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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Stegner, Wallace

Stegner, Wallace. Clarence Edward Dutton. University of Utah, Salt Lake City (1935). An Appraisal.; text followed by bibliography of Dutton's writing; thesis titled Clarence Edward Dutton, Geologist and Man of Letters

Stegner, Wallace. Remembering Laughter. Little, Brown and Co., Boston (1937).

Stegner, Wallace. Remembering Laughter. William Heinemann, London (1937).

Stegner, Wallace. Potter's House. Prairie Press, Muscatine, Iowa (1938). Limited edition of 490 copies

Stegner, Wallace. On a Darkling Plain. Harcourt Brace & Co., New York (1940). 1st edition stated on copyright page

Stegner, Wallace. Fire and Ice. Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York (1941). Total edition of 2500 copies, 1900 sold

Stegner, Wallace. Fire and Ice. Harcourt Brace, New York (1941).

Stegner, Wallace. Mormon Country. Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York (1942). Edited by Erskine Caldwell; Part of the American Folkways series

Stegner, Wallace. The Big Rock Candy Mountain. Duell, Sloan & Pierce, New York (1943).

Stegner, Wallace. One Nation. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1945). Illustrated with photos

Stegner, Wallace. Second Growth. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1947). 2-page illustration of a map of the town of Westwick; 10,000 copies in first printing

Stegner, Wallace. Stanford Short Stories. Stanford University Press, California (1947). Edited and preface by Stegner; 1946; 750 copies printeda

Stegner, Wallace. Stanford Short Stories. Stanford University Press, California (1948). Edited and preface by Stegner; 1948; 750 copies printeda

Stegner, Wallace. The Women on the Wall. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston (1948).

Stegner,Wallace. The Big Rock Candy Mountain. Hammond,Hammond and Co., London (1950). First UK edition

Stegner, Wallace. The Preacher and the Slave. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1950).

Stegner, Wallace. The Women On The Wall. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1950). 1st edition; collection of short stories; 4500 copies printed

Stegner, Wallace. The Writer in America. The Hokuseido Press, Japan (1951). Foreword by Stegner; With notes by M. Hiramatsu; 2nd edition within the same year; slipcase

Stegner, Wallace. Beyond the Hundredth Meridian. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (1954). John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West; Includes pull-out panorama of Grand Canyon; 12 b/w illus, 6 maps; 1st edition of 6000 copies

Stegner, Wallace. City of the Living. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (1956). and Other Stories'; first printing stated October 1956;

De Voto, Bernard. The Papers of Bernard de Voto. Board of Trustees of The Leland Stanford, Jr. University, California (1960). Edited by Stegner; A Description and a Checklist of his Works with a Tribute by Wallace Stegner on the occasion of an Exhibition in The Albert M. Bender Room [of] The Stanford University Libraries. October 1 through November 26, 1960.; limited edition of 2000 copies

Stegner, Wallace. A Shooting Star. Heinemann, London (1961).

Stegner, Wallace. A Shooting Star. The Viking Press, New York (1961). Advance edition of 750 copies (stated on copyright page); trade edition hardcover

Stegner, Wallace. Wolf Willow. The Viking Press, New York (1962). A History, a Story, and a Memory of the Last Plains Frontier.

Stegner, Wallace. The Gathering of Zion. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York (1964). The Story of the Mormon Trail

Stegner, Wallace. The American Novel. Basic Books, New York (1965). Edited by Stegner, preface for Willa Cather by Stegner

Stegner, Wallace. All the Little Live Things. Viking Press, New York (1967).

Stegner, Wallace. Sound of Mountain Water. Doubleday & Company Inc., Garden City, NY (1969). The Changing American West'; 1st printing without credits on copyright page, 2nd printing after call back with new copyright page

Stegner, Wallace. Angle of Repose. Doubleday & Co., Garden CIty, New York (1971). First edition stated on copyright page

Stegner, Wallace. Angle of Repose. Heinemann, London (1971).

Stegner, Wallace. Discovery!. Middle East Export Press Inc., Beirut (1971). The Search for Arabian Oil'; privately printed for Aramco

Adams, Ansel. Ansel Adams. New York Graphic Society, Boston (1974). Foreword by Wallace Stegner; 'Images 1923-1974.'

Stegner, Wallace. The Uneasy Chair. Doubleday, Garden City, New York (1974). 'A Biography of Bernard De Voto'; Illustrated with photographs

De Voto, Bernard. The Letters of Bernard Devoto. Doubleday, Garden City, New York (1975). Edited by Wallace Stegner

Stegner, Wallace. The Spectator Bird. Doubleday and Co., Garden City, New York (1976).

Stegner, Wallace. The Big Rock Candy Mountain. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania (1978). Illustrated by Charles Reid; Franklin Mint Limited edition, signed by author

Stegner, Wallace. Recapitulation. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York (1979). trade edition

Stegner, Wallace. Recapitulation. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania (1979). Deluxe binding limited edition

Stegner, Wallace. American Places. Dutton, New York (1981). Text by Wallace and Page Stegner; Photos by Eliot Porter; John MacRae

Stegner, Wallace. Beyond the Hundredth Meridian. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln (1982). 'Introduction by Bernard De Voto; John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West; Limited editino of 250 numbered copies, signed by author; pull-out panorama map of Grand Canyon

Stegner, Wallace. One Way to Spell Man. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York (1982). Essays with a Western Bias

Stegner, Wallace. Conversations. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City (1983). With Richard W. Etulain; Foreword by Norman Cousins; Photos by Leo Holub; afterword by Etulain; with Wallace Stegner on Western History and Literature.; limited edition of 2000 copies

Stegner, Wallace. Memo to the Mountain Lion. Harold Berliner, Nevada City (1984). Colour illustrations by Wolfgang Lederer; Limited edition of 750

Stegner, Wallace. The Sense of Place. Silver Buckle Press, Madison (1986). Illustrated by Katherine Kuehn; Limited edition of 200 numbered copies

Stegner, Wallace. Crossing to Safety. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania (1987). Illustrations by William Low; Introduction by Stegner; Limited edition signed by author; privately printed for 'Signed First Edition Society'

Stegner, Wallace. Crossing to Safety. Random House, New york (1987).

Stegner, Wallace. The American West As Living Space. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor (1987). Limited edition of 300 copies

Adams, Ansel. Ansel Adams. Bulfinch Pr; Et Al (1988). Alinder, Mary Street & Andrea Gray Stillman & Ansel Adams & Wallace Stegner; Letters and Images, 1916-1984

Stegner, Wallace. On The Writing Of History. George Pfeiffer III (1989). Separate printing of Stegner's article in 'American West' published in 1965; limited edition of 100 signed copies, plus extra 10 copies

Stegner, Wallace. Two Rivers. Yolla Bolly Press, Covelo, CA (1989). Limited edition of 200 numbered copies; contains stories: The Blue-Winged Teal; Two Rivers; The Sweetness of the Twisted Apples; Impasse; The volunteer; City of the Living; The Traveler; edition of 1000 copies

Stegner, Wallace. Wilderness at the Edge. Utah Wilderness Coalition, Salt Lake City (1991). Foreword by Wayne Owens; Introduction by Wallace Stegner; A Citizen Proposal to Protect Utah's Canyons and Deserts; Limited edition of 500 numbered and signed copies; illustrated with photographs, illustrations, and maps

Stegner, Wallace. Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs. Random House Inc, New York (1992). Living and Writing in the West

Stegner, Wallace. Wilderness Letter. Red Butte Press University of Utah, Salt Lake City (1995). Foreword by Page Stegner; 5 etchings by V. Douglas Snow; Limited edition of 75 numbered copies, 25 copies with roman numerals

Stegner, Wallace. To a Young Writer. Red Butte Press, Salt Lake City (2009). Dedication by Wendell Berry; Foreword by Lynn Stegner; 3 engravings by Barry Moset; Limited edition of 125 numbered copies, 15 unnumbered copies