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WHITNEY, MRS. A.D.T.
Other Girls
1873. WHITNEY, Mrs. A.D.T. THE OTHER GIRLS. With illustrations. Boston; James R. Osgood, 1873. First edition [?]. 8vo. decorative green cloth, lettered in gilt. Bookplate, ink ownership. Slightly skewed with rubbing, slight soil to cloth, slight bumps, fraying to extremes; the tip of the heel is chipped away; spine darkened. Hinges tender with a few sigantures starting; foxing to prelims. age-browning to pages. Just a good copy. (Not in Wright). .
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Book number: 66818
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WHITNEY, MRS. A.D.T.
Real Folks
1872. WHITNEY, Mrs. A.D.T. REAL FOLKS. With illustrations. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1872. First edition. 8vo. decorative green cloth, lettered in gilt. Bookplate and ink ownership. Moderate soil and rubbing to cloth, with some light fraying, and a bump to the extremes; spine darkened. Hinges are cracked, binding skewed, and mildly shaken, with a few starting signatures; occasional foxing throughout. A good copy only. (Wright 2717). .
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Book number: 66790
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Kate Douglas Wiggin As Her Sister Knew Her
1925. (WIGGIN, Kate Douglas). KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN AS HER SISTER KNEW HER. By Nora Archibald Smith. With illustrations. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1925. First edition, signed by the author. A near fine copy, in a somewhat soiled dust jacket with small nicks and tears at the edges. .
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Book number: 81406
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Marm Lisa
1896. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. MARM LISA. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1896. First edition. 8vo. publisher's green cloth designed by Sarah Whitman (second state of at least three designs Whitman did). Ex-library (no external marks), and over-opened; but still a quite clean and acceptable copy. Uncommon. .
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Book number: 81404
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Old Peabody Pew
1907. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. THE OLD PEABODY PEW. A Christmas Romance of a Country Church. With Illustrations by Alice Barber Stephens. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1907. First edition. There are a few spots on the front panel, but overall it is bright, with the gold leaf and the illustration clean and sharp. This is a fine copy in a dust jacket that is quite chipped. The front flap has separated from the rest, but it is present. However, the dust jacket is uncommon. Ill.: FE.
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Book number: 47006
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Old Peabody Pew
1907. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. THE OLD PEABODY PEW. A Christmas Romance of a Country Churh. With Illustrations by Alice Barber Stephens. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1907. First edition. There are a few spots on the front panel, but overall it is bright, with the gold leaf and the illustration clean and sharp. This is a fine copy in a dust jacket that is quite chipped. The front flap has separated from the rest, but it is present. However, the dust jacket is uncommon. Ill.: FE.
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Book number: 81463
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Penelope's Irish Experiences
1902. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCES. Illustrated by Charles E. Brock. London: Gay and Bird, 1902. First illustrated edition. Small 8vo, green cloth decorated in blind. A very nice, sharp copy; in inner tissue wrapper and dust jacket, the jacket sunned on spine and chipped at edges. .
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Book number: 81403
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Penelope's Experiences in Scotland
1898. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. PENELOPE'S EXPERIENCES IN SCOTLAND. Being Extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton. London: Gay and Bird, 1898. First British edition. There is foxing to the fore-edge and the spine is slightly skewed, with light wear to the heel, crown and corners. In all, this is a near fine copy. Ill.: FE.
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Book number: 81405
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Story of Waitstill Baxter
1913. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. THE STORY OF WAITSTILL BAXTER. Illustrations by H.M. Brett. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913. First edition. 8vo, 4 color plates; green cloth, faded. Very good. .
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Book number: 81388
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
Thanksgiving Retrospect
1928. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. A THANKSGIVING RETROSPECT. Or Simplicity of Life in Old New England. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1928. Later printing. 12mo. brown paper covered boards, paper label to front board; 37 pp. Pencil gift inscription to ffep. A fine copy in a price-clipped, soiled, moderately edgeworn dust jacket with a damp ring to the front panel. .
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Book number: 64923
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WIGGIN, KATE DOUGLAS
To Mother
1917. (WIGGIN, Kate Douglas). TO MOTHER. An Anthology of Mother Verse. With an introduction by Kate Douglas Wiggin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, (1917). First edition. Oblong 8vo. lavender cloth decorated in gilt. Gilt on upper cover is slightly rubbed and there is a small bump at spine and bottom corner. Text is partially unopened. Contemporary signature. An attractive copy in a lightly edgeworn dustwrapper. [BAL 22678]. .
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Book number: 54195
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 [FREEMAN] MARY E. WILKINS, New England Nun
[FREEMAN] MARY E. WILKINS
New England Nun
1891. [FREEMAN] Mary E. Wilkins. A NEW ENGLAND NUN. And Other Stories. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1891. First edition. A four line holograph poem in wilkin's hand and signed by her on the front preliminary page. There is also and ownership ink name and date on the flyleaf. Some wear to the crown and general light soil and fading to the boards else it is a very good copy. In our experience, signed or inscribed books by this author are rare. (BAL 6325). Ill.: FE.
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Book number: 85168
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 WILKINS, MARY E., Pembroke
WILKINS, MARY E.
Pembroke
1984. WILKINS, Mary E. PEMBROKE. London: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co. 1894. Second edition. Inscribed by the author on front flyleaf from Randolph, Massachusetts, dated August 1894. 324 pp. 8vo. brown cloth stamped in silver. Spine slightly rolled, with a few nicks to heel. Light staining to spine under title, which is sligtly faded. The corners are bumped and have slight wear; there is also a small dampstain to the top of the front joint. Light foxing to half-title, and the text is toned at the margins. Overall a good plus copy, with a rare inscription. BAL 6337. .
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Book number: 85169
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WILLARD, BARBARA
Brother Ass and Brother Lion
1951. WILLARD, Barbara. BROTHER ASS AND BROTHER LION. London: J. Garnet Miller Ltd. (1951). First edition, signed by the author on the title page and with TSL laid in. The boards are a bit bowed, else this is a near fine copy in a dust jacket with light soil and wear to the edges. Ill.: FES.
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Book number: 81378
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MASSACHUSETTS/WOMEN
Wollaston Woman's Club Magazine
1916. [MASSACHUSETTS - WOMEN]. THE WOLLASTON WOMAN'S CLUB MAGAZINE. Wollaston (Quincy), MA: [Wollaston Woman's Club, 1916]. 208 pp. 8vo. printed grey wrappers with grey cloth spine. Near fine, very minor wear to edges. With presentation in ink by the owner, Frank Gurney, who contributed a poem (p. 47). Articles on domestic matters, fiction, poetry, advertising. Halftone photo reproductions, b/w illustrated ads. President: Mrs. William E. Rowe. The club, founded in 1913, "is progressive and ambitious, and stands for education, philanthropy, honesty and loyalty." Rare. .
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Book number: 81232
USD 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 103.25 | £UK 93 | JP¥ 13021]
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