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Fri Mar 21 17:06:13 2014 UTClccn-no20010898160.10Philadelphia, to Edward Wagenknecht,0.481.00The school for scandal16881278no20010898165622764np-laub, d kennethLaub, D. Kennethnp-dempsey, davidDempsey, Davidlccn-n50006411Opie, Iona Archibaldnp-ford, henryFord, Henrylccn-n50008701Targ, William1907-edtlccn-n50021480Altick, Richard D.(Richard Daniel)1915-2008lccn-n50060996Bond, W. H.(William Henry)1915-2005viaf-279788102Kiefer, Monicalccn-n50023295Starrett, Vincent1886-1974lccn-no99044520Field, E. M.Mrs1856-Currie, Barton1877-1962FictionPsychological fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBibliographyExperimental fictionBiographyHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceFranceItalyManners and customsTravelersBritishClergyLiteratureBook collectingChildren's literatureChildren's books--Collectors and collectingChildren--Books and readingEnglandEnglish fictionTravelSterne, Laurence,Conduct of lifeRare booksAuthors, EnglishDraper, Elizabeth,ChristmasCarolsEuropeMiddle classChristmas storiesBibliomaniaChildren's storiesClergy--TravelSermons, EnglishEpistolary fiction, EnglishEnglish literatureLettersEnglish dramaMiniature booksYoung womenMarriageCourtshipWealthDramatists, EnglishFathers and sonsYoung menCurrie, Barton,Authors, AmericanGill, Robert LeeLibrariesFore-edge paintingShort stories, AmericanAmerican fictionDoubleday, Doran & CompanyUnited StatesCurtis Publishing Company1877196219111912192719311957196310411316823.6AC4ocn5081166587211ocn000637525book19570.37Targ, WilliamBibliophile in the nursery : a bookman's treasury of collectors' lore on old and rare children's booksCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography2691ocn000483847book19310.70Currie, BartonFishers of books222ocn076954940book19270.88Rosenbach, A. S. WThe earliest Christmas booksBibliography171ocn002289942book19120.76Currie, Barton WoodOfficer 66622ocn612876187book0.32Richardson, SamuelThe history of Sir Charles GrandisonJuvenile worksFiction22ocn079241651book17771.00Sheridan, Richard BrinsleyThe school for scandal :ManuscriptsOriginal autograph manuscript sketch of "The School for Scandal" (18 leaves) interleaved with the text from the edition of Sheridan's works by his biographer, Thomas Moore (1821), with marginalia written in unknown hand. Bound together with another original manuscript sketch (108 leaves) interleaved with the text from an edition of Sheridan's work's by Thomas Moore (1864). Pages numbered 118a and 118a2 are from a contemporary prompt copy and are not in Sheridan's hand. Together with engravings of R.B. Sheridan (9), Mrs. Frances Sheridan (1), William Sheridan (1), Thomas Sheridan (1), and Miss Maria Linley (1)11ocn270863687book0.10Currie, BartonPhiladelphia, to Edward WagenknechtAbout his collection of Booth Tarkington and Dickens letters11ocn741768816book19110.47Currie, BartonA bearded legacy on the hoofFiction11ocn052997275book1.00Tarkington, BoothThe Princeton collection of Booth TarkingtonIncludes books, magazines, and ephemera of works by and about Booth Tarkington11ocn320300847book1.00Currie, BartonBarton Wood Currie collectionHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceConsists of selected letters of authors and publishers sent to Barton Currie and his wife Florence11ocn269989201book19630.10Currie, BartonEnglish and American books and manuscripts ... sold by order of Mrs. Currie, public auction ... May 7 and 8 ... Parke-Bernet galleries, inc11ocn508116658book17680.59Sterne, LaurenceA sentimental journey through France and ItalyHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyFictionSourcesRecords and correspondencePsychological fictionExperimental fictionBest known for his novel Tristram Shandy, author Laurence Sterne drew upon his experiences in the 1760s, when he travelled extensively through France and Italy, to create this fictional travelogue. --From publisher's description21ocn085859148book19630.92Parke-Bernet GalleriesOld and rare books, books about books, incunabula, STC and Wing period literature, bibliography, art reference, from the library of the late Barton W. Currie, Philadelphia sold by the order of Mrs. Currie, and from other owners including Javan Anthens, San Francisco, Robert Lee Gill, New York, Mrs. Owen A. MacGill, New YorkCatalogsFri Mar 21 15:40:42 EDT 2014batch9376