Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books and Original Prints

Cather, Willa Annotated Bibliography & Selected Collectible Books

Cather, Willa. April Twilights. (1903). Poems; A Collection Of 36 Poems

Cather, Willa. The Troll Garden. McClure, Phillips and Co. (1905). 1St Printing, With The Mcclure Phillips Imprint At Foot Of Spine And The Misprint On Page 21, Line 2 OfExculsive

Cather, Willa. The Life Of Mary Baker G. Eddy. Doubleday, Page and Company (1909). Georgine Milmine, Author; Willa Cather, Editor; Appendices. Photo Frontis. Illustrated; And The History Of Christain Science;The Following History Was First Published In Serial Form In Mcclures Magazine, 1907-1908. It Has Since Been Revised And New Material Has Been Added.

Cather, Willa. Alexanders Bridge. Houghton Mifflin (1912).

Cather, Willa. O Pioneers !. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1913). First Edition, State; The Period After TheO InCo At Spine Bottom Does Touch TheO. The True First Printing Of June, 1913, Numbered Only 2,000 Copies. All States Of That Printing Can Be Identified By The MisprintChince Bugs [Page 60] Which Was Therafter Corrected ToChinch Bugs.

Cather, Willa. My Autobiography. Frederick A. Stokes Co. (1914). S.S. Mcclure'S Autobiography, Ghostwritten By Willa Cather; First Edition, First Printing WithSeptember 1914 On Copyright Page (Versus The Second Printing, Which, Due To A Printers Error, Is DatedMay 1914); Second Issue Has Corrected P.239 Tipped In.

Cather, Willa. The Song of the Lark. Houghton Mifflin, Boston and New York (1915). First Issue; Boxed Ads On Copyright Page AndMoment ForMoments On P. 8.

Cather, Willa. My Antonia. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin (1918). The First Printing Comprised 3500 Copies, Of Which About 2500 Were Issued With The Plates In The First State, Printed On Coated Paper; W.T. Benda, Illustrator

Cather, Willa. Youth and the Bright Medusa.. Alfred A. Knopf (1920). 3,500 Copies

Cather, Willa. Youth and the Bright Medusa.. William Heinemann (1921). First English Edition; 780 Copies

Cather, Willa. One of Ours. Alfred A. Knopf (1922). 35 Signed, Numbered Copies On Imperial Japan Vellum; First Edition (Copyright Page StatesPublished September 1922). Also 345 Signed, Numbered Copies Printed On Perusia Handmade Italian Paper

Cather, Willa. A Lost Lady. Alfred A Knopf (1923). Limited Edition 200 Signed, Numbered Copies On Borzoi All Rag Paper

Cather, Willa. A Lost Lady.. Macmillan, Toronto (1923). First Canadian Edition; The Canadian Edition Was Made From The Us First Issue Sheets, HasOf Instead OfAf On Line 19 Of Page 174. 2,000 Us Edition Copies; And 200 (Or Fewer) Canadan Copies

Cather, Willa. April Twilights. Alfred A. Knopf (1923). Reissued Limited Edition; 450 Signed, Numbered Copies

Cather, Willa. The Professors House. Alfred Knopf (1925). Limited Signed Edition; 225 Copies

Cather, Willa. My Mortal Enemy. Alfred Knopf (1926). Limited Issue; 200 Signed, Numbered Copies

Cather, Willa. Death Comes for the Archbishop. Alfred Knopf (1927). First Printing; Includes The ErrorHappned On Line 16 Page 20.; Copyright Dates 1926 And 1927; Also 175 Signed/Numbered Copies On Borzoi All Rag Paper.

Cather, Willa. Samples. Boni and Liveright / Community Workers for the Jewish Blind (1927). Literary Anthology; Ryttenberg, Lillie and Beatrice Lang (Compilers); A Collection Of Short Stories By George Ade, Sherwood Anderson, Barry Benefield, Konrad Bercovici, Louis Bromfield, Dorothy Canfield, Willa Cather, Theodore Dreiser, Edna Ferber, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zona Gale, John Galsworthy, Sam Hellman, Ernest Hemingway, Fannie Hurst, Mary Roberts Rinehart, G. B. Stern, Thyra Samter Winslow, Elinor Wylie; First Printing; Includes First Book Publication Of The Dance By F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Cather, Willa. Death Comes for the Archbishop. Alfred Knopf (1929). 170 Signed, Numbered Copies; Illustrated By Harold Von Schmidt

Cather, Willa. Shadows on the Rock. Alfred Knopf (1931). Limited Edition Of 619 Signed, Numbered Copies; Printed On Croxley Handmade Paper. Also A Limited Edition Of 199 Copies, Signed, Numbered On Shidzuoka Jaman Vellum.

Cather, Willa. Obscure Destinies. Alfred Knopf (1932). 260 Signed, Numbered Copies On Japan Vellum.

Cather, Willa. Lucy Gayheart. Alfred Knopf (1935). Limited Edition; 749 Signed, Numbered Copies

Cather, Willa. Not Under Forty. Alfred Knopf (1936). Limited Edition; 333 Signed, Numbered Copies

Cather, Willa. Novels and Stories of Willa Cather. Houghton Mifflin Company (1937). 13 Volumes; Limited Signed Edition; 970 Copies

Cather, Willa. O Pioneers !. Houghton Mifflin (1937). Autograph Edition; Limited Numbered, Signed Edition; 970 Copies

Cather, Willa. The Novels and Stories of Willa Cather. Houghton Mifflin Company Boston (1937). This Is A Limited Signed Edition By The Author, 970 Copies Of This Edition Have Been Printed From Type At The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Of Which Nine Hundred And Fifty Signed And Numbered Copies Are For Sale.; 13 Volumes

Cather, Willa. Sapphira and the Slave Girl. Alfred Knopf (1940). First Printing StatedFirst Edition On The Copyright Page; Also Signed And Numbered Edition; 520 Copies

Cather, Willa. Father Juniperos Holy Family. Privately Printed (1955). Designed And Printed By Lawton Kennedy For Irving W. Robbins, Jr., San Francisco, Ca; Limited Edition For Private Distribution

Cather, Willa. Father Juniperos Holy Family. Carolyn Hammer / Anvil Press (1956). Limited Edition Of 200 Copies, Signed And Dated By The Printer Carolyn R. Hammer,

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