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Oakley, E.

Eliza Atwood; or, The resemblance.

New York, S. Raynor. 1848

Wright bibliography number 1976.



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Oakley, E. Clarence.

Dyke's corners.

Boston, R.G. Badger. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1216.



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Obenchain, Eliza Caroline Calvert.

Aunt Jane of Kentucky.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1217; By Eliza Calvert Hall; with a frontispiece and page decorations by Beulah Strong.



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Obenchain, Eliza Caroline Calvert.

The land of long ago.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1218; By Eliza Calvert Hall; illustrated by G. Patrick, Nelson & Beulah Strong.



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Obenchain, Eliza Caroline Calvert.

Sally Ann's experience.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1219; By Eliza Calvert Hall; with frontispiece by G. Patrick Nelson and decorations by Theodore B. Hapgood.



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Ober, Frederick Albion.

The last of the Arawaks. A story of adventure on the island of San Domingo. With illustrations by Wiliam E. Stecher.

Boston, W.A. Wilde. 1901

Wright bibliography number 33 Sup.



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Ober, Frederick Albion.

"Old Put" the patriot.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1678.



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Ober, Frederick Albion.

Tommy Foster's adventures among the Southwest Indians.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1679; With illustrations by S.M. Arthur.



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Ober, Frederick Albion.

The war chiefs. A story of the Spanish conquerors in Santo Domingo.

New York, E.P. Dutton and co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1680.



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Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson.

The new man.

Philadelphia, The Levy-type Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 4015.



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Oberholtzer, Sara Louisa (Vickers).

Hope's heart bells.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4016.



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O'Brien, Dillon.

The Dalys of Dalystown.

Saint Paul, Pioneer Printing Co. 1866

Wright bibliography number 1808.



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O'Brien, Dillon.

Dead broke.

Saint Paul, Pioneer Co. Print. 1873

Wright bibliography number 1809.



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O'Brien, Dillon.

Frank Blake.

St. Paul, The Pioneer-press Co. 1876

Wright bibliography number 4017.



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O'Brien, Dillon.

Widow Melville's boarding house.

St. Paul, The Pioneer Press Print. 1881

Wright bibliography number 4018.



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O'Brien, Fitz-James.

Bob O'Link.

In Tales of the time.
O'Brien, Fitz-James.

The diamond lens.

In Atlantic tales.
O'Brien, Fitz-James.

The diamond lens, with other stories.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1885

Wright bibliography number 4019.



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O'Brien, Fitz-James.

From hand to mouth.

In Good stories.
O'Brien, Fitz-James.

The poems and stories.

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co. 1881

Wright bibliography number 4020.



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O'Brien, Fitz-James.

Three of a trade; or, Red little Kriss Kringle.

In Good stories.
O'Brien, Margaret E.

Judith the daughter of Judas.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4021.



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The Ocean queen; or, The seaman's bride.

New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. [n.d.]

Wright bibliography number 1810; By the author of "The pale lily," etc.

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[O'Connor, Barry].

Turf-fire stories and fairy tales of Ireland.

New York, P.J. Kenedy. 1890

Wright bibliography number 4022.



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O'Connor, Bernard Francis.

Held up.


In The first book of the Authors Club.
O'Connor, Florence J.

The heroine of the Confederacy; or, Truth and justice.

New Orleans, A. Eyrich. 1869

Wright bibliography number 1811.



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[O'Connor, John] novelist.

Wanderings of a vagabond.

New York, The Author. [c1873]

Wright bibliography number 1812; Ed. by John Morris [pseud.].



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O'Connor, William Douglas.

The ghost.

New York, Putnam. 1867

Wright bibliography number 1813.



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O'Connor, William Douglas.

Harrington.

Boston, Thayer & Eldridge. 1860

Wright bibliography number 1814.



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O'Connor, William Douglas.

Three tales: The ghost, the brazen android, The carpenter.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4023.



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[O'Conor, John Francis Xavier].

The tragedy that wins, and other short stories.

Philadelphia, J.J. McVey. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1681.



Reel: 174
O'Day, John Christopher.

Oil wells in the woods.

Deposit, N.Y., Oquaga press. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1682; With illustrations by Ethel Farmer and photographs collected by the author.



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Odell, Samuel W.

Delilah.


Cincinnati, Jennings and Graham. [c1891]

Wright bibliography number 4024.



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Odell, Samuel W.

Samson.


Cincinnati, Jennings and Graham. [1891]

Wright bibliography number 4025.



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Odenheimer, Cordelia Powell.

The phantom caravan.

New York, Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1683.



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O'Donnell, Jessie Fremont.

A soul from Pudge's corners.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4026.


Oeland, Peter Joseph.

Myra Bruce; or, True love running roughly.

In The Southern field and fireside novelette.
Oeston, Agata Dolores Marcedes.

A story within a story.

Washington, Neale Pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1684; By Dawn Graye [i.e. A.D.M. Oeston].



Reel: 174
O'Flarrity, Paddy [pseud.].

This life of Paddy O'Flarrity.

[Washington, D.C.]. 1834

Wright bibliography number 1977.



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Ogden, George Washington.

Tennessee Todd. A novel of the great river.

New York, A.S. Barnes & Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1685; With frontispiece by W. Herbert Dunton.



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[Ogden, Mrs. C.A.].

Into the light; or, The Jewess.

Boston, Loring. 1868

Wright bibliography number 1815.



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[Ogden, Robert N.].

Who did it?.

Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger. 1870

Wright bibliography number 1816.



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O'Higgins, Harvey Jerrold.

Don-a-dreams. A story of love and youth.

New York, Century. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1221.



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O'Higgins, Harvey Jerrold.

Old clinkers. A story of the New York fire department.

Boston, Small, Maynard. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1222; With ill. by Martin Justice.



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O'Higgins, Harvey Jerrold.

The smoke-eaters. The story of a fire crew.

New York, Century. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1686.



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Olcott, Harriet A. (Hinsdale).

Isora's child.

New York, J.C. Derby. 1855

Wright bibliography number 1817.



Reel: O-2
Olcott, Harriet A. (Hinsdale).

The torchlight: or, Through the wood.

New York, Derby & Jackson. 1856

Wright bibliography number 1818.



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Old Father Time.

Boston, Alfred Mudge. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4027; By a reporter.

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Old Fort Duquesne.

Pittsburgh, Cook's Literary Depot. 1844

Wright bibliography number 1978.

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Old friends.

New York, Bliss, Wadsworth. 1835

Wright bibliography number 1979.

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Old Haun, the pawnbroker; or, The orphan's legacy.

New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1857

Wright bibliography number 1819.

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The Old Pine Farm; or, The Southern side.

Nashville, Southwestern Pub. House. 1859

Wright bibliography number 1820; Comprising loose sketches from the experience of a Southern country minister.

Reel: O-3
Oldboy, Oliver [pseud.].

George Bailey.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1880

Wright bibliography number 4028.



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Older, Cora Miranda Baggerly.

The giants.

New York, D. Appleton and co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1687; By Mrs. Fremont Older.



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Older, Cora Miranda Baggerly.

The socialist and the prince.

New York, Funk & Wagnalls Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1688; By Mrs. Fremont Older; frontispiece by Harrison Fisher.



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Oldham, Callie Bruce.

Down South in Dixie.

Akron, O., Werner co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1689; Illustrated by W.L. Sheppard.



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Oldham, Henry.

The man from Texas.

Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson & Bros. [c1884]

Wright bibliography number 4029.



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O'Leary, Agnes Marie.

Beyond these voices. A novel.

N[ew] Y[ork], Broadway Pub. Co. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1223.



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Olerich, Henry.

A cityless and countryless world.

Holstein, Ia., Gilmore & Olerich. [c1893]

Wright bibliography number 4030.



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Olin, Allen H.

The old frame school-house; or, Surmounting the barrier.

Muncie, Ind., The Daily Herald. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4031.



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Oliphant, Blossom Drum.

A dog-day journal.

New York, Abbey Press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1691; By Blossom Drum.



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Oliphant, Blossom Drum.

Mrs. Lemon's neighbors.

New York, Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1692.



Reel: 175
Oliphant, Margaret Olipant (Wilson).

The second son.

Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 4032; By M.O.W. Oliphant and T.B. Aldrich.



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The Olive-Branch; or, White Oak Farm.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1857

Wright bibliography number 1821.

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[Oliver, Samuel Clarke].

Onslow; or, The protégé of the enthusiast.

Philadelphia, G.B. Zieber. 1844

Wright bibliography number 1980.



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Olmsted, Stanley.

The emotionalist. The romance of an awakening in temperament.

New York, D. Appleton. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1224.



Reel: 129
Olmsted, Stanley.

The nonchalante. Casual data touching the career of Dixie Bilton, operettensangerin at Beilmar.

New York, H. Holt. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1225.



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O'Loan, Charlotte A.

A blighted rose.

Detroit, Mich., Angelus pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1690; By Joseph F. Wynne [i.e. C.A. O'Loan].



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O'Loan, Charlotte A.

Paul's offering and gates ajar. Stories by Joseph F. Wynne.

Detroit, Angelus Pub. Co. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1226.



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One link in the chain of Apostolic succession; or, The crimes of Alexander Borgia.

Boston, E.W. Hinks & Co. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1822.

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O'Neill, Frederic Charles.

Short talks to young toilers.

New York, Christian press association pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1693; By Rev. Fred C. O'Neill.



Reel: 175
O'Neill, Frederic Charles.

Twenty-nine chats and one scolding.

New York, Christian Press Association Pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1694; By Rev. Fred C. O'Neill.



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[O'Neill, Henry J.].

The travels of John Wryland; being an account of his journey to Tibet, of his founding a kingdom on the island of Palti, and of his war against the Ne-ar Bians.

London, International news co., Allentown, Pa., Equitable Pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1695.



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O'Neill, James.

Garrison tales from Tonquin.

Boston, Copeland and Day. 1895

Wright bibliography number 4033.



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O'Neill, Rose Cecil.

The loves of Edwy. Tale and drawings.

Boston, Lothrop publishing company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1696.



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The Open secret.

Boston, Arena Pub. Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4034; By a priest.

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Oppenheim, James.

Doctor Rast.

New York, Sturgis & Walton. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1227.



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Oppenheim, James.

Wild oats.

New York, B.W. Huebech. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1228; With a foreword by Edward Bok.



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Oran, the outcast; or, A season in New-York.

New York, Peabody. 1833

Wright bibliography number 1981.

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Orcutt, Emma Louise.

The divine seal.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1229.



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Orcutt, Emma Louise.

Esther Mather. A romance.

New York, Grafton press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1697.



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Orcutt, Harriet E.

The empire of the invisibles.

New York, The Metaphysical Pub. Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4035.



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Orcutt, William Dana.

The flower of destiny. An episode.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1698; Illustrated by Charlotte Weber.



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Orcutt, William Dana.

Robert Cavalier. The romance of the Sieur de La Salle and his discovery of the Mississippi River.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1699; Illustrated by Charlotte Weber.



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Orcutt, William Dana.

The spell.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1230; Illustrated by Gertrude Demain Hammond.



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Ord, Augusta L.

Agatha.


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

Wright bibliography number 4036.



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The Ordeal of Elizabeth.

New York, J.F. Taylor. 1901

Wright bibliography number 34 Sup.

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O'Reilly, Augustine J.

Alvira.


New York, D. & J. Sadlier. 1877

Wright bibliography number 4037.



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O'Reilly, Augustine J.

Strange memories.

New York, Sadlier. 1880

Wright bibliography number 4038.



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O'Reilly, Bernard.

The two brides.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1879

Wright bibliography number 4039.



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O'Reilly, John Boyle.

The king's men.

See Grant, R. The king's men.
O'Reilly, John Boyle.

Moondyne.

Boston, Pilot Pub. Co. 1879

Wright bibliography number 4040.



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Orgain, Kate Alma.

A waif from Texas.

Austin, Tex., B.C. Jones & co., printers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1700.



Reel: 176
Organ, Margaret Stephenson.

The last battleground. By Margaret Stephenson. The last battle ground.

New York, G.T. Long. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1231; By Margaret S. Organ.



Reel: 129
Ormar, James Allan.

William Wakefield.

Minneapolis, Tribune Printing Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4041.



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Ormerod, Maud W.

Madame Paradox.

New York, Philadelphia [etc.] D. Biddle. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4042.



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Ormsby, Augustus B.F.

Will Brockman; or, The smugglers. To which is added: The murder in the wilderness… [anon.].

Syracuse, A.B.F. Ormsby. 1846

Wright bibliography number 1982.


Orne, Caroline (Chaplin).

Broken ear-ring.

In S. Cobb, The king and cobbler.
Orne, Caroline (Chaplin).

Lionel Ainsworth; or, The young partisan's doom.

New York, S. French. [185-?]

Wright bibliography number 1823.



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Orne, Caroline (Chaplin).

The little errand boy.

In O. Bounderby [pseud."], The law student.
Orne, Caroline (Chaplin).

The lost child.

In O. Bounderby [pseud.?], The law student.
Orne, Caroline (Chaplin).

The Walbridge family.

In B.P. Poore, The mameluke.
The Orphan seamstress.

New York, W.F. Burgess. 1850

Wright bibliography number 1983.

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The Orphan stranger.

Cambridge, Metcalf, Torry and Ballou. 1839

Wright bibliography number 1983A.

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The Orphans.

New York, Collins & Hannay. 1825

Wright bibliography number 1984.

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Orr, Mrs. Nathaniel.

The belle heiress.

Auburn, H. Oliphant. 1849

Wright bibliography number 1984A.



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Orthwein, Edith Hall.

Love in the weaving.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1232.



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Orton, J.T.

Doctor Gray and his daughter.

In The fountain and the bottle.
Orton, Jason Rockwood.

Camp fires of the red men; or, A hundred years ago.

New York, J.C. Derby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co.; Cincinnati, H.W. Derby. 1855

Wright bibliography number 1824.



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Osborn, Edwin Faxon.

Onar.


Kalamazoo, Mich., Sylvan Press. c1909

Wright bibliography number 1233.



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Osborn, Laughton.

Confessions of a poet.

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Blanchard. 1835

Wright bibliography number 1985.



Reel: O-1
Osborn, Laughton.

The dream of Alla-Ad-Deen.

New York, S. White. 1838

Wright bibliography number 1986.


Osborn, Laughton.

Sixty years of the life of Jeremy Levis.

New York, G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1831

Wright bibliography number 1987.



Reel: O-1
Osborn, Laughton.

Travels by sea and land of Alethitheras [pseud.].

New York, Moorhead, Simpson & Bond. 1868

Wright bibliography number 1825.



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Osborn, Laughton.

Travels by sea and land…additional contents only, i.e., Key to satire.

New York, J. Miller. 1868

Wright bibliography number 1826.



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[Osborn, Laughton].

The dream of Alla-Ad-Deen.

New York, S. White. 1838

Wright bibliography number 1986.


[Osborn, Mrs. Peter E.].

The Danbury Fair.

Danbury, Conn., Danbury Medical Printing Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4043; By Aunt Debby [pseud.].



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Osborne, Duffield.

The angels of Messer Ercole. A tale of Perugia.

New York, F.A. Stokes. c1907

Wright bibliography number 1234; With a frontispiece by F. Luis Mora and illustrations from photographs.



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Osborne, Duffield.

The lion's brood.

New York, Doubleday, Page & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1701; Illustrated by Walter Satterlee.



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Osborne, Duffield.

M. Paul Berdon.

In The first book of the Authors Club.
Osborne, Duffield.

The secret of the crater.

New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons; The Knickerbocker Press. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4045.



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Osborne, Duffield.

The spell of Ashtaroth.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1888

Wright bibliography number 4046.



Reel: O-5
Osborne, Elise.

Life and its aims, in two parts.

Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & Co. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1827.



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[Osborne, Mrs. D.C.].

Under golden skies; or, In the new Eldorado.

Raleigh, N.C., Edwards & Broughton, Printers. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4044.



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Osborne, William Hamilton.

The running fight.

New York, Dodd, Mead. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1235; With illustrations by Harrison Fisher and George Brehm.



Reel: 130
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Baby Bullet. The bubble of destiny.

New York, D. Appleton. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1702.



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Osbourne, Lloyd.

The ebb tide, The wrecker [and] The wrong box.

See Stevenson, R.L., The ebb tide, The wrecker [and] The wrong box.
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Harm's way.

London, Mills & Boon. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1236.



Reel: 130
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Love, the fiddler.

New York, McClure, Phillips & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1703.



Reel: 177
Osbourne, Lloyd.

The motormaniacs.

Indianapolis. The Bobbs-Merrill company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1704.



Reel: 177
Osbourne, Lloyd.

The queen versus Billy, and other stories.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4047.



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Osbourne, Lloyd.

Schmidt.


New York, T.Y. Crowell. c1907

Wright bibliography number 127; Illustrated by Allen True.



Reel: 130
Osbourne, Lloyd.

The tin diskers. The story of an invasion that all but failed.

Philadelphia, H. Altemus. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1238; With ill. by F.L. Fithlan.



Reel: 130
Osbourne, Lloyd.

Wild justice.

New York, D. Appleton. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1239.



Reel: 130
Osgood, Irene.

Servitude.

Boston, D. Estes. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1240.



Reel: 130
Osgood, Irene.

The shadow of desire.

New York, The Cleveland Pub. Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4048.



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Ostrander, Fannie Eliza.

When hearts are true.

Chicago, Laird & Lee. [c1897]

Wright bibliography number 4049.



Reel: O-6
O'Sullivan, Vincent.

A dissertation upon second fiddles.

London, G. Richards. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1705.



Reel: 177
Otis, Alexander.

Hearts are trumps.

New York, J. McBride. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1241.



Reel: 130
Otis, Alexander.

The man and the dragon.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1242; With ill. by J.V. McFall.



Reel: 131
Otis, Eliza Henderson (Boardman).

The Barclays of Boston.

Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1828.



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Ott, Edward Amherst.

Philip Gerard.

Des Moines, Drake University College of Oratory and English. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4050.



Reel: O-6
Ottolengui, Rodrigues.

An artist in crime.

New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's Sons. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 4051.



Reel: O-6
Ottolengui, Rodrigues.

A conflict of evidence.

New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's Sons. [c1893]

Wright bibliography number 4052.



Reel: O-6
Ottolengui, Rodrigues.

The crime of the century.

New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4053.



Reel: O-6
Ottolengui, Rodrigues.

Final proof; or, The value of evidence.

New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4054.



Reel: O-7
Ottolengui, Rodrigues.

A modern wizard.

New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4055.



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Our "First Families.".

Philadelphia, Whilt & Yost. 1855

Wright bibliography number 1829; By a Descendant of the "Pens.".

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Our great Indian war: the miraculous lives of Mustang Bill and Miss Marion Fannin.

Philadelphia, Barclay. [c1876]

Wright bibliography number 4056.

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Our novel.

[Chicago?] Complimentary to the Authors. 1874

Wright bibliography number 1829a; By Six Authors. Souvenir. Hand-Press Edition.

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Out of town.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4057.

Reel: O-7
Outwest, Oliver [pseud.].

Adventures of Lena Rouden, a "southern Letter Carrier," or Rebel spy.

Chicago, Horton & Leonard, Book and Job Printers. 1872

Wright bibliography number 1830.



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Overbaugh, De Witt Clinton.

The hermit of the Catskills.

New York, G.W. Dillingham Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4058.



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Overton, Gwendolen.

Anne Carmel.

New York, Macmillan co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1706; With illustrations by Arthur I. Keller.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

Captains of the world.

New York, Macmillan co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1707.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

The heritage of unrest.

New York, Macmillan co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1709.



Reel: 177
Overton, Gwendolen.

The olden chain.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1708.



Reel: 177
[Owen, Belle].

A prairie winter.

New York, The Outlook company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1710; By an Illinois girl.



Reel: 177
Owen, Farleigh.

Aden Power; or, The cost of a scheme.

Boston, T.O.H.P. Burnham. 1862

Wright bibliography number 1831.



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Owen, George Washington.

The Leech Club; or, The mysteries of the Catskills.

Boston, Lee & Shepard; New York, Lee, Shepard & Dillingham. 1874

Wright bibliography number 1832.



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Owen, George Washington.

Out of the cage.

New York, G.W. Carleton & Co.; [etc.]. 1877

Wright bibliography number 4059.



Reel: O-7
Owen, Robert Dale.

Beyond the breakers.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1870

Wright bibliography number 1833.



Reel: O-4
Owston, Frances W.

The brothers Leinhardt.

In Prize papers.
P., C.A., of Kentucky.

A Millerite miracle.

In W.T. Porter, ed., A quarter race in Kentucky.
P., M.C.

Miriam Rivers, the lady soldier; or, General Grant's spy.

Philadelphia, Barclay. 1865

Wright bibliography number 1834.



Reel: P-1
Pacheco, Mary.

The new Don Quixote.

New York [etc.] The Abbey Press. [1900]

Wright bibliography number 4060.



Reel: P-1
Paddock, Cornelia.

The fate of Madame La Tour.

New York, Fords, Howard, & Hulbert. 1881

Wright bibliography number 4061.



Reel: P-1
Paddock, Cornelia.

In the toils; or, Martyrs of the Latter days.

Chicago, Dixon & Shepard. 1879

Wright bibliography number 4062.



Reel: P-1
Paddock, Mary Frances.

Only acorns.

Boston, J.H. Earle. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4063.



Reel: P-1
Pafflow, Charles W.

The mysteries of the Zimniy dvoretz (Winter palace): a Russian historical novel.

New York, Neale pub. Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1711.



Reel: 177
Page, Eliza (Jaquith).

Only a waif.

St. Louis, L.E. Kline. [c1890]

Wright bibliography number 4064.



Reel: P-1
Page, Emily.

Katy's husband.

In The arrow of gold.
Page, John W.

Uncle Robin, in his cabin in Virginia, and Tom without one in Boston.

Richmond, Va., J.W. Randolph. 1853

Wright bibliography number 1835.



Reel: P-1
Page, Kate Nelson.

Tommy Atkins episode and other stories.

New York, Abbey Press. c1902

Wright bibliography number 1712.



Reel: 177
[Page, Thomas Manning].

Bohemian life; or, The autobiography of a tramp.

St. Louis [Sun Pub. Co.]. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4065.



Reel: P-1
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Bred in the bond.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1713; Illustrated.



Reel: 177
Page, Thomas Nelson.

The burial of the guns.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4066.



Reel: P-1
Page, Thomas Nelson.

A captured Santa Claus.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1714; With ill. by W.L. Jacobs.



Reel: 178
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Elsket, and other stories.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4067.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Gordon Keith.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1715; With ill. by George Wright.



Reel: 178
Page, Thomas Nelson.

In ole Virginia; or, Marse Chan, and other stories.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1887

Wright bibliography number 4068.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Marse Chan.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4069.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Meh Lady.

New York, Scribner. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4070.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

No Haid pawn.

In Stories of the South.
Page, Thomas Nelson.

The old gentleman of the black stock.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1897

Wright bibliography number 4071.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

On Newfound river.

New York, C. Scribner's. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4072.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Pastime stories.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4073.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Polly.


New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4074.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Red Rock.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4075.



Reel: P-2
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Run to seed.

In Stories of the railway.
Page, Thomas Nelson.

Unc' Edinburg.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1895

Wright bibliography number 4076.



Reel: P-2
Page, Walter Hines.

The southerner. Novel: being the autobiography of Nicholas Worth.

New York, Doubleday, Page. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1245.



Reel: 131
Paige, Mrs. Simon B.

A lovely girl's fetters.

New York, The American News Co. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4077.



Reel: P-2
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The bread line.

New York, The Century Co. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4078.



Reel: P-3
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The commuters. The story of a little hearth and garden.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1716.



Reel: 178
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

From van dweller to commuter. The story of a strenuous quest for a home and a little hearth and garden.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1246.



Reel: 131
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

A glimpse of Bohemia.

In Short story masterpieces.
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The great white way. A record of an unusual voyage of discovery, and some romantic love affairs and strange surroundings. The whole recounted by one Nicholas Chase, promoter of the expedition, whose reports have been arranged for publication by Albert Bigelow Paine.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1717; With drawings by Barnard J. Rosenmeyer; sketches by Chauncey Gale; and maps etc., from Mr. Chase's note book.



Reel: 178
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The lucky piece. A tale of the north woods.

New York, Outing Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1247; Frontispiece in color.



Reel: 131
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The mystery of Evelin Delmore.

Boston, Arena Pub. Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4079.



Reel: P-3
Paine, Albert Bigelow.

The van dwellers. A strenuous quest for a home.

New York, J.F. Taylor & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1718.



Reel: 178
Paine, Henry Gallup.

Their lives and letters.

In Short story masterpieces.
Paine, Henry Gallup.

Willy and the missionary.

In Hanks: assorted yarns from Puck.
Paine, Ralph Delahaye.

J. Archibald McKackney (collector of whiskers): being certain episodes taken from the diary and notes of that estimable gentleman-student and now for the first time set forth.

New York, Outing Pub. Co. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1248;Edited by Ralph D. Paine; with illustrations by Wallace Morgan.



Reel: 131
Paine, Ralph Delahaye.

The praying skipper, and other stories.

New York, Outing Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1249.



Reel: 131
Paine, Ralph Delahaye.

The story of Martin Coe.

Toronto, W. Briggs. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1250; Ill. by Howard Giles.



Reel: 131
Paine, Ralph Delahaye.

The stroke oar.

New York, Outing Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1251; Ill. by Walter J. Enright.



Reel: 131
Paine, Susanna.

Roses and thornes; or, Recollections of an artist.

Providence, B.T. Albro. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1836.



Reel: P-1
Paine, Susanna.

Wait and see.

Boston, J. Wilson. 1860

Wright bibliography number 1837.



Reel: P-1
[Painter, Lydia Ethel (Farmer)].

Italian portraits in Engadine frames, G.E.X.

Wausau, Wis., The Philosopher press; Van Vechten & Ellis. c1904

Wright bibliography number 1719.



Reel: 178
A Palace-prison: or, The past and the present.

New York, Fords, Howard & Hulbert. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4080.

Reel: P-3
[Palfrey, Sara Hammond].

Agnes Wentworth.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1869

Wright bibliography number 1838; By E. Foxton [pseud.].



Reel: P-1
[Palfrey, Sara Hammond].

Herman; or, Young knighthood.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1866

Wright bibliography number 1839; By E. Foxton [pseud.].



Reel: P-1
Palier, Emile A.

Social sinners.

New York, Abbey Press. c1900

Wright bibliography number 4081.



Reel: P-3
[Palmer, Charles T.].

A fool's effort.

Chicago, Barnard & Gunthrop. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4082; By "Bertuccio" [pseud.].



Reel: P-3
Palmer, Fanny (Purdy).

A dead level, and other episodes.

Buffalo, Charles Wells Moulton. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4083.



Reel: P-3
Palmer, Frederick.

The big fellow.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1252; Illustrated by M. Leone Bracker.



Reel: 131
Palmer, Frederick.

Danbury Rodd, aviator.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1253.



Reel: 132
Palmer, Frederick.

Lucy of the stars.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1254; Ill. by Alonzo Kimball.



Reel: 132
Palmer, Frederick.

The Vagabond.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1730; Illustrated by Harrison Fisher.



Reel: 178
Palmer, Frederick.

The ways of the service.

New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1721; Illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy.



Reel: 178
[Palmer, John Williamson].

After his kind.

New York, H. Holt and Co. 1886

Wright bibliography number 4084; By John Coventry pseud.



Reel: P-3
Palmer, Julius Auboineau.

One voyage and its consequences.

Boston, D. Lothrop Co. [c1889]

Wright bibliography number 4085.



Reel: P-3
Palmer, Mary (Towle).

The doctor of Deane.

Boston, D. Lothrop Co. [c1888]

Wright bibliography number 4086.



Reel: P-4
Pangborn, Frederic Werden.

Alice; or, The wages of sin.

New York, C.T. Dillingham. 1883

Wright bibliography number 4087.



Reel: P-4
Pangborn, Frederic Werden.

The silent maid: being the story of Stille Maegth, her strange bewitchment and her wondrous song, and how she came to love a mortal man.

Boston, L.C. Page & company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1722.



Reel: 178
Pangborn, Georgia Wood.

Roman Biznet.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 1723.



Reel: 179
Panola; or, The Indian sisters. Scenes in forest life.

New York, W.F. Burgess. 1849

Wright bibliography number 1988.

Reel: PQ-1
Paradis, Edouard A.

Yannay.


In J.J. Conway, ed., Stories.
Paradox, Peter [pseud.].

The Paradox papers.

[Albany, J. Munsell]. 1873

Wright bibliography number 1840.



Reel: P-2
The Parent's counsellor; or, The dangers of moroseness.

Philadelphia, E. Bacon. 1825

Wright bibliography number 1989.

Reel: PQ-1
Parish, Grant.

Decollete Washington.

Baltimore, John Cox's Sons. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 1989.



Reel: PQ-1
Parish, Grant.

A senator's crime.

[Washington]. [1892]

Wright bibliography number 4089; [Special 2d ed.].



Reel: P-4
Parish, Julia Royce.

Bud, blossom, fruit.

Detroit, J.C. Chilton Pub. Co. 1886

Wright bibliography number 4090.



Reel: P-4
Parish, Julia Royce.

Diadama Van Dyne…[and] thistle-down.

[Bay City, Mich., J.P. Lambert]. c1899

Wright bibliography number 4091.



Reel: P-4
Park, C.

A committee of entertainment.

In At Wellesley.
Parke, Joseph Richardson.

The wizard of the Damavant. A tale of the crusades.

Philadelphia, Professional Pub. Co. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1255.



Reel: 132
[Parker, Jo A.].

The Kansas man abroad.

Lagrange, Ky., J.A. Parker. 1889

Wright bibliography number 4095.



Reel: P-4
Parker, Agnes.

The real Madeleine Pollard.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4092.



Reel: P-4
Parker, Annie.

Passages in the life of a slave woman.

In J. Griffiths, ed., Autographs for freedom.
Parker, Clara.

An eventful night.

New York, Doubleday & McClure. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4093.



Reel: P-4
Parker, Frances.

Hope Hathaway. A story of western ranch life.

Boston, Mass., C.M. Clark publishing co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1724.



Reel: 179
Parker, Frances.

Marjie of the lower ranch.

Boston, C.M. Clark pub. Co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1725.



Reel: 179
Parker, Frances.

Winding waters. The story of a long trail and strong hearts.

Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1256.



Reel: 132
Parker, George Augustus.

Out of the depths.

Boston, Reeld Pub. Co. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1257; With illustrations by Alfredo L. Demorest.



Reel: 132
[Parker, Helen Eliza (Fitch)].

Constance Aylmar.

New York, Scribner. 1869

Wright bibliography number 1841.



Reel: P-2
[Parker, Helen Eliza (Fitch)].

Sunrise and sunset.

Auburn, Derby and Miller. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1842.



Reel: P-2
Parker, Henry Webster.

Poems.


Auburn, J.M. Alden. 1850

Wright bibliography number 1990.



Reel: PQ-1
Parker, J.S.

At the first floor centre. An experiment with I.H. Fiske. Formerly of '96. Reciprocal [Four stories].

In At Wellesye.
Parker, Jane (Marsh).

Barley Wood; or, building on the rock.

New York, D. Dana, Jr. 1860

Wright bibliography number 1843.



Reel: P-2
Parker, Jane (Marsh).

The midnight cry.

New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. [c1886]

Wright bibliography number 4094.



Reel: P-4
Parker, Jonathan T.

The American legendary; consisting of original and select tales.

Rutland, E. Maxham. 1830

Wright bibliography number 1991; Ser. 1, vol. 1.



Reel: PQ-1
Parker, Lottie Blair.

Homespun. A story of some New England folk.

New York, H. Holt. 1909

Wright bibliography number 1258.



Reel: 132
Parker, Maria Hildreth.

The country home; or, Events of a season.

Lowell, Mass., Citizen Newspaper Co., Printers. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4096.



Reel: P-5
Parker, Maria Hildreth.

Halworth Hall.

[Lowell, Mass., Stone, Bacheller, & Livingston]. [1881?]

Wright bibliography number 4097.



Reel: P-5
Parker, Mary Moncure.

A fair maid of Florida.

Chicago. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4098.



Reel: P-5
Parker, Prescott Alphonse.

Tom and Kitty. A story of Mobile Bay.

Volanta, Ala., P.A. Parker. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1259.



Reel: 132
Parker, William Hendrix.

Malcomb Douglas. A work of fiction.

Bessemer, Ala., Herald-journal. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1727; By Rekrap [i.e. W.H. Parker].



Reel: 179
Parkins, W.H.

How I escaped.

New York, Home Pub. Co. 1889

Wright bibliography number 4099.



Reel: P-5
Parkman, Francis.

Vassall Morton.

Boston, Phillips, Sampson. 1856

Wright bibliography number 1844.



Reel: P-2
Parks, L.K.

With British and braves.

Cincinnati, Curts & Jennings; New York, Eaton & Mains. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 4100.



Reel: P-5
[Parks, Mary Wonderly].

The new reveries of a bachelor; or, Bob, Belle, and that mule.

Baltimore, Printed by J.B. Piet. [c1881]

Wright bibliography number 4101; By Timothy Toodles--bachelor [pseud.].



Reel: P-5
Parmele, Mary (Platt).

Answered in the negative.

New York, Parmele & Chaffee. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 4102.



Reel: P-5
Parmer, Enrique.

Maple hall mystery.

New York, The Authors' Pub. Co. [c1880]

Wright bibliography number 4103.



Reel: P-5
Parrish, Randall.

Beth Norvell. A romance of the west.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1260; With frontispiece in color by N.C. Wyeth.



Reel: 132
Parrish, Randall.

Bob Hampton of Placer.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1261; Ill. by Arthur I. Keller.



Reel: 133
Parrish, Randall.

Don MacGrath. A tale of the river.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1262; Ill. by John W. Norton.



Reel: 133
Parrish, Randall.

Keith of the border. A tale of the plains.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1263; With four illustrations in full color by W. Herbert Dunton. 3d ed.



Reel: 133
Parrish, Randall.

The last voyage of the Donna Isabel. A romance of the sea.

New York, A.L. Burt. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1264.



Reel: 133
Parrish, Randall.

My lady of the North. The love story of a gray-jacket.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1728.



Reel: 179
Parrish, Randall.

Prisoners of chance. The story of what befell Geoffrey Benteen, borderman, through his love for a lady of France.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1266; Illustrated in full color by the Kinneys.



Reel: 133
Parrish, Randall.

A sword of the old frontier. A tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit: being a plain account of sundry adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time captain in the hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 1729; Illustrated by F.C. Yohn.



Reel: 179
Parrish, Randall.

When wilderness was king. A tale of the Illinois country.

Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co. 1904

Wright bibliography number 1730; With six pictures in full color and other decorations by Troy and Margaret West Kinney.



Reel: 179
Parry, David Maclean.

The scarlet empire.

New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c1906

Wright bibliography number 1267; With illustrations by Hermann C. Wall.



Reel: 133
Parson, Caroline.

Esther Hills, housemaid.

New York; London, The Abbey press. 1901

Wright bibliography number 1732.



Reel: 180
Parson, Kirk.

A fast game.

Boston, Roxburgh Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1268.



Reel: 133
Parson, Kirk.

On the mountain division.

New York, Eaton & Mains. 1903

Wright bibliography number 1731.



Reel: 180
Parsons, Caroline.

A girl's confessional, and other stories.

Boston, Eastern Pub. Co. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4104.



Reel: P-5
Parsons, Charles Booth.

Three scenes in the south.

In A. Cary, The adopted daughter.
Parsons, Cornelia Mitchell.

A secret of the sea.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co. [c1896]

Wright bibliography number 4105.



Reel: P-5
[Parsons, Julia (Warth)].

Dorothy Thorn of Thornton.

Boston, D. Lothrop & Co. [c1887]

Wright bibliography number 4106; By Julian Warth [pseud.].



Reel: P-5
[Parsons, Julia (Warth)].

The full stature of a man.

Boston, D. Lothrop and Co. [c1886]

Wright bibliography number 4107; By Julian Warth [pseud.].



Reel: P-6
[Parton, Sara Payson (Willis)].

Fern leaves from Fanny's port-folio.

Auburn, Derby and Miller. 1853

Wright bibliography number 1845.



Reel: P-2
[Parton, Sara Payson (Willis)].

Fern leaves from Fanny's port-folio.

Auburn, Miller, Orgon and Mulligan. 1854

Wright bibliography number 1846; 2d ser.



Reel: P-2
[Parton, Sara Payson (Willis)].

Fresh leaves.

New York, mason Bros. 1857

Wright bibliography number 1847; By Fanny Fern [pseud.].



Reel: P-3
[Parton, Sara Payson (Willis)].

Rose Clark.

New York, Mason Bros. 1856

Wright bibliography number 1848; By Fanny Fern [pseud.].



Reel: P-3
[Parton, Sara Payson (Willis)].

Ruth Hall.

New York, Mason Bros. 1855

Wright bibliography number 1849; By Fanny Fern [pseud.].



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