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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

O'Neill, Eugene

O'Neill, Eugene. Thirst and Other One-act Plays. Gorham Press, Boston (1914). 1,000 copies published.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Emperor Jones, Diff'rent, The Straw.. Boni and Liveright, New York (1921).

O'Neill, Eugene. The Complete Works of Eugene O'Neill. Boni and Liveright, New York (1924). Two volumes. 1200 sets. Signed and numbered by Eugene O'Neill.

O'Neill, Eugene. All God's Chillun Got Wings and Welded. Boni and Liveright, New York (1924).

O'Neill, Eugene. The Great God Brown, The Fountain, the Moon of The Caribbees, and Other Plays. Boni and Liveright, New York (1926). Illustrated endpapers.

O'Neill, Eugene. Marco Millions: A play. Boni and Liveright, New York (1927). 450 numbered copies signed by author.

O'Neill, Eugene. Lazarus Laughed: A Play For An Imaginative Theatre. Boni and Liveright, New York (1927). 775 copies signed by author. Vellum backed Japanese paper.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Emperor Jones. Boni and Liveright, New York (1928). With eight illustrations printed in two colors by Alexander King. 775 signed copies.

O'Neill, Eugene. Strange Interlude: A Play. Boni and Liveright, New York (1928). Deluxe limited issue of 775 copies signed by author. Typography by S. A. Jacobs, printed and bound at the Van Rees Press.

O'Neill, Eugene. Dynamo. Horace Liveright, New York (1929). 775 copies on all-rag watermarked paper. Each copy is numbered and signed by the author.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Hairy Ape. Horace Liveright, New York (1929). With nine illustrations by Alexander King. 775 copies signed by the author.

O'Neill, Eugene. Anna Christie. Horace Liveright, New York (1930). Includes 12 illustrations by Alexander King. 775 numbered and signed copies.

O'Neill, Eugene. Mourning Becomes Electra: A Trilogy. Horace Liveright, New York (1931). 550 numbered and signed copies.

O'Neill, Eugene. Ah, Wilderness. Random House, New York (1933). Signed limited edition of 325.

O'Neill, Eugene. Days Without End. Random House, New York (1934). Signed limited edition of 325.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Plays of Eugene O'Neill. Charles Scribner's, New York (1934). Designed by Elmer Adler. Photogravure frontispiece in each volume. 12 volumes, 770 sets. Known as the 'Wilderness Edition'.

O'Neill, Eugene. George Pierce Baker: A Memorial. Dramatists Play Service, New York. (1939). Essays by the following contributors: John Mason Brown (''The Four Georges, George Pierce Baker at Work''); Eugene O'Neill (''Professor G.P. Baker, a Note and some Communications''); Donald M. Oenslager (''Mr. Baker in His Theatre''); Sidney Howard (''G.P.B. of Yale''); Allardyce Nicoll (''First Impression''); Stanley R. McCandless and Arthur Wilmurt (''The Baker Maps''). These are followed by ''Excerpt from a Speech by Professor Baker'' and a drawing, ''Pierrot Design'', by Gluyas Williams. Portrait frontispiece.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Iceman Cometh. Random House, New York (1946).

O'Neill, Eugene. A Moon for the Misbegotten: A Play in Four Acts. Random House, New York (1952).

O'Neill, Eugene. Long Days Journey Into Night. Yale University Press, New Haven (1956).

O'Neill, Eugene. Hughie: A New One Act Play. Yale University Press, New Haven (1959).

O'Neill, Eugene. Plays. Franklin Library, Pennsylvania (1979). Printed on archival paper.

O'Neill, Eugene. The Iceman Cometh. Limited Editions Club, New York (1982). Introduction by Irma Jaffe. Leonard Baskin illustrated the book with 10 full-page drawings. Signed by Baskin. Printed letterpress by the Stinehour Press. 2000 numbered copies.