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[James, Henry] Fifteen Titles, most first editions, one inscribed

"Roderick Hudson," Boston, James R. Osgood, brick red beveled cloth, first edition; "Washington Square," NY, Harper and Brothers, 1881, pictorial cloth; "The Reverberator," London and New York, Macmillan, 1888, gilt cloth; "Aspern Papers," London, 1888, gilt cloth, first edition; "The Lesson of the Master," New York (and London), Macmillan & Co., 1892. Inscribed by James, "L.K.H. from HJ, Xmas, 1892, " blue decorative cloth, ex libris Univ. of Oregon, with checkout card in back (last dated 1984) scarce thus,; "The Private Life," New York, 1893, Harpers & Brothers. Silver and gilt green cloth, near fine, first edition; "Theatricals," New York, 1894, Harper & Brothers, green gilt cloth, first American; "Terminations," New York, 1895, Harper & Brothers, light green decorated cloth, first American; "In the Cage," Chicago, 1898, Herbert S. Stone, first American, scarce; "A Little Tour in France," New York, 1900, Houghton, Mifflin, green decorated cloth; "The Soft Side," New York, Macmillan, 1901, red cloth; "The Amabssadors," New York, 1903, Harper & Borthers, blue cloth; "The Finer Grain," New York, 1910, Charles Scribners, brown gilt cloth; "The Middle Years," New York, 1917, Charles Scribners, brown gilt cloth; "Master Eustace," New York, 1920, Thomas Seltzer, green cloth. Various levels of wear, some near fine, others good only, most about very good with edgewer, some soiling. Plus, "Henry James," by Leon Edel, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1961, and "American Novels," Matthiessen, 1951 Knopf.

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[James, Henry] Fifteen Titles, most first editions, one inscribed. Henry James.