers.

[San Francisco?], The South Sea Bubble co. [1904]

Wright bibliography number 421; [Subscription ed.].



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Child, Frank Samuel.

A colonial witch; being a study of the black art in the colony of Connecticut.

New York, The Baker & Taylor Co. [1897]

Wright bibliography number 1022.



Reel: C-20
Child, Frank Samuel.

Friend or foe.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1023.



Reel: C-20
Child, Frank Samuel.

A puritan wooing.

New York, The Baker & Taylor Co. [1898]

Wright bibliography number 1024.



Reel: C-20
Child, Frank Samuel.

An unknown patriot.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1025.



Reel: C-20
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Autumnal leaves: tales and sketches in prose and rhyme.

New York, C.S. Francis. 1857

Wright bibliography number 518.



Reel: C-12
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

The church in the wilderness.

In N.P. Willis, ed., The legendary.
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

The coronal. A collection of miscellaneous pieces, written at various times.

Boston, Carter and Hendee. 1832

Wright bibliography number 516.



Reel: C-4
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Fact and fiction: a collection of stories.

New York, C.S. Francis. 1846

Wright bibliography number 517.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Hobomok.


Boston, Cummings, Hilliard. 1824

Wright bibliography number 520.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

The Indian wife.

In N.P. Willis, ed., The legendary.
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Letters from New York.

New York, C.S. Francis. 1845

Wright bibliography number 529; 2d ser.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Letters from New-York.

New York, C.S. Francis. 1843

Wright bibliography number 521.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Philothea.

Boston, Otis, Braoders. 1836

Wright bibliography number 534.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

The rebels; or, Boston before the revolution.

Boston, Cummings, Hilliard. 1825

Wright bibliography number 538.



Reel: C-5
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

Recollections of Ole Bull.

In [W.F. Gill] ed., Golden Treasures.
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis).

A romance of the Republic.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867

Wright bibliography number 519.



Reel: C-12
Child, Richard Washburn.

Jim Hands.

New York, Macmillan. 1910

Wright bibliography number 283; Frontispiece by J.A. Williams.



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Childe, Edward Vernon.

Edward Vernon, my cousin's story.

New York, Harper. 1848

Wright bibliography number 540.



Reel: C-5
Childs, Carrie (Goldsmith).

And the sword fell.

Floral Park, N.Y., Mayflower Pub. Co. 1895

Wright bibliography number 1026.



Reel: C-21
Childs, Carrie (Goldsmith).

Lost lineage.

Floral Park, N.Y., Mayflower Pub. Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 1027.



Reel: C-21
[Childs, Eleanor Stuart (Patterson)].

Averages.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1028; by Eleanor Stuart [pseud.].



Reel: C-21
[Childs, Eleanor Stuart (Patterson)].

Stonepastures, by Eleanor Stuart [pseud.].

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1895

Wright bibliography number 1029.



Reel: C-21
Childs, Jessie Dow Hopkins.

The sea of matrimony. A novel.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 284.



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Chiles, Rosa Pendleton.

Down among the Crackers.

Cincinnati, The Editor Pub. Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 1030.



Reel: C-21
Chinquopin [pseud.].

George Denny; or, Sketches of life in the Far West.

San Francisco, P.P. Hull. 1856

Wright bibliography number 520.



Reel: C-12
Chintz, Charley [pseud.].

The gem of the mines; or, The conjuror of Iron cave.

Springfield, W.B. Brockett. 1845

Wright bibliography number 541.



Reel: C-6
Chipman, Charles Phillips.

The page and the prince; or, a right for the throne.

Boston, Ball Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 285; Ill. by John Goss.



Reel: 32
Chipman, Charles Phillips.

Through an unknown isle. A story of New Guinea.

Akron, O.; New York, The Saalfield Publishing Company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 422; Illustrated by F. Gilbert Edge.



Reel: 42
Chipman, De Witt C.

Beyond the verge; home of ten lost tribes of Israel.

Boston, J.H. Earle. 1896

Wright bibliography number 1031.



Reel: C-21
Chipman, H.G.

An appeal to Heaven.

In J.H. Robinson, Kosato.
Chipman, J.L.

George Pembleton; or, Love and hate.

Boston, Gleason. 1848

Wright bibliography number 542.



Reel: C-6
Chisholm, Belle V.

Stephen Lyle.

Cincinnati, Cranston & Stowe. 1891

Wright bibliography number 1032.



Reel: C-21
Chittenden, Richard Handy.

The knight of the lily.

Brooklyn, Rome Bros., Printers. 1880

Wright bibliography number 1033; By Philip May [pseud.].



Reel: C-22
Chittenden, Richard Handy.

Owls of the Always open.

Brooklyn, The Author. 1883

Wright bibliography number 1034.



Reel: C-22
Chittenden, Richard Handy.

A safe investment.

Brooklyn. 1879

Wright bibliography number 1035; By Philip May [pseud.].



Reel: C-22
Choat, J.F.

George Welding; or, Crime and its consequences.

Cincinnati, H.M. Rulison. [c1859]

Wright bibliography number 521.



Reel: C-12
Cholula; or, The young Mexican.

Philadelphia, J.P. Skelly. 1869

Wright bibliography number 522.

Reel: C-12
Chopin, Kate (O'Flaherty).

At fault.

St. Louis, Mixon-Jones Print. Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 1036.



Reel: C-22
Chopin, Kate (O'Flaherty).

The awakening.

Chicago & New York, H.S. Stone & Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1037.



Reel: C-22
Chopin, Kate (O'Flaherty).

Bayou folk.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 1038.



Reel: C-22
Chopin, Kate (O'Flaherty).

A night in Acadie.

Chicago, Way & Williams. 1897

Wright bibliography number 1039.



Reel: C-22
The Christian Indian; or, Times of the first settlers. The first of a series of American tales.

New York, Collins and Hannay. 1825

Wright bibliography number 543.

Reel: C-6
Christian, W[illiam] Asbury.

Marah. A story of old Virginia.

Richmond, Va., L.H. Jenkins, printer. 1903

Wright bibliography number 423.



Reel: 42
Christianson, Barbara.

A triumphant defeat.

New York; London, F.T. Nealy Co. [1901]

Wright bibliography number 424; With introduction by Joseph Tyler Butts.



Reel: 42
Christie, Joseph.

The volcanograph.

In [W.J. Johnston] comp., Lightning flashes and electric dashes.
Christmas stories. A score of tales of Christmastide and New Years.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates & co. [190-?]

Wright bibliography number 425.

Reel: 43
A Chronicle of Louisiana: being an account of one of the wars of Don Diego Rosa, called He of the Iron Arm, the last Catholic governor of that province. Paraphrased from the Spanish of the learned Doctor Frai Pedro Prado.

New York, Linen & Fennell. 1838

Wright bibliography number 544.

Reel: C-6
The Chronicles of the "Great Peace Jubilo.".

Boston, New England News Co. [c1860]

Wright bibliography number 522A.

Reel: C-12
Chubbuck, Judson.

Shadowgraphs.

Chicago, Atwell & Goodall, Printers. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 1040; Proctor, Ill., Pub. by the Author.



Reel: C-22
[Chumasero, John C.].

The landlord and tenant.

Rochester, W.H. Beach. 1845

Wright bibliography number 544A.



Reel: Sup 3
[Chumasero, John C.].

Laura, the Sicilian girl.

Rochester, W.H. Beach. 1845

Wright bibliography number 544B.



Reel: Sup 3
[Chumasero, John C.].

Life in Rochester; or, Sketches from life. By a resident citizen.

Rochester, D.M. Dewey. 1848

Wright bibliography number 544C.



Reel: Sup 3
[Chumasero, John C.].

The mysteries of Rochester.

Rochester, W.H. Beach. 1845

Wright bibliography number 544D.


[Church, Ella Rodman (MacIlvaine)].

The Catanese; or, The real and the ideal.

New York, Bunnell & Price. 1853

Wright bibliography number 524; By Ella Rodman.



Reel: C-13
[Church, Ella Rodman (MacIlvaine)].

Flights of fancy.

New York, J.S. Taylor. 1853

Wright bibliography number 525; By Ella Rodman.



Reel: C-13
Church, Lida A[bble].

A grain of madness. A romance.

New Tide Publishing House. 1902

Wright bibliography number 427.



Reel: 43
[Church, Pharcellus].

Mapleton; or, More work for the Maine law.

Boston, Jenks, Hickling and Swan. 1853

Wright bibliography number 526.



Reel: C-13
Church, Samuel Harden.

Horatio Poldgers.

New York, W.B. Smith. [c1882]

Wright bibliography number 1041.



Reel: C-22
Church, Samuel Harden.

John Marmaduke.

New York & London, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1897

Wright bibliography number 1042.



Reel: C-22
Church, Samuel Harden.

Penruddock of the White lambs. A tale of Holland, England and America.

New York, F.A. Stokes company. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 426; With frontispiece by Frank T. Merrill.



Reel: 43
Church, Virginia Woodson Frame.

Commencement days. A novel.

Boston, L.C. Page. 1910

Wright bibliography number 286.



Reel: 32
Church, Winston.

The celebrity.

New York, Macmillan. 1898

Wright bibliography number 1043.



Reel: C-23
Church, Winston.

Richard Carvel.

New York, London, The Macmillan Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 1044.



Reel: C-23
Churchill, Lida Abbie.

Playing with fire.

In [W.J. Johnston] comp., Lightning flashes and electric dashes.
Churchill, Winston.

Coniston.

New York, Macmillan. 1906

Wright bibliography number 287; With illustrations by Florence Scovel Shina.



Reel: 32
Churchill, Winston.

The crisis.

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

Wright bibliography number 428; With illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy.



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Churchill, Winston.

The crossing.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 429; With illustrations by Sydney Adamson and Lilian Bayliss.



Reel: 43
Churchill, Winston.

Mr. Keegan's elopement.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 430.



Reel: 43
Clack, Louise.

Our refugee household.

New York, Blelock. 1866

Wright bibliography number 527.



Reel: C-13
Claflin, Mary Bucklin (Davenport).

Brampton sketches.

New York, T.Y. Crowell & Co. [c1890]

Wright bibliography number 1045.



Reel: C-23
Claflin, Mary Bucklin (Davenport).

Real happenings.

New York, T.Y. Crowell & Co. [c1890]

Wright bibliography number 1046.



Reel: C-23
Clagett, Sue Harry.

Her lovers.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1877

Wright bibliography number 1047.



Reel: C-23
Claiborne, F.

The unfinished tale; or, The daughter of the mill.

New York, W.L. Allison & Son. 1881

Wright bibliography number 1048.



Reel: C-23
Clare, Marie J.

The Trial.

Albany, E.H. Pease. 1851

Wright bibliography number 529.



Reel: C-13
Clare, Mrs. A.

A night at Isley's grange.

Cincinnati, The author. 1859

Wright bibliography number 528.



Reel: C-13
Claremont; or, The individual household.

Philadelphia, Parry and McMillan. 1857

Wright bibliography number 530.

Reel: C-13
Clark S.W.

From the sublime to the ridiculous.

Chicago. 1875

Wright bibliography number 534.



Reel: C-14
Clark S.W.

Happy home, woman's rights, and divorce.

Chicago. 1875

Wright bibliography number 535.



Reel: C-14
Clark, Alexander.

The old log school house.

Philadelphia, Leary, Getz. 1861

Wright bibliography number 531.



Reel: C-13
Clark, Arnold.

Beneath the dome; a posthumous novel.

Chicago, Schulte Pub. Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 1049.



Reel: C-23
Clark, Charles Heber.

Captain Bluitt. A tale of old Turley.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 431;By C.H. Clark (Max Adeler).



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Clark, Charles Heber.

The great natural healer.

Philadelphia, G.W. Jacobs. 1910

Wright bibliography number 288; By Charles Heber Clark (Max Adeler).



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Clark, Charles Heber.

In Happy Hollow.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 432; By Max Adeler (Charles Heber Clark); illustrated by Clare Victor Dwiggins and Herman Rountree.



Reel: 43
Clark, Charles Heber.

The Quakeress. A tale.

Philadelphia, The J.C. Winston co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 433; By Charles Heber Clark (Max Adeler); with illustrations in color by George Gibbs.



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[Clark, Charles Heber].

Elbow-room.

Philadelphia, J.M. Stoddart. [c1876]

Wright bibliography number 1050; By Max Adeler [pseud.].



Reel: C-24
[Clark, Charles Heber].

The fortunate island, and other stories.

Boston, Lee & Shepard. 1882

Wright bibliography number 1051; By Max Adeler [pseud.].



Reel: C-24
[Clark, Charles Heber].

Out of the hurly-burly; or, Life in an odd corner.

Philadelphia, G. Maclean. 1874

Wright bibliography number 532; By Max Adeler [pseud.].



Reel: C-13
[Clark, Charles Heber].

Random shots.

Philadelphia, J.M. Stoddart & Co. 1879

Wright bibliography number 1052; By Max Adeler [pseud.].



Reel: C-24
Clark, Charles Sumner.

The tyranny of power. A romance of two notable wars of the United States, before the rebellion. An American story for Americans.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 289.



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Clark, Charlotte (Moon)].

…Baby Rue.

Boston, Roberts Bros. 1881

Wright bibliography number 1053.



Reel: C-24
Clark, Charlotte (Moon)].

How she came into her kingdom.

Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & Co. 1878

Wright bibliography number 1054.



Reel: C-24
Clark, Charlotte (Moon)].

… The modern Hagar.

New York, G.W. Harlan & Co. 1882

Wright bibliography number 1055; By Charles M. Clay [pseud.].



Reel: C-24
Clark, Ellery Harding.

The Carleton case.

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 290; With illustrations by George Brehm.



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Clark, Fanny Beckwith.

A modern experience.

Cleveland [The Imperial Press]. 1897

Wright bibliography number 1056.



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Clark, Felicia Buttz.

The cripple of Nuremberg.

Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye; New York, Eaton & Mains. [1900]

Wright bibliography number 1057.


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