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PS Literature: American (Go to start of category)
PS634 .W3 [Info] Washington Square Plays, by Lewis Beach, Edward Goodman, Alice Gerstenberg, and Philip Moeller, contrib. by Walter Prichard Eaton (Gutenberg text)
PS635 .Z9 B9926 [Info] Taking the Census: An Original Farce in One Act (Clyde, OH: A. D. Ames, c1883), by Ida M. Buxton
PS635 .Z9 C89615 [Info] Pharaoh's Knob: A Comedy in One Act (New York: Fitzgerald Pub. Corp., 1919), by E. J. Craine
PS635 .Z9 G599 [Info] Our Professor: A Monologue, in One Act (New York: Happy Hours Co., c1879), by Gustave Goetschy
PS635 .Z9 H94 [Info] The Womanless Wedding (Franklin, OH and Denver: Elridge Entertainment House, c1918), by Mrs. James W. Hunt
PS635 .Z9 L2567 [Info] The Social War of the Year 1900: or, The Conspirators and Lovers (drama in 5 acts; Philadelphia: The author, c1873), by Simon M. Landis
PS635 .Z9 L2567 [Info] The Social War of the Year 1900: or, The Conspirators and Lovers (novel; Philadelphia: Landis publishing society, 1872), by Simon M. Landis
PS635 .Z9 L563 [Info] David of Modin: A Chanukah Play (New York: Bloch Pub. Co., c1903), by Jacob J. Leibson (page images at HathiTrust)
PS635 .Z9 P812 [Info] Falstaff in Rebellion, or, The Mutineers of Eastcheap: A Shakespearian Travesty in Three Acts (Boston: W. H. Baker and Co., 1915), by John W. Postgate
PS635 .Z9 P8123 [Info] Re-Taming of the Shrew: A Shakespearean Travesty in One Act (Chicago: T. S. Denison and Co., c1915), by John W. Postgate
PS635 .Z9 S534 1913 [Info] A Garden Drama: A Play for Children and Grown-Ups (Chicago: Privately printed, 1913), by Frances Wells Shaw (page images at HathiTrust)
PS643 .A53 [Info] Arqtiq: A Story of the Marvels at the North Pole (1899), by Anna Adolph
PS643 .G8 [Info] The Prose Writers of America; With a Survey of the History, Condition, and Prospects of American Literature (Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1847), ed. by Rufus W. Griswold (page images at HathiTrust)
PS645 .H6 [Info] Shapes That Haunt the Dusk (New York and London: Harper and Bros., c1907), ed. by William Dean Howells and Henry Mills Alden
PS645 .S5 B4 [Info] The Best Short Stories of [the Year], and the Yearbook of the American Short Story, ed. by Edward J. O'Brien (partial serial archives)
PS647 .S2 G3 [Info] Galaxy (20th-century science fiction magazine) (partial serial archives)
PS648 .A36 [Info] Adventure (partial serial archives)
PS648 .C66 I26 [Info] "I Confess" (partial serial archives)
PS648 .D4 B53 [Info] The Black Mask (partial serial archives)
PS648 .D4 D73 2008 [Info] The Dragon Done It (included on a Baen CD image; c2008), ed. by Eric Flint and Michael D. Resnick
PS648 .D4 E373 1891 [Info] Eleven Possible Cases (London et al.: Cassell and Co., 1891), contrib. by Frank R. Stockton, Franklin Fyles, Joaquin Miller, Maurice Thompson, Ingersoll Lockwood, Edgar Fawcett, Brainard Gardner Smith, Kirk Munroe, A. C. Wheeler, Anna Katharine Green, and Arthur Quiller-Couch
PS648 .D4 F74 1895 [Info] The Long Arm, and Other Detective Stories (London: Chapman and Hall, 1895), by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman, Brander Matthews, A. Eubule Evans, and George Ira Brett
PS648 .D4 T48 [Info] Thrilling Detective (partial serial archives)
PS648 .D5 [Info] Happy Days (partial serial archives)
PS648 .D55 T57 [Info] Tip Top Weekly (full serial archives)

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