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Fri Mar 21 17:14:00 2014 UTClccn-no960189240.00Letter,0.751.00Francis Hopkinson Smith Collection,73444921William_Henry_Rideingno 960189244055765Rideing, W. hRideing, William H.Rideing, William H. 1853-1918lccn-n78095677Thackeray, William Makepeace1811-1863lccn-n85810974Kelley, J. D. Jerrold(James Douglas Jerrold)1847-1922lccn-n80086534Chadwick, French Ensor1844-1919lccn-no97051101Hunt, Ridgely1870-lccn-nb2011023219Seaton, A. E.(Albert Edward)1848-1930lccn-nr2003004590Gould, John H.lccn-n79018726Gladstone, W. E.(William Ewart)1809-1898lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n81038527D. Appleton and Companypbllccn-n86053783Bross, Robert S.approximately 1831-egrRideing, William H.(William Henry)1853-1918HistoryBiographyJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksRecords and correspondenceTravelEngland--LondonThackeray, William Makepeace,Literary landmarksUnited StatesSouthwest, NewExpress serviceJournalistsHomesSteam-navigationIntellectual lifeLiteratureNovelists, English--Homes and hauntsSteamboat linesSteamboatsAuthors, AmericanBoysPueblo IndiansEnglandWashington, George,Gladstone, W. E.--(William Ewart),Great BritainAuthorsCountry lifeConduct of lifeRattlesnakesHuntingAdventure storiesFriendshipChildren--Conduct of lifeOverland journeys to the PacificCoaching (Transportation)United States, WestAlpsColoradoEngland--Cornwall (County)Rideing, William H.--(William Henry),WagonsCopeland and DayRogers, Inkerman,Browne, Maurice,Whitney, F. I.--(Frank I.)Stedman, Edmund Clarence,Reed, EthelMcClure, R. M.--(Robert M.),Burton, Richard,Chamberlin, Joseph Edgar,Thomson, Edward William,Carpenter, Lucile RussellFarrar, F. W.--(Frederic William),18531918187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888189018911892189418951896189718981900190119021904190619071908190919101912191419161919192319251932197019751979198119851996201020131604133237920DA625ocn006102960ocn003229099ocn030415515ocn312949534ocn12405158220013ocn001614723book18850.79Rideing, William H... Thackeray's London: his haunts and the scenes of his novels+-+695700906632416320ocn005239243book18790.81Rideing, William HA-saddle in the wild West : a glimpse of travel among the mountains, lava beds, sand deserts, adobe towns, Indian reservations, and ancient pueblos of southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona+-+58779826753241126ocn003688125book18910.81Ocean steamships; a popular account of their construction, development, management and appliancesHistory+-+05115532663241042ocn000302309book19700.56Rideing, William HThe overland express; being a correct true account of earliest beginnings in New England, battlefront service during the Civil War & perilous adventures in the far west, 1837-1875History926ocn002381216book18960.95Rideing, William HThe captured Cunarder an episode of the Atlantic+-+4939199066324753ocn000518398book18950.84Rideing, William HIn the land of Lorna Doone, and other pleasurable excursions in England725ocn002689546book18850.96Rideing, William HA little upstart a novel625ocn000535315book18960.73Rideing, William HAt Hawarden with Mr. Gladstone, and other transatlantic experiences+-+85407226753246010ocn005657417book19160.70Rideing, William HGeorge WashingtonBiography568ocn025329065book19040.93Rideing, William HHow Tyson came home a story of England and America513ocn000391845book18870.86Rideing, William HThe boyhood of living authorsBiography517ocn006102960book18800.93Thackeray, William MakepeaceStray moments with Thackeray: his humor, satire, and characters. Being selections from his writings, prefaced with a few biographical notes473ocn005103670book18820.07Rideing, William HBoys in the mountains and on the plains, or, The western adventures of Tom Smart, Bob Edge, and Peter SmallJuvenile worksFictionThe author, a member of the Geographical Surveys under Lt. Wheeler, U.S.Army Engineers, presents a series of adventures based on first hand knowledge of the West, Colorado, the Rocky Mountains, Indians, buffalo, and the period of the middle 1850s, with scores of illustrations by Thomas Moran and other artists of the period, and including a rewrite of John Wesley Powell's report on his transit of the Grand Canyon432ocn013690225book19700.53Rideing, William HThe Overland expressHistory394ocn001888535book18970.25Rideing, William HThe boyhood of famous authorsBiography192ocn054251713book18780.70Rideing, William HScenery of the Pacific railways, and Colorado : With map, and seventy-one illustrations by J.D. WoodwardPictorial works184ocn005657372book18800.79Rideing, William HThe Alpenstock: a book about the Alps and Alpine adventure173ocn005827760book18840.70Rideing, William HYoung folks' history of LondonHistory161ocn012948063book19850.21Exploring Cornwall 100 years ago124ocn271167821com19120.76Rideing, William HMany celebrities and a few others; a bundle of reminiscencesBiographyRecords and correspondence1233ocn003440945book19120.76Rideing, William HMany celebrities and a few others; a bundle of reminiscencesBiographyRecords and correspondence11ocn173137307book1.00Kipling, Rudyard[Carpenter Kipling Collection miscellaneous letters]Records and correspondenceRudyard Kipling correspondence includes letters to W.L. Alden, George F. Bearns, Otto Beit, J.B. Booth, Maurice Browne, Charles A. Burkhardt , Philip Burne-Jones, William M. Carpenter, Frederick W. Childs, Mr. [Maurice?] Collis, William Caius Crutchley, Dean Frederic William Farrar, Mr. F.H. Fisher, Richard Watson Gilder, Rev. John M.J. Gillespie, Edmund Gosse, Robert Gordon Hardie, William Joshua Harding, Mr. Harmsworth, Mrs. S.A. (Edmonia Taylor) Hill, Miss A.M.M. Hughes, Gloria John Hunt, Robert Underwood Johnson, Miss Le Strange, Robert M. McClure, H.B. Marriott-Watson, Mrs. Maunsell, Christie Murray, Douglas-Murray, Miss Perry, Mrs. John Tavenor Perry, Edith Nesbit, William Henry Rideing, Mrs. Humphrey Ward and Frank I. Whitney. Also includes four letters addressed "Dear Sir" or "Dear Madam" or to otherwise unknown recipients. Includes one letter from Henry James to Mr. Walford from January 21, 1892 regarding the marriage of Rudyard Kipling and Caroline Balestier12ocn207128095bookCopeland and DayThere is an undated photographic postcard with the pencilled notation "F. H. Day examining debris after fire" (Box #2, miscellaneous papers folder)11ocn233982930bookRideing, William HAutograph letters signed from William Henry Rideing, Boston, to Augustin DalyManuscriptsRequest copies of Daly's editions of Merry wives of Windsor and Midsummer nIght's dream. (3) bears a note from Daly concerning the latter11ocn164315999art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamRideing, William Henry11ocn728651332bookMahan, A. TLetterAutographed letter signed, 29 March, no year given, New York City to W.H. Rideing, Esq. informing him that he has not yet written the article on David G. Farragut but will do so. Wonders if he will consider it given the delay11ocn849528247mix1.00Smith, Francis HopkinsonFrancis Hopkinson Smith CollectionRecords and correspondence25 outgoing letters, 4 incoming letters from William Henry Rideing; single typescript pages, with revisions, from 3 of Smith's novels; and miscellany, including clipped signatures, an inscribed reproduction of a photographic portrait of F. Hopkinson Smith, and printed ephemera, including booksellers' catalogs and an advertisement01ocn122570567mixSmith, Francis HopkinsonRecords and correspondence25 outgoing letters, 4 incoming letters from William Henry Rideing; single typescript pages, with revisions, from 3 of Smith's novels; and miscellany, including clipped signatures, an inscribed reproduction of a photographic portrait of F. Hopkinson Smith, and printed ephemera, including booksellers' catalogs and an advertisement01ocn122308903mixHouse of Books, LtdCorrespondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, business records, book catalogs and other printed materials of Louis and Marguerite Cohn and their customers, associates and friends. Correspondents include Stephen Vincent Benʹet, Robert Frost, T.S. Eliot, and Marianne Moore, all among the authors represented in the Crown Octavos series published by the House of Books; there are also manuscripts, proofs and correspondence with printers for this series. Other correspondents include Cyril Connolly, W. Somerset Maugham and Tom Stoppard. Also in the collection are letters and manuscripts from the stock of the shop; notable among these are a series of Graham Greene letters and pages from an autograph book which contains entries from many turn of the century American Literary figures. The collection also include the personal memorabilia of the Cohn and Arnold families. Louis Cohn's participation in World War I as an officer in the French Army is recorded in photographs, documents and memorabilia. Marguerite's childhood collections, among them many early greeting cards, are also included+-+0511553266324+-+0511553266324Fri Mar 21 16:11:40 EDT 2014batch20451