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Stevenson, Robert Louis

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Pentland Rising: A Page of History, 1666. Andrew Elliot, Edinburgh (1866).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. An Inland Voyage. C. Kegan Paul and Co, London (1878). 750 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. C. Kegan Paul and Co, London (1879). Black and white engraving to frontispiece.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. Roberts Brothers, Boston (1879). Frontis engraving

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers. C. Kegan Paul and Co, London (1881). Twelve essays by Stevenson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Cassell, London (1883). Frontispiece map of Treasure Island printed in four colors.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. An Inland Voyage. Roberts Brothers, Boston (1883).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Silverado Squatters. Chatto and Windus, London (1883). Sepia frontispiece plate. Illustrated

Stevenson, Robert Louis. More New Arabian Nights: The Dynamiter. Longman's Green and Co, London (1885). A collection of short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson and Fanny Vandegrift.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. More New Arabian Nights: The Dynamiter. Henry Holt, New York (1885). First American edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Prince Otto: A Romance. Chatto and Windus, London (1885).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verse. Longman's Green and Co, London (1885). 1000 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verse. Scribner's, New York (1885). First American edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Kidnapped. Cassell, London (1886). Folding three colour map at frontispiece.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Cassell, London (1886). First illustrated edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Longman's Green and Co, London (1886). First UK edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Scribner's, New York (1886). First American edition. 4250 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables. Chatto and Windus, London (1887).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers. Chatto and Windus, London (1887). 50 numbered large paper copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Virginibus Puerisque and Other Papers. Chatto and Windus, London (1887). 1000 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Black Arrow; A Tale Of the Two Roses.. Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, London (1888).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Wrong Box. Scribner's, New York (1889). With Lloyd Osbourne. First US edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. New Arabian Nights. Chatto and Windus, London (1889). 100 copies. Large paper edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale. Cassell, London (1889).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Ballads. Chatto and Windus, London (1890). 100 large paper copes signed by R. and R. Clark, the printers.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Ballads. Chatto and Windus, London (1890). First English edition.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Father Damien. Chatto and Windus, London (1890). 1100 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Wrecker. Cassell, London (1892). With Lloyd Osbourne. Illustrated by William Hole & W.L. Metcalf. Black and white frontispiece and 11 plates.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garland of Songs. Longman's Green and Co, London (1892). Music by C. Villiers Stanford. Illustrations by Stevenson through-out.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Three Plays: Deacon Brodie, Beau Austin, Admiral Guinea. David Nutt, London (1892). With W.E. Henley. 30 copies printed on Japan vellum, specially bound and signed by the publisher.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Three Plays: Deacon Brodie, Beau Austin, Admiral Guinea. David Nutt, London (1892). With W.E. Henley. 100 copies on handmade paper and signed by the publisher.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Footnote to History. Eight Years of Trouble in Samoa. Cassell, London (1892). Frontispiece map.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Island Nights' Entertainment. Cassell, London (1893). Twenty-seven illustrations by Gordon Browne and W. Hatherell. First English edition. Map of the Beach of Falesa in color.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Catriona. A Sequel to Kidnapped. Cassell, London (1893).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Ebb-Tide. William Heinemanm, London (1894). With Lloyd Osbourne.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Will O' The Mill. Joseph Knight Company, Boston (1895). Originally issued as part of a collection in 'The Merry Men'.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Body Snatcher. Merriam, New York (1895). Four full-page wood-engraved illustrations by A. S. Hartrick.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Scribner's, New York (1895). First illustrated American edition. Black and white illustrations by Charles Robinson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. John Lane, London (1896). First illustrated UK edition with illustrations by Charles Robinson. 150 copies on large paper.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. John Lane, London (1896). First illustrated UK edition with nearly 100 illustrations by Charles Robinson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Cassell, London (1897). Twenty five full plate engravings and a map.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Chatto and Windus, London (1898). 1035 sets. Eight volumes.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson. Scribner's, New York (1898). Twenty seven volumes. Contents: I. New Arabian nights. --II. Treaure Island. --III. More new Arabian nights: The dynamiter, written in collaboration with Mrs. Stevenson. The story of a lie. --IV. Prince Otto. Island nights' entertainments. Father Damien. --V. Kidnapped. --VI. David Balfour: a sequel to Kidnapped. --VII. The merry men and other tales and fables. The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. --VIII. The black arrow. The misadventures of John Nicholson. The body-snatcher. --IX. The master of Ballantrae. --X. The wrecker, written in collaboration with L. Osbourne. --XI. The wrong box, written in collaboration with L. Osbourne. The ebb tide, written in collaboration with L. Osbourne. --XII. An inland voyage. Travels with a donkey. Edinburgh, picturesque notes. --XIII. Virginibus puerisque and other papers. Memories and portraits. --XIV. Familiar studies of men and books. Miscellaneous papers. --XV. The amateur emigrant. Across the plains. The Silverado squatters. --XVI. A child's garden of verses. Underwoods. Ballads. --XVII. Vailima letters: correspondence addressed to Sidney Colvin. --XVIII. Memoir of Fleming Jenkin. Records of a family of engineers. --XIX. In the South seas. A foot-note to history. --XX. Wier of Hermiston. The plays of W. E. Henley and R. L. Stevenson. Fables. XXI. St. Ives: being the adventures of a French prisoner in England. --XXII. Sketches. Criticisms, etc. --XXIII & XXIV Letters to his families and friends. --XXV & XXVI. Life of Robert Louis Stevenson / by Graham Balfour.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Cassell, London (1899). Illustrated by Wal Paget with plates and text illustrations.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works of R. Louis Stevenson. Peter Fenelon Collier, Publisher (1900). Fifteen volumes.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Lodging for the Night. The Roycrofters, New York (1902). 100 copies. Printed on Japan vellum. Signed by publisher Elbert Hubbard. Signed by illuminator Emma Johnson. Photogravure frontise portrait of Stevenson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Scribner's, New York (1905). Color title page and 12 full page color plates by Jessie Willcox Smith.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Scribner's, New York (1905). 24 volumes.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Cassell, London (1906). The Pentland edition. Bibliographical notes by Edmund Gosse. 20 volumes. 1550 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. An Inland Voyage. Chatto and Windus, London (1908). Large paper edition. 250 copies. With 12 mounted plates in color and 12 in black and white by Noel Rooke, 2 folding maps.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. John Lane, London (1908). Illustrated by Charles Robinson. With 8 colour plates, plus line illustrations throughout, coloured illustrated endpapers.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Virginibus Puerisque. Chatto and Windus, London (1910). Printed on handmade paper by the Florence Press of London for Chatto and Windus of London. 262 copies. Full color plates by the artist Norman Wilkinson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Prayers Written at Vailima. Chatto and Windus, London (1910). Illustrated throughout by Alberto Sangorski. With an introduction by the author's wife.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Chatto and Windus, London (1911). Twenty five volumes. 2060 copies. Frontispiece in each volume.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Poems. Chatto and Windus, London (1913). 500 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Black Arrow. Scribner's, New York (1916). Illustrated with 14 color plates plus color title page by N.C. Wyeth.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. On the choice of a profession. Chatto and Windus, London (1916).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Works. Scribner's, New York (1921). Vailima edition. 26 volumes. 2090 sets. Photogravure frontispiece portraits.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The works of Robert Louis Stevenson.. Heinemann, London (1922). Twenty-six volumes. Photogravure frontispiece portraits. 1060 sets.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Whitman, Chicago (1923). Color illustrations by James McCracken and fifty ink drawings by Sue Seeley.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. David Balfour. Scribner's, New York (1924). Nine color Wyeth plates and illustrated title page.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The strange case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde: Fables Other stories & Fragments. Heinemann, London (1925). Preface by Lloyd Osbourne. Published in association with Chatto & Windus: Cassell & Company, Ltd: and Longmans, Green & Company.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Ernest Benn, London (1927). 12 colour plates, b/w head and tail pieces illustrated by Edmund Dulac.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Random House, New York (1929). Illustrated by W.A. Dwiggins. 1200 copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Two Mediaeval Tales. Limited Editions Club, New York (1930). Introduction by Clayton Hamilton. 1500 copies. Designed and illustrated by C. B. Falls

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. John Lane, London (1930). Illustrated by S. G. Hulme Beaman with eight b&w lithographs printed on heavy paper by Sydney George Hulme Beaman.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Father Damien. John Henry Nash, San Francisco (1930). Introduction by William Andrews Clark. Two volumes. Portraits. 250 copies printed on handmade paper by John Henry Nash for private distribution.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Goerge G. Harrap, London (1931). 12 colour plates. Illustrated by H.Willebeek Le Mair.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Grosset and Dunlap, New York (1932). First US Photoplay Edition, illustrated with scenes from the Paramount Picture of 1931 directed by Rouben Mamoulian and starring Fredric March (as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde), Miriam Hopkins as the prostitute Ivy Pearson and Rose Hobart (as Muriel Carew).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Limited Editions Club, New York (1944). Illustrated by Roger Duvoisin with water-colors hand-colored by Charlize Brakeley. Introduction by William Rose Benet. 1100 numbered copies.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. Oxford University Press, New York (1947). Illustrated by Tasha Stevenson Tudor.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London (1949). Map plus 41 illustrations by Mervyn Peake including vignette to title page and tailpiece; of the 41, 23 are full page plates and 6 further plates with headings mark the subdivisions of the narrative.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Across The Plains. Allen Press, Hillsborough (1950). Introductory Notes by Oscar Lewis. Illustrated by Mallette Dean. 200 copies designed and printed by Lewis and Dorothy Allen.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Heron, London (1960). 16 books.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Grosset and Dunlap, New York (1976). Illustrated.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Easton Press, Connecticut (1977). Printed on archival paper with gilded edges.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Treasure Island. Franklin Library, Pennsylvania (1978). Printed on archival paper with gilded edges.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses. The Press in Tuscany Alley, San Francisco (1978). 500 copies. Illustrated by Joyce L. Wilson.

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde. Ace Books (1982).

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Silverado Squatters. Arion Press, San Francisco (1996). Photographs by Michael Kenna. One of 250 numbered copies signed by Kenna.