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Savage, Richard Henry.

The little lady of Lagunitas.

New York, The American News Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4784.



Reel: S-6
Savage, Richard Henry.

Lost Countess Falka.

Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4785.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

The masked Venus.

New York, The American News Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4786.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

Miss Devereux of the Mariquita.

Chicago, F.T. Neely. [c1895]

Wright bibliography number 4787.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

A modern corsair.

Chicago, Rand, McNally. 1897

Wright bibliography number 4788.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

My official wife.

New York, The Home Pub. Co. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4789.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

Our mysterious passenger, and other stories.

New York, Street & Smith. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4790.



Reel: S-7
Savage, Richard Henry.

The passing show.

Chicago, F. Tennyson Neely. [c1893]

Wright bibliography number 4791.



Reel: S-8
Savage, Richard Henry.

Prince Schamyl's wooing.

New York, American News Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4792.



Reel: S-8
Savage, Richard Henry.

The shield of his honor.

New York, Home Pub. Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 4793.



Reel: S-8
Savage, Richard Henry.

Special orders for Commander Leigh. A story of the lower coast of Louisiana.

New York, The Home pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2000; By Col. Richard Henry Savage.



Reel: 206
Savage, Richard Henry.

The white lady of Khaminavatka.

Chicago, Rand McNally. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 4794.



Reel: S-8
Savage, Sarah.

The factory girl.

Boston, Munroe, Francis & Parker. 1814

Wright bibliography number 2308.



Reel: S-4
Savage, Sarah.

Filial affection; or, The clergyman's granddaughter.

Boston, Cummings, and Hilliard. 1820

Wright bibliography number 2310.



Reel: S-4
Savage, Sarah.

James Talbot.

Cambridge, Printed for the Trustees of the Pub. Fund, by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1821

Wright bibliography number 2311.



Reel: S-4
Savage, Sarah.

James Talbot, and The suspected boy.

Boston, Crosby and Nichols. 1845

Wright bibliography number 2313.



Reel: S-4
Savage, Sarah.

Trial and self-discipline.

Boston, J. Munroe. 1835

Wright bibliography number 2314.



Reel: S-4
Savage, Timothy.

The Amazonian Republic.

New York, Colman. 1842

Wright bibliography number 2315.



Reel: S-4
Savidge, Eugene Coleman.

The American in Paris.

Philadelphia [etc.] J.B. Lippincott Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4796.



Reel: S-8
Savidge, Eugene Coleman.

The American in Paris. A biographical novel of the Franco-Prussian War. The siege and commune of Paris, from an American standpoint.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1467.



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Savidge, Eugene Coleman.

Wallingford.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1887

Wright bibliography number 4797.



Reel: S-9
Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

Beyond the great south wall. The secret of the antarctic.

New York, New Amsterdam book co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2001; By Frank Savile; with sundry graphic illustrations painted by one Robert L. Mason.



Reel: 206
Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

The blessing of Esau. A romance on the Marchlands.

New York, A. Wessels. 1901

Wright bibliography number 49 Sup.



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Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

The foray of the "Hendrik Hudson.".

New York, Stokes. [1898]

Wright bibliography number 4798.



Reel: S-9
Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

John Ship, mariner; or, By dint of valor.

New York, F.A. Stokes Co. [c1898]

Wright bibliography number 4799;By Knarf Elivas [anagram].



Reel: S-9
Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

The pursuit.

Boston, Little, Brown. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1468; By Frank Savile; with illustrations by Herman Pfeifer.



Reel: 150
Savile, Frank Mackenzie.

The road.

London, T. Nelson. [190-?]

Wright bibliography number 50 Sup.



Reel: Sup 6
Sawtelle, Mary P.

The heroine of '49.

[San Francisco]. c1891

Wright bibliography number 4800.



Reel: S-9
Sawyer, Caroline Mehetabel (Fisher).

The merchant's widow, and other tales.

New York, P. Price. 1841

Wright bibliography number 2316.



Reel: S-4
Sawyer, Edith Augusta.

Mary Cameron.

Boston, B.H. Sanborn & Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4801.



Reel: S-9
Sawyer, Josephine Caroline.

Every inch a king. The romance of Henry of Monmouth, sometime prince of Wales.

New York, Dodd, mead & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2003.



Reel: 206
[Sawyer, Lemuel].

Printz Hall.

Philadelphia, Carey & Hart. 1839

Wright bibliography number 2318.



Reel: S-4
Sawyer, Moses H.

Lieutenant Colborn, or, The disinherited.

Portland, The Author. 1861

Wright bibliography number 2157.



Reel: S-2
Sawyer, Nellie Tolman.

The Egyptian ring.

New York, Abbey Press. c1901

Wright bibliography number 2004.



Reel: 206
Sawyer, Reuben Herbert.

The livery of heaven.

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

Wright bibliography number 1469.



Reel: 151
Sawyer, Walter Leon.

A local habitation.

Boston, Small, Maynard & Co. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4802.



Reel: S-9
Sawyer, Walter Leon.

An outland journey.

Boston, Copeland and Day. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4803.



Reel: S-9
Saymore, Sarah Emery.

Hearts unveiled: or, "I knew you would like him.".

New York, Appleton. 1852

Wright bibliography number 2158.



Reel: S-2
Sayre, Theodore Burt.

The son of Carleycroft.

New York, Harper. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4804.



Reel: S-9
Sayre, Theodore Burt.

Tom Moore. An unhistorical romance, founded on certain happenings in the life of IReeland's greatest poet.

New York, F.A. Stokes Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2005.



Reel: 206
Sayre, Theodore Burt.

Two summer girls and I.

New York, G.A.S. Wieners. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4805.



Reel: S-10
Scammon, Laura Everingham.

Spoon-river Dan.

Kansas City, Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4806.



Reel: S-10
Scanlan, Anna C.

Dervorgilla, or The downfall of Ireland.

Milwaukee, J.H. Yewdale & Sons Co., Printers. 1895

Wright bibliography number 4807.



Reel: S-10
Sceets, George N.

The social crime.

See Armstrong, Minnie L. The social crime.
Scenes at Washington.

New York, Harper. 1848

Wright bibliography number 2319; By a citizen of Baltimore.

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Schade Van Westrum, Adriaan.

The devil. Founded on Ferenc Molnar's play. As produced by Harrison Grey Fiske at the Belasco theatre, New York.

New York, G.W. Dillingham. c1908

Wright bibliography number 1470; By Adriaan Schade van Westrum; illustrations from scenes in the play.



Reel: 151
Schaefer, Edward P.

The hidden voice, or The ghost of the old Genesee.

Rochester, Press of H.H. Smith. 1887

Wright bibliography number 4808.



Reel: S-10
[Schaefer, Konrad].

Agnes Goodmaid.

Chicago. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4809; By Grete Fischer [pseud.].



Reel: S-10
Schayer, Julia (Thompson) von Stosch.

The story of two lives.

In Stories by American authors, X.
Schayer, Julia (Thompson) von Stosch.

Tiger Lily, and other stories.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1883

Wright bibliography number 4810.



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Schele De Vere, Maximilian.

The great empress.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1870

Wright bibliography number 2158A.



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Schelling, Felix Emmanuel.

Villa Vielle's one mystery.

In The Septameron.
[Schenck, Mrs. J.V.].

Cousin Paul.

New York, G.W. Carleton. 1868

Wright bibliography number 2159; By Jessie Glenn [pseud.].



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Schereschewsky, Susan Mary (Waring).

Miss Ruby's novel.

New York, T. Whittaker. 1889

Wright bibliography number 4811.


Schiller, Edward.

Cherry Blossom: or, "Love thy neighbor as thyself.".

New York, R.M. DeWitt. 1860

Wright bibliography number 2160.



Reel: S-3
Schindler, Solomon.

Young West.

Boston, Area Pub. Co. 1894

Wright bibliography number 4812.



Reel: S-10
Schleppey, Blanche Bloor.

The soul of a mummy, and other stories.

[Indianapolis? Ind., s.n.]. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1472.



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Schlkey, Jessie A.

Fannie Davenport.

St. Paul, Minn., The Pioneer Press Co. 1890

Wright bibliography number 4813.



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Schmidt, Carl George.

Notturno. A romance.

New York, Abbey Press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2006; By George S. Carrol [i.e. C.G. Schmidt].



Reel: 206
Schmidt, Carl George.

Notturno. A romance.

New York, Abbey Press. c1903

Wright bibliography number 51 Sup.



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Schmidt, William.

(Sri Ramuldu).

Columbus, O., F.J. Heer. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2007.



Reel: 206
[Schmucker, Samuel Mosheim].

The planter's victim; or, Incidents of American slavery.

Philadelphia, W.W. Smith. 1855

Wright bibliography number 2161.



Reel: S-3
Schnap, Julius [pseud.].

Old times and new; or, A few raps over the knuckles of the present age.

New York, Printed for the Publishers. 1846

Wright bibliography number 2320; By Julius Schnap and Hans van Garretson [pseuds.].



Reel: S-4
Schneider, Martha Lemon.

A government countess. A novel of departmental life in Washington.

New York, The Neale pub. co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2008; By Martha Lemon Schneider (Mrs. Charles W. Schneider).



Reel: 206
[Schoeffel, Florence Blackburn (White)].

The first or second? Or, A mistaken marriage.

New York, American News Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 4814; By Wenona Gilman [pseud.].



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[Schoeffel, Florence Blackburn (White)].

Miss Davis of Brooklyn.

New York, N.L. Munro. 1888

Wright bibliography number 4815; By Wenona Gilman [pseud.].



Reel: S-11
[Schoeffel, Florence Blackburn (White)].

Saddle and sentiment.

New York, Outing Co. [c1892]

Wright bibliography number 4816; By Wenona Gilman [pseud.].



Reel: S-11
[Schoeffel, Florence Blackburn (White)].

A wandering beauty; or, The temptations of a great city.

Wright bibliography number 4817; By Wenona Gilman [pseud.].

Reel: S-11
Schofield, Miss J.J.

Wooing by wire.

In [W.J. Johnston] comp., Lightning flashes and electric dashes.
Schonacker, Hubert J.

Musical crotchets.

Indianapolis, Cathcart, Cleland & Co. [1887]

Wright bibliography number 4818.



Reel: S-11
Schoolcraft, Mary (Howard).

The black gauntlet.

Philadelphia, Lippincott. 1860

Wright bibliography number 2162.



Reel: S-3
Schoonmaker, Moses.

"Waywide gleanings": A Religious novel.

Kansas City, J.D. Havens. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1473.



Reel: 151
Schoonmaker, Nancy Musselman.

The eternal fires.

New York, Broadway Pub. Co. c1910

Wright bibliography number 1474.



Reel: 151
Schriver, Ernest.

Stealing Railroad engines.

In Tales from McClure's: War.
Schurmann, Helen.

The solitary survivor, and other stories.

Indianapolis. 1896

Wright bibliography number 4819.


Schuyler, Charles E.

"Jim.".


Omaha, H. Gibson Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4820; 2d ed.



Reel: S-11
Schuyler, Montgomery.

The pioneer church: or, The story of a new parish in the West.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1867

Wright bibliography number 2163.



Reel: S-3
Schwahn, John George.

The tableau; or, Heaven as a republic.

Los Angeles, Franklin Printing Co. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4821.



Reel: S-11
Schwartz, Julia Augusta.

Vassar studies.

New York & London, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1899

Wright bibliography number 4822.



Reel: S-12
Scian Dubh [pseud.].

Ridgeway.

Buffalo, McCarroll. 1868

Wright bibliography number 2164.



Reel: S-3
Scofield, Charles Josiah.

Altar stairs.

Chicago, Christian century co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2009; Illustrations by E. Bert Smith.



Reel: 206
Scofield, Charles Josiah.

A subtle adversary. 1st thousand.

[Cincinnati] The Author. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4823.



Reel: S-12
Scollard, Clinton.

At Suk Wady Barada.

In F.E. McKay, ed., Vignettes.
Scollard, Clinton.

The cloistering of Ursula: being certain chapters from the memoirs of Andrea, marquis of Uccelli, and count of Castelpulchio, done into English.

Boston, L.C. Page & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 2010; Illustrated by Harry C. Edwards.



Reel: 207
Scollard, Clinton.

Count Falcon of the Eyrie. A narrative wherein are set forth the adventures of Guido Orrabelli dei Falchi during a certain autumn of his career.

New York, J. Pott & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2011.



Reel: 207
Scollard, Clinton.

A knight of the highway.

Clinton, N.Y., G.W. Browning. 1908

Wright bibliography number 1476.



Reel: 151
Scollard, Clinton.

A man-at-arms.

Boston, New York [etc.] Lamson, Wolffe and Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 4824.



Reel: S-12
Scollard, Clinton.

The son of a Tory. A narrative of the experiences of Wilton Aubrey in the Mohawk Valley and elsewhere during the summer of 1777.

Boston, R.G. Badger & Co. (incorporated). 1901

Wright bibliography number 2012; Now for the first time ed. by Clinton Scollard.



Reel: 207
Scotford, John.

The Judd family; or, An evening visit and what came of it.

Ann Arbor, Dr. Chase's Steam Printing House. 1869

Wright bibliography number 2165.



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Scott, Francina.

The romance of a trained nurse.

New York, Cooke & Fry. 1901

Wright bibliography number 2013; With three illustrations.



Reel: 207
Scott, George.

Tamarack farm. The story of Rube Wolcott and his Gettysburg girl.

New York. The Grafton Press. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2014.



Reel: 207
Scott, Harriet.

Henrietta.

Minneapolis. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4825.



Reel: S-12
Scott, Henry Brownfield.

The loReelei and other poems with prose settings.

Akron, O., Werner. 1910

Wright bibliography number 1477; Illustrations by Samuel A. Martin.



Reel: 151
Scott, Jessie.

Runnymede. A romance of Australia.

San Francisco, The Whitaker and Ray co. (Incorporated). 1903

Wright bibliography number 2016.



Reel: 207
Scott, John Walter.

Anita: or, The spectre of a snow-storm.

New York, G.W. Dillingham, successor to G.W. Carleton & Co. 1891

Wright bibliography number 4826.



Reel: S-12
Scott, Julia H. (Kinney).

The blind widow, and her family.

Hudson, A. Stoddard. 1837

Wright bibliography number 2321.



Reel: S-4
Scott, Julia H. (Kinney).

The sacrifice.

Hudson, A. Stoddard. 1837

Wright bibliography number 2322.



Reel: S-4
Scott, Leroy.

The walking delegate.

New York, Doubleday, Page & Co. 1905

Wright bibliography number 2017; With frontispiece.



Reel: 207
Scott, Mary E.

Keith; or, Righted at last.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1881

Wright bibliography number 4827.



Reel: S-12
Scott, Milton Robinson.

Ernest Marble.

Newark, O., Newark American Print. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4829.



Reel: S-13
Scott, Milton Robinson.

Henry Elwood.

Newark, O., Newark American Print. 1892

Wright bibliography number 4829.



Reel: S-13
Scott, Milton Robinson.

Paul Vernon, prisoner.

Newark, O. [Express Printing Co.]. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4830.



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Scott, Raphael.

The voyages, adventures, and miraculous escapes of Raphael Scott.

Philadelphia, E.E. Barclay. 1850

Wright bibliography number 2323.



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Scott, Rosa.

Marian Wallace; or, Life's changes.

New York, Derby & Jackson. 1858

Wright bibliography number 2166.



Reel: S-4
Scott, Sutton Selwyn.

Southbooke.

Columbus, Ga., T. Gilbert, Printer. 1880

Wright bibliography number 4831.



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The Scottish exiles.

Philadelphia, J. Field. 1828

Wright bibliography number 2324;By a lady of Philadelphia.

Reel: S-5
Scoville, Joseph Alfred.

Clarence Bolton.

New York, Garrett. 1852

Wright bibliography number 2167.



Reel: S-4
Scoville, Joseph Alfred.

Vigor.


New York, Carleton. 1864

Wright bibliography number 2168; By Walter Barrett [pseud.].



Reel: S-4
The Scrap table, for MDCCCXXXI.

Boston, Carter, Hendee & Babcock. 1830

Wright bibliography number 2325.

Reel: S-5
Scribner, Frank Kimball.

A continental cavalier.

New York, The Abbey Press. [c1899]

Wright bibliography number 4832.



Reel: S-13
Scribner, Frank Kimball.

The fifth of November.

See Bentley, Charles S. The fifth of November.
Scribner, Frank Kimball.

The honor of a princess.

New York, F. Tennyson Neely. 1897

Wright bibliography number 4833.



Reel: S-13
Scribner, Harvey.

My mysterious clients.

Cincinnati, R. Clarke. 1900

Wright bibliography number 4834.



Reel: S-13
[Scribner, Isaac W.].

Laconia; or, Legends of the White Mountains and Merry Meeting Bay.

Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1854

Wright bibliography number 2169.



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[Scrimshaw, Frederic].

The dogs and the fleas.

Chicago, D. McCallum. 1893

Wright bibliography number 4835; [4th ed. 10,000].



Reel: S-13
[Scruggs, Mrs. M.V.].

Sketches.

Baltimore, Turnbull Bros. 1874

Wright bibliography number 2169A; By Elsie Earnest [pseud.].



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Scudder, Horace Elisha.

The dwellers in Five-sisters court.

New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1876

Wright bibliography number 4836.



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Scudder, Horace Elisha.

The king and the cowboy.

Philadelphia, Franklin Printing Co. 1897

Wright bibliography number 4837.



Reel: S-14
Scudder, Horace Elisha.

Stories and romances.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1880

Wright bibliography number 4838.



Reel: S-14
Scudder, Moses Lewis.

Almost an Englishman.

New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1878

Wright bibliography number 4839.



Reel: S-14
Scudder, Moses Lewis.

Brief honors.

Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & Co. 1877

Wright bibliography number 4840.



Reel: S-14
Scudder, Vida Dutton.

The disciple of a saint: being the imaginary biography of Raniero di Landoccio dei Pagliaresi.

New York, E.P. Dutton. 1907

Wright bibliography number 1479.



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Scudder, Vida Dutton.

A listener in Babel: being a series of imaginary conversations held at the close of the last century and reported.

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 2018.



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Sea stories now first collected and forming the fifth volume of "Putnam's story library.".

New York, Putnam. 1858

Wright bibliography number 2170.

Reel: S-4
Seaborn, Captain Adam [pseud.].

Symzonia.

New York, J. Seymour. 1820

Wright bibliography number 2326.



Reel: S-5
Seabrook, Phoebe Hamilton.

A daughter of the confederacy. A story of the old South and the new.

New York, Neale Pub. Co. 1906

Wright bibliography number 1480.



Reel: 151
[Seabrook, Whitemarsh B.].

Saved by a woman; or, The hidden romance.

Atlanta, Ga., J.P. Harrison & Co., Printers. 1884

Wright bibliography number 4841; By Strobhart [pseud.].


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