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Daphnis et Chloe´, Daphnis and Chloe. French. [from old catalog] Florence, Imprime´ chez Piatti, 1810. 152 p. 23 cm.

Scribner's August fiction number / W. Glackens.

Scribner's fiction number

Kesler Mfg. Co., Salisbury, N.C. Tallest man is Supt. Mason. He was willing I should take photos so long as I promised to represent conditions as they were. He is afraid of being misrepresented. "Truth is something stranger than fiction." Location: Salisbury, North Carolina.

"Fact and Fiction" [old man reading newspaper beside young woman reading book]

Fannie Hurst, novelist and short story writer, author of "Lummox," "Back Street," and many other successful and distinguished works of fiction. Miss Hurst is one of the judges in the Equal Rights Essay Contest organized by the Students Council of the National Woman's Party.

Animals run away

A fish and a gift

A hot Saturday

A cow is my friend

A forest with snakes

I can dress myself!

'M'e Maneo's pumpkin

Annoying mosquito

The pumpkin chase

Akadeli's lucky day

Knight times

Just like me

Miss Tiny Chef

Abel and his sister's doll

The lost laugh

Home of Stephen King, an internationally acclaimed author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy, in Bangor, Maine. Note the deliberately spooky details of his front gate. The house is perhaps Bangor's No. 1 destination for tourists wishing to take "selfie" photos

A dog and a lizard

My special hair

Ann-Nem-Oh-Nee finds adventure

Tumi goes to the park

Aku the sun maker

Who takes the train?

The fish that couldn't swim

Where is Lulu?

The dream pillow

A Laodicean;

The war tiger; or, Adventures and wonderful fortunes of the young sea chief and his lad Chow : a tale of the conquest of China

Fife and drum at Louisbourg,

The father and daughter: a tale

A History of the haunted caverns of Magdelama, an Indian queen of South America, with her likeness

The Young Jewess; a narrative illustrative of the Polish and English Jews of the present century, exhibiting the superior moral influence of Christianity

Ormond; or, The secret witness

The vicar of Wakefield: a tale

My early adventure during the peninsular campaigns of Napoleon

The cavaliers of Virginia, or, The recluse of Jamestown. An historical romance of the Old Dominion

The abbot;

The pioneers; or, The sources of the Susquehanna; a descriptive tale

The Red Rover, a tale

The pirate, and The three cutters,

Walsingham, the gamester

Margaret's bridal

The young prima donna: a romance of the opera

Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon

Sketches of American character

Francis of Valois,

The mansion of happiness : an instructive moral and entertaining amusement

The history of a pocket prayer book

The mosaic workers; a tale of Venice

Claiborne the rebel. A romance of Maryland,

The West Point cadet; or, The young officer's bride. A romance in real life

Ettore Fieramosca : or, The challenge of Barletta : an Historical Romance of the times of the Medici

The nun of St. Ursula, or, The burning of the convent. A romance of Mount Benedict

The wanderings and fortunes of some German emigrants

Simon Suggs' adventures and travels

The pirate ..


The history of a pocket prayer book,

The fountain and the bottle; comprising thrilling examples of the opposite effects of temperance and intemperance

Life and exploits of the noted criminal, Bristol Bill

1851; or, The adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys, their son and daughter, who came up to London to enjoy themselves and to see the Great Exhibition,

Johnny Derivan's travels: a sketch of old Ireland

The Wing-and-wing;

The redskins;

The pioneers

East and West a temperance story

Agnes Sorel. A novel

The mysteries and miseries of San Francisco,

Father Jonathan, or, The Scottish converts. A Catholic tale

Hard times

An attic philosopher in Paris

Fabiola; or, The church of the catacombs

One link in the chain of apostolic succession;

Redburn: his first voyage. Being the sailor-boy confessions and reminiscences of the son-of-a-gentleman, in the merchant service

Fabiola; or, The church of the catacombs

Satanstoe; or, The Littlepage manuscripts. A tale of the colony

White-Jacket; or, The world in a man-of-war

The tenant of Wildfell hall

Helen Leeson; a peep at New-York society ..

The antiquary ..

A new home--who'll follow? or, Glimpses of western life

The last of the Mohicans

New England boys; or, Three apprentices

Homeward bound; or, The chase. A tale of the sea

The knout, a tale of Poland

The rangers; or, The Tory's daughter. A tale, illustrative of the revolutionary history of Vermont, and the northern campaign of 1777

The Prairie; a tale. By J. Fenimore Cooper. With the latest revision and corrections of the author

The two admirals. A tale

The pioneers; or, the sources of the Susquehanna. A descriptivetale

Westward ho!

Home influence: a tale for mothers and daughters

The American spy : or, Freedom's early sacrifice : a tale of the Revolution, founded upon fact

The Paragreens on a visit to the Paris universal exhibition

Life and love in Norway : a Norwegian and Lapland tale ; from the German of Theodore Mügge

Sketches of Irish character

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