• The Epicure in Imperial Russia
  • Dumbarton Oaks Inaugural Lectures
  • Cyrano de Bergerac
  • A Columbia College Student in the Eighteenth Century
  • Pepperfoot of Thursday Market
  • The Praise of Folly
  • The Pilgrim’s Progress
  • Translations from the Chinese
  • Pewter in America, Its Makers and Their Marks
  • Soldiers of the American Army, 1776–1941
  • Vashington ou la Liberté du Nouveau Monde, Tragédie en Quatre Actes
  • Ancient European Musical Instruments
  • Safawid Rugs and Textiles; the Collection of the Shrine of Imam ’Ali at Al-Najaf
  • A Christmas Carol in Prose, being a Ghost Story of Christmas
  • Ceremonial Costumes of the Pueblo Indians, their Evolution, Fabrication, and Significance in the Prayer Drama
  • WAD to RR, a Letter about Designing Type
  • A Second Treasury of the World’s Great Letters
  • Early Houses of the King’s Province in the Narragansett Country
  • The Athenaeum Gallery, 1827–1873: The Boston Athenaeum as an Early Patron of Art
  • Stories of the Streets and of the Town, from The Chicago Record, 1893–1900
  • Iran in the Ancient East
  • An Evening with Ninon, A Didactic Poem containing a translation of Racine’s Bernice
  • Lincoln’s Kalamazoo Address Against Extending Slavery
  • The Sun Girl. A True Story about Dawamana, the Little Hopi Indian Maid of Gold Oraibi in Arizona, and of How She Learned to Dance the Butterfly Dance at Moencopi, as told by her lifelong friend Po-Lin-Gay-Si (Mrs. Elizabeth White)
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