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Tarkington, Booth

Tarkington, Booth. Gentleman from Indiana. Doubleday & McClure Co, New York (1899). first issue with "eye" and "so pretty" on p 245; "brainy bumps"on p 291; and "brain of Zeus" on p 342; 1000 copies printed.

Tarkington, Booth. Monsieur Beauclaire. McClure, Phillips & Co., New York (1900). 6 illustrations by C.D. Williams; text designs by Chas. Edw. Hooper

Tarkington, Booth. Gentleman From Indiana. Doubleday & McClure, 1900., NY: (1900). 1000 copies printed.

Tarkington,Booth. Two Vanrevels. McClure, Phillips & Co, New York (1902). First state with "the" for "she" in last line, p. 1927; 500 copies; Illustrated by Henry Hutt

Tarkington,Booth. Cherry. Harper & Brothers, New York (1903).

Tarkington, Booth. In The Arena. McClure, Phillips, New York (1905). Stories of Political Life; Illustrated by A. I. Keller. J. J. Gould and Power O'Malley

Tarkington, Booth. Beautiful Lady. McClure, Phillips & Co, New York (1905). Book contains 2 full page illustration both done by Booth Tarkington

Tarkington, Booth. Conquest of Canaan. Harper & Brothers, New York (1905). 8 illustrations by Lucius W. Hitchcock; According to Russo & Sullivan, p. 17-18, this is the first state: 1). No symbol R on the copyright page. 2). With perfect "P" on line 2, p. 378.

Tarkington, Booth. His Own People. Doubleday Page & Co., Garden City (1907). Frontis & 5 inserted plates by Lawrence Mazzanovich and F. R. Gruger; Decorated by Wm. St. John Harper

Tarkington, Booth. Man from Home. Harper & Brothers, New York (1908). With Illustrations from Scenes in the Play; Wilson, Harry Leon

Tarkington, Booth. Beasley's Christmas Party. Harper & Brothers, New York (1909). Illustrated by Ruth Sypherd Clements, frontispiece and marginal illustrations in color

Tarkington, Booth. Beauty and the Jacobin. Harpers, New York (1912).

Tarkington, Booth. Flirt. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1913). Illustrations by Clarence F. Underwood.

Tarkington, Booth. Penrod. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1914). Second state (with "sence" on pg.19, but with page "viii" unnumbered); Illustrated by Gordon Grant

Tarkington, Booth. Turmoil. Grosset & Dunlap, New York (1915). Illustrated with Scenes from the Photoplay

Tarkington, Booth. Penrod. Doubleday, Page and Co, New York (1916). and Sam; with 'sence' for 'sense' (p.19), but without p.[viii] numbered; Frontis & 7 inserted b/w plates by Worth Brehm

Tarkington, Booth. Seventeen. Harper & Brothers, New York and London (1916). A Tale of Youth and Summer Time and the Baxter Family Especially William; 12 illustrations by Arthur William Brown

Tarkington, Booth. Magnificent Ambersons. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1918).

Tarkington, Booth. Magnificent Ambersons. Doubleday, Page & Company,New York (1918).

Tarkington, Booth. Magnificent Ambersons. William Briggs, Toronto (1918). Eight B&W illustrated plates by Arthur William Brown

Tarkington, Booth. Works of Booth Tarkington. Doubleday, Page & Co., Garden City (1918). 27 Volumes; 565 copies.

Tarkington, Booth. Ramsey Milholland. Doubleday, Page, Garden City (1919).

Tarkington, Booth. Gibson Upright. Curtis Publishing, New York (1919).

Tarkington, Booth. Gibson Upright. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1919).

Tarkington, Booth. Hon. John Church Company, Cincinnati (1919). Post Wheeler; Julius Caesar; A Travesty With Music in Three Acts; Presented by The Princeton University Triangle Club

Tarkington, Booth. Alice Adams. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1921). Illustrated by Arthur William Brown; On Pg. 419 line 14 the words "why" and "you" are in their proper order

Tarkington, Booth. Harlequin and Columbine. Doubleday, Page and Co. Garden City, New York (1921). Frontispiece by E. Stetson Crawford.

Tarkington, Booth. Gentle Julia. Doubleday, Page and Co. Garden City, New York (1922). Illustrated by G. Allan Gilbert & Worth Brehm

Tarkington, Booth. Works of Booth Tarkington. Doubleday, Page, Garden City New York (1922). (21 vols) Seawood Edition;1075 copies; Contents: In the Arena, The Flirt, Women, Seventeen, Turmoil, Magnificent Ambersons, Penrod & Sam, The Conquest of Canaan, Gentle Julia, Harlequin & Columbine & Other Stories, Claire Ambler, Gentleman from Indiana, Midlander, Penrod, Monsieur Beaucaire, the Beautiful Lady, His Own People, & Other Stories, The Fascinating Stranger & Other Stories, Guest of Quesnay, Two Van Revels, Alice Adams, Plutocrat Ramsey Milholland

Tarkington, Booth. PENROD. Grosset & Dunlap, New York (1923). and Sam

Tarkington, Booth. Collector's Whatnot. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1923). A Compendium, Manual, and Syllabus of Information and Advice on all Subjects Appertaining to the Collection of Antiques, both Ancient and not so Ancient; A Monument to the Horsehair Period; ROBERTS, Kenneth L., and KAHLER, Hugh M. as Cornelius Obenchain Van Loote, Milton Kilgallen, and Murgatroyd Elphinstone, compiled by; Illustrations by Booth Tarkington

Tarkington , Booth. Fascinating Stranger. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, New York (1923). 377 copies printed; Contains 12 other short stories.

Tarkington, Booth. Midlander. Doubleday Page & Company, Garden City (1923). 377 copies printed

Tarkington, Booth. Midlander. S.B. Gundy, Totonto (1924).

Tarkington, Booth. Women. Doubleday, Page, Garden City (1925).

Tarkington, Booth. Looking Forward and Others. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1926).

Tarkington, Booth. Growth. Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City (1927).

Tarkington, Booth. Plutocrat. Doubleday, Page & Company, New York (1927). 1000 copies printed.

Tarkington, Booth. Claire Ambler. Doubleday, Doran, New York (1928). 500 copies printed.

Tarkington, Booth. World Does Move. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1928).

Tarkington, Booth. Penrod Jashber. Doubleday, Doran & Company, Garden City (1929). Illus. by Gordon Grant

Tarkington, Booth. New Penrod Book. Doubleday, Doran & Company , New York (1929).

Tarkington, Booth. World Does Move. Heinemann, London (1929). An Autobiographical Narrative

Tarkington, Booth. Young Mrs. Greeley. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1929). Dust jacket art by Harry McGinnis.

Tarkington, Booth. Mirthful Haven. Doubleday, Doran & Company, Garden City (1930). Provenance: Estate of the Renowned Andrew H. Green Family of New York

Tarkington, Booth. Penrod. Doubleday, Doran, Garden City (1931). His Complete Story; Illustrations by Gordon Grant

Tarkington, Booth. Wanton Mally. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1932). A Gay Romance of England in the Days of Charles the Merry; WITH DRAWINGS BY JOSEPH SIMONT; Full colour frontis plate is a portrait of M. De Champvallion by Largilliere.

Tarkington, Booth. Gentle Julia. Doubleday, Doran & Company, Garden City (1933).

Tarkington, Booth. Presenting Lily Mars. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1933). Pictorial endpapers designed by Harve Stein

Tarkington, Booth. Little Orvie. Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York (1934). Illustrated by George Brehm

Tarkington, Booth. Mr. White. Doubleday Doran, Garden City (1935). Four peculiar stories, with an additional preface by the author; The Red Barn, Hell, and Bridewater

Tarkington, Booth. Lorenzo Bunch. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1936).

Tarkington, Booth. Rumblin Galleries. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1937). Illustrated by Ritchie Cooper.

Tarkington, Booth. Some old portraits. Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York (1939). A Book About Art and Human Beings; 247 copies; vignette title-page printed in black and yellow, 22 plates (14 in color)

Tarkington, Booth. Fighting Littles. Doubleday, Doran and Company, Garden City (1941).

Tarkington, Booth. Heritage of Hatcher Ide. Doubleday, Doran and Company, New York (1941).

Tarkington, Booth. Kate Fennigate. Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York (1943). Dust jacket design by oscar Ogg

Tarkington, Booth. Image Of Josephine. Doubleday, Doran and Company, Garden City (1945). The Story of a Turbulent Woman

Tarkington, Booth. Lady Hamilton and Her Nelson. House of Books, New York (1945). Designed by The Doomsday Press; 300 copies printed.

Tarkington, Booth. Monsieur Beaucaire. Limited Editions Club, New York (1961). double spead title page and 8 full page full color plates by T. M. Cleland; Designed by T. M. Cleland and printed on specially made laid paper at the press of A. Colish in Mt. Vernon; 1500 copies printed; WITH A PREFACE BY J. DONALD ADAMS