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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Ward, Lynd

Ward, Lynd. God's Man. Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, New York (1929). A Novel in Woodcuts; illustrated with 140 woodcuts by Ward

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. Faust. Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, New York (1930). Frontispiece and 5 tipped-in wood engravings by Lynd Ward; Translated by Alice Raphael; introduction by Mark Van Doren; Limited edition of 501 numbered copies, signed by translator, frontispiece signed by illustrator

Ward, Lynd. God's Man. Cape and Smith, New York (1930). A Novel in Woodcuts; 144 woodcuts by Ward; 3rd printing; Limited edition of 409 numbered copies signed by artist

Ward, Lynd. Mad Man's Drum. Cape and Smith, New York (1930). “A Novel in Woodcuts”; 100+ Wood engravings by Ward; Limited edition of 309 numbered copies signed by artist

Coatsworth, Elizabeth. The Cat Who Went to Heaven. Macmillan, New York (1930). Illustrated with bandw plates by Lynd Ward

Ward, Lynd. Wild Pilgrimage. Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, New York (1932). A Novel in Woodcuts; 95 woodcuts in black and red, by Ward

Faulkner, William. A Green Bough. Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, New York (1933). Illustrated by Lynd Ward; Limited edition of 360 numbered copies, signed by Faulkner

Ward, Lynd. Gods' Man. Peter Smith, New York (1933). A Novel in Woodcuts; Illustrated by Ward; 6th printing

Ward, Lynd. God's Man. Cape and Smith, New York (1933). “A Novel in Woodcuts”; Illustrated by Ward

Brinig, Myron. The Flutter of an Eyelid. Farrar and Rinehart, New York (1933). Chapter heading illustrations by Lynd Ward

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein. Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, New York (1934). “Or, The Modern Prometheus”; Illustrated with 31 vignettes and 15 full-page wood engravings by Lynd Ward

Mann, Thomas. Nocturnes. Equinox Cooperative Press, New York (1934). Illustrated with 7 lithographs by Lynd Ward; Contains 3 short stories; Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies, signed by Mann

Hicks, Granville. One of Us. Equinox Cooperative Press, New York (1935). 30 lithographs by Lynd Ward; “The Story of John Reed”

Ward, Lynd. Song without Words. Random House, New York (1936). “A Book of Engravings on Wood”; 22 full-page woodcut illustrations by Ward; limited edition of 1250 numbered copies, signed by Ward

Peattie, Donald Culross. A Book of Hours. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1937). Illustrated with 24 full-page, bandw woodcuts by Lynd Ward; Limited edition of 26 lettered copies signed by author

Ward, Lynd. Vertigo. Random House, New York (1937). “A Novel in Woodcuts”; Illustrated with 230 woodcuts by Ward

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Limited Editions Club, New York (1938). Illustrated by Lynd Ward; translation by Lascelles Wraxall; Introduction by Andre Maurois Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator; 5 volumes

Dumas, Alexander. The Count of Monte Cristo. Easton Press, Connecticut (1941). Bandw illustrations by Lynd Ward; Introduction by Andre Maurois; 4 volumes

Dumas, Alexander. The Count of Monte Cristo. Heritage, New York (1941). Illustrated by Lynd Ward; Introduction by Andre Maurois; 4 volumes in 1

Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. Limited Editions Club, New York (1942). Illustrated with lithographs by Lynd Ward; Introduction by Sinclair Lewis; Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator

Forbes, Edith. Johnny Tremain. Houghton Mifflin Company, New York (1943). Illustrated by Lynd Ward

Erasmus, Desiderius. Moriae Encomium. Limited Editions Club, New York (1943). “Or, The Praise of Folly”; Illustrated with 10 mezzotint plates by Lynd Ward; translated from the Latin by Harry Carter; Introduction by Hendrik Willem Can Loon; Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator

Ward, Lynd. The Biggest Bear. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston (1952). Illustrated and written by Ward

Dawson, Carley. The Sign of the Seven Seas. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (1954).

Dawson, Carley. Dragon Run. Houghton Mifflin, New York (1955). Illustrated by Lynd Ward

Conrad, Joseph. Lord Jim. Limited Editions Club, New York (1959). Illustrated with coloured lithographs by Lynd Ward; Introduction by Nicholas Monsarrat; Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator

Jefferson, Thomas. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut (1967). Selected and Edited by Saul K. Padover; Illustrated by Lynd Ward; Limited edition of 2000 copies; Contains: the Autobiography, the Declaration of Independence, First Inaugural Address, Second Inaugural Address, Religion, A Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom, Religion in Virginia, Slavery, and numerous letters

Ward, Lynd. The Silver Pony. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (1973). Illustrated with 80 plates by Ward; “A Story in Pictures”

Ward, Lynd. Sanctuary, Evening Walk, Undercliff and Rising Storm. Bellevue Press, Birmingham (1974). 4 postcards created by woodcuts by Lynd Ward, signed

Ward, Lynd. Storyteller Without Words. Harry N. Abrams, New York (1974). “The Wood Engravings of Lynd Ward'; Text and 743 illustrations by Ward; Contains all 6 of Ward's woodcut novels

Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet. Poem Upon the Lisbon Disaster. Penmaen Press, Lincoln, MA (1977). Translated by Anthony Hecht; Introduction by Arthur Wilson; Illustrated with 6 wood engravings by Lynd Ward; Text in French and English; Limited edition of 400 copies, 100 roman numeralled copies signed by Ward, Hecht, and Wilson

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein. Centipede Press, Lakewood, CO (2006). Wood engravings by Lynd Ward; Introduction by Patrick McGrath Limited edition of 500 numbered copies; 22 additional copies with roman numerals, signed by McGrath, issued with a suite of the 20 Ward engravings