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Fisher, Vardis

Fisher, Vardis. Sonnets to an Imaginary Madonna. Harold Vinal, New York (1927). First Edition of author's first book

Fisher, Vardis. Toilers of the Hills. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1928).

Fisher, Vardis. Dark Bridwell. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1931).

Fisher, Vardis. In Tragic Life. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell , Idaho (1932). First volume of the author's Vridar Hunter tetralogy

Fisher, Vardis. Passions Spin the Plot. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho and Doubleday Doran and Co., New York (1934). First Edition limited Deluxe Edition of 75 numbered copies signed by author; 2nd volume in Vridar Hunter tetralogy

Fisher, Vardis. The Neurotic Nightingale. Casanova Press, USA (1935). Preface by Harry W. Schwartz; First edition limited edition of 300 numbered and signed copies plus 25 review copies; contains 4 essays: The Neurotic Nightingale, Hows Your Sense of Humor, The Implications of Radicalism, and In Defense of Professors

Fisher, Vardis. We Are Betrayed. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho and Doubleday Doran and Co., New York (1935). First edition limited 'De Luxe' Edition of 75 numbered copies signed by author, 3rd volume of Vridar Hunter tetralogy

Fisher, Vardis. No Villain Need Be. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho and Doubleday Doran and Co., New York (1936). First edition limited 'De Luxe' Edition of 75 numbered copies signed by author; 4th volume in Vridar Hunter tetralogy.

Fisher, Vardis. April: A Fable. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho (1937). First Edition of 1000 copies; Limited Deluxe Edition of 50 numbered copies signed by author.

Fisher, Vardis. Idaho A Guide in Word and Picture. Caxton Printers, Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho (1937). Second printing (issued with extra folded map); illustrated with fold out maps. Part of the “American Guide Series”

Fisher, Vardis. Forgive Us Our Virtues. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho (1938). “A Comedy of Evasions”; Limited edition of 75 numbered copies signed by author.

Fisher, Vardis. The Idaho Encyclopedia. Caxton Printers Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho (1938). Edition of 1500 copies; illustrated with fold out maps; Part of the “American Guide Series”.

Fisher, Vardis. Children of God. Harper and Brothers, New York (1939). “An American Epic”, stated FIRST EDITION F-O on the copyright page.

Fisher, Vardis. Children of God. Caxton Printers Ltd, Caldwell, Idaho (1939). “An American Epic”; Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies signed by author

Fisher, Vardis. Idaho Lore. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho (1939). Prepared by Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration; Woodcut illustrations by William Runyan; includes maps

Fisher, Vardis. City of Illusion. The Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho (1941). Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies signed by author.

Fisher, Vardis. Darkness and the Deep. Caxton Printers, Ltd, Idaho (1943). Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies signed by author; 1st book in “The Testament of Man” series.

Fisher, Vardis. The Golden Rooms.. The Caxton Printers Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho (1944). Limited Edition of 125 numbered copies signed by author.

Fisher, Vardis. The Island of the Innocent. Abelard Press, New York (1952). “A Novel of Greek and Jew in the Time of the Maccabees”; Trade issue; 7th in “Testament of Man” series.

Fisher, Vardis. The Island of the Innocent. Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho (1952). “A Novel of Greek and Jew in the Time of the Maccabees”; Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies signed by author; 7th in “Testament of Man” series.

Fisher, Vardis. Jesus Came Again: A Parable. Alan Swallow, Denver, Colorado (1956). First Edition; Subscribers limited edition of 200 numbered and signed copies; “Testament of Man” series.

Fisher, Vardis. Orphans in Gethsemane. Alan Swallow, Denver, Colorado (1960). “A Novel of the Past in the Present”; First edition limited edition for friends of author; 12th volume in “Testament of Man” series.

Fisher, Vardis. Mountain Man. William Morrow and Company, New York (1965).