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Spinners' book of fiction.
San Francisco ; New York : P. Elder and Company, c1907
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton; George Sterling; Ina D Coolbrith; Lillie V O'Ryan; Maynard Dixon; Albertine Randall Wheelan; Merle De Vore Johnson; E Almond Withrow; Gordon Ross; Spencer Wright; J H Nash; Spinners' Club.; Tomoyé Press.; Paul Elder and Company.; et al
|Notes:||Verso of t.p.: Published in behalf of the Spinners' Benefit Fund. Ina D. Coolbrith first beneficiary.
"Here ends the Spinners' book of fiction ... by California writers ... illustrated by various Western artists ... The typography designed by J.H. Nash, published by Paul Elder and Company and printed for them at the Tomoye Press New York ..."--Colophon.
Frontispiece and plates facing p. 16, 108, 126, 158 and 212.
|Description:||, ix, , 367,  p. (first 2 p. and last 2 p. blank),  leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Concha Argüello, Sister Dominica, by Gertrude Atherton --
The ford of Crèvecour, by Mary Austin --
A Californian, by Geraldine Bonner --
Gideon's knock, by Mary Halleck Foote --
A yellow man and a white, by Eleanor Gates --
The judgment of man, by James Hopper --
The league of the old men, by Jack London --
Down the flume with the sneath piano, by Bailey Millard --
The contumacy of Sarah L. Walker, by Miriam Michelson --
Breaking through, by W.C. Morrow --
A lost story, by Frank Norris --
Hantu, by, Henry Milner Rideout --
Miss Juno, by Charles Warren Stoddard --
A little savage gentleman, by Isabel Strong --
Love and advertising, by Richard Walton Tully --
The Tewana, by Herman Whitaker.
|Responsibility:||by Gertrude Atherton, Mary Austin ... [et al.] ; with a dedicatory poem by George Sterling ; collected by the Book Committee of the Spinners' Club ; illustrated by Lillie V. O'Ryan, Maynard Dixon, Albertine Randall Wheelan, Merle Johnson, E. Almond Withrow and Gordon Ross ; initials and decorations by Spencer Wright.|