Machen, Arthur. The Anatomy of Tobacco. George Redway, London (1884). or Smoking Methodised, Divided, and Considered After a New Fashion by Leolinus Siluriensis
Marguerite Queen of Navarre. THE HEPTAMERON. Dryden Press, London (1886). or Tales and Novels of Marguerite Queen of Navarre Now First Completely Done into English Prose and Verse from the Original French by Arthur Machen; Contains 72 novels or stories
Machen, Arthur. The Chronicle of Clemendy. Privately printed for the Society of Pantagruelists (1888). OR, THE HISTORY OF THE IX. JOYOUS JOURNEYS; 250 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. FANTASTIC TALES. Carbonnek, London (1890). or the Way to Attain a Book Full of Pantagruelism; Now for the First Time Done Into English by Arthur Machen; 500 copies printed; Illustrated by an engraved frontis and nine black and white plates.
Machen, Arthur. The Three Impostors. Roberts Brothers, Boston (1895). or, the Transmutations; Title page design by Aubrey Beardsley.
Machen, Arthur. The House Of Souls. E. Grant Richards, London (1906). 6-stories: A Fragment of Life; The White People; The Great God Pan; The Inmost Light; The Three Imposters; The Red Hand; Frontispiece by Sidney H. Sime
Machen, Arthur. The Hill of Dreams. E. Grant Richards, London (1907). inserted frontispiece with illustration by Sidney H. Sime; First edition, first issue without the 20 pp of ads; 150 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. Far Off Things. Martin Secker, London (1922). 100 copies printed.
Casanova, Giacomo. The Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova. The Casanova Society, London (1922). Translated into English by Arthur Machen; In Twelve Volumes; 1000 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. The Secret Glory. Martin Secker, London (1922). first issue has foredge and bottom page edges untrimmed
Machen, Arthur. Fantastic Tales. Privately Printed, Carbonnek (1923). or The Way to Attain - A Book Full of Pantagruelism now for the first time done into English; Rabelaisian tales supposedly by Beroalde de Verville; With a new 8-page Introduction by Machen specially written for this edition; 1050 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. The Caerleon Edition of the Works of Arthur Machen. Martin Secker, London (1923). 9 volumes complete; Limited to 500 sets in England and 500 sets in America; Halftone frontispiece portrait by Hoppe
Machen, Arthur. The Works of Arthur Machen. Martin Secker, London (1923). 9 Volume Set; 1000 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. Things Near And Far. Martin Secker, London (1923). 100 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. One Hundred Merrie and Delightsome Stories. Privately printed (1924). Illustrated with 16 full-page Etching-Engravings by Clara Tice; 1250 copies; 2 vols
Machen, Arthur. Precious Balms. Spurr and Swift, London (1924). 250 copies and 15 lettered copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. The London Adventure. Martin Secker, London (1924). or The Art of Wandering; 200 copies printed.
Symons, Arthur. The Memoirs Of Jacqyes Casanova De Seingalt. Aventuros (1925). Machen, Arthur (Translator); Twelve Volumes; Each book has a frontispiece woodcut illustration by Rockwell Kent;1000 copies printed.
Machen, Arthur. The Shining Pyramid. Martin Secker, London (1925). 250 copies printed.
Casanova di Seingalt, Jacques. THE MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA. Venetian Society, London (1928). AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY; 12-vol. set; translated by Arthur Machen to which has been added the chapters discovered by Arthur Symons a supplement and bibliography; three hundred and thirty sets in twelve volumed each printed With an Appreciation by Havelock Ellis; Total 660 copies.
Machen, Arthur. Bridles and Spurs. Rowfant Club, Cleveland (1951). 178 copies; Preface by Nathan Van Patten
Machen, Arthur. The Secret Glory. Tartarus Press, Horam (1991). Chapters Five and Six of the Secret Glory, by Arthur Machen; 250 copies printed.
Bannerman, Helen. The Story of Little Black Sambo. Reilly and Britton, Chicago (1908). and The Story of Topsy (from Uncle Tom's Cabin) (Children's Little Red Books, Volume 2)
Grabo,Carl H. Peter and The Princess. Reilly and Lee Co, Chicago (1920). Complete with nine full page coloured plates by John O'Neill each with captioned tissue guards
Thompson, Ruth. Grampa in Oz. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1924). Illustrated by John R. Neill
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. The Hungry Tiger of Oz. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1926). Founded on and continuing the famous Oz stories by L Frank Baum; John R Neill (illustrator)
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. The Gnome King of Oz. Reilly and Lee Company, Chicago (1927). John R. Neill (illustrator); L. Frank Baum
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. The Giant Horse of Oz. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1928). Continuing the Famous Oz Stories By L. Frank Baum; damaged 'r' in 'morning' on p. 116 line 1; Illustrated with 12 color plates by J. R.NEILL; Frontispiece misprint 'Oniberon' for 'Quiberon'
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. Jack Pumpinhead of Oz. Copp Clark, Toronto (1929). Frank L Baum, ill John R Neill
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. The Yellow Knight of Oz. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1930). Thompson, Ruth Plumly John R. Neill (Illustrator)
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. Wishing Horse of Oz. Reilly and Lee Co, Chicago (1935). Inspired By L. Frank Baum; Illustrated By John R. Neill
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. Handy Mandy in Oz. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1937). Thompson, Ruth Plumly John R. Neill (Illustrator)
Thompson, Ruth Plumly. Ozoplanning with the Wizard of OZ. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1939). founded on and Continuing the Famous Stories By L. Frank Baum; 1st printing with 16 page gatherings H-G XXXIII, illus. by JOHN R. NEILL .
Snow, Jack. Whos's Who in OZ. Reilly and Lee, Chicago (1954). in Collaboration with Wogglebug, H. M.; Illustrated by John R. Neill, Frank Kramer andDirk
Neill, John R. The Runaway in Oz. Books of Wonder, New York (1995). HAND-WATERCOLORED illustration by Eisner Award winning artist Eric Shanower; manuscript by Neill, illustrator of 35 of the original 40 Oz titles; 350 copies printed.