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Fri Mar 21 17:14:37 2014 UTClccn-no960217790.00Our Dear Dogs. (Second edition.)0.651.00Seventeen songs /79511586no 960217794066849AG, -1956AG, d. 1956Galsworthy, A.Galsworthy, Ada, d. 1956Galsworthy, John, Mrs., -1956Galsworthy, John, Mrs., d. 1956lccn-n79041972Galsworthy, John1867-1933trlfast-933009Forsyte family (Fictitious characters)lccn-n79116212Bizet, Georges1838-1875lccn-n79069916Maupassant, Guy de1850-1893lccn-n79054067Conrad, Joseph1857-1924np-hutchison, percyHutchison, Percync-pen organizationPEN (Organization)lccn-n79066702Mérimée, Prosper1803-1870lccn-nb99164596Schalit, Leontrllccn-n50017872Halévy, Ludovic1834-1908Galsworthy, Ada-1956FictionDomestic fictionDramaHistoryStories, plots, etcForsyte family (Fictitious characters)EnglandFamiliesMiddle classManners and customsWomenDomestic fiction, EnglishNineteen thirtiesOperas--LibrettosGreat BritainEnglish poetryGalsworthy, Ada,Winter gardeningMaupassant, Guy de,FranceEnglish fictionGalsworthy, John,Voyages and travelsCarmen (Fictitious character)English dramaDogsGerman fictionArtUpper class familiesDomestic fictionCarmen (Bizet, Georges)Operas--Vocal scores with pianoOpera programsHalévy, Ludovic,Short stories, FrenchSongs (Medium voice) with pianoCarmen (Mérimée, Prosper)England--LondonVedrenne, John Eugene,Whelen, Frederick,Granville-Barker, Harley,Horniman, Annie Elizabeth Fredericka,Strife (Galsworthy, John)Wareing, Alfred,Titles of honor and nobilityMartersteig, Max,Gorky, Maksim,OperasTheaterJustice (Galsworthy, John)Meynell, EstherSitwell, Edith,Wakeman, AnnieMalleson, Lucy Beatrice,Foakes, Grace195619071913191519161919192019221932193319341935193619371940194319441947194819491953195619571961196219671974198912334698823.912PR6013.A5ocn000967587ocn701649268ocn001601461ocn001711868ocn004950001ocn551392011ocn017396181ocn742425416ocn460422065ocn008443148ocn459856008ocn780774155ocn439988593ocn80917368143710ocn000408082book19350.53Galsworthy, JohnForsytes, Pendyces and othersFiction2024ocn009630762book19350.73Galsworthy, JohnThe winter garden; four dramatic pieces1452ocn000967587book19330.88Galsworthy, JohnEx libris John Galsworthy1065ocn000852222book19320.88Bizet, GeorgesCarmen, an opera in 4 acts977ocn001655989book19370.70Galsworthy, AdaOver the hills and far away643ocn001601461book19160.53Maupassant, Guy deYvette--a novelette and ten other storiesFiction466ocn007357758book19220.25Galsworthy, JohnThe Forsyte sagaHistoryFictionDomestic fictionThe three novels which make up The Forsyte Saga chronicle the ebbing social power of the commercial upper-middle class Forsyte family between 1886 and 1920. Galsworthy's masterly narrative examines not only their fortunes but also the wider developments within society, particularly the changing position of women. - Publisher337ocn005230630book19350.86Galsworthy, Ada"The dear dogs"182ocn017005013book19150.73Maupassant, Guy deYvette : and other stories101ocn011085802book19400.95Galsworthy, JohnFive speeches to P.E.N. clubs and a letter92ocn551392011file19200.86Maupassant, Guy deYvette, and other stories83ocn249313860book19350.27Galsworthy, JohnEnd of the chapterFictionDomestic fictionOmnibus volume containing "Maid in waiting", "Flowering Wilderness", and "One more River". Preceded by "Forsyte Saga" and "A Modern Comedy"61ocn030175125book19530.47Galsworthy, AdaOur dear dogs55ocn460422065book19320.37Bizet, GeorgesCarmen : opera in four actsDramaStories, plots, etcTegneserie over librettoen51ocn081697416book19490.47Galsworthy, JohnDie Cherrell Chronik44ocn459856008book19340.50Galsworthy, JohnThe collected poems of John Galsworthy31ocn041016795score19131.00Galsworthy, AdaSeventeen songs22ocn647877907book1.00Galsworthy, JohnLetters to Frederick WhelenHistoryLetters primarily discuss the London theater, Whelen's plans to form a stock company, and production possibilities of some of Galsworthy's plays. Among the producers/directors mentioned are Max Martersteig, who just directed Galsworthy's "Strife" in Cologne, Germany; John Vedrenne, Harley Granville-Barker, Annie Elizabeth Fredericka Horniman, and Alfred Wareing22ocn752991447book1933Galsworthy, JohnEx Libris John Galsworthy. [Short extracts from Galsworthy's works.] Selected by himself and by A.G. (Ada Galsworthy.)22ocn558811579book1953Galsworthy, AdaOur Dear Dogs. (Second edition.)11ocn171596846book1989Swann GalleriesModern literature : first editions, signed & inscribed copies, autograph letters11ocn606891448book19330.10Walston, FlorenceCambridge, to Belle GreeneThanking her for a copy of the Galsworthy letter (probably MA 1111.1), noting that Mrs. Galsworthy is pleased her husband's manuscript of "The First and the Last" (MA 1111) is held by the Morgan Library11ocn702152145bks1.00Galsworthy, JohnJohn Galsworthy collectionContains letters from Galsworthy to various people, including John Drinkwater, Henry Albert Phillips, and Geza Silberer; and writings of Galsworthy, including "The Silver Box" and "Strife."11ocn702162866bks1.00Dwight familyDwight and Ferris family papersHistoryThe papers span the dates 1711-1951, and the bulk of material concerns three individuals: Timothy Dwight (1694-1771), Theodore Dwight (1796-1866), and Eleanor Augusta Ferris. The papers of Timothy Dwight document events of Dummer's War and the management of Fort Dummer in 1724-25, as well as his later work as a surveyor and Judge during the period of dispute over boundaries and administration of the New Hampshire Grants. The papers of Theodore Dwight include a diary or notebook containing manuscript drafts of his writings as well as accounts of some of his travels, a manuscript of a lesson book for young school children with instructions for teachers, one letter from Garibaldi, and personal documents and manuscripts. The papers of Eleanor Augusta Ferris consist chiefly of correspondence from Ada Galsworthy, but also include letters from contributors to "The Villager" and from family members. The collection also contains other papers of the Dwight and Ferris families, including letters, documents, and genealogies of the Dwight Family, a few papers of Theodore Dwight (1764-1846), and photographs of the Ferris family from about the 1870s to the 1940s11ocn025115017book19370.70Galsworthy, AdaOver the hills and far away11ocn122560605mix0.47Bell, Susan GAn annotated bibliography of British women's autobiographies, 1790-1950 :The collection includes the questionnaires, together with the original NEH grant proposal and correspondenceFri Mar 21 15:38:36 EDT 2014batch15011