The Resource Stories from the Chap-book; : being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;, newly composed by many celebrated writers, and very delightful to read

Stories from the Chap-book; : being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;, newly composed by many celebrated writers, and very delightful to read

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Stories from the Chap-book; : being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;
Title
Stories from the Chap-book;
Title remainder
being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;
Statement of responsibility
newly composed by many celebrated writers, and very delightful to read
Title variation
Chap-book stories
Creator
Contributor
Binding designer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
120
Citation source
Kramer, S. Stone & Kimball & Herbert S. Stone & Co. bib, 1893-1905
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Chap-book (Chicago, Ill.)
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1859-1929
  • 1872-1951
  • 1862-1937
  • 1894-1962
  • fl. 1894-1896
  • 1871-1943
  • 1841-1898
  • 1861-1920
  • 1850-1934
  • 1866-1946
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  • Bates, Katharine Lee
  • Boyce, Neith
  • Channing, Grace Ellery
  • Cummings, E. E.
  • Williams, Anna Vernon
  • Holloway, William
  • Lefevre, Edwin
  • Leland, Anthony
  • Pool, Maria Louise
  • Ross, Clinton
  • Thanet, Octave
  • Borie, A. E.
  • Bragdon, Claude Fayette
  • Herbert S. Stone & Company
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Short stories, American
Label
Stories from the Chap-book; : being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;, newly composed by many celebrated writers, and very delightful to read
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Publication
Contents
Bates, K. Whither thou goest. An impassable gulf.--Boyce, N. In a garden.--Channing, G. E. Oreste's patron.--Cummings, E. The appeal to Anne.--Dorsey, A. V. The dead oak.--Holloway, W., jr. The making of Monsieur Lescarbot's ballad.--Lefevre, E. On the brink--Leland, A. A woman's life. "When the King comes in."--Pool, M. L. Mandany's fool.--Ross C. The way to Constantinople.--Thanet, Octave [pseud.] The old partisan
Extent
1 online resource ([10], 241, [5] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copies 1-3 (with class no. NC973.9) are part of a collection (Collection 1607). To page these items, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Gullans-Espey Collection of Designer Bookbindings. Items are in box 69. Pink cloth over boards, with a multicolored pictorial design lithographed on to the cloth covers; navy rule borders; lettering in blue. Top edge gilt. Binding designed by A. E. Borie, with lettering by Claude Bragdon. Publisher's advertisements: [8] p. at end. Gift of Charles Gullans and John Espey, 1986.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 3: Second edition (i.e. impression), Dec. 1, 1896. Ex libris: The Greenes.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Stories from the Chap-book; : being a miscellany of curious and interesting tales, histories, &c;, newly composed by many celebrated writers, and very delightful to read
Link
Publication
Contents
Bates, K. Whither thou goest. An impassable gulf.--Boyce, N. In a garden.--Channing, G. E. Oreste's patron.--Cummings, E. The appeal to Anne.--Dorsey, A. V. The dead oak.--Holloway, W., jr. The making of Monsieur Lescarbot's ballad.--Lefevre, E. On the brink--Leland, A. A woman's life. "When the King comes in."--Pool, M. L. Mandany's fool.--Ross C. The way to Constantinople.--Thanet, Octave [pseud.] The old partisan
Extent
1 online resource ([10], 241, [5] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copies 1-3 (with class no. NC973.9) are part of a collection (Collection 1607). To page these items, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Gullans-Espey Collection of Designer Bookbindings. Items are in box 69. Pink cloth over boards, with a multicolored pictorial design lithographed on to the cloth covers; navy rule borders; lettering in blue. Top edge gilt. Binding designed by A. E. Borie, with lettering by Claude Bragdon. Publisher's advertisements: [8] p. at end. Gift of Charles Gullans and John Espey, 1986.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 3: Second edition (i.e. impression), Dec. 1, 1896. Ex libris: The Greenes.
Specific material designation
remote

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