Vintage Flower Guide books
floating city and, The blockade runners
The Story of the peasant-boy philosopher, or, "A child gathering pebbles on the sea-shore" - Henry Mayhew 1854
'Davy and the Goblin' by Charles E. Carryl. Houghton Mifflin, Boston; Frederick Warne, London, 1885
'The Panchatantra' translated from the Sanskrit by Arthur W. Ryder. University of Chicago Press, c 1925 (1942 printing)
'A Treasury of Plays for Children'. Illustrations and cover design by Tony Sarg (c. 1921). Edited by Montrose J. Moses, Little, Brown, Boston, 1945
The Art of Narrative
The Crime Club by W. Holt-White The Macaulay Company 1910
Beautiful Books: The Crime Club by W. Holt-White
Salt-water poems and ballads . UNCG Special Collections
A Spinner In The Sun. Myrtle Reed. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1906. A veiled lady returns to her old home and lives in solitude; her neighbors never see her face. What is Evelina hiding under the veil? If anything will convince her to shed her mask, and reveal the past it hides, it is the old-fashioned romance offered by a patient suitor called Piper Tom.
A Spinner In The Sun. Myrtle Reed. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1906.