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PS3503 .A923 L27 [Info] The Last Egyptian: A Romance of the Nile (Philadelphia: E. Stern and Co., 1908), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Francis P. Wightman
PS3503 .A923 L54 [Info] The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, by L. Frank Baum (Gutenberg text and audio)
PS3503 .A923 L54 1902 [Info] The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (Indianapolis, IN: Bowen-Merrill Co., c1902), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Mary Cowles Clark
PS3503 .A923 L6 [Info] The Lost Princess of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1917), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, page images, and audio)
PS3503 .A923 LR55 [Info] Rinkitink in Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1916), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 M27 [Info] The Magic of Oz (Chicago et al.: Rand McNally and Co., c1919), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3503 .A923 M27 [Info] The Magic of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1919), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 N49 [Info] The Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People (Chicago: M. A. Donohue and Co., c1903), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Frank Ver Beck (multiple formats at Google)
PS3503 .A923 N49 [Info] The Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People, by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Frank Ver Beck (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3503 .A923 O9 [Info] Ozma of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1907), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3503 .A923 P3 [Info] The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1913), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 P72 [Info] Prairie-Dog Town (published under "Laura Bancroft" pseudonym; Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1906), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Maginel Wright Barney (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3503 .A923 Q44 [Info] Queen Zixi of Ix: or, The Story of the Magic Cloak (Toronto: Copp, Clark Co., 1905), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Frederick Richardson (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3503 .A923 Q8 [Info] The Magic Cloak, and Other Stories (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., 1916), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3503 .A923 R6 [Info] The Road to Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Britten Co., c1909), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, page images, and audio)
PS3503 .A923 R6 [Info] The Road to Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1909), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 S25 [Info] Sam Steele's Adventures in Panama (published under "Capt. Hugh Fitzgerald" pseudonym; Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1907), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by Howard Heath (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PS3503 .A923 S29 [Info] The Scarecrow of Oz (unillustrated), by L. Frank Baum (Gutenberg text)
PS3503 .A923 S29 1915 [Info] The Scarecrow of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1915), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 S4 [Info] The Sea Fairies (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1911), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 S5 [Info] Sky Island: Being the Further Exciting Adventures of Trot and Cap'n Bill After Their Visit to the Sea Fairies (Chicago: Reill and Lee Co., c1912), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and audio reading)
PS3503 .A923 T25 [Info] Tamawaca Folks: A Summer Comedy (published under "John Estes Cooke" pseudonym; c1907), by L. Frank Baum
PS3503 .A923 T53 [Info] Tik-Tok of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Lee Co., c1914), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill
PS3503 .A923 T53 [Info] Tik-Tok of Oz (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1914), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3503 .A923 T55 [Info] The Tin Woodman of Oz: A Faithful Story of the Astonishing Adventure Undertaken by the Tin Woodman, Assisted by Woot the Wanderer, the Scarecrow of Oz, and Polychrome, the Rainbow's Daughter (Chicago: Reilly and Britton Co., c1918), by L. Frank Baum, illust. by John R. Neill (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML, and Librivox audio)

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