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Reel: A-11
[Allison, Charles Henry].

Jones and Brown; or, Value and waste.

San Francisco, Allison, Neff & Co. [c1894]

Wright bibliography number 91; by John Paul [pseud.].



Reel: A-11
[Allston, Washington].

Monaldi.


Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1841

Wright bibliography number 17.



Reel: A-2
Allyn, Eunice Gibbs.

One thousand smiles.

[Dubuque, Iowa, M.S. Hardie]. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 92; [2d ed.].



Reel: A-12
The almighty dollar; or, The brilliant exploits of a killer.

Philadelphia, J. Shipley Jones, printer. 1847

Wright bibliography number 18.

Reel: NA
Almirall, Nina Louisa.

The master-feeling. The story of Agatha Peynton.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1903

Wright bibliography number 37; [by] N. Almirall.



Reel: 4
Almy, E.

Convent bride.

In S. Cobb, The iron cross.
[Alter, John E.].

Hoosier hunting grounds; or, The Beaver Lake trail.

New York; Washington, Neale pub. Co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 38; Bill Bat [pseud.].



Reel: 4
[Altgeld, Emma F.].

Sarah's choice; or, The Norton family.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. c1887

Wright bibliography number 93.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

Before the dawn. A story of the fall of Richmond.

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 39.



Reel: 4
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

The candidate. A political romance.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 40.



Reel: 4
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

Guthrie of the Times. A story of success.

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 41; illustrated by F.R. Gruger.



Reel: 4
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

My captive. A novel.

New York, D. Appleton. 1902

Wright bibliography number 42.



Reel: 4
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

The recovery. A story of Kentucky.

New York, F.F. Lovell. c1908

Wright bibliography number 27.



Reel: 3
Altsheler, Joseph A[lexander].

The wilderness road. A romance of St. Clair's defeat and Wayne's victory.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1901

Wright bibliography number 43.



Reel: 5
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

A herald of the West.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 94.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

The hidden mine.

New York, J.S. Tait & Sons. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 95.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

In circling camps.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 96.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

In hostile red.

New York, Doubleday, Page and Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 97.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

The last rebel.

Philadelphia & London, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 98.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

The rainbow of gold.

New York, Continental Pub. Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 99.



Reel: A-12
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

A soldier of Manhattan, and his adventures at Ticonderoga and Quebec.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 100.



Reel: A-13
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander.

The sun of Saratoga.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 101.



Reel: A-13
Ambler, Sara Ellmaker.

The dear old home.

Boston, Little Brown. 1907

Wright bibliography number 28; illustrated by Thomas McIlvaine.



Reel: 3
Ambrose and Eleanor; or, The disinherited pair.

New York, J.A. Clussman. 1834

Wright bibliography number 19; by an officer.

Reel: A-2
Amelia Sherwood; or, Bloody scenes at the California gold mines. With a narrative of the tragic incidents on a voyage to San Francisco.

New York, C.W. & G.E. Kenworthy. 1849

Wright bibliography number 23.

Reel: A-2
Amelia; or, The faithless Briton. An original American novel, founded upon recent facts. To which is added, Amelia; or, Malevolence defeated: and Miss Seward's monody on Major Andre.

Boston, W. Spotswood, and C.P. Wayne. 1798

Wright bibliography number 22.

Reel: A-2
Amerel [pseud.].

The Emigrant's wife--George Sandford--Locked Out--Ned Summers, the cabin-boy--The pledge by moon-light--The temperance grocer--The temperance lecture.

In The fountain and the bottle.
The American bee; a collection of entertaining histories, selected from different authors, and calculated for amusement and instructions.

Leominister, Mass., Printed by and for C. Prentiss. 1797

Wright bibliography number 23.

Reel: A-2
American coin.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1889

Wright bibliography number 102; by the author of "Aristocracy.".

Reel: A-13
American tales, by Mark Bancroft, and others.

Philadelphia, Samuel C. Atkinson. 1837

Wright bibliography number 26.

Reel: NA
Ames, Eleanor Maria (Easterbrook).

Libra.


Brooklyn, E. Kirk. [1896]

Wright bibliography number 103; by Eleanor Kirk [pseud.].



Reel: A-13
Ames, Eleanor Maria (Easterbrook).

Up Broadway, and its sequel.

New York, Carleton. 1870

Wright bibliography number 57; by Eleanor Kirk [pseud.].



Reel: A-8
[Ames, Eleanor Maria (Easterbrook)].

The Christ of the red planet.

New York, The Publishers printing company. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 44; [by] Eleanor Kirk [pseud.].



Reel: 5
Ames, Mary (Clemmer).

Eirene; or, A woman's right.

New York, Putnam. 1871

Wright bibliography number 58.



Reel: A-8
Ames, Mary (Clemmer).

His two wives.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1875

Wright bibliography number 59.



Reel: A-8
Ames, Mary (Clemmer).

Victoire.

New York, Carleton. 1864

Wright bibliography number 60.



Reel: A-8
Ames, Nathan.

The student's story.

In M.M. Ballou, The naval officer.
Ames, Nathaniel.

An old sailor's yarns.

New York, G. Dearborn. 1835

Wright bibliography number 27.



Reel: A-3
The amorous intrigues and adventures of Aaron Burr.

New York, Pub. For the proprietors. [ca. 1861]

Wright bibliography number 61.

Reel: A-8
[Amory, John H.].

Alnomuc; or, The golden rule.

Boston, Weeks, Jordan. 1837

Wright bibliography number 28.



Reel: A-3
[Amory, John H.].

Old Ironside. First number. The story of a shipwreck.

Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1837

Wright bibliography number 33.



Reel: A-3
Amours of an American adventurer in the New World and the Old.

New York. 1865

Wright bibliography number 62.
[Andersen, Mary E.].

The merchant's wife; or, He blundered. A political romance of our own day, and other miscellanies.

Boston, The Author. 1876

Wright bibliography number 104; By "A Looker-on Here in Vienna.".



Reel: A-13
Anderson, Ada Woodruff.

The heart of the red firs. A story of the Pacific Northwest.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1908

Wright bibliography number 29; illustrated by Charles Grunwald.



Reel: 3
Anderson, Ada Woodruff.

The strain of white.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1909

Wright bibliography number 30; illustrated by Frances Rogers.



Reel: 3
Anderson, C.H.

Amour: or, What are you going to do about it?.

New York, W.B. Smith. [c1881]

Wright bibliography number 105.



Reel: A-13
Anderson, Celia.

Jule Maghee's anarchy.

Mobile. 1892

Wright bibliography number 106.



Reel: A-13
Anderson, Edward.

Camp fire stories. A series of sketches of the Union Army in the Southwest.

Chicago, Star Pub. Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 107.



Reel: A-13
Anderson, Edward.

Camp fire stories: a series of sketches of the Union Army in the Southwest.

Chicago, Star Pub. Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 108.



Reel: A-14
Anderson, Finley.

A woman with a record.

New York, G.W. Dillingham Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 109.



Reel: A-14
Anderson, Florence.

Zenaida.


Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1858

Wright bibliography number 62.



Reel: A-9
Anderson, Nephi.

Added upon.

Salt Lake City, Deseret News Pub. Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 110.



Reel: A-14
[Anderson, Olive Santa Louise].

An American girl and her four years in a boys' college.

By Sola [pseud.] New York, D. Appleton. 1878

Wright bibliography number 111.



Reel: A-14
[Anderson, Olive Santa Louise].

Stories and sketches.

[San Francisco?]. [1886]

Wright bibliography number 112.



Reel: A-14
Anderson, W[illiam] L[ee].

The legend of McNutt. A story of early home life and Christianity in the Yazoo and Mississippi delta.

Nashville, Tenn.; Dallas, Tex., Bigham & Smith. 1902

Wright bibliography number 45.



Reel: 5
Anderson, William H., jt. au.

Appointed.

See [Stowers, Walter H.] Appointed.
Andrews, Annulet.

The wife of Narcissus.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 31.



Reel: 3
Andrews, Charlton.

A parfit gentil knight.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 46; with 12 full drawings by J.H. Vanderpoel.



Reel: 5
Andrews, Eliza Frances.

A family secret.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1876

Wright bibliography number 113; by "Elzey Hay".



Reel: A-14
Andrews, Eliza Frances.

A mere adventurer.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1879

Wright bibliography number 114; by Elzey Hay [pseud.].



Reel: A-14
Andrews, Eliza Frances.

Prince Hal; or, The romance of a rich young man.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1882

Wright bibliography number 115; by Fanny Andrews (Elzey Hay).



Reel: A-14
Andrews, Jessie Agnes.

Eteocles.

New York, L. Vanderpoole Pub. Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 117.



Reel: A-14
Andrews, Jessie Agnes.

The narrow way.

[n.p.]. 1889

Wright bibliography number 117a.



Reel: A-15
Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman.

A kidnapped colony.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1903

Wright bibliography number 47; illustrated by E.M. Ashe.



Reel: 5
Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman.

Vive l'empereur.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 48; illustrated by F.C. Yohn.



Reel: 5
Andrews, Shang.

Chicago after dark.

Chicago. 1882

Wright bibliography number 118.



Reel: A-15
Andrews, Shang.

Wicked Nell, a gay girl of the town.

Chicago. 1880

Wright bibliography number 119.



Reel: A-15
Angela [pseud.].

Lights and shadows.

In A. Cary, The adopted daughter.
Angelo [pseud.].

The adventures of an atom: its autobiography, by itself.

New York, Hurst. [c1880]

Wright bibliography number 120.



Reel: A-15
Angelo [pseud.].

The dancing imps of the wine; or, Stories and fables.

New York, Hurst & Co. 1880

Wright bibliography number 121.



Reel: A-15
Angelo [pseud.].

…Inexorable; or, The wages of sin.

New York, Hurst & Co. [c1881]

Wright bibliography number 122.



Reel: A-15
Anna Archdale; or, The Lowell factory girl. And other tales.

Boston, F. Gleason. [185?]

Wright bibliography number 36.

Reel: A-3
Anna, Louisa, and Nannie; or, The three victims. With…full…statements of the intrigue…and murder, commited by Daniel Longrave, the accomplished accomplice of Mother Higgins.

Philadelphia, M.A. Milliette. 1859

Wright bibliography number 63A.

Reel: A-9
Annals of the Empire City, from its Colonial days to the present.

New York, J.F. Trow. 1852

Wright bibliography number 64; by a New-Yorker. Tale 1: The Quadroon; or New-York under the English.

Reel: A-9
Anthony, Geraldine.

Four-in-hand. A story of smart life in New York and at a country club.

New York, D. Appleton & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 49.



Reel: 5
Anthony, Geraldine.

A victim of circumstances. A novel.

New York; London, Harper & bros. 1901

Wright bibliography number 50.



Reel: 5
Anthony, Sarah E. Hoag.

True love.

Boston, Reproduced in Facsimile by the Photo-electrotype Co. 1887

Wright bibliography number 123.



Reel: A-15
Antona, Annetta Halliday.

Captives of Cupid.

Detroit, J.F. Eby & Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 124.



Reel: A-15
Appell, Theron B.

Belshazzar; or, The fall of Babylon.

New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. 1861

Wright bibliography number 65.



Reel: A-9
Appell, Theron B.

The knight of Castille.

New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. 1862

Wright bibliography number 66.



Reel: A-9
Appleton, Elizabeth Haven.

A half-life and half a life.

In Atlantic tales.
Appleton, Emily.

Alice Mannering: or, The nobleman's son.

Boston, Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 37.



Reel: A-3
Appleton, Emily.

The miser's daughter; or, The coined heart.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 38.



Reel: A-3
Appleton, George.

A Narragansett peer. A historic romance of southern New England.

New York; London, The Abbey press. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 51.



Reel: 5
Appleton, George Webb.

A comedy of the unexpected.

London, J. Long. 1910

Wright bibliography number 32; 2d ed.



Reel: 4
Appleton, Jane Sophia.

Sequel to the "Vision of Bangor in the twentieth century.".

In Appleton, Jane Sophia, Voices from the Kenduskeag.
Appleton, Jane Sophia.

Voices from the Kenduskeag.

Bangor, D. Bugbee. 1848

Wright bibliography number 39; ed. by Mrs. Jane Sophia Appleton and Mrs. Cornelia Crosby Barrett.



Reel: A-3
… The Arab wife.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1878

Wright bibliography number 125.

Reel: A-15
The Arch fiend; or, The life, confession, and execution of Green H. Long…Who was a member of that celebrated gang, known as the "Banditti of the West".

[New York] A.R. Orton. 1852

Wright bibliography number 67.

Reel: A-9
[Archer, George W.].

More than she could bear: a story of the Gachupin War in Texas, A.D. 1812-13.

Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1872

Wright bibliography number 68; by Hesper Bendbow [pseud.].



Reel: A-9
Archer, William W.

Pendleton Neil of Rosalia.

In [Mrs. K. P. Minor] comp., From Dixie.
Archibald Cameron; or, Heart's trials.

New York, Scribner. 1852

Wright bibliography number 69.

Reel: A-9
Arctander, John William.

Guilty?.


New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 33.



Reel: 4
Arden, the unfortunate stranger, who was tried for the murder of Miss Harriet Finch.

New York, J. Broderick. 1822

Wright bibliography number 40.

Reel: A-3
Arden, the unfortunate stranger, who was tried for the murder of Miss Harriet Finch…To which is added, Glenwar, the Scottish bandit. Interspersed with original poetry, by an Etonian.

Philadelphia, F. Scott. 1827

Wright bibliography number 43.

Reel: A-3
Arfao; or, A Roland for an Oliver. The romance of a newspaper personal. By her and them.

New York, Cosmos Pub. Club. 1907

Wright bibliography number 34.

Reel: 4
Argus [pseud.].

A tale of Lowell. Norton: or, The lights and shades of a factory village: wherein are developed some of the secret incidents in the history of Lowell.

Lowell, "Vox Populi Office.". 1849

Wright bibliography number 45.



Reel: A-3
Argyle, Anna [pseud.].

The Cecilias; or, The force of circumstances.

New York, American News Co. 1866

Wright bibliography number 70.



Reel: A-9
Argyle, Anna [pseud.].

The general's daughter. Being a sequel to "The Cecilias.".

New York, American News Co. 1869

Wright bibliography number 71.



Reel: A-9
Argyle, Anna [pseud.].

Money and marriage.

New York, S. & A. Hoyt. 1862

Wright bibliography number 72.



Reel: A-9
Argyle, Anna [pseud.].

Olive Lacey.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1874

Wright bibliography number 73.



Reel: A-10
Argyle, Archie [pseud.].

Cupid's album.

New York, M. Doolady. 1866

Wright bibliography number 74.



Reel: A-10
Aristocracy.

New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 126.

Reel: A-15
[Arkell, William J.].

Napoleon Smith. Author, a well-known New-Yorker.

New York, The Judge Pub. Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 127.



Reel: A-15
Arkins, Francis Joseph.

The mystery of the Bonanza trail.

Denver, General Pub. Syndicate. c1910

Wright bibliography number 35; with illustrations by J. Richard Parry.



Reel: 4
Arlington, W. June.

Fordwell Graham; or, Lost and won by the hand of the dead.

Philadelphia, Allen, Lane & Scott. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 52.



Reel: 6
[Armant, Ferand].

"Honni soit que mal y pense!".

Nouvelle-Orleans, P. & E. Marchand. 1883

Wright bibliography number 128; Nouvelles par On-Se-Ki [pseud.].



Reel: A-15
Armes, E[llen] E[lizabeth].

John Varholm's heir; or, The Denwold mills.

Fitchburg [Mass.], Sentinel printing company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 53.



Reel: 6
Armstrong, Arthur.

The mariner of the mines; or, The maid of the monastery.

Boston, F. Gleason, at the Flag of Our Union Office. [1850?]

Wright bibliography number 46.



Reel: A-3
Armstrong, Dwight Le Roy.

The outlaws. A story of the building of the West.

New York, D. Appleton and company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 54.



Reel: 6
Armstrong, Henry S.

Trifles for the Christmas holidays.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1869

Wright bibliography number 75.



Reel: A-10
Armstrong, Le Roy.

An Indiana man.

Chicago, The Schulte Pub. Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 129.



Reel: A-16
Armstrong, Le Roy.

Sergeant Gore.

In Stories of the army.
Armstrong, Mary Frances (Morgan).

A haunted house. Chautauqua ed.

New York, Pub. For the Hampton Tract Committee, by Putnam. 1882

Wright bibliography number 130.



Reel: A-16
Armstrong, Maurice McNeill.

In he shadow of San Juan.

Los Angeles, Pueblo Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 36.



Reel: 4
Armstrong, Minnie L.

The social crime.

New York, W.L. Allison Co. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 131; by Minnie L. Armstrong and Geo. N. Sceets.



Reel: A-16
Armstrong, William.

An American nobleman.

Chicago, F.J. Schulte & Co.; The Ariel Press. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 132.



Reel: A-16
Armstrong, William.

Cleopatra's daughter.

Boston, De Wolfe, Fiske & Co. 1889

Wright bibliography number 133.



Reel: A-16
Armstrong, William.

Thekla.


Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1887

Wright bibliography number 134.



Reel: A-16
[Armstrong, William H.].

Red-tape and pigeon-hole generals as seen from the ranks during a campaign in the Army of the Potomac.

New York, Carleton. 1864

Wright bibliography number 76; by a citizen-soldier.



Reel: A-10
Arnett, Lizzie.

'Mongst the hills of Kentucky.

Louisville, Ky. 1909

Wright bibliography number 37; with illustrations by Tip Saunders; printed for the author by R.H. Carothers.



Reel: 4
Arnold, Alexander Streeter.

The Benson family.

Central Falls, R.I., E.L. Freeman. 1869

Wright bibliography number 77.



Reel: A-10
Arnold, Alexander Streeter.

Building to win; or, Fortunes and misfortunes.

Boston, J.H. Earle. 1894

Wright bibliography number 135.



Reel: A-16
Arnold, Alexander Streeter.

Henry Lovell: a temperance story.

Valley Falls, R.I., A.L. Arnold. 1878

Wright bibliography number 136.



Reel: A-16
Arnold, August C.L.

The signet of King Solomon; or, The Templar's daughter. To which is added, A memoir of Elizabeth Aldworth, or The female Freemason.

New York, Macoy & Sickels. 1860

Wright bibliography number 78.


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