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Fri Mar 21 17:03:45 2014 UTClccn-n500204120.00Real conversations0.741.00Letter to S.S. McClure,122140022Robert_Barr_(writer)n 5002041255841Sharp, LukeSharp, Luke, 1850-1912バー, ロバートcontainsVIAFID/7482021Sharp, Luke, 1850-1912lccn-n81023065Crane, Stephen1871-1900lccn-n89645315O'Donnell, Bernardlccn-no2010074265Alwyn, Jonathan1940-lccn-n88100647Gray, Charles D.1928-2000lccn-nr96021942Acorn Media (Firm)lccn-no2001055829Rosenkrantz, Pallebaron1867-1941np-kelsey, gerardKelsey, Gerardlccn-no2005015512Bond, Julian1930-lccn-n50064803Orczy, Emmuska OrczyBaroness1865-1947lccn-no2010074267Duguid, Peter1923-2009Barr, Robert1850-1912FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaPrivate investigatorsEngland--LondonBarr, Robert,AuthorshipProse literature--TechniqueEnglish language--StyleCanadaCanadian literatureOcean travelMurder--InvestigationCriminal behaviorCriminalsCriminal investigationThorndyke, Doctor (Fictitious character)Manners and customsTravelMiddle EastSea stories, EnglishAmerican fictionDetective and mystery storiesDetective and mystery stories, EnglishHumorous stories, EnglishFrenchJames--V,--King of Scotland,SyriaCanadian fictionChurch of EnglandDoyle, Arthur Conan,Diseases--Causes and theories of causationWomen journalistsDouglas County History Research Center (Colo.)LibrariesJournalismStyle, LiteraryEnglish literatureAllen, Grant,Authors, EnglishKipling, Rudyard,United StatesAuthorsParker, Gilbert,American literaturePayn, James,Carr, J. Comyns--(Joseph Comyns),IllustratorsSergeant, Adeline,Boothby, Guy,Liberal Unionist Party (Great Britain)EditorsWarden, Florence,1850191218861892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151920192119221926192819451961196319641966196719701971197219731974197519771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198919931994199619971998199920002001200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136294170891C813.4PR4069.B38ocn312889713ocn827226400ocn467989835ocn46282959260437ocn002616851book19030.70Crane, StephenThe O'Ruddy : a romance41877ocn070582915book18930.79Barr, RobertIn the midst of alarmsFiction29229ocn000075198book18920.73Barr, RobertIn a steamer chair and other shipboard storiesFiction+-+949328193626723ocn000827946book19070.84Barr, RobertThe measure of the ruleCriticism, interpretation, etc24826ocn035701182book19060.66Barr, RobertThe triumphs of Eugène ValmontFiction+-+639783746532420832ocn004600334book18980.86Barr, RobertTekla; a romance of love and war17929ocn001027585book18980.79Barr, RobertJennie Baxter, journalistFiction1685ocn003515692book19770.88Barr, RobertSelected stories of Robert BarrFiction+-+K38891122516827ocn000908661book18960.81Barr, RobertThe mutable many. A novel16724ocn005142785book19000.76Barr, RobertThe unchanging East1642ocn604960412visu20100.15The rivals of Sherlock HolmesDramaCrime abounded in late Victorian and Edwardian times--from the streets of London to the country houses of nobility; from the royal apartments of Vienna to the hotel rooms of quiet Copenhagen. Sherlock Holmes took on many of the era's crooks, killers, blackmailers, and schemers, but so did the fictional sleuths of other celebrated writers of the time. (from container.)16126ocn000645518book19060.79Barr, RobertA rock in the Baltic+-+713847900514624ocn000820380book18940.79Barr, RobertThe face and the maskTwenty-four delightful short stories are collected in this volume. Mr. Barr is one of the most interesting and remarkable of American writers. ""A pure humorist, "" A. Conan Doyle calls him. He is happily described by The London Atheneaum as a writer who deals with real men and women+-+59675280663241405ocn000681619book19720.19Barr, RobertThe dark islandOn a lonely Hebridean island, a crofter finds a strange torpedo-like object. As the purpose of this projectile becomes clear, there unfolds a fast-moving story of espionage, lonely adventures and sudden death13426ocn043767347book18970.84Barr, RobertThe strong arm+-+099772806632412610ocn015554090book18950.93Barr, RobertA woman intervenes; or, The mistress of the mine12517ocn070582918book18960.76Barr, RobertRevenge!+-+222831806632411823ocn008141523book19100.79Barr, RobertThe sword maker+-+402772806632411718ocn001577340book19030.81Barr, RobertOver the border; a romance11616ocn001577258book19020.81Barr, RobertA prince of good fellowsFiction2326ocn000108566book19630.81O'Donnell, BernardAn analysis of prose style to determine authorship. The O'Ruddy22ocn053795316mix1.00Barr, RobertLetter to S.S. McClurePortraitsA clipped magazine photograph of Barr is attached to the letter22ocn221392437book19660.47MacKendrick, Louis KingThe life and work of Robert BarrCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn174964655mix1.00Kipling, RudyardRudyard Kipling papersPortraitsKipling letter collection contains five letters to S. S. McClure and one to Richard Watson Gilder concerning publishing matters and invitations. There are brief mentions of [Robert?] Barr, and Isaac Walton Taber whom Kipling suggests as an illustrator for "Captains Courageous."11ocn061691280mix1.00Barr, RobertRobert Barr letters and article galleyParodies, imitations, etcRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of four items, including: letter to Mr. Comton, 28 March 1893, enclosing a proof, with news of his imminent trip to Paris; letter to My dear Dunn, 22 March 1897, with praise for his journalism and the Morning Post; letter to Austen Brereton, 10 Jan. 1911, with great praise for James Nicol Dunn on the occasion of a complimentary farewell dinner; galley proof of A terrifying reappearance, with handwritten changes, undated, Barr's sketch of Owen Seaman, editor of Punch11ocn082440675visu1.00Barr, Robert, 1850-1912, author, editorPortraits11ocn063067829book0.10McNabb, JaniceRobert Barr : (16 September 1850-22 October 1912)11ocn299029251mix1.00A.P. Watt (Firm)Mostly testimonial letters from satisfied clients of A.P. Watt, praising his services. Many of the letters were published in promotional brochures. Two of these books, COLLECTION OF LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT BY VARIOUS WRITERS (London, 1893) & LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT (London, 1894), are included in the collection. There were other editions published in 1889, 1898, 1899, 1924, 1929, etc11ocn320902809art1894Barr, RobertReal conversationsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviews11ocn601775000bksKittle, C. FrederickC. Frederick Kittle collection of DoyleanaHistoryPortraitsPictorial worksSourcesRecords and correspondenceThis portion of the C. Frederick Kittle Collection of Doyleana, amassed by Dr. Kittle, includes mostly correspondence, twenty-five photographs, artwork and a few miscellaneous items relating to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his family11ocn320260429art1912Robert Barr and Conan DoyleCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsDescribes an interview between Arthur Conan Doyle and Robert Barr, with partial transcript of the interview11ocn320005412book20001.00Stuewe, Paul"Britishers at home and abroad" imperial and colonial identity in the work of Grant Allen, Robert Barr and Sir Gilbert Parker11ocn144558625art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamBarr, Robert01ocn122529143mixKipling, RudyardArchivesIllustrationsManuscriptsWritings include holographic and/or typescript manuscripts and published versions of Kipling's prose, speeches, verse and dramatic works as well as production records, notes, and miscellany01ocn122575599mixA.P. Watt & SonMostly testimonial letters from satisfied clients of A.P. Watt, praising his services. Many of the letters were published in promotional brochures. Two of these books, COLLECTION OF LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT BY VARIOUS WRITERS (London, 1893) & LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT (London, 1894), are included in the collection. There were other editions published in 1889, 1898, 1899, 1924, 1929, etc+-+K388911225+-+K388911225Fri Mar 21 15:10:37 EDT 2014batch29944