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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Dunbar, Paul

Dunbar, Paul Lawrence . Oak and Ivy. Press of United Brethren Publishing House, Dayton (1893). 500 Copies, 250 Of Which Were Destroyed By Fire.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Majors and Minors. Hadley & Hadley, Toledo (1895). 1000 Copies.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. Chapman and Hall (1897). 1St Edition, 1St Issue Of The Authors First Published Book By A Major Publisher; Illustrated With A Hoto Portrait Frontis And Introduced By W. D. Howells.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Folks from Dixie. Dodd Mead (1898). With 7 Black And White Illustrations Plus The Colored Frontispiece Of "Mr. Ruggles" By E.W. Kemble; Total Of 8 Plates; With "University Press: John Wilson And Son, Cambridge, U.S.A." At The Bottom Of The Copyright Page.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Uncalled. Dodd, Mead &Company (1898). First State With Middle Name Misspelled (Lawrence) On The Front Cover

Dunbar, Paul Lawrence . Lyrics of the Hearthside . Dodd, Mead & Company (1899). With A Photographic Frontispiece Of Paul Lawrence Dunbar Sitting On A Chair With His Hands Resting On The Book In His Lap; A Scarce Title Which Includes His Immortal Poem "Sympathy."

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Poems of Cabin and Field . Dodd & Mead (1899). Black-And-White Photographs -- Many Of Them Full-Page -- From The Hampton Institute Camera Club; Nearly Every Page Features A Floral Background Designed By Alice Morse

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Love of Landry . Dodd, Mead & Company (1900).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . The strength of Gideon and other stories. New York (1900). Illus. By E.W. Kemble

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Candle-Lightin Time . Dodd, Mead and Company (1901). Illustrated With Photographs By The Hampton Institute Camera Club And Decorations By Margaret Armstrong; "First Edition Published / October, 1901" On Title Page Verso

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Fanatics . Dodd Mead (1901).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . The Uncalled . International Association of Newspapers and Authors (1901).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Returned. American and Journal (1902). A Negro Ballad As Sung By Miss Abbie Mitchell At Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilts Newport Theatre Party; Words By Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music By William Marion Cook

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . The Jest of Fate . Jarrold & Sons (1902). First English Edition, Published In America As The Sport Of The Gods.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . The Sport of the Gods . Dodd Mead (1902).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . In Old Plantation Days . Dodd, Mead and Company New York (1903). Ten Inserted Plates With Illustrations By Martin Justice; A Collection Of Short Fiction.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Lyrics of the Hearthside . Dodd, Mead and Co. (1903).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . WHEN MALINDY SINGS . Dodd Mead and Co. (1903). Frontispiece And Photographic Illustrations By The Hampton Institute Camera Club; Decorations By Margaret Armstrong

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Lil Gal . Dodd Mead & Co (1904). Frontispiece And 63 Photographs Of Turn-Of-The-Century Black Life By Leigh Richmond Miner Of The Hampton Institute Camera Club; Decorations By Margaret Armstrong.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. The Heart of Happy Hollow. Dodd, Mead & Company (1904). Illustrated With 6 B/W Plates By Edward Windsor Kemble.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . A Plantation Portrait . Dodd, Mead & Company New York (1905).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence, Leigh Richmond Miner . Howdy, Honey, Howdy . Dodd, Mead and Co. (1905). Illustrated With Numerous Black & White Photographs By Leigh Richmond Miner; Page Decorations By Will Jenkins.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Lyrics of Sunshine and Shadow . Dodd, Mead & Company New York (1905).

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Joggin Erlong . Dodd, Mead & Co. (1906). Art By John Rae And Photos By Hampton Institute

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . Christmas is acomin & other poems . Dodd Mead & Co. (1907). Contents Include: "Chrismus Is A-Cumin," "Lullaby," "At Candle-Lightin Time," "The Deserted Plantation," "A Banjo Song," "When De Con Pones Hot," "When Malindy Sings," "Song Of Summer," "Lil Gal," "Fishing," "Two Little Boots," "Dat Ol Mare O Mine," "When Dey Listed Colored Soldiers" And "De Way Tings Come."

Dunbar, Paul Laurence . The Complete Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar . Dodd, Mead & Company New York (1913). With The Introduction To "Lyrics Of Lowly Life" By W. D. Howells

Dunbar, Paul Lawrence . speakin o Christmas . Dodd, Mead Co. N.Y. (1914). And Other Christmas And Special Poems