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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 & 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 & 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 & 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 & 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 & Company, New York (1965).