A house party; an account of stories told at a gathering of famous American authors, the story tellers being introduced by Paul Leicester Ford.
|Related Names:||Wister, Owen 1860-1938., Stuart, Ruth McEnery 1856-1917., Jewett, Sarah Orne 1849-1909., Thanet, Octave 1850-1934., Stockton, Frank Richard 1834-1902., Grant, Robert 1852-1940., Bangs, John Kendrick 1862-1922., Runkle, Bertha. , Ford, Paul Leicester 1865-1902., Harrison, Burton Mrs. 1843-1920., Cable, George Washington 1844-1925., Roberts, Charles George Douglas Sir 1860-1943.|
Boston, Small, Maynard & Company, 1901.
The conditions of the contest with a "House party guessing coupon precede the title-page.
"A dozen short stories, by well-known authors, published anonymously. The publishers offer a prize to the successful guesser of the highest number of names of the true authors."--Pub. weekly.
Mark Twain PS509.S5.H6 1901: Copy 2: Facsimile Clemens Library
4 p. ℓ., 418 p.
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