London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, 1848. First edition. Read More about Town and Country: A Novel
New York: House of Field, Inc, . First edition. Inscribed on ffep to Col. Don S. Rockwell. Read More about Passport to Adventure. [Foreward by Major General William75 C. Rivers
New York: 30 July, 1934. Variant of the portrait published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. Read More about Portrait photograph of Muriel Draper
New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1938. First American edition, with inserted signature leaf preceding the half title. Signed. The classic modern gothic tale, winner of the National Book Award and the basis for the 1940 film by Alfred Hitchcock. Read More about Rebecca
New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1810. First edition. Black Female Charity Schools. Dwight's sermon on the importance of charity, especially the Charity Societies, citing one in particular that was of interest to him. A school that was established in New Haven to educate black female children. Dwight emphasized the responsibility to... Read More about The Charitable Blessed. A Sermon Preached in the First Church in New Haven August 8, 1810
Lahore: "Civil and Military Gazette" Press by E.A. Smedley, Manager, 1930. First edition. Read More about Trekking in Kashmir with a Family, --or without one
New York: 13 December 1959. Hartley had written to Early concerning the importance of secondary education upon her writing. She responded “I was very fortunate, and lack of college education didn't slow me up particularly. But things are different today. Of course any one who wishes to write should go... Read More about Typed letter signed “Eleanor Early”
London: Printed for R. Hunter ... and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-row, 1817. First edition. Read More about Harrington, a Tale; and Ormond, a Tale. In Three Volumes
London: R. Hunter; Baldwin, Craddock & Joy, 1821. Reprint (first published 1814). Suzannet Copy. Read More about Rosamond. A Sequel to Early Lessons ... In Two Volumes
Paris: Henri Nicolle ... [and] Renard, 1813. First (?) French edition. French edition of one of Miss Edgeworth's "Tales of Fashionable Life," first published in London in 1809. Loeber lists two Paris 1813 editions of Dubuc's translation, priority is unknown. Read More about Vivian: Scenes de la Vie du Grand Monde ... [translated by Pierre Louis Dubuc
Philadelphia: Printed by William Duane, No. 106, Market Street, 1803. First American edition. Read More about Essay on Irish Bulls
Hartford: W.S. Williams & Co, 1865. Second edition. The experiences of a woman who diguised herself as a man and entered the Union Army with the Army of the Potomac. She was born in New Brunswick, Canada. It is not clear when the first edition of this book appeared. probably... Read More about Nurse and Spy in the Union Army: Comprising The Adventures and Experiences of a Woman in...
Boston: Dana & Estes Company Publishers, [c. 1900]. Arbury edition, Number 345 of 1000 copies. Read More about Works
Fine Original Illustration by Reginald Birch. Published as an illustration to George Eliot's The Mill on the Floss in St. Nicholas Magazine, this is a typically fine and engaging turn of the century magazine drawing for which the artist was noted. Reginald Birch (1856-1943) was known as “The children's Gibson”..... Read More about "The Fish Pond"
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1876. This copy reads a "New Edition in Four Volumes" on the title page. Contents leaves in all 4 volumes. 3Eliot's novel is notable in that its eponymous hero is revealed to be a Jew who is devoted to the Zionist cause. Read More about Daniel Deronda
Frenich, Foss: K.D. Duval, 1986. First Edition, one of 500. With Prospectus. Includes essays by John Harthan, Dorothy Harrop, Mirjam Foot & Elizabeth Greenhill herself. Read More about Elizabeth Greenhill Bookbinder. A Catalogue Raisonné
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1861. Read More about Black's Picturesque Tourist and Road and Railway Guide Book through England and Wales
London: 5 June 1974. Responding to Hartley's letter asking whether she would have some advice for his writing students to help them to their literary goals. She emphasis the drive to write, the examination of the market, mentions the possibility of writing fictionalized biographies as possibly being a starting point... Read More about Typed letter signed “Susan Ertz”
London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Number 598 of 780 copies for America and Great Britain. Amorous Intrigues at the Court of Charles II, Extra Illustrated. A chronicle of the profligate court of Charles II, written with grace and vigor by a French noble ex-patriate. EXTRA ILLUSTRATED with the insertion of... Read More about Memoirs of Count Grammont. Edited, with notes, by Sir Walter Scott
London: Saunders and Otley, 1837. Third Edition. Read More about The Romance of Biography or Memoirs of Women Loved and celebrated by Poets from the Days of the...
New York: The Greystone Press, (1938). Fourth printing. Read More about Such Sweet Compulsion. The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar
London: Printed for J. Johnson, J. Murray and J. Evans, 1793. Second edition. "female mind. . .sufficient for the acquisition of knowledge" Burton lectures on the expected topics: obedience, duties of a wife, daughter, etc., but he also strongly recommends reading for ladies as necessary to keep them from being... Read More about Lectures on Female Education and Manners
Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1840. First American edition, published the same year as the London edition. Read More about Woman and Her Master
New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1939. First edition, no. 349 of 351 copies signed by the Author on a special tipped-in page. Signed Limited. Read More about A Peculiar Treasure
New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1941. First edition, number 395 of 562 copies signed by the author. Signed Limited. Read More about Saratoga Trunk
Glen Ellen, California: May 10, 1984-February 11, 1985. A charming series of letters from the legendary food writer and memoirist M.F.K. Fisher (1908-1992), written from her final home in Glen Ellen, to one Maurice Gordon, a recently befriended fellow northern Californian, who shared with Fisher a love of food and... Read More about Collection of 7 Typed Letters Signed ("Mary Frances," "MFKFisher,"...