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Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Decorative art in America : a lecture.
New York : Brentano's. 1906
294 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 20 cm.; Mason, Stuart. Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. 1914. No. 646.; English; * PR 5817 D311; by Oscar Wilde ; together with letters, reviews and interviews edited with an introduction by Richard Butler Glaenzer.
     Reel: 9, Item No. 17

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The Duchess of Padua, a play by Oscar Wilde.
London, Methuen and Co. [1906]
4 p. l., 209, [1] p. 21 cm.; Proof copy of v. 1 of Methuen's first collected edition of Wilde's works 1908 . The proofs are dated September 25 and 26, 1906. Numerous manuscript notes and corrections by Robert Ross, with his autograph on title-page. Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. v. 4, p. 33.; English; * PR 5817 D821 1906.
     Reel: 9, Item No. 18

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The Duchess of Padua, a play. [2d ed.].
London, Methuen. [1909]
vi, 183 p. 18 cm.; English; * PR 5817 D821 1909.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 1

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The Duchess of Padua, a tragedy of the sixteenth century, by Oscar Wilde.
New York [i.e. Paris] Privately printed. [1905]
187 p. 23 cm; Unauthorized edition. Published by Charles Carrington in Paris in 1905, the text being a translation into English from the German text of Dr. Max Meyerfeld's translation. Title in red and black."Private limited issue reserved exclusively for the subscribers." Said to be limited to 100 copies.Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. V.3, p.15-16; [Millard, C.S.] Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. London [1914] p.534, no. 5872d copy. An edition on Japanese vellum, said to be limited to 30 copies. In folder, in half blue morocco slip case.Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. V.4, p.32033; [Millard, C.S.] Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. London [1914] p. 534, no. 588.; English; * PR5817 D821 1905.
     Reel: 11, Item No. 7

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Easter day.
c1879
p. 2 ; 19cm.; First appearance in print. Signed: Oscar Wilde, Rome, 1877. In verse. Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. v. 2, p. 93; [Millard, C.S.] Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. London [1914] p. 216-217, no. 275. In: Waifs and strays, no.1 June, 1879 .; English; * PR 5821 A4W13, * PR 5821 A4W13 1879; Waifs and strays. V.1 no.1 June, 1879.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 11

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     L'envoi.
Published originally as the introduction to Rennell Rodd's Rose leaf and apple leaf, Philadelphia, 1882. Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. v. 5, p. 22-23.; French; * PR 5821 A4V88; Voices. London, 1920. 19 cm. v. 3, no. 2, Mar., 1920, p. 58-69.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 12

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Epigrams & aphorisms, by Oscar Wilde.
Boston, J. W. Luce. 1905
Epigrams; ix, 11-126 p. 23 cm.; English; * PR 5817 E641.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 2

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Essays and lectures, by Oscar Wilde. [2d ed.].
London, Methuen & co. [1909]
Essays; xii, 244 p. 18 cm.; English; * PR 5817 E781.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 3

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The fisherman and his soul.
Portland, Me.: Thomas B. Mosher. 1905
87 p. ; 14 cm.; Title vignette. Title printed in black and red. Ornamental head and tail-pieces. "Reprinted from A house of pomegranates."; English; * PR 5817 F531; by Oscar Wilde.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 4

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     A Florentine tragedy, by Oscar Wilde, opening scene by Sturge Moore.
Boston, J. W. Luce. 1908
v-x, 66 p. 20 cm.; English; * PR 5817 F631.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 5

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     For love of the king : a Burmese masque.
London : Methuen. 1922
39 p. ; 22 cm.; Also attributed to Mrs. Chan Toon, for whom Wilde supposedly wrote it.; English; * PR 5821 A3F6 1922; by Oscar Wilde. [1st ed.].
     Reel: 10, Item No. 7

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     For love of the king, a Burmese masque, by Oscar Wilde.
London, Methuen & co., ltd. [1923]
7 p. ., 46 p. 18 cm.; "First issued...October 19th, 1922; second edition...1923." "Written not for publication, but as a personal gift to the author's friend Mrs. Chan Toon."--Introd. note.; English; * PR 5821 A3F6 1923.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 8

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     For love of the king, by Oscar Wilde; a Burmese play in three acts and nine scenes.
First appearance in print. Written presumably in 1894, not for publication, but as a gift to a friend, Mrs. Chan Toon later Mrs. Wodehouse-Pearse. C.S. Millard regarded the work as a forgery imposed by Mrs. Chan Toon, and his accusations resulted in a libel suit instituted by Methuen & co., in which the verdict was rendered against Mr. Millard. Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. v. 3, p. 33-34.; English; * PR 5821 A4H97; Hutchinson's magazine. [London] 1921. 24 cm. v. 5, no. 28, October, 1921, p. 349-355. illus. port.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 13

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Four letters from prison.
New York : G. Bruno. 1915
[53]-67 p. ; 21 cm.; Cover title. Caption title: Four letters by Oscar Wilde which were not included in the English edition of De Profundis. April 1915. "Published by Guido Bruno in his garret on Washington Square, New York."; English; * PR 5824 R82 1915; Bruno chap books ; v.1, no.5.; Oscar Wilde.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 9

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     Four letters which were not included in the English edition of De profundis.
[n. p.] Priv. print. 1906
De profundis. Selections; 34 p. 19 cm.; Half-title: De profundis supplementary letters.; English; * PR 5824 1906.
     Reel: 10, Item No. 10

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The happy prince and other tales, by Oscar Wilde; illustrated by Walter Crane and Jacomb-Hood.
Boston, Roberts brothers. 1888
5 p.l., 3-116 p. front., illus., 2 pl. 19-1/2 cm; First American edition. Head and tail pieces by Jacomb-Hood, frontispiece and plates by Crane. Bound in gray cloth.Cf. [Millard, C.S.] Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. London [1914] p.337-339, no. 321Contents.-The happy prince.-The nightingale and the rose.-The selfish giant.-The devoted friend.-The remarkable rocket.; English; * PR5818 H251 1888a.
     Reel: 16, Item No. 4

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The happy prince, and other tales, by Oscar Wilde; illustrated by Walter Crane and Jacomb-Hood.
London, D. Nutt. 1888
5 p.l., 3-116, [2] p. front., illus., 2 pl. 22-1/2 cm; Head and tail pieces by Jacomb-Hood; frontispiece and plates by Crane. 1st edition; 1,000 copies.Contents.-The happy prince.-The nightingale and the rose.-The selfish giant.-The devoted friend.-The remarkable rocket. I. Crane, Walter, 1845-1915, illus. II. Jacomb-Hood, George Percy, 1857-1929, illus. III. Title.Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. V.2, p.32-33; [Millard, C.S.] Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. London [1914] p.331-332, no. 3132d copy. Author's autograph presentation copy, with verse and inscription, to Justin Huntley McCarthy. The verse, beginnning "Go little book", was first printed in Book-song (1893) Tipped in is Justin Huntley McCarthy's autograph poem in praise of the tales, signed J.H. McC. It was published in Harlequinade, a book of verses (1890) Bound in original paper covers, in dark blue morocco solander.Cf. Clark, W.A. Wilde and Wildeiana. 1922-31. V.3, p.27-28.; 1888; * PR5818 H251.
     Reel: 11, Item No. 9

Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
     The harlot's house.
Bound; English; Wilde W6721M1 H286.
     Reel: 22, Item No. 7

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