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No. 1 - 500 | No. 501 - 1000 | No. 1001 - 1500 | No. 1501 - 1915

LITTLE BLUE BOOKS
PUBLISHED BY E. HALDEMAN-JULIUS (1919-1951)

and by

HENRY J. HALDEMAN (1951-1976)

Numbers 1 - 500


1a. The Ballad of Reading Jail, by Oscar Wilde. First Edition. [Cover title.] People's Pocket Series. [1919] [Not seen.]
1b. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Second Edition. [Cover title.] People's Pocket Series. [1919]
1c. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Third Edition. [Cover title.] TheAppeal's Pocket Series. 16 pp. [1919]
1d. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Fourth Edition. [Cover title.] People's Pocket Series. [1919]
1e. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Fifth Edition. [Cover title.] People's Pocket Series. [1920]
1f. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. [6th ed.] People's Pocket Series.18, [14] pp. [1921]
1g. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. [7th ed.] Appeal Pocket Series. 64pp. [1921] Later printings in Ten Cent Pocket Series wrappers [1921].
1h. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam [with Omar Khayyam: The Astronomer Poet of Persia, by Edward Fitzgerald, and A Persian Pearl, by Clarence Darrow] [8th ed.] Ten Cent Pocket Series. [1922.] Later printings in Five Cent Pocket Series and Little Blue Book wrappers [1923-1956], the latter including a cover subtitle: "With a Critical Essay by Clarence Darrow."

2a. Rubiayat [sic] of Omar Khayyam. First Edition. [Cover title.] [1919.] [Not seen.]
2b. The Ballad of Reading Jail, by Oscar Wilde and The Man with the Hoe, by Edwin Markham. Second Edition. [Cover title.]
2c. The Ballad of Reading Goal, by Oscar Wilde, and The Man with the Hoe, by Edwin Markham. Third Edition. [Cover title.] Appeal's Pocket Series. 31 pp.
2d. The Ballad of Reading Gaol, by Oscar Wilde, and The Man with the Hoe, by Edward Markham. Fourth Edition. The Appeal's Pocket Series. 48 pp.
2e. The Ballad of Reading Gaol, by Oscar Wilde. [5th ed.] People's Pocket Series. 59, [5] pp.
2f. The Ballad of Reading Gaol, by Oscar Wilde. [1921.]
2g. The Ballad of Reading Gaol and Other Poems, by Oscar Wilde. [1923.]

3a. The Original Documents of the German Revolution. [1919.]
3b. Private Notes of William Kaiser [and] How To Mend by Treaty, by John Maynard Keynes. [1920.]
3c. Eighteen Little Essays, by Voltaire. [1921.]
3d. Fourteen Little Essays, by Voltaire. [1925.]

4a. Soviet Constitution. [1919.]
4b. The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine, Condensed by H. M. Tichenor. [1920.]
4c. The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine.

5a. Russia: A Challenge [by Upton Sinclair]. [1919.]
5b. The Soviet Land Law. [1919.]
5c. Socialism vs. Anarchism, by Daniel de Leon. [1920.]
5d. Life of Samuel Johnson, by Macaulay. [1922.]

6a. The Piece of String [by Guy de Maupassant]. [1919.]
6b. DeMaupassant's Stories. [1920.]
6c. DeMaupassant's Short Stories. [1920.]
6d. Love and Other Stories, by Guy de Maupassant.

7a. This Misery of Boots [by H. G. Wells]. [1919.]
7b. The High Cost of Living, by Upton Sinclair [and] This Misery of Boots, by H. G. Wells. [1919.]
7c. A Liberal Education, by Thomas Huxley. [1921.]

8a. A Trip to Plutopia [by E. Haldeman-Julius]. [1919.]
8b. Lady Windermere's Fan, by Oscar Wilde. [87 pp. + 6 pp. ads] [1921.]
8c. Lady Windermere's Fan, by Oscar Wilde. [88 pp. + 8 pp. ads]

9a. The Cottar's Saturday Night [by Robert Burns]. [1919.]
9b. Three Great Poems. [1919.]
9c. Great Proletarian Poems. [1920.]
9d. Great English Poems. [1921.]
9e. Great English Poems, Edited with an Introduction by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

10a. Elegy in a Country Churchyard [by Thomas Gray]. [1919.]
10b. Crime and Criminals, by Clarence Darrow [and] Bolton Hall's The Crime of Charity. [1919.] [Not seen.]
10c. Shelley: An Essay, by Francis Thompson. [1921.]

11a. The Deserted Village [by Oliver Goldsmith]. [1919.]
11b. Debate on Religion Between John Haynes Holmes and Orland O. Norris. [1919.]
11c. A Guide to Nietzsche, by Emily S. Hamblen.
11d. How To Understand the Philosophy of Nietzsche, by Emily S. Hamblen.

12a. The Fall of the House of Usher [by Edgar Allan Poe]. [1919.]
12b. Tales of Mystery, by Edgar Allan Poe. [1920.]

13a. Blasphemy [Robert G. Ingersoll]. [1919.]
13b. Is Free Will a Fact or a Fallacy? by Alanson Sessions and Linn A. E. Gale. [1920.]
13c. Man and His Ancestors [by] Carroll Lane Fenton. [1923.]

14a. Marriage Under Capitalism, by Robert Blatchford. [1919.]
14b. What Every Girl Should Know, by Margaret H. Sanger. [1919.] [94 pp.]
14c. What Every Girl Should Know [by] Margaret H. Sanger. [95 pp.]
14d. What Every Girl Should Know, by Margaret H. Sanger. [64 pp.]

15a. The Passion in the Desert, by Honore De Balzac. [1919.]
15b. Balzac's Short Stories. [1920.]
15c. The Atheist's Mass and an Accursed House, by Honore de Balzac. [1923.]

16a. The Jimmie Higginses, by Ben Hanford; The Story of Spartacus - The Revolt of the Gracchi - Wendell Phillips, Socialist, by E. Haldeman-Julius. [Cover and caption title.] [1919.]
16b. The Religion of Capital, by Paul La Fargue. [1920.]
16c. Ghosts, by Henrik Ibsen. [1922.]

17a. The Emballoted Farmers, by John W. Gunn. [1919.]
17b. The Emballoted Farmers, by John W. Gunn. 2nd ed. [1920.]
17c. On Walking, by Henry David Thoreau. [1921.]
17c. The Joys of Walking, by Henry David Thoreau.

18. The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, by Jerome K. Jerome. [1919.]

19a. Nietzsche: Who He Was and What He Stood For, by M. A. Mugge.[1919.]
19b. Nietzsche: Who He Was and What He Stood For [by] Will Durant. [1925.]
19c. The Story of Friedrich Nietzsche's Philosophy, by Will Durant.

20a. Let's Laugh, by Petroleum V. Nasby. [1919.]
20b. Let's Laugh, by Petroleum V. Nasby. 2nd ed. [1920.]
20c. Let's Laugh [by] Petroleum V. Nasby, edited, with introduction and notes, by Lloyd E. Smith. [1925], c1924.

21a. Carmen, by Prosper Merimee. [1919.]
21b. Carmen, by Prosper Merimee. 2nd ed.
21c. Carmen [by] Prosper Merimee.

22a. The Money Question, by C. B. Hoffman; Title Deeds to Land, by Herbert Spencer; Unity and Victory, by Eugene V. Debs. [1919.]
22b. The Money Question, by C. B. Hoffman; Title Deeds to Land, by Herbert Spencer; Unity and Victory, by Eugene V. Debs. 2nd ed. [1920.]
22c. Tolstoy: His Life and Writings, by Edward Garnett. [1922.]

23a. An Appeal to the Young, by Prince Kropotkin. [1919.] [Designated Second Edition (1920) is second printing.]
23b. Great Stories of the Sea. [1922.]

24a. Story of a Chicken Yard, by D.K. Young. [1919.] [DesignatedSecond Edition (1920) is second printing.]
24b. The Kiss and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov. 52, [5] pp. [1921.]
24c. The Kiss and Other Stories [by] Anton Chekhov. 64 pp. [1925], c1924.

25a. People's Rhyming Dictionary. [1919.]
25b. Rhyming Dictionary.

26a. On Going to Church, by George Bernard Shaw. [1919.]
26b. On Going to Church [by] George Bernard Shaw. 32 pp.

27a. Last Days of a Condemned Man, by Victor Hugo. [1919.]
27b. The Last Days of a Condemned Man [by] Victor Hugo.

28a. Toleration, by Voltaire. 93, [3] pp. [1919.]

29. Dreams, by Olive Schreiner. [1919.]

30a. The Dream of Debs, by Jack London; What Life Means to Me, by Jack London. [1919.]
30b. What Life Means to Me, by Jack London [with Jack London and Maxim Gorky: A Comparative Study, by Annebelle Kennedy.]

31. Pelleas and Melisande, by Maurice Maeterlinck. [1919.]

32a. Poe's Poems. [1919.]
32b. Poe's Poems, edited, with an introduction, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

33a. Brann, a Smasher of Shams: Leaves from the Life and Punches from the Pen of a Fearless "Iconoclast," by John W. Gunn. [16 pp.] [1919.]
33b. Brann, a Smasher of Shams: Leaves from the Life and Punches from the Pen of a Fearless "Iconoclast," by John W. Gunn. [64 pp.]
33c. Brann, Smasher of Shams [by] John W. Gunn.

34a. The Case for Birth Control, by Mary Ware Dennett; The Secret of Love, by Henry Ford. [1919.]
34b. The Case for Birth Control, with Answers to Questions, by Mary Ware Dennett.
34c. The Mystery of the Iron Mask, by Theodore M. R. von Keler.

35a. Maxims of La Rochefoucauld. [1919.]
35b. Maxims [by] Francois Duc de la Rochefoucauld.
35c. Facing the Plain Facts of Life (Maxims), by Francois Duc la Rochefoucauld.

36a. The Soul of Man under Socialism, by Oscar Wilde. [64 pp.] [1919.]
36b. The Soul of Man under Socialism, [by] Oscar Wilde. [60 pp.]

37. The Dream of John Ball, by William Morris. [1919.]

38. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. [1919.]

39a. Did Jesus Ever Live? by John Haynes Holmes [and Jesus: An Unhistorical Character, by George W. Bowne]. [1919.]
39b. A Guide to Aristotle [by] Will Durant. TCPS. [1923]. Later printings issued in LBB wrappers.
39c. The Story of Aristotle's Philosophy, by Will Durant.

40. The House and the Brain [by] E. Bulwer-Lytton. [1919.]

41. A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. [1919.]

42a. From Monkey to Man, by C. Schwalbe. [1919.]
42b. The Origin of the Human Race, by G. Schwalbe.

43. Marriage and Divorce [by] Horace Greeley and Robert Dale Owen. [1919.]

44a. Aesop's Fables. [1919.]
44b. Famous Fables of Aesop.

45a. Tolstoi's Short Stories. PPS. [1920.] Later printings in A, TCPS, P, and LBB wrappers.
45b. Short Stories by Tolstoi.

46a. Salome, by Oscar Wilde; Prose Poems, by Oscar Wilde. [1919.]
46b. Salome, by Oscar Wilde.

47a. Press-titution: Selections from "The Brass Check," by Upton Sinclair. [1920.]
47b. He Renounced the Faith, by Jack London. [1920.]
47c. Animals of Ancient Seas, by Carroll Lane Fenton.

48a. Bacon's Essays. [1919.]
48b. Truth, and Seventeen Other Essays, by Francis Bacon.

49a. The Dagger of Darkness: Three Lectures on Evolution, by Ernst Haeckel. [1920.]
49b. Three Lectures on Evolution, by Ernst Haeckel.
49c. Controversy on the Creation of Man (Lectures on Evolution), by Ernst Haeckel.

50. Common Sense, by Thomas Paine. [1920.]

51a. Adult Education in Russia, by Mme. Nikolai Lenine; Cultural Work in Russia; Hungary under Bela Kun, by Alice Riggs Hunt; Hungary's White Terror, by H. N. Brailsford. [1920.]
51b. Giordano Bruno: The Story of His Life and Martyrdom, 1548-1600, by Coulson Turnbull. [1920.]

52. Oration on Voltaire, by Victor Hugo. [1920.]

53. Insects and Men: Instincts and Reason, by Clarence Darrow. [1920.]

54. The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. [1920.]

55a. Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. [1920.]
55b. Herbert Spencer: His Life and Works, by William H. Hudson.

56a. Wisdom of Ingersoll. [1920.]
56b. The Wisdom of Ingersoll.
56c. A Dictionary of American Slang, by Clement Wood and Gloria Goddard.

57a. Rip Van Winkle and Other Tales, by Washington Irving. [1920.]
57b. Rip Van Winkle and Legend of Sleepy Hollow (The Headless Horseman), by Washington Irving.

58a. Bocaccio's Stories. [1920.]
58b. Tales from the Decameron, by Boccaccio.

59. Epigrams of Wit, Wisdom and Wickedness. [1920.]

60a. Emerson's Essays. [1920.]
60b. Essays on Compensation and Friendship, by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

61a. Tolstoi's Essays. [1920.]
61b. What Is Religion? by Leo Tolstoy.

62a. Schopenhauer's Essays. [1920.]
62b. Essays on Religion and Pantheism, by Arthur Schopenhauer.

63a. Question and Answers. [1920.]
63b. A Defense of Poetry, by Shelley.

64a. The Socialist Appeal: Quotations from Authoritative Sources. [1920.]
64b. Rudolf Eucken: His Life and Philosophy, by W. Tudor Jones.

65a. Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. [1920.]
65b. Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

66a. Kate O'Hare's Prison Letters. [1919.]
66b. Crimes of the Borgias, by Alexandr Dumas, edited by H. M. Tichenor.

67a. Through Terror to Triumph. [1920.]
67b. Church History, by H. M. Tichenor.
67c. A History of the Mediaeval Christian Church, by Vance Randolph.

68. Shakespear's Sonnets. [1920.]

69a. The Life of Debs, by Louis Kopelin. [1920.]
69b. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, by Alexander Dumas.
69c. Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, by Alexander Dumas.

70a. Charles Lamb's Essays, by Charles Lamb. [1920.]
70b. Roast Pig, and Other Essays, by Charles Lamb.

71a. Poems of Evolution. [1920.]
71b. Poems of Evolution [by] Langdon Smith and others.

72. The Color of Life, by E. Haldeman-Julius. [1920.]

73a. Walt Whitman's Poems. [1920.]
73b. Poems of Walt Whitman, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
73c. Best poems of Walt Whitman, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

74a. On the Threshold of Sex, by F. J. Gould. [1920.]
74b. Physiology of Sex Life, by Joseph H. Greer.

75. On the Choice of Books, by Thomas Carlyle. [1920.]

76. The Prince of Peace, by William J. Bryan. [1920.]

77a. The Socialism of Jesus [by Rufus W. Weeks]. [1920.]
77b. What Great Men Have Said about Women.

78a. How to Be an Orator, by John P. Altgeld. [1920.]
78b. Hints on Public Speaking, by John P. Altgeld.

79. Enoch Arden, by Lord Tennyson. [1920.]

80a. Pillars of Society, Henrik Ibsen. (142 pp. + ads) [1920.]
80b. Pillars of Society, by Henrik Ibsen. (128 pp.)

81. The Care of the Baby, by Clifford G. Grulee. [1920.]

82a. Common Faults in Writing English, by Henry Alexander. [1920.]
82b. Common Faults in Writing English, by Lloyd E. Smith.

83a. Marriage: Its Past, Present and Future, by Mrs. Annie Besant. [1920.]
83b. The Evolution of Marriage, by Leo Markun.

84. Love Letters of a Portuguese Nun. [1920.]

85. The Attack on the Mill, by Emile Zola. [1920.]

86a. On Reading, by George Brandes. [1920.]
86b. On Reading, an Essay, by George Brandes.

87. Love: An Essay, by Montaigne. [1920.]

88. Vindication of Thomas Paine, by Robert B. Ingersoll. [1920.]

89a. Love Letters of People of Genius. [1920.]
89b. Love Letters of Men and Women of Genius.

90a. The Public Defender. [1920.]
90b. Two Debates: The Public Defender; Vegetarianism.
90c. The Mikado, by W. S. Gilbert.

91a. Manhood: The Facts of Life Presented to Men, by Clarence Thompson. [1920.]
91b. Manhood: The Facts of Life Presented to Men, by Clement Wood.

92a. Hypnotism Made Plain, by A. M. Hutchinson. [1920.]
92b. Hypnotism Made Plain, by Maynard Shipley.

93a. How to Live 100 Years, by Lewis Cornaro. [83 pp.] [1920.]
93b. How to Live One Hundred Years, by Lewis Cornaro. [59 pp.]

94a. Trial and Death of Socrates. [1920.]
94b. Trial and Death of Socrates, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

95a. Confessions of an Opium Eater, by Thomas De Quincey. [1920.]
95b. Confessions of an Opium Eater, by Thomas De Quincey, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

96a. Dialogues of Plato. [1920.]
96b. Dialogues of Plato, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

97a. Dictatorship of the Proletariat, by Karl Kautsky. [1920.]
97b. Love Letters of King Henry VIII. [1921.]
97c. Self-Contradictions of the Bible.

98a. How to Love, by Walter M. Gallichan. [1920.]
98b. How to Love, by Clement Wood.

99. Tartuffe, by Moliere. [1920.]

100. The Red Laugh, by Leonid Andreyev. [1920.]

101a. Thoughts of Pascal. [1920.]
101b. Thoughts of Pascal, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

102a. Tales of Sherlock Holmes, by Conan Doyle. [1920.]
102b. Sherlock Holmes Tales, by Conan Doyle.

103a. Pocket Theology, by Voltaire. [1920.]
103b. Pocket Theology: a Dictionary of Skeptical Definitions, by Voltaire.

104a. Battle of Waterloo, by Victor Hugo. [1920.]

105a. The Seven That Were Hanged, by Leonid Andreyev. [96 pp.] [1920.]
105b. The Seven That Were Hanged, by Leonid Andreyev. [93 pp.]

106a. Thoughts and Aphorisms, by George Sand. [1920.]
106b. A Daring Frenchwoman's Views of Life, by George Sand.

107a. How to Strengthen Mind and Memory. [1920.]
107b. The Dream-Woman, by Wilkie Collins.
107c. The Dream-Woman and the Yellow Tiger, by Wilkie Collins.

108a. How to Develop a Healthy Mind. [1920.]
108b. The Fall of the House of Usher, by Edgar Allan Poe.

109a. How to Develop a Strong Will. [1920.]
109b. Dante, and the Other Waning Classics, Volume 1, by Albert Mordell.
109c. Facts You Should Know about the Classics, by Joseph McCabe.

110a. How to Develop a Magnetic Personality. [1920.]
110b. Dante, and the other Waning Classics, Volume 2, by Albert Mordell.
110c. A Short History of the World War, by Leo Markun.

111a. How to Attract Friends & Friendship. [1920.]
111b. The Words of Jesus, Volume 1, by Henry C. Vedder.
111c. Sermon on the Mount and other Famous Sayings of Jesus.

112a. How to be a Leader of Men. [1920.]
112b. The Words of Jesus, Volume 2, by Henry C. Vedder.
112c. The Secret of Self Development, by John Cowper Powys.

113a. Proverbs of England. [1920.]
113b. Best Wit of the English People, Proverbs of England, compiled by Pierre Lebris.

114a. Proverbs of France. [1920.]
114b. The Best Wit of the French People (proverbs of France), compiled by Pierre Lebris.

115. Proverbs of Japan. [1920.]

116. Proverbs of China. [1920.]

117. Proverbs of Italy. [1920.]

118. Proverbs of Russia. [1920.]

119. Proverbs of Ireland. [1920.]

120. Proverbs of Spain. [1920.]

121. Proverbs of Arabia. [1920.]

122. Debate on Spiritualism, by Conan Doyle and Joseph McCabe. [1920.]

123a. A Debate on Vegetarianism, between J. H. Kellogg and Edwin Tenny Brewster: How to Keep Well. [1920.]
123b. Life of Madame DuBarry.

124a. Keir Hardie Calendar. [1920.]
124b. The Theory of Reincarnation Explained, by H. M. Tichenor.

125a. War Speeches and Addresses of Woodrow Wilson. [1920.]
125b. War Speeches of Woodrow Wilson, edited, with and introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

126a. History of Rome, by A. F. Giles. [1920.]
126b. History of Rome, by Clement Wood.

127a. What Every Expectant Mother Should Know, by H. S. Davison. [1920.]
127b. What Every Expectant Mother Should Know, by Charles B. Reed.

128a. Julius Caesar, Who He Was and What He Accomplished [by Hilary Hardinge.] [1920.]
128b. Julius Caesar; Who He Was and What He Accomplished, by Clement Wood.

129a. Rome or Reason, a Debate between Robert G. Ingersoll and Cardinal Manning. [1920.]
129b. Rome or Reason [by] Robert G. Ingersoll and Cardinal Manning, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

130a. Controversy on Christianity [by] Robert G. Ingersoll and William E. Gladstone. [1920.]
130b. Controversy on Christianity [by] William E. Gladstone and Robert G. Ingersoll, edited with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

131a. Tolstoi's Redemption. [1920.]
131b. Redemption, by Leo Tolstoi.

132a. Foundations of Religion, by Stanley H. Cook. [1920.]
132b. History and Beliefs of the Major Religions, by Warren Scholl.

133a. Principles of Electricity, by Norman R. Campbell. [1920.]
133b. Principles of Electricity, by Maynard Shipley.

134a. How to Organize Cooperatives. [1920.]
134b. The Misanthrope: Comedy in Five Acts, by Moliere.

135a. Socialism for Millionaires, by George Bernard Shaw. [78 pp.] [1920.]
135b. Socialism for Millionaires, by George Bernard Shaw. [31p.]

136a. The Training of the Child, by G. Spiller. [1920.]
136b. Measles, Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, Chicken Pox and Whooping Cough, by George E. Weaver.

137a. Home Nursing, by Sister Matilda. [82 pp.] [1920.]
137b. Home Nursing, by Sister Matilda. [64 pp.]

138a. Studies in Pessimism, by Arthur Schopenhauer. [101 pp.] [1920.]
138b. Studies in Pessimism, by Arthur Schopenhauer. [64p.]

139a. Fight for Your Life [by] Ben Hanford. [1920.]
139b. Life of Dante [by] A. G. Ferrers Howell. [1921.]
139c. Crimes Against Criminals, an Address [by] Robert B. Ingersoll.

140a. America's Prison Hell, by Kate O'Hare. [1920.] [Not seen]
140b. Biology & Spinal Philosophy [by] H. M. Tichenor.
140c. Reflections on Life and Destiny [by] Anatole France, translated by Conrad Seiler.

141a. Would the Practice of Christ's Teachings Make for Social Progress? A Debate between Scott Nearing and Percy Ward. [1920.]
141b. Life of Napoleon [by] Charles J. Finger.

142. Bismarck and the German Empire [by] Prof. F. M. Bowicke. [1920.]

143a. Pope Leo's Encyclical. [1920.]
143b. In the Time of the Terror [by] Honore De Balzac.
143c. In the Time of the Terror and Other Stories [by] Honore De Balzac.

144. Was [Edgar Allan] Poe Immoral?, by Sarah Helen Whitman. [1920.]

145a. Five Great Ghost Stories. [1920.]
145b. Great Ghost Stories.

146. Snow-Bound, by John Greenleaf Whittier; The Pied Piper, by Robert Browning. [1920.]

147a. Oliver Cromwell and His Times [by Hilda Johnstone]. [1920.]
147b. Cromwell and his Times [by] Clement Wood.

148a. The Strength of the Strong, by Jack London [with He Renounced the Faith, by Jack London]. [1920.]
148b. The Strength of the Strong, by Jack London.

149a. The Socialist Ginger-Box. [1920.]
149b. Historic Crimes and Criminals [by] Charles J. Finger.

150a. The Socialist Pepper-Box. [1921.]
150b. Lost Civilizations [by] Charles J. Finger.

151a. The Man Who Would Be King, by Rudyard Kipling. [87 pp.] [1920.]
151b. The Man Who Would Be King [by] Rudyard Kipling. [63 pp.]

152a. Foundations of the Labor Movement [by] Wendell Phillips. [1920.]
152b. The Kasidah [by] Sir Richard R. Burton.
152c. The Son of the Wolf [by] Jack London.

153a. Socialism and How It Is Coming [by] Upton Sinclair. [1920.]
153b. Chinese Philosophy of Life [by H. M. Tichenor].

154a. Epigrams of Ibsen. [61 pp.] [1920.]
154b. Epigrams of Ibsen. [32p.]

155a. Maxims of Napoleon [with "Napoleon and Pope Pius VIII," by Alfred de Vigny]. [1920]. [Not seen]
155b. Maxims of Napoleon. [57 pp.]
155c. Maxims of Napoleon. [60 pp.]

156a. Andersen's Fairy Tales. [95 pp.] [1921.]
156b. Andersen's Fairy Tales. [64p.]

157a. Marx vs. Tolstoi: Debate between Clarence S. Darrow and A. M. Lewis. [1921.]
157b. The Republic of Plato [edited by H. M. Tichenor].

158. Alice in Wonderland [by] Lewis Carroll. [1921.]

159a. Abraham Lincoln and the Working Class, by Herman Schleuter. [1921.]
159b. A Guide to Plato [by] Will Durant. [82 pp.]
159c. A Guide to Plato [by] Will Durant. [63 pp.]

160a. A Lecture on Shakespeare, by Robert G. Ingersoll. [1921.]
160b. The Wit and Wisdom of Voltaire.

161a. The Country of the Blind, by H.G. Wells. [62 pp.] [1921.]
161b. The Country of the Blind [by] H.G. Wells. [63 pp.]

162a. Karl Marx and the Civil War, by Herman Schleuter. [1921.]
162b. The Murders in the Rue Morgue; Ms. Found in a Bottle [by] Edgar Allan Poe.

163a. Sex Life in Greece and Rome. [1921.]
163b. Sex Life in Greece and Rome [by] G. Lowes Dickinson and others.

164. Michael Angelo's Sonnets. [1921.]

165. Discovery of the Future, by H. G. Wells. [1921.]

166a. English as She Is Spoke, by Mark Twain. [48 pp.] [1921.]
166b. English as She Is Spoke [by] Mark Twain. [59p.]

167a. Plutarch's Rules of Health [or, Rules of Health, by Plutarch]. [1921.]
167b. General Hints on Everyday Health [by] Morris Fishbein.

168a. Epigrams of Oscar Wilde. [40 pp.] [1921.]
168b. Epigrams of Oscar Wilde. [32 pp.]

169a. Shall Church Property be Taxed? A Debate. [1921.]
169b. Voices from the Past [by] H. M. Tichenor.
169c. A History of the Modern Christian Church [by] Vance Randolph.

170a. Socialization of Money, by Daniel DeLeon. [1921.]
170b. Constantine and the Beginnings of Christianity [by] H. M. Tichenor.
170c. A History of the Ancient Christian Church [by] Vance Randolph.

171. Has Life Any Meaning? A Debate [between] Frank Harris and Percy Ward. [1921.]

172a. The Evolution of Love, by Ellen Key. [1921.]
172b. The Evolution of Sex, by Clement Wood.

173a. The Vision of Sir Launfal, by James Russell Lowell. [1921.]
173b. The Vision of Sir Launfal and other Poems [by] James Russell Lowell, edited, with an introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

174a. Trial of William Penn. [1921.]
174b. Ten Dialogues on Religion and Philosophy, by Voltaire.

175a. The Science of History, by James Anthony Froude. [1921.]
175b. Science of History [by] James Anthony Froude.
175c. A Hindu Book of Love (The Kama Sutra), edited by Leo Markun.

176. Four Essays [on sex], by Havelock Ellis. [1921.]

177a. Subjection of Women, by John Stuart Mill. [55 pp.] [1921.]
177b. Subjection of Women [by] John Stuart Mill. [62 pp.]

178. One of Cleopatra's Nights, by Theophile Gautier [translated by Lafcadio Hearn]. [1921.]

179a. Constitution of the League of Nations. [1921.]
179b. Gems from Emerson. [52p.]
179c. Gems from Emerson. [32p.]

180. Epigrams of Bernard Shaw. [1921.]

181. Epigrams of Thoreau. [1921.]

182a. Steps toward Socialism. [1921.]
182b. Daisy Miller, by Henry James.

183a. Realism in Art and Literature, by Clarence S. Darrow; Crime and Criminals, by Clarence S. Darrow. [1921.]
183b. Life of Jack London.

184. Primitive Beliefs, by H. M. Tichenor. [1921.]

185a. History of Printing, by Isaac Disraeli. [1921.]
185b. The Gods: A Lecture [by] Robert G. Ingersoll.

186a. How I Wrote "The Raven," by Edgar Allan Poe. [32 pp.] [1921.]
186b. How I Wrote "The Raven," by Edgar Allan Poe. [60 pp.]
186c. How I Wrote "The Raven," by Edgar Allan Poe. [63 pp.]
186d. How I Wrote "The Raven," by Edgar Allan Poe. [31 pp.]

187. The Humor of Whistler. [1921.]

188a. How Voltaire Fooled Priest and King, by Clarence S. Darrow. [1921.]
188b. Surprising Adventures of Baron Muchausen.

189. Eugenics Made Plain, by Havelock Ellis. [1921.]

190a. Psycho-Analysis - The Key to Human Behavior, by William J. Fielding. [107 pp. +21 pp. ads] [1921.]
190b. Psycho-Analysis - The Key to Human Behavior, by William J. Fielding. [96 pp.]
190c. Psycho-Analysis - The Key to Human Behavior, [by] William J. Fielding. [64 pp.]

191a. Evolution vs. Religion [by] Ramsden Balmforth. [1921.]
191b. Evolution Versus Dogma [by] Maynard Shipley.

192a. Book of Synonyms. [1921.]
192b. Book of Synonyms, edited by Lloyd E. Smith.

193a. Solution of the Trust Problem: A Debate. [1921.]
193b. Wit and Wisdom of Charles Lamb.

194a. Sociology and Catholicism, by Daniel DeLeon. [1921.] [Not seen]
194b. Letters of Lord Chesterfield.
194c. When a Woman Enjoys Herself and Other Small Town Stories, by E. W. Howe.

195a. How to Keep Well. [1921.]
195b. Thoughts on Nature, by Henry David Thoreau.

196a. The Marquise [by] George Sand. [1921.]
196b. The Marquise: A Story of Secret Passion [by] George Sand.

197a. Whimsicalities, Whitticisms and Reflections [by] Madame De Sevigne. [1921.]
197b. What Great Frenchwomen Learned about Love [by] Miriam Allen Deford.

198a. The Majesty of Justice, by Anatole France. [61 pp.] [1921.]
198b. The Majesty of Justice [by] Anatole France. [31 pp.]

199a. Studies in Sociology, by Franklin H. Wentworth. [1921.]
199b. The Tallow Ball [by] Guy DeMaupassant.
199c. The Tallow Ball (Boule de Suif) [by] Guy DeMaupassant.

200. The Ignorant Philosopher, by Voltaire. [1921.]

201a. Satan and the Saints [by] H. M. Tichenor. [1921.]
201b. Goethe's Conversations with Eckermann, selected and edited by Julius Goebel.

202a. Survival of the Fittest [by] H. M. Tichenor. [45 pp.] [1921.]
202b. Survival of the Fittest, by Henry M. Tichenor. [61 pp.]

203a. The Love Rights of Women [by] Havelock Ellis. [64 pp.] [1921.]
203b. The Love Rights of Women [by] Havelock Ellis. [32 pp.]

204a. Sun Worship and Later Beliefs [by] H. M. Tichenor. [63 pp.] [1921.]
204b. Sun Worship and Later Beliefs [by] H. M. Tichenor. [32p.]

205. Artemus Ward: His Book. [1919.]

206. Debate on Capitalism vs. Socialism [by] Siligman and Nearing. [1921.]

207. The Olympian Gods [by] H. M. Tichenor. [1921.]

208a. Debate on Birth Control: Margaret Sanger Versus Winter Russell. [1921.]
208b. Debate on Birth Control [by] Mrs. Sanger and W. Russell and Shaw vs. Roosevelt on Birth Control.

209. Aspects of Birth Control, by S. Adolphus Knopf. [1921.]

210. The Stoic Philosophy [by] Gilbert Murray. [1921.]

211. The Idea of God in Nature [by] John Stuart Mill. [1921.]

212. Life and Character, by Goethe. [1921.]

213a. A Lecture on Lincoln, by Robert G. Ingersoll. [1921.]
213b. Havelock Ellis: the Man and His Work, by Isaac Goldberg.

214a. Speeches of Lincoln. [1920.]
214b. Speeches of Lincoln, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith.

215. The Miraculous Revenge, by George Bernard Shaw. [1921.]

216. The Wit of Heinrich Heine, by George Eliot. [1921.]

217a. A Socialist Catechism [by] Herman I. Stern. [1921.] [Not seen]
217b. Soviet Marriage Laws; Code of Labor Laws.
217c. The Puzzle of Personality [by] William J. Fielding. [120 pp.]
217d. The Puzzle of Personality [by] William J. Fielding. [64 pp.]

218a. Four Essays [by] Jean Jaires. [1921.]
218b. The Essence of the Talmud [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

219. The Human Tragedy [by] Anatole France. [1921.]

220a. Essays on the New Testament [by] Robert Blatchford. [1921.]
220b. England in Shakespear's Time [by] Charles J. Finger.
220c. Senator Vest's Tribute to a Dog and Other Dog Lore, collected and edited by Clarice Cunningham.

221. Women and Four Other Essays [by] Maurice Maeterlinck. [1921.]

222. The Vampire and Other Poems [by] Rudyard Kipling. [1921.]

223a. Essay on Swinburne, by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. [1921.]
223b. The Wife of a King [by] Jack London.

224. God: Known and Unknown [by] Samuel Butler. [1921.]

225a. [On a Certain] Condescension in Foreigners [by] James Russell Lowell. [1921.]
225b. Strange Loves [by] Manuel Komroff.

226. Professor Bernhardi: A Play, by Arthur Schnitzler. [1921.]

227a. Keats: The Man, His Work and His Friends [by Edward Thomas]. [Cover title] [1921.]
227b. An Introduction to Zoology [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

228a. Aphorisms, by T. H. Huxley. [1921.]
228b. Plain Talks with Husbands and Wives [by] Havelock Ellis [and] George Sylvester Viereck.

229a. Diderot, by Havelock Ellis. [1921.]
229b. Les Precieuses Ridicules [by] Moliere.

230. The Fleece of Gold [by] Theophile Gautier. [1921.]

231a. Eight Humorous Sketches [by] Mark Twain. [1921.]
231b. Humorous Sketches [by] Mark Twain.

232. The Three Strangers [by] Thomas Hardy. [1921.]

233a. [Thoughts on] Literature and Art [by] Goethe. [1921.]
233b. Revealing Comments on Humanity and Life (Thoughts on Literature and Art) [by] Goethe.

234. McNeal-Sinclair Debate on Socialism. [1921.]

235. Five Essays, by G. K. Chesterton. [1921.]

236a. Love Affairs of King Henry VIII, by Herbert Beerbohm Tree. [1921.]
236b. 61 Reasons for Doubting the Inspiration of the Bible, by Robert G. Ingersoll.

237. Poems in Prose [by] Baudelaire. [1921.]

238. Reflections on Modern Science [by] Thomas Huxley. [Cover title] [1921.]

239a. Twenty-Six Men and a Girl [by] Maxim Gorki. [60 pp.] [1921.]
239b. Twenty-Six Men and a Girl [by] Maxim Gorki. [64 pp.]

240. The Tempest, by William Shakespeare.

241. Merry Wives of Windsor [by] William Shakespeare.

242. As You Like it [by] William Shakespeare.

243. Twelfth Night [by] William Shakespeare.

244. Much Ado about Nothing [by] William Shakespeare.

245. Measure for Measure [by] William Shakespeare.

246. Hamlet [by] William Shakespeare.

247. Macbeth [by] William Shakespeare.

248. King Henry V. [by] William Shakespeare.

249. Julius Caesar [by] William Shakespeare.

250. Romeo and Juliet [by] William Shakespeare.

251. Midsummer Night's Dream [by] William Shakespeare.

252. Othello [by] William Shakespeare.

253. King Henry VIII [by] William Shakespeare.

254. Taming of the Shrew [by] William Shakespeare.

255. King Lear [by] William Shakespeare.

256. Venus and Adonis [by] William Shakespeare.

257. King Henry IV: Part One [by] William Shakespeare.

258. King Henry IV: Part Two [by] William Shakespeare.

259. King Henry VI: Part 1 [by] William Shakespeare.

260. King Henry VI.: Part II [by] William Shakespeare.

261. King Henry VI: Part 3 [by] William Shakespeare.

262. Comedy of Errors [by] William Shakespeare.

263. King John [by] William Shakespeare.

264. King Richard III [by] William Shakespeare.

265. King Richard II [by] William Shakespeare.

266a. The Life of Shakespeare.
266b. Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes [by] Conan Doyle.

267a. Pericles [by] William Shakespeare.
267b. What the Ford Five-Day Week Really Means [by] E. Haldeman-Julius.

268. Merchant of Venice [by] William Shakespeare.

269a. Contemporary Portraits: Volume 1 [by] Frank Harris.
269b. Can Faith Heal the Invalid? [by] Frederic Danrau.

270. Contemporary Portraits: Volume 2 [by] Frank Harris.

271a. Contemporary Portraits: Volume 3 [by] Frank Harris.
271b. Is Death Inevitable? [by] Maynard Shipley.

272. Contemporary Portraits: Volume 4 [by] Frank Harris.

273. Chapters from the Social Contract [by] Jean Jacques Rousseau.

274. Animals of Ancient Lands [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

275. The Building of the Earth [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

276. Speeches and Letters [by] George Washington.

277. The Man without a Country [by] Edward Everett Hale.

278a. Friendship and Other Essays [by] Henry David Thoreau.
278b. Quacks and Quackeries of the Healing Cults [by] Morris Fishbein.

279. Will o' the Mill: Markheim [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

280. The Happy Prince and Other Tales [by] Oscar Wilde.

281. Lays of Ancient Rome [by] Macaulay.

282. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner [by] Samuel T. Coleridge.

283. The Courtship of Miles Standish [by] Henry W. Longfellow.

284. Poems of Robert Burns.

285a. Euphorian in Texas [by] George Moore. [63 pp.] [1921.]
285b. Euphorian in Texas [by] George Moore. [29 pp.]

286a. When the Puritans Were in Power [by] H. M. Tichenor.
286b. Prostitution in the Ancient World [by] Leo Markun.

287a. Whistler: The Man and His Art [by T. Martinwood] [1921.]
287b. The Best Jokes about Doctors, edited by George Milburn.

288a. Essays on Chesterfield and Rabelais [by] Sainte-Beuve.
288b. Tales of the Far North [by] Jack London.

289. Pepys' Diary, edited, with an introduction, by Charles J. Finger.

290. The Gold Bug [by] Edgar Allan Poe.

291. Mark Twain's Jumping Frog and Other Humorous Tales.

292. Mademoiselle Fifi and Other Stories [by] Guy de Maupassant.

293. Francois Villon: Student, Poet and Housebreaker [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

294. Sonnets from the Portuguese [by] Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

295. The Master Builder [by] Henrik Ibsen.

296. Lyric Love [by] Robert Browning.

297a. Poems [by] Robert Southey.
297b. Do We Need Religion? [by] Joseph McCabe.

298. Today's Poetry [selected by] Nelson Antrim Crawford and David O'Neil.

299. Prose Nature Notes [by] Walt Whitman.

300. Terrorism in France [by] Alexander Dumas.

301. Sailor Chanties and Cowboy Songs [compiled by] Charles J. Finger.

302. The Wild Duck [by] Henrik Ibsen.

303. Rosmersholm [by] Henrik Ibsen.

304. What Great Women Have Said about Men.

305. Machiavelli [by] Macaulay.

306. A Shropshire Lad [by] A. E. Housman.

307. A Tillyloss Scandal [by] J. M. Barrie.

308. She Stoops to Conquer [by] Oliver Goldsmith.

309. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (The Nobody Who Apes Nobility) [by] Moliere.

310. The Wisdom of Thackeray.

311. A Lodging for the Night [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

312. The Life and Works of Laurence Sterne [by] John W. Gunn.

313. The Decay of Lying [by] Oscar Wilde.

314. Short Stories [by] Alphonse Daudet.

315. Pen, Pencil and Poison [by] Oscar Wilde.

316. Prometheus Bound [by] Aeschylus.

317a. L'Allegro and Other Poems [by] John Milton.
317b. A Flirtation in the Night and Other Stories [by] Anton Chekhov.

318. Christ in Flanders and Other Stories [by] Honore de Balzac.

319. Comtesse de Saint-Geran [by Alexander Dumas]. Note: Also issued as A Story of Infamous Intrigue (Comtesse de Saint-Geran) [by] Alexander Dumas.

320. The Prince [by] Machiavelli.

321. History of Evolution [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

322. The Buddhist Philosophy of Life.

323. The Life of Joan of Arc.

324. Life of Abraham Linclon [by] John Hugh Bowers.

325. The Essence of Buddhism [compiled by E. M. Bowden]

326. Hints on Writing Short Stories [by] Charles J. Finger.

327. The Ice Age [by] Charles J. Finger.

328. Joseph Addison and His Time [by] Charles J. Finger.

329. Dante's Inferno: Volume 1.

330. Dante's Inferno: Volume 2.

331. The Finest Story in the World and Other Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

332. The Man Who Was and Other Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

333. Mulvaney Stories [by] Rudyard Kipling.

334. Caught and Dreams and Compound Interest [by] Mr. and Mrs. E. Haldeman-Julius.

335. The Land of Heart's Desire [by] William Butler Yeats.

336. The Mark of the Beast and the Head of the District [by] Rudyard Kipling.

337. Pippa Passes [by] Robert Browning.

338. A Guide to Emerson [by] H. M. Tichenor.

339a. Henry David Thoreau: The Man Who Escaped from the Herd [by] Charles J. Finger. [64 pp.]
339b. Henry David Thoreau: The Man Who Escaped from the Herd [by] Charles J. Finger. [32 pp.]

340. Life of Jesus [by] Ernest Renan.

341. Lincoln-Douglas Debate [edited by] John Hugh Bowers.

342. Hints on News Reporting [by] Murray Sheehan.

343a. Life of Columbus [by H. M. Tichenor].
343b. The Diary of Columbus in 1492 (first voyage to America), edited by John W. Gunn.

344. Don Juan [by] Balzac. Note: Also entitled Don Juan; A Passion in the Desert [by] Honore de Blazac.

345a. Clarimonde [by] Theophile Gautier.
345b. Clarimonde: Harlot and Vampire [by] Theophile Gautier.

346. Old Ballads.

347a. A Guide to Stoicism [by] St. George Stock.
347b. A Book of Riddle Rimes [by] Virginia Rudder Grundy.

348a. Proverbs of Scotland.
348b. Best Wit of the Scotch People, Proverbs of Scotland,compiled by Edward Mack.

349. An Apology of Idlers and Other Essays [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

350. Hedda Gabbler [by] Henrik Ibsen.

351. Memories of Lincoln [by] Walt Whitman.

352. Thirteenth Century Prose Tales [by] William Morris.

353. A Doll's House [by] Henrik Ibsen.

354a. The League of Youth [by] Henrik Ibsen.
354b. The Absurdities of Christian Science [by] Joseph McCabe.

355. Aucassin and Nicolete [by] Andrew Lang.

356a. Edgar Allan poe [by] Edmund Clarence Stedman.
356b. The Charge of the Light Brigade and Other Poems [by] Alfred Tennyson, edited with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

357. City of the Dreadful Night [by] Rudyard Kipling.

358. Virginibus Puerisque [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

359. The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story: Volume 1 [by] Frank Harris.

360. The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story: Volume 2 [by] Frank Harris.

361. The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story: Volume 3 [by] Frank Harris.

362. The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story: Volume 4 [by] Frank Harris.

363. Miggles, and Other Stories [by] Bret Harte.

364. The Art of Controversy [by] Arthur Schopenhauer. Note: Also entitled How to Argue Logically: the Art of Controversy [by] Arthur Schopenhauer.

365a. The Odes of Horace: Volume I. 365b. Myths of Religious Statistics [by] Joseph McCabe.

366a. Odes of Horace: Volume II, Connington's translation.
366b. Religion's Failure to Combat Crime [by] Joseph McCabe.

367a. Essay on Conversation [by] Thomas De Quincey.
367b. How to Improve Your Conversation [by] Lloyd E. Smith, with an essay on conversation by Thomas De Quincy.

368. Comic Journey to California and Back [by] Artemus Ward.

369. Artemus Ward's Travels.

370. Father Damien [by] Robert Louis Stevenson.

371. Empedocles on Etna [by] Matthew Arnold.

372. A Guide to Malthusianism [by] John S. Gambs.

373. The Truth of Masks [by] Oscar Wilde.

374a. The Critic as Artist: Part I [by] Oscar Wilde.
374b. The Psychology of Suicide, Is the Momentum of an Intense, Exalted Egotism the Basic Cause? [by] Hugh Russell Fraser.

375a. The Critic as Artist: Part II [by] Oscar Wilde.
375b. The Love Story of an Old Maid: She Began to Love at Sixteen, but Waited - for What? [by] Sara Haardt.

376. A Woman of No Importance [by] Oscar Wilde.

377a. A Night in the Luxembourg [by] Remy De Gourmont.
377b. The Psychology of Joy and Sorrow: What Behaviorists and Other Learned about Our Nature [by] Leo Markun.

378a. The Maid of Orleans [by] Maurice V. Samuels.
378b. The Covered Wagon and the West [by] E. W. Howe.

379. The King Enjoys Himself (Le Roi s'amuse): A Drama in Five Acts [by] Victor Hugo.

380. Yugoslav Proverbs, compiled by Louis Adamic.

381. Wit and Wisdom of Dickens [by] Robert Swansey.

382. Humor and Wisdom of Lincoln [by] John W. Gunn.

383a. The Creditor [by] August Strindberg.
383b. Prostitution in the United States [by] Leo Markun.

384. Four One-Act Plays [by] August Strindberg.

385. Chelkash [by] Maxim Gorky.

386. Creatures That Once Were Men [by] Maxim Gorki.

387. A History of Painting [by] Murray Sheehan. Note: also entitled The Story of Painting: Facts Your Should Know about Painting and Painters [by] Murray Sheehan.

388. Proverbs of Hindustan, compiled by Champak C. Shah.

389. My Fellow-Traveller [by] Maxim Gorky.

390. The Death of Ivan Ilyitch [by] Leo Tolstoy.

391. A Dog of Flanders [by] Ouida.

392. The Nurnberg Stove [by] Ouida.

393. Frederick the Great [by] Macaulay.

394. Boswell's Life of Johnson [by] Charles J. Finger.

395. Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini [by] Charles J. Finger.

396. Embers: A Play in One Act [by] Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius.

397. Irish Fairy Tales.

398. Irish Folk Songs and Tales, edited by H. M. Tichenor.

399. Tales from the Arabian Nights: Volume I.

400. Tales from the Arabian Nights: Volume II.

401a. Proverbs of India, compiled by Champak C. Shah.
401b. Woman the Warrior [by] William J. Fielding.

402. Epigrams of George Moore.

403. A History of Music [by] Murray Sheehan.

404a. In Memoriam [by] Tennyson.
404b. Romances of Paris [by] Alfred de Musset, translated from the French by Keen Wallis.

405. Outline of Economics [by] John S. Gambs.

406a. The Pierott of the Minute [by] Ernest Dowson.
406b. An Essay on Man [by] Alexander Pope, edited, with introduction and notes, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

407. Hints on Farming [by] R. A. Power.

408. Introduction to Einstein [by] William F. Hudgings. Note: also entitled An Introduction to Einstein's Theory of Relativity [by] William F. Hudgings.

409a. Great Men of Science.
409b. Great Men of Science [by] Hereward Carrington.

410a. Die Walkiere (The Valkyr): No. 2 of the Nibelung's Ring [by] Theodore M. R. Von Keler.
410b. Amorous Misadventures [by] Restif de la Bretonne, translated from the original French by Keene Wallis.

411a. A Guide to Cervantes [by] Isaac Goldberg.
411b. What You Should Know about Phrenology [by] Leo Markun.

412. Life of Mahomet [by] Charles J. Finger.

413. The Need or Art in Life [by] I. B. Stoughton Holborn.

414. The Art of Happiness [by] John Cowper Powys.

415. The Age of Mammals [by] Carroll Lane Fenton.

416. The God of Vengeance [by] Sholom Asch, authorized translation from the Yiddish by Isaac Goldberg.

417. The Nature of Dreams [by] Hereward Carrington.

418. The Bacchantes [by] Euipides, translated from the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

419. Life: Its Origin and Nature [by] Hereward Carrington.

420. Short Stories from the Spanish, translated by Charles B. McMichael.

421. Yoga Philosophy, an Outline of the Secret Hindu Teachings [by] Hereward Carrington.

422a. Dante: An Aesthetic View [by] Isaac Goldberg.
422b. The Best Yankee Jokes, edited by George Milburn.

423. Representative Men: Volume 1 [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

424. Representative Men: Volume 2 [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

425. Representative Men: Volume 3 [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

426. Representative Men: Volume 41 [by] Ralph Waldo Emerson.

427a. Poems of John Keats, edited with an introduction, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.
427b. Love Poems of John Keats, edited, with an introduction, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

428. The Essence of the Koran [by] Theodore M. R. Von Keler.

429. The Life and Works of Jonathan Swift [by] John W. Gunn.

430. Poultry for Profit [by] R. A. Power.

431a. Literary Stars on the Scandinavian Firmament [by] Julius Moritzen.
431b. A United States Commercial Geography [by] Leo Markun.

432. The Tragic Story of Oscar Wilde's Life [by] Charles J. Finger.

433. The Life of Jean Paul Marat [by] Louis R. Gottschalk.

434a. The Significance of Georg Brandes [by] Julius Moritzen.
434b. The Great Love of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton [by] Leo Markun.

435. One Hundred Best Books [by] John Cowper Powys.

436. Henrik Ibsen: His Life, Aim and Influence [by] Julius Moritzen.

437. Hints on Scenario Writing [by] murray Sheehan.

438. Secret Memoirs of Madame de Pompadour: Volume 1, collected and arranged by Jules Beaujoint.

439a. Secret Memoirs of Madame de Pompadour: Volume 2, collected and arranged by Jules Beaujoint.
439b. My Twelve Years in a Monastery [by] Joseph McCabe (once the very reverend father Antony)

440a. Cavalleria Rusticana [by] Theodore M. R. v on Keler.
440b. Baseball: How to Play It and How to Watch It [by] Alan Monk, drawings by Hans Kueffer.

441. I Pagliacci [by] Theodore M. R. Von Keler. Note: also entitled the Buffoon; the Substance of Leoncavallo's Opera "Pagliacci" [by] Theodore M. R. Von Keler.

442. Oscar Wilde in Outline [by] Charles J. Finger.

443. The Story of Francis Bacon's Philosophy [by] Will Durant.

444. Epigrams of Remy de Gourmont, selected by Isaac Goldberg.

445a. Psychical Research: Volume 1 [by] Hereward Carrington.
445b. The Fraud of Spiritualism [by] Joseph McCabe.

446a. Psychical Research: Volume 2 [by] Hereward Carrington.
446b. The Psychology of Religion [by] Joseph McCabe.

447a. Auto-Suggestion - How It Works [by] William J. Fielding.
447b. Autosuggestion: How It Works [by] William J. Fielding.

448. Essays on Montaigne, Pascal, Voltaire [by] John Cowper Powys.

449a. Essays on Rousseau, Balzac, Victor Hugo [by] John Cowper Powys.
449b. Auto-Suggestion and Health [by] William J. Fielding.

450. Essays on de Maupassant, Anatole France, William Blake [by] John Cowper Powys.

451. Essays on De Gourmont and Byron [by] John Cowper Powys.

452a. Essays on Emily Bronte and Henry James [by] John Cowper Powys.
452b. A Dictionary of Scientific Terms [by] Leo Markum.

453. Essays on Joseph Conrad and Oscar Wilde [by] John cowper Powys.

454. The Unworthy Coopers and Comtesse Du Jones [by] Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius.

455. Richard Strauss's Salome [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

456. Biset's Carmen [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

457. Lohengrin [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

458. Tannhauser [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

459a. Das Rheingold [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.
459b. How to Write Telegrams Properly [by] Nelson E. Ross.

460. Miscellaneous Essays [by] E. Haldeman-Julius.

461. Literary Essays [by] E. Haldeman-Julius.

462. Everyman, a Play.

463. The Art of Reading [by] E. Haldeman-Julius.

464. Is Progress an Illusion? and Other Notes [by] Haldeman-Julius.

465. Esperanto for Beginners [by] D. O. S. Lowell.

466. A History of Sculpture [by] Murray Sheehan.

467. Evolution Made Plain [by] John Mason.

468. The Story of Architecture: Facts You Should Know about the Evolution of Buildings [by] Murray Sheehan.

469. The Egypt of Yesterday, a History of Exploring and Excavation [by] Julius Moritzen.

470a. Guide to Kant [by] James B. Thomas.
470b. Jazz Music; What It Is and How to Understand It [by] Isaac Goldberg.

471. The Essence of Confucianism [by] Charles J. Finger.

472. The Strange Notes of Samuel Butler [by] John W. Gunn.

473a. Essays on Euripides [by] Alexander Harvey.
473b. Lives of Chorus Girls, a Realistic Picture of an Interesting and Sometimes Romantic Profession.

474a. Essays on Sophocles [by] Alexander Harvey.
474b. Is Man an Electric Machine? [by] Maynard Shipley.

475a. Essays on Aeschylus [by] Alexander Harvey.
475b. How to Develop Your Sense of Humor [by] Leo Markun.

476. Gilbert and Sullivan, a Handbook to the Famous Operettas [by] Isaac Goldberg.

477a. Theosophy in Outline [by] F. Milton Willis.
477b. The Nonsense Called Theosophy [by] Joseph McCabe.

478. Sanskrit Proverbs, compiled by Champak C. Shah.

479a. Proverbs of Germany, gathered by Julius Moritzen.
479b. How New York Working Girls Live [by] Betty Van Deventer.

480. Hints on Animal Husbandry [by] R. A. Power.

481. The Stone Age [by] Clement Wood.

482. Five Weeks in a Balloon [by] Jules Verne, condensed by Charles J. Finger.

483. The Privateersman [by] Captain Marryat, condensed byCharles J. Finger.

484a. Hints on Raising Farm Crops [by] R. A. Power.
484b. The Menace of "Blue" Laws [by] Henry Flury.

485. A Voyage to the Moon [by] Jules Verne, condensed translation by Charles J. Finger.

486. Hints on Soils and Fertilizers [by] R. A. Power.

487. Thomas Carlyle's Philosophy of Clothes [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

488a. Great Yiddish Poetry, edited by Isaac Goldberg.
488b. How Not To Be a Wallflower [by] John Woodworth.

489. Yiddish Short Stories, edited by Isaac Goldberg.

490. Life of Michelangelo (as seen by Georg Brandes) [by] Julius Moritzen.

491. Psychology for Beginners [by] Hereward Carrington.

492. Poems of William Morris, edited, with an introduction, by Nelson Antrim Crawford.

493. New Discoveries in Science [by] Hereward Carrington.

494a. Siegfried: No. 3 of the Nibelung's Ring [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.
494b. Negro Life in New York's Harlem: A Lively Picture of a Popular and Interesting Section [by] Wallace Thurman.

495. Rigoletto [by] Theodore M. R. von Keler.

496. Hints on Writing One-Act Plays [by] Charles J. Finger.

497. Legends of Greek and Roman Heroes [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

498. Greek and Roman Mythology [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

499. A Dictionary of Classical Mythology [by] Lloyd E. Smith.

500. Medea [by] Euripides, translated form the Greek by Alexander Harvey.

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