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211 Items - 105 Books, 1 Chapter, 43 Articles, 43 Poems

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    At the Sign of the Sphinx (1896) by Carolyn Wells - READ
    1 Review
  2.  
    The Poster Girl (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, pp. 800-802 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, September 1897
  3.  
    The Latest Fad (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 958 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, October 1897
  4.  
    Romance Revives (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 309 - PDF
    The Bookman, December 1897
  5.  
    The Jingle Book (1899) by Carolyn Wells - READ
    1 Review
  6.  
    The Story of Betty (1899) by Carolyn Wells
    1 Review
  7.  
    A Ballade of Petition by Carolyn Wells, p. 423 - PDF
    The Bookman, January 1899
  8.  
    A Reader's Lament by Carolyn Wells, p. 22 - PDF
    The Bookman, March 1899
  9.  
    A Secret Woe (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 798 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, March 1899
  10.  
    The Celebrants (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 85 - PDF
    Scribners, July 1899
  11.  
    A Problem (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 247 - PDF
    The Bookman, November 1899
  12.  
    To Omar (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 641 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, February 1900
  13.  
    To Certain Conservatives by Carolyn Wells, p. 38 - PDF
    The Bookman, March 1900
  14.  
    Wild Animals I Have Known by Carolyn Wells, p. 125 - PDF
    The Smart Set, May 1900
  15.  
    The Original Summer Girl by Carolyn Wells, p. 118 - PDF
    The Smart Set, July 1900
  16.  
    A Ballade of Revolt (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, p. 640 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, August 1900
  17.  
    On the Stairs by Carolyn Wells, p. 87 - PDF
    The Smart Set, October 1900
  18.  
    Ghosts who Became Famous by Carolyn Wells, pp. 282-286 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, December 1900
  19.  
    Folly in Fairyland (1901) by Carolyn Wells
    1 Review
  20.  
    The Merry-Go-Round (1901) by Carolyn Wells - READ
  21.  
    Mother Goose's Menagerie (1901) by Carolyn Wells - READ
    1 Review
  22.  
    Patty Fairfield (1901) by Carolyn Wells
    1 Review
  23.  
    Botanical Specimens (Verse) by Carolyn Wells, pp. 480-482 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, January 1901
  24.  
    The Story of a Joke by Carolyn Wells, p. 798 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, March 1901
  25.  
    Improved Proverbs by Carolyn Wells, p. 960 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, April 1901
Total Items = 211  ALL FIRST PREVIOUS  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  NEXT LAST / By 25 By 50
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