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Riley, James Whitcomb

Riley, James. An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig Commerce. Author Published, Hartford (1817). Wrecked on the Western Shore of Africa; Steeple engraved frontis portrait of Capt. Riley and 9 full plates

Riley, James. LOSS OF THE AMERICAN BRIG COMMERCE. John Murray, London (1817). Wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa; With an Account of Tombuctoo, and the Hitherto Undiscovered Great City of Wassanah

Riley, James. Naufrage du brigantin amricain. Le Normand, Paris (1818).

Riley, James Whitcomb. OLD SWIMMIN'-HOLE,". George C. Hitt & Co, Indianapolis, Indiana (1883). AND 'LEVEN MORE POEMS, BY BENJ. F. JOHNSON, OF BOONE; with the inserted title page, William spelled correctly on page 41, and a scant inch between horizontal wire marks; 1000 copies printed.

Riley, James Whitcomb. Flying Islands of the Night. Bowen-Merrill Co, Indianapolis (1892).

Riley, James Whitcomb. Poems Here At Home. Bobbs-Merrill Co, New York (1893). 50 copies printed on Japanese vellum

Riley, James Whitcomb. POEMS HERE AT HOME. Century Co., New York (1893). Frontispiece and illustrations in text by E. W. Kemble

Riley, James Whitcomb. Armazindy. Bowen-Merrill Company, Indianapolis (1894).

Riley, James Whitcomb. A Tinkle of Bells. E. A. Weeks & Co, Chicago (1895). Frontis %2B 3 inserted plates

Riley, James Whitcomb. DAYS GONE BY. E. A. Weeks & Co, Chicago (1895). Illustrated with a b/w frontispiece

Riley, James Whitcomb. A Child-World. (1896). Limited to 100 copies

Riley, James Whitcomb. A Child-World. Longmans, Green & Co. (1897).

Riley, James Whitcomb. Child-World. Bowen-Merrill Company, Indianapolis (1897). first state with three of the four points, lacking page number for proem (Russo A 64); Frontispiece b/w illustration by W. Vainter

Riley, James Whitcomb. Rubiayat of Doc Sifers. Century Company, New York (1897). Illustrated throughout in black-and-white by C. M. Relyea

Riley, James Whitcomb. An Old Sweetheart of Mine. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis (1902). with illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy and designed by Virginia Keep

Riley, James Whitcomb. Riley Songs O'Cheer. BOBBS-MERRILL, INDIANAPOLIS (1905).

Riley, James Whitcomb. Riley Songs O'Cheer. Grosset & Dunlap, New York (1905). With pictures by Will Vawter

Riley, James Whitcomb. While the Heart Beats Young. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis (1906). first issue with mis-numbered table of contents; 16 color plates after Ethel Franklin Betts, color pictorial endpapers, color head & tail-piece decorations

Riley, James. Christy of Rathglin. C M Clark Pub, Boston (1907). STORY OF THE LIFE OF AN IRISH LAD

Riley, James Whitcomb. Morning. Bobbs-Merrill Company (1907).

Riley, James Witcomb. Raggedy Man. Bobbs - Merrill Company, Indianapolis (1907). Illustrated by Betts (a Brandywine artist from Howard Pyle's school) with 8 color plates as well as with a decorative border and line illustrations on each page of text

Riley, James Whitcomb. When She Was About Sixteen. Bobbs-Merrill Co, Indianapolis (1911). Illustrated throughout by Howard Chandler

Riley, James Whitcomb. All The Year Round. Bobbs Merrill Company, Indianapolis (1912). illustrated with 12 colored woodcuts by Gustave Baumann

Riley, James Whitcomb. Riley Baby Book. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis (1913). Autograph Verses Reproduced in Facsimile

Riley, James Whitcomb.. Works Of James Whitcomb Riley. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1913). 16 volumes.

Riley, James Whitcomb. Works Of James Whitcomb Riley. C.B. Randall, New Castle (1913). Edmund Henry Eitel, Edited; illustrated with photographic and sepia plates throughtout, this is the extra-illustrated edition containing additional tipped-in watercolor ill's by Glenn Henshaw, J. Alfred Seaford, H. Rex Cotton and Mary McAuley; 150 copies printed.

Riley, James Whitcomb. Poems and prose sketches. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1914). 204 copies printed; 16 volumes; Illustrated with 16 frontispieces with tissue guards; Preface-Benjamin F. Johnson

Riley, James Whitcomb. Complete Works. Bobbs-Merrill Co, Indianapolis (1916). Vol. I has color frontispeice and five color plates on coated stock by Christy. Vol. 2 has color frontispiece by Betts and five spectacular color plates by Christy. Vol. 3: frontispiece is photo of Riley's homestead, and four color plates by Christy and one by Betts. Vol 4: frontispiece by Betts and two color plates by Betts and three by Christy. Vol. 5: frontispiece by Christy, four Christy color plates and two by Betts. Vol. 6: frontispiece and two plates by Betts and three by Christy. Vol. 7: Betts frontispiece and three Christy plates. Vol. 8: frontispiece and two plates by Betts, four by Christy. Vol. 9: Betts frontispiece and four Christy plates. Vol. 10: Photo frontispiece, and three Christy plates; Illustrations in color from Paintings by Howard Chandler Christy and Ethel Franklin Betts

Riley, James Whitcomb. Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley. P.F. Collier & Son Company (1916). Vol. I has color frontispeice and five color plates on coated stock by Christy. Vol. 2 has color frontispiece by Betts and five spectacular color plates by Christy. Vol. 3: frontispiece is photo of Riley's homestead, and four color plates by Christy and one by Betts. Vol 4: frontispiece by Betts and two color plates by Betts and three by Christy. Vol. 5: frontispiece by Christy, four Christy color plates and two by Betts. Vol. 6: frontispiece and two plates by Betts and three by Christy. Vol. 7: Betts frontispiece and three Christy plates. Vol. 8: frontispiece and two plates by Betts, four by Christy. Vol. 9: Betts frontispiece and four Christy plates. Vol. 10: Photo frontispiece, and three Christy plates; Illustrations in color from Paintings by Howard Chandler Christy and Ethel Franklin Betts