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1 Various A Boy's Race With General Grant and Other Stories
The Werner Company January 1899 B00DV64U10 First Edition Hardcover Collectible - Very Good 
1st Edition - No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Numerous illustrations 
Price: 9.95 USD
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2 Mary Johnson Holmes A Fair Puritan: A New England Tale
Hurst 1891 281BNB1002723 Hardcover Used - Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight with a slight cant. Pages age toned 
Price: 9.95 USD
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3 Davidson, J. Thain A Good Start
A. C. Armstrong And Son 1890 B001DA386O Unknown Used - Very Good 
1st Edition (A. C. Armstrong And Son - 1890) - Clean In Text. No Marks Noted. Name And Date In Pencil On Title Page And Name Sta 1st Edition (A. C. Armstrong And Son - 1890) - Clean In Text. No Marks Noted. Name And Date In Pencil On Title Page. 
Price: 29.00 USD
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4 Fox, John A Mountain Europa
Harper & Brothers Publishers 1899 B002JHC16S Hardcover Used - Good No Jacket 
1st Edition - Clean In Text. No Marks. Light Foxing Throughout. Green Cloth Boards With Light Wear And Rubs. Deckled Edges 1st Edition - Clean In Text. No Marks. Light Foxing Throughout. Green Cloth Boards With Light Wear And Rubs. Deckled Edges. Some page edge damage. 
Price: 39.99 USD
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A Sister's Story (Catholic Library Edition), Pauline Marie Armande Aglae Craven (Mrs. Augustus Craven); Translator-Emily Bowles
5 Pauline Marie Armande Aglae Craven (Mrs. Augustus Craven); Translator-Emily Bowles A Sister's Story (Catholic Library Edition)
McCauley & Kilner 1908 B00089AQV6 Hardcover Used - Good 
no date - circa 1900 by McCauley & Kilner. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Light wear on cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . Pauline Marie Armande Aglae Craven (nee Ferron de La Ferronnays; 12 April 1808 – 1 April 1891) was a French author. She was born in London, the daughter of comte Auguste de La Ferronnays, a Breton nobleman. Her father was a close friend of the duc de Bern, whom he accompanied on his return to France in 1814. He and his wife were attached to the court of Charles X at the Tuileries, but a momentary quarrel with the duc de Bern made retirement imperative to the comte's sense of honor. He was appointed ambassador to St. Petersburg, and in 1827 became foreign minister in Paris. Pauline was thus brought up in brilliant surroundings, but she derived her strongest impressions from the group of Catholic thinkers that gathered around Lamennais, and her ardent piety furnishes the key to her life. Mrs. Craven's family life was depicted in Le Récit d'une Sœur ('A Sister's Story') as especially tender and intimate. She suffered several severe bereavements in the years following her marriage. The Cravens lived abroad until 1851, the year in which Keppel Richard Craven died. His son's diplomatic career appeared unsuccessful. He stood unsuccessfully for election to Parliament for Dublin in 1852 after which he retired to private life. The family went to live in Naples in 1853. Mrs. Craven then began to write the history of the family life of the La Ferronnays between 1830 and 1836. Its focus was the love story of her brother Albert and his wife Alexandrine. This book, Le Récit d'une Sœur (1866, English translation 'A Sister's Story' 1868), was enthusiastically received and was awarded a prize by the French Academy. 
Price: 7.95 USD
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6 Remy de Gourmont; Translator-Aldous Huxley A Virgin Heart
The Modern Library 1927 B00250VWXW Hardcover Used - Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding cracked but pages sescure. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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7 Guy de Maupassant; Translator-Marjorie Laurie; Introduction-Edmond Jaloux; Illustrator-Edy Legrand A Woman's Life
The Nonesuch Press & Heritage Press 1942 B0078EOT0I Hardcover Collectible - Very Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. No dust jacket as issued. No slipcase 
Price: 5.95 USD
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8 Ebers, Georg And Eleanor Grove An Egyptian Princess [The Historical Romance Of Georg Ebers]
D. Appleton And Company 1880 B001BBLNP8 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
Vol Ii - Clean In Text. No Marks Noted. Light Wear On Cover. Translated From The German By Elear Grove. Vol Ii - Clean In Text. No Marks Noted. Light Wear On Cover, Spine sunned. Translated From The German By Elear Grove. Both Volumes of The Egyptian Princess bound as one. 
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9 Hurst, Fannie Anitra's Dance
P.F. Collier & Son 1934 B000NYGR14 Unknown Used - Like New 
Broadway Edition - Clean!! No Marks. In Original Publishers Glassine Dust Wrap. Light Wear On Cover . Appears Unread. Purple Boa Broadway Edition - Clean!! No Marks. In Original Publishers Glassine Dust Wrap. Light Wear On Cover . Appears Unread. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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10 Margot Sanger Anne To Zonia
Vantage Press 1950 B001DCJINE Hardcover Collectible - Very Good 
Signed By Author. Clean! No Marks. From Private Collection. In Archival Mylar Protected Dust Jacket Signed By Author. Clean! No Marks. From Private Collection. In Archival Mylar Protected Dust Jacket .................. ..................... ....................... Even at a young age, Margot Sanger, born Mina Margaret Heyn on December 5, 1890 in Toledo, Ohio, had an affinity for performing. She is described in a childhood story as entering a theatre performance in the midst of applause, and shouted, 'Wait 'til I take off my bonnet and you can see my pretty curls.' This sense of humor and quick wit characterized her life-long performances, and also saved her from incurring a fine in a 1962 showing before a Toledo traffic court judge. Margot Sanger spent the majority of her educational career in Toledo, first attending Jefferson Elementary School, and then graduating from Central High School. She spent one year at Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, Illinois, before returning to Toledo to teach Story-Telling Method at Dr. Mary Law's Froebel Kindergarten Training School and French at the University of Toledo. In 1914 she married Nathan Dreyfus, but became a widow two years later. In 1919 she married the attorney Sigmond Sanger, a partner in the law firm Brown and Sanger. A few years after her second marriage, Margot Sanger began her entertaining career in Toledo, performing original, witty monologues. When she began touring in New York City in 1932, she legally changed her name from Margaret Sanger to Margot Sanger to avoid confusion with the radical Margaret Sanger of Planned Parenthood. Besides writing her own original material, Margot Sanger also established The Margot Sanger Theater of Imagination, an agency which allowed her to arrange bookings for her performances. She performed to rave reviews throughout the United States, as well as in Paris, London and Bermuda. She also wrote Anne to Zonia in 1950, a compilation of her different character sketches. The name was chosen, Mrs. Sanger explained, because her characters are all kinds of women 'from A to Z.' Her daughter Mary Ruth Swigart selected, edited and illustrated a collection of Margot Sanger's written work that appeared posthumously in a book entitled in Poems and Prose in 1979. 'Because she is in demand all over the country as a diseuse,' the Writers' Club Bulletin wrote, 'because there has never been anything quite like her Theatre of the Imagination for sheer imagination, wisdom...because men's clubs are as keen about her as women's clubs, because she is the darling of dramatic celebrity chasers, and college professors...in short because she is her own scintillating self, we bow the knee to brilliant Margot Sanger. Margot Sanger passed away in 1967. 
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11 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow At The Portal: A Longfellow Birthday Book (With 12 Colored Illustrations)
Dewolfe & Fiske Co 1904 B0008A7EKQ Hardcover Used - Good 
Has Some Name Written On A Few Of The Pages. Binding It Tight And Square. Cover Has Light Soil And Rubbed At Edges. Title Page Has Some Name Written On A Few Of The Pages. Binding It Tight And Square. Cover Has Light Soil And Rubbed At Edges. Title Page and frontispiece have minor defect. 12 color illustrations are bright and vibrant. Some names and birthdays filled in 
Price: 9.95 USD
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12 W. Clark Russell Auld Lang Syne (Alpha Library)
Rand, McNally & Company 1900 B001WZJ19I Hardcover Used - Very Good 
No date - circa 1900. No marks or writing observed in text - name on 1st inside page. Binding tight and square. No DJ 
Price: 99.95 USD
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13 Marie Corelli Barabbas: A Dream of the World's Tragedy
J. B. Lippincott 1896 B000YIPSVE Hardcover Used - Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding cracked at back hinge but all pages are secure. Red cloth with silber decoration and lettering on cover and spine. 317pp 
Price: 6.95 USD
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14 Poate, Ernest M. Behind Locked Doors
Chelsea House 1923 B00220J0IE Hardcover Collectible - Good No Jacket 
Apparent 1st Edition - Clean In Text. Name Stamp On Inside Cover And Front Free End Paper. Cloth Covers Has Light Wear And Light Apparent 1st Edition - Clean In Text. Name Stamp On Inside Cover And Front Free End Paper. Cloth Covers are soiled and worn on edges. 
Price: 19.95 USD
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15 Frank Norris Blix
Doubleday, Page & Company January 1905 B008RPT3O4 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
1905 printing - No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight. Light wear on cover at corners and edges. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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16 Helen Holley Blood On The Beach: A Miss Tessie Venable mystery
Mystery House January 1946 B0006AR36S Hardcover Used - Good Good 
Ex-library with very few usual marks. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. From private collection. In archival mylar protected dust jacket. Pages tanned. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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17 Lebbeus Mitchell Bobby in Search of a Birthday
P.F. Volland & Co. January 1916 B00A36HU5Y Hardcover Used - Very Good 
Inscription on half title page. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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18 Phillips Brooks Brilliants: Selected from the writings of The Right Reverend Phillips Brooks, Bishop of Massachusetts
H.M. Caldwell 1893 B00085QH72 Hardcover Used - Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Pictorial end papers. B&W Portrait as frontispiece. Decorated boards wilth gilt boxed title. Corners are bumped and frayed. 6 black & white illustrations by Louis Meynelle. Phillips Brooks (December 13, 1835 – January 23, 1893) was an American Episcopal clergyman and author, long the Rector of Boston's Trinity Church and briefly Bishop of Massachusetts, and particularly remembered as lyricist of the Christmas hymn, 'O Little Town of Bethlehem'. In the Episcopal liturgical calendar he is remembered on January 23. 
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19 Wallace, Frederick William Captain Salvation
Minton, Balch & Company 1925 B00085TCH4 Unknown Used - Very Good 
Clean In Text. Only Mark Is Stamped Name On Inside Cover And Ffep. Light Wear On Cover. No Dust Jacket. Clean In Text. Only Mark Is Stamped Name On Inside Cover And Ffep. Light Wear On Cover. No Dust Jacket. 
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20 Will Carleton City Ballads
Harper & Brothers January 1885 1125183349 / 9781125183342 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read if at all. Light soil on cover. 
Price: 6.95 USD
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