The Library of Louis I. Haber of New York City ... Part I : to be sold December 1 and 2, 1909, Wednesday afternoon, lots 1-266, Wednesday evening, [lots] 267-488, Thursday afternoon, [lots] 489-740, Thursday evening, [lots] 741-963.TOGETHER WITH: The library of Louis I. Haber of New York City ... Part II : to be sold December 1 7 and 8, 1909, Tuesday afternoon, lots 964-1174, Tuesday evening, [lots] 1175-1408, Wednesday afternoon, [lots] 1409-1614, Wednesday evening, [lots] 1615-1830. TOGETHER WITH: Literary autographs and manuscripts both English and American forming part III of the collection of Louis I. Haber of New York City : comprising a remarkable assemblage of letters and manuscripts relating to the social and literary history of England and America : to be sold December 9-10, 1909, Thursday afternoon, lots 1-196, Friday afternoon, [lots] 197-394.

New York: The Anderson Auction Galleries, 1901-1909.

Priced. Illus. 1 vols. 8vo. Buckram, with original wrappers bound in Item #232977

"A remarkable collection made during the past twenty-five years, covering the whole period of English literature from the authors of the sixteenth century to the present day, including rare editions of the works of Edmund Spenser, John Heywood, Robert Greene, Abraham Cowley, Chapman, Burton, Herbert, Killigrew, Gower, the fourth folio Shakespeare; many rare first editions of American authors, extra-illustrated books, private book-club publications, works on bibliography, and fine bindings; manuscripts of John Keats, Thackeray, Stevenson, Swinburne, Kipling, Oscar Wilde, Irving and Whitman; letters of Dr. Johnson, Lamb, Dickens, Tennyson, Hawthorne, Lowell, Longfellow, Whittier, and many others."

Price: $200.00 Free Domestic Delivery