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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Lewis, Sinclair

Lewis, Sinclair. Hike and the Aeroplane. Stokes, New York (1912). 1000 copies.

Lewis, Sinclair. Our Mr Wrenn. Harper and Brothers, New York (1914).

Lewis, Sinclair. Trail of the Hawk. Harper and Brothers, New York (1915). Color frontispiece by Norman Rockwell.

Lewis, Sinclair. Tennis As I Play It. Doran, New York (1915). By Maurice E. McLoughlin. Ghostwritten by Sinclair Lewis. Preface by Richard Norris Williams. Illustrated with seventy-two reproduction photographs in action (black and white), including frontispiece portrait of McLoughlin, the 1913-14 National Champion.

Lewis, Sinclair. The Job. Harper, New York (1917).

Lewis, Sinclair. The Innocents: A Story for Lovers. Harper, New York (1917). Frontis is present-a black and white picture of "The Innocents".

Lewis, Sinclair. Main Street: The Story of Carol Kennicott. Harcourt, Brace and Howe, New York (1920).

Lewis, Sinclair. Babbitt. Harcourt, Brace and Howe, New York (1922).

Lewis, Sinclair. Arrowsmith. Harcourt, Brace and Howe, New York (1925). 500 numbered copies signed by author.

Lewis, Sinclair. Martin Arrowsmith. Jonathan Cape, London (1925). First UK edition.

Lewis, Sinclair. Arrowsmith. Grosset and Dunlap, New York (1925).

Lewis, Sinclair. Mantrap. Jonathan Cape, London (1926).

Lewis, Sinclair. Mantrap. Harcourt Brace, New York (1926).

Lewis, Sinclair. Mantrap. Grosset and Dunlap, New York (1926). Photoplay edition issued to coincide with the release of the silent film directed by Victor Fleming starring Clara Bow, Ernest Torrence, Eugene Pallette and Percy Marmont.

Lewis, Sinclair. John Dos Passos' Manhattan Transfer. Harper, New York (1926). 975 numbered copies.

Lewis, Sinclair. Elmer Gantry. Jonathan Cape, London (1927).

Lewis, Sinclair. Elmer Gantry. Harcourt Brace, New York (1927).

Lewis, Sinclair. The Man Who Knew Coolidge. Harcourt Brace, New York (1928).

Lewis, Sinclair. Dodsworth. Harcourt Brace, New York (1929).

Lewis, Sinclair. Keep Out of the Kitchen. Cosmopolitan, New York (1929). Illustrations in the text.

Lewis, Sinclair. Ann Vickers. Doubleday Doran, Garden City (1933). 2350 copies.

Lewis, Sinclair. Work of Art. Doubleday Doran, Garden City (1934).

Lewis, Sinclair. Dodsworth. Harcourt Brace, New York (1934). With comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization. Made in a tiny quantity specifically for members of the original Broadway production. Illustrated with photographs from the production.

Lewis, Sinclair. It Can't Happen Here. Doubleday Doran, Garden City (1935).

Lewis, Sinclair. Main Street. Limited Editions Club, Chicago (1937). With and introduction by Sinclair Lewis. Illustrated with nine color drawings by Grant Wood. 1500 numbered copies. Signed by the illustrator.

Lewis, Sinclair. The Prodigal Parents. Doubleday Doran, Garden City (1938).

Lewis, Sinclair. Gideon Planish. Random House, New York (1943).

Lewis, Sinclair. Cass Timberlane, a Novel of Husbands and Wives. Random House, New York (1945).

Lewis, Sinclair. Kingsblood Royal. Random House, New York (1947). 1050 numbered and signed copies.

Lewis, Sinclair. The God-Seeker. Random House, New York (1949).

Lewis, Sinclair. Arrowsmith. Franklin Library, Pennsylvania (1975). A Limited Edition, published under the auspices of The American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. Printed on archival paper.

Lewis, Sinclair. Main Street. Franklin Library, Pennsylvania (1978). A Limited Edition, published under the auspices of The American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. Printed on archival paper.