1863. [WHITNEY, Adeline Dutton Train] BOYS AT CHEQUASSET; or, "A Little Leaven." By the Author of "Faith Gartney's Girlhood." Boston: Loring, (1863). Second edition. Small 8vo, 258 pp.; pink cloth. Christmas 1863 inscription. Some foxing, cloth faded, worn at extremes. About very good.
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1907. LP. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. NEW CHRONICLES OF REBECCA. Illustrated. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1907). Early reprint. The spine is faded but the decorated cover remains sharp, making this a near fine copy in a dust jacket sunned at the spine and faded with small chips and edge tears.
1903. LP. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1903). Early reprint. The spine is slightly faded, else a near fine copy in bright, decorated boards, in a dust jacket with small chips and tears to the edges.
1925. WILLENBORG, Lee. OLD RUDDY AND OTHER FOREST PEOPLE. Pictures by J. Clinton Shepherd. Chicago, NY: Rand McNally & co., (1925). First edition. 8vo., brick cloth with color pictorial, pictorial endpapers & illustrations. Ink ownership stamp to fly-leaf. Just a few pressure marks to a lightly bowed top board; a....
1907. WILLIAMS, George Alfred. WILLIAMS, Clara Andrews. THE STORIES THAT GLUE TOLD. Illustrated by George Alfred Williams. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1907. [16 pp. + cutouts] Oblong folio, half cloth (blue) with color illustrated paper covered boards. Good, dampstaining to edges of boards, including about 1 inch into...
1912. WILSON, Clara Powers. WILSON, Clara Powers, illustrator. RED RIDING HOOD. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Co., 1912. unpaginated. Small 4to., stapled limp linen throughout, five pages in color, the rest printed in brown. Light soil and edgewear to covers. Charming illustrations. Very good.
1880. FAE. YONGE, Charlotte. YOUNG FOLKS HISTORY OF FRANCE. Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, (1880). First American edition. The binding is askew and the endpapers are soiled. The boards are moderately worn along the edges, making this a very good copy.
1924. YOUNG, Lillian E. PUSSY-WILLOW'S NAUGHTY KITTENS. New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls (1924). 54 pp. 4to., orange cloth stamped in black with color pastedown on front cover. This copy includes the rather large aluminium sheet that contains the prohibition from cutting the folded leaves, in addition to a....