Edmund H. Garrett - Partial List of Books Illustrated/Compiled By Edmund Garrett

Partial List of Books Illustrated/Compiled By Edmund Garrett

  • The Village Blacksmith by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1880
  • Song of the Bell by Friedrich Schiller, 1882
  • Come into the Garden, Maud by Alfred Tennyson, 1883
  • Bingen on the Rhine by Caroline E.S. Norton, 1883
  • Lady Clare by Alfred Tennyson, 1884
  • Eve of St. Agnes by John Keats, 1885
  • Favorite Poems and the High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire 1571 by Jean Ingelow, 1886
  • Pilgrims of the Night collected and Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett, 1887
  • Ballads About Authors by Harriet Spofford, 1887
  • The Closing Scene by Thomas Buchanan Read, 1887
  • Christmas in the Olden Time by Sir Walter Scott, 1887
  • Ballads of Romance & History by Susan Coolidge, et al., 1887
  • Enoch Arden by Alfred Tennyson, 1888
  • Fairy Lilian & Other Poems by Alfred Tennyson, 1888
  • From Greenland's Icy Mountains by Bishop Heber, 1889
  • Rab and His Friends by John Brown, 1890
  • Annie & Willie's Prayer by Sophie P. Snow, 1890
  • The Blind Musician by Vladimir Korolenko, 1890
  • Elizabethan Songs in Honour of Love And Beautie, Compiled and Illustrated by Edmund Henry Garrett, 1891
  • Roses of Romance from the Poems of John Keats, Selected and Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett, 1891
  • Flowers of Fancy by Percy Shelley, 1891
  • Ailes d'Alouette by F.W. Bourdillon, 1891
  • The Novels of Jame Austen (Volumes 1 through 6) by Jane Austen, 1892
  • Bimbi, Stories for Children by Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé), 1892
  • Poems by William Wordsworth, edited by Matthew Arnold, 1892
  • Echoes from the Sabine Farm by Eugene & Rowell Martin Field, 1893
  • Yanko the Musician & Other Stories by Henryk Sienkiewicz, 1893
  • Three Heroines of New England Romance by Harriet P. Spofford, 1894
  • Jane Eyre: An Autobiography by Charlotte Bronte, 1895
  • Victorian Songs: Lyrics of the Affections and Nature, Edited and Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett, 1895
  • Carmen: A Memoir by Prosper Mérimée, 1896
  • Camilla: A Novel by Richert Von Koch, 1896
  • Romances and Reality of the Puritan Coast by Edmund H. Garrett, 1897
  • Two Little Wooden Shoes: A Story by Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé), 1897
  • Quo Vadis: A Narrative of the Time of Nero by Henryk Sienkiewicz, 1897
  • Hypatia or New Foes with Old Faces by Charle Kingsley and Edmund H. Garrett, 1897
  • The She-Wolves Of Machecoul; A Romance Of The Last Vendee; to which is added The Corsican Brothers; in two volumes. The Romances of Alexandre Dumas: volumes forty-four, and forty-five by Alexandre Dumas, 1897
  • Twenty Years After; A Romance Of The Regency Of Anne Of Austria, in two volumes. The Romances of Alexandre Dumas: volumes eighteen, and nineteen by Alexandre Dumas, 1897
  • The Gray House of the Quarries" by Mary Harriott Norris, 1898
  • The Nurnberg Stove by Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé), 1898
  • An Account of Anne Bradstreet, The Puritan Poetess & Kindred Topics edited by Colonel Luther Caldwell, 1898
  • Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Khayyam Omar, 1898
  • By the Fireside; A Book of Good Stories for Young People Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett, 1898
  • Backlog Studies by Charles Dudley Warner, 1899
  • The Hunter Cats by Helen Jackson, 1899
  • The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, 1899
  • Notes of Travel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1900
  • Legends of King Arthur and His Court by Frances Nimmo Greene, 1901
  • The Pilgrim Shore of the Massachusetts Coast by Edmund H. Garrett, 1902
  • Celebrated Crimes by Alexandre Dumas, 1902
  • The Night Has a Thousand Eyes & Other Poems by F.W. Bourdillon, 1903
  • Bookplates Selected from the Works of Edmund H. Garrett, and a Notice of Them by Wililam Howe Downes, 1904
  • Vicomte de Bragelonne (Vol. III) by Alexandre Dumas, 1904
  • Stories from Famous Ballads by Grace Greenwood (Sara Jane Lippincott) and edited by Caroline Burnite, 1906
  • Snow-Bound: A Writers Idyl by John Greenleaf Whittier, 1906. (Reprinted in 2007)
  • Venetian Life by William Dean Howells, 1907
  • A Dog of Flanders & Other Stories by Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé), 1910
  • Travelers Five Along Life's Highway: Jimmy, Gideon Wiggan, The Clown, Wexley Snathers, Bap. Sloan by Annie Fellows Johnson, 1911
  • The Sword of Bussy, or the Word of a Gentleman by Robert Neilson Stephens and Herman Nickerson, 1912
  • The Island of Beautiful Things: A Romance of the South by Will Allen Dromgoole, 1912
  • John O'Partletts: A Tale of Strength & Courage by Jean Edgerton Hovey, 1913
  • Moufflou and Other Stories by Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé), 1917
  • A Flower of Monterey (A Romance of the Californias) by Katherine B. Hamill, 1921

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