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Fri Mar 21 17:08:04 2014 UTClccn-n878368080.00Autograph letter signed from James R. Osgood, Boston, to J. Parker Norris0.201.00Osgood's pocket-guide to Europe23662443James_R._Osgoodn 878368082233857Osgood, J. R. (James Ripley), 1836-1892Osgood, James Ripley, 1836-1892lccn-n78087607Dickens, Charles1812-1870lccn-n2002028636Pearl, Matthewlccn-n79060192Michael, Paulnrtlccn-no96015813Random House Audio Publishinglccn-n80032116Weber, Carl Jefferson1894-1966viaf-185583622Berástegui, Manulccn-no93037769Alfaguara (Firm)lccn-n50008568Black, William1841-1898lccn-n79045501Sanborn, F. B.(Franklin Benjamin)1831-1917edtlccn-n80044959Hawthorne, Sophia Peabody1809-1871Osgood, James R.(James Ripley)1836-1892BiographyFictionJuvenile worksHistoryGuidebooksCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcSea storiesRecords and correspondenceAutographsOsgood, James R.--(James Ripley),Dickens, Charles,Publishers and publishingEngland--LondonManuscriptsTravelManners and customsMississippi RiverMississippi River ValleyHomesPilots and pilotageTwain, Mark,Authors, AmericanAuthors, American--Homes and hauntsIntellectual lifeEthnologySubmarines (Ships)Underwater explorationPrimitive societiesMassachusetts--BostonSocial historyUnfinished booksAdventure storiesRiver lifeVoyages and travelsConduct of lifeRiver boatsWit and humorChildren--Conduct of lifeSteamboatsCivilization, AncientHawthorne, Sophia Peabody,Science fiction, FrenchSea storiesVoyages, ImaginaryScience fictionHuman ecologyCivilizationNational characteristicsIndians of South AmericaIndians of North AmericaPacific IslandersUnited StatesEuropeFields, James Thomas,Dummies (Bookselling)Manuscripts--PricesAutographsLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Ocean1836189218381852186118651867186818691871187218731874187518761877187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189519121925195019591973198220092010201120123458163195BPS1314ocn001683986ocn007345775ocn769016282ocn02628498292ocn688398729com18950.92Osgood, James RA selection from the literary correspondence of the late James R. Osgood esq., publishers, of Boston81ocn001683986book18720.73Reid, MayneOdd people. Being a popular description of singular races of manHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDescribes the flora, fauna, and adventures three brothers encounter while searching for a white buffalo on the American prairie81ocn007345775book18750.28Verne, JulesTwenty thousand leagues under the seasJuvenile worksFictionSea storiesProfessor Aronnax sets out in search of a dangerous sea monster, only to learn that the monster is really Captain Nemo's powerful submarine51ocn007930507book18861.00William Evarts Benjamin (Firm)A catalogue of autograph letters, original manuscripts, and historical documents : being composed of James R. Osgood's collection ...Catalogs51ocn057347142book18821.00Osgood, James ROsgood's pocket-guide to EuropeGuidebooks22ocn083906238book18681.00Dickens, CharlesThe great international walking-match of February 29, 1868 : the origin of this highly exciting and important event cannot be better stated than in the articles of agreement subscribed by the parties22ocn648009585mix1.00Osgood, James RJames Ripley Osgood lettersAutographsIn a letter, [18]86 Mar 16, Osgood writes to "Parker" that J. W. H[arper?] is absent at Old Point Comfort. Mr. Seymour has sent in an advertisement. He thanks him for his congratulations on his 50th birthday, which he reciprocates. He will spend a week in Boston in April and will see Parker then. He has "taken my passage" in the "City of Rome" in April21ocn437261166com18830.27Twain, MarkLife on the MississippiJuvenile worksBiographyFictionTwain's apprenticeship as river pilot on Mississippi21ocn188051814book18811.00Osgood, James RThe Maritime Provinces: a handbook for travellers, a guide to the chief cities, coasts, and islands of the maritime provinces of Canada21ocn266032147book18930.94Sturges, JonathanThe first supper, and other episodes. The moonlighter of County Clare. The brother. Three forms. Kosnuishef21ocn007884704book18840.23Osgood, James RComplete pocket-guide to EuropeGuidebooks11ocn647809772mix18741.00Longfellow, Henry WadsworthLetter : to James R. OsgoodIn a letter, 1874 March 7, Longfellow writes to "My Dear Mr. Osgood," asking for several copies of his Household poems and saying he sees no "echo of the Echo" in any papers and hopes that Mr. Bonner will publish soon11ocn083897396book18840.10Osgood, James R[Boston], to Lafcadio HearnSuggesting he write to R.H. Stoddard about his poetical use of Hearn's stories11ocn647914888mix1.00James, HenryPapers of Henry JamesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPhotographsRecords and correspondencePersonal narratives AmericanTopics of interest include his relationship with Violet Hunt, the mistress of Ford Madox Ford; his friendship with sculptor Hendrick C. Anderson; the precarious mental health of his sister Alice; opinion of Daudet, and his admiration and criticism of the works of Mrs. Humphrey Ward and the outbreak of World War I11ocn647812960mix1.00Norton, Charles EliotPapers of Charles Eliot NortonCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyPortraitsCorrespondence concerns Norton's ancestry, his work as an editor and as professor at Harvard, his opinion of other writers and their work, Egyptian art, Italian literature and paintings and his translation of Italian literature, especially Dante. Mention is made of Bancroft, Goethe, Emerson, Carlyle, Dante, Howells, Tolstoy, Ruskin, the abolitionists, especially Charles Calistus Burleigh, and James Russell Lowell11ocn647984435mix18691.00Trowbridge, J. TLetter from John T. Trowbridge to OsgoodLetter from Trowbridge to Osgood, a publisher11ocn647977509mix1.00Longfellow, Henry WadsworthHenry Wadsworth Longfellow LettersHenry Wadsworth Longfellow to Carey & Co., Philadelphia with signed sketch of self 1843 September 26, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to Mr. Osgood 1874 February 2111ocn270880435book18710.10Howells, William DeanBoston, to [James R.] Osgood11ocn239016557book18811.00Twain, Markto James OsgoodHistoryPhotocopy of a letter to Clemens' publisher11ocn270612448book0.10Osgood, James Rto officials of Harper & BrosConcerning illustrations for "Harper's Magazine."231013ocn268547496book20090.15Pearl, MatthewThe last Dickens : a novelFictionDetective and mystery storiesSuspense fictionBoston, 1870. When news of Charles Dickens's untimely death reaches the office of his struggling American publisher, Fields & Osgood, partner James Osgood sends Daniel Sand to take possession of the unfinished novel. When Sand is killed, Osgood and Rebecca Sand journey to England determined to recover the manuscript and stop a murderous mastermind+-+01011555966789ocn244417378rcrd20090.13Pearl, MatthewThe last Dickens a novelFictionHistorical fictionBoston, 1870. When James Osgood receives word that literary master Charles Dickens has passed, he sends his clerk Daniel Sand to retrieve the author's final, yet unfinished novel with hopes that the book will resuscitate his failing publishing company, Fields & Osgood. However, when Sand turns up dead with the manuscript missing, Osgood, along with Sand's older sister Rebecca, travel to England to capture the killer and fetch Dickens' elusive novel+-+03799848251512ocn000217437book19590.76Weber, Carl JeffersonThe rise and fall of James Ripley Osgood, a biography853ocn463629275book20090.15Pearl, MatthewEl último DickensFictionSuspense fictionBoston, 1870. When news of Charles Dickens's untimely death reaches the office of his struggling American publisher, Fields & Osgood, partner James Osgood sends Daniel Sand to take possession of the unfinished novel. When Sand is killed, Osgood and Rebecca Sand journey to England determined to recover the manuscript and stop a murderous mastermind+-+9227566251372ocn000978348book19120.94Lowell, MariaLetter of Maria White (Mrs. James Russell) Lowell to Sophia (Mrs. Nathaniel Hawthorne; with remarks by F.B. Sanborn31ocn054189335book19730.81Cardwell, GuyMark Twain, James R. Osgood, and those "suppressed" passages21ocn171491349book18920.47Fifth Avenue Art Galleries (New York, N.Y.)Paintings in Oil and Water Colors22ocn071015543mix19821.00Harned, Thomas BiggsThomas Biggs Harned collection of the papers of Walt WhitmanRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, mss. of poetry and prose, notes and notebooks, proofs and offprints, printed material, and other papers received by Harned as one of Whitman's three literary executors. The collection contains material relating to many aspects of Whitman's career, especially the publication of and subsequent controversy surrounding "Leaves of Grass" and his commitment to the ideals embodied in the life and death of Abraham Lincoln. Correspondents of Whitman include Anne Gilchrist, Thomas Biggs Harned, William Sloane Kennedy, James R. Osgood, Thomas William Rolleston, James M. Scovel, Joseph M. Stoddart, and Benjamin H. Ticknor21ocn028409169mix1.00Norton, Charles EliotRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence concerning Norton's ancestry, his work as editor and as professor at Harvard, his opinions of other writers and their work, and his translation of Dante; together with typescripts with ms. corrections of prefaces to two works by James Russell Lowell. Correspondents include Bliss Carman, Luigi Palma di Cesnola, Louis R. Ehrich, Carl Wilhelm Ernst, Richard Watson Gilder, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, J.B. Greenough, Willis Hatfield Hazard, Robert Underwood Johnson, Hinckley Gilbert Thomas Mitchell, James Ripley Osgood, William Gibbs Peckham, Henry Phillips, F.B. Sanborn, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Francis Henry Underwood, and J.H. Ward21ocn647934391book1.00Parton, JamesPapers of James PartonHistoryParton discusses his writing, especially a project of articles on tours taken by U.S. Presidents Washington and Jackson, and an article on Jefferson for which Charles Scott Venable of the University of Virginia supplied documents; the Civil War including treatment of prisoners and citizenship for blacks; book purchases; and other publishing matters. There are also two letters from Ellen W.E. Parton regarding photographs of Parton, and a joint letter from Parton and "Fanny Fern" mentioning Parton's Andrew Jackson21ocn054272002book18681.00Dickens, CharlesThe great international walking-match of February 29, 1868 : the origin of this highly exciting and important event cannot be better stated than in the articles of agreement subscribed by the parties22ocn049637927mix1.00Stowe, Harriet BeecherLettersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence21ocn795927464book20110.10Pearl, MatthewZui hou de Digengsi / The last dickens / Matthew PearlFiction21ocn028415115mix1.00Cary, AlicePapers of Alice and Phoebe CaryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence discussing family, social and domestic life, health, writing, the work of other authors, travel (including a letter describing a trip by steamer and rail from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Waltham, Mass.), and the people at their weekly "at-homes", including P.T. Barnum, Horace Greeley, Thomas Allen Jenckes, Thomas Wallace Knox, and Whitelaw Reid; together with mss. of their poems Adelied, Alas, An Answer to the Last Verse of Friend Whittier's Poem 'The Singer, ' Comfort, Three Wrens, Uncertainty, and Winter's Song. Correspondents include Charles F. Deems, James Thomas Fields, Richard Watson Gilder, James Ripley Osgood, and Richard Henry Stoddard11ocn814405756book20120.10Pearl, MatthewTik'insŭ ŭi ch'oehuFiction11ocn428977448book1875Osgood, James RAutograph letter signed from James R. Osgood, Boston, to J. Parker NorrisHe sends by express today a package of prospectuses of "The Facsimilist."11ocn709966527bookFessenden, William PittWilliam Pitt Fessenden correspondenceCorrespondence of William Pitt Fesssenden, and his sons Francis Fessenden and James Deering Fessenden. The majority of letters are addressed to William Pitt Fessenden on financial and political matters, but a few are private; several letters are addressed to Francis Fessenden, including one from William Pitt Fessenden. A handful are addressed to James Fessenden. Four letters (J.C. Ropes to P.W. Chandler,1868; Joshua C. Stone to A.J.C. Sowdon, 1868; Charles Allen to A.J.C. Sowdon, 1868; and William Paine to J.A. Deblars, undated) are not addressed to any member of the Fessenden family, but mention William Pitt Fessenden or one of his sons11ocn489375069mix1.00Colles, William MorrisWilliam Morris Colles papersFiles dealing with publishers, the editing of manuscripts, serial rights, copyright, translation rights, financial accounts, and the like. Among the correspondents are A.P. Graves, Thomas Hardy, Frederick T. Jane, W.E. Norris, Alfred Ollivant, John Pendleton, William H. Rideing, Hall Caine, Prince Peter Kropotkin, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Douglas Sladden, and Mrs. Humphrey Ward11ocn299095786bookOsgood, James RLetters signed from James Ripley Osgood to various recipientsManuscriptsIncludes 3 autograph letters signed and 3 letters signed. In the letter to T.B. Pugh, Osgood quotes a letter from Henry Longfellow declining to do some writing for Daly11ocn122602710mix1.00Howells, William DeanWilliam Dean Howells CollectionCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence+-+0101155596Fri Mar 21 15:46:01 EDT 2014batch26295