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1 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL IN ARIZONA
Boston: L.C. Page & Company, Publishers, (1945). Thirty-fourth Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by Etheldred B. Barry reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. Just a touch of fading at spine crown, else fine, in burgundy textured binding with gilt lettering and rules; in a near fine, illustrated dust jacket with shallow chip to head of spine panel, mild nicking at spine heel. 
"Joyce and the Ware family have made a new home, and Joyce, especially, is having a difficult time making the adjustment to the 'loneliness' of the Arizona desert. That is, until an invalid at Lee's Ranch tells her the 'Legend of Camelback Mountain."' 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL STORIES
Boston: The Page Company, 1921. First illustrated holiday edition. Enchanting color plates by Frank T. Merrill and Harold Matthews Brett, including a tissue-guarded frontispiece. Hardcover. A hint of edgewear, a suggestion of darkening to the cloth covers, minor staining to the corners of a few pages, else a sharp, bright, very nearly fine copy in red cloth decorated in jade green, apple green, cream and gilt to the front cover and spine. 
Deluxe omnibus gathers THE LITTLE COLONEL, THE GIANT SCISSORS and TWO LITTLE KNIGHTS OF KENTUCKY; decorated throughout with monochrome illustrations in green or apricot, in the margins, at the endsheets, as chapter heads, endpieces, and initial letters. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHRISTMAS VACATION
Boston: L.C. Page & Co., Publishers, (1944). Thirty-second Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by Etheldred B. Barry reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. Just a whisper of wear, else fine, in burgundy textured binding with gilt lettering and rules; in a near fine, illustrated dust jacket with minor nicking at spine ends, a suggestion of fading to spine panel. 
"The old Lloydsboro Seminary has burned down, and this suits the Little Colonel fine, as she finds herself, along with Betty, Kitty and Allison, at 'Dear Old Warwick Hall,' a beautiful mansion run as a boarding school." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHUM: MARY WARE
Boston: L.C. Page & Company, Publishers, (1941). Twenty-second Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by L.J. Bridgman reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.00 flap price. Hardcover. Upper edges of covers and tiny area of spine head faded, else near fine, in pink cloth with gilt lettering and rules; in good only dust jacket: nicked, chipped, creased, faded, and edgetorn. 
"The first sequel, or shall we say continuation, of the Little Colonel stories, born of the pressures Johnston received from her many young readers to continue the series...we begin with the irascible Mary Ware beginning her first term at Warwick Hall." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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5 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL'S HERO
Boston: The Page Company, Publishers: (1944). Thirty-seventh Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by Etheldred B. Barry reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. A hint of wear at the spine ends, else fine, in burgundy binding with gilt lettering and rules; in a very good illustrated dust jacket with nicking at the spine ends, closed tear to lower front panel. 
"As the surprise gift for her twelfth birthday, the Little Colonel goes abroad to spend the summer in Europe. In Geneva, she befriends an old Prussian major and his Red Cross dog, a St. Bernard named Hero." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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6 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL'S HOLIDAYS
Boston: L.C. Page & Company, Publishers, (1944). Forty-third Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by L.J. Bridgman reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. Very good, with fore-edges and upper page-edges oddly shaved; in burgundy binding with gilt titles and rules; in a very good, nicked, and spine-sunned, illustrated dust jacket with a tiny chip to upper front corner. 
"The Little Colonel and the Two Little Knights of Kentucky have grown a bit, and are joined by the Waltons, modeled after the family of General H. W. Lawton, a fallen hero of the Spanish American War." 
Price: 20.00 USD
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7 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL'S KNIGHT COMES RIDING
Boston: L.C. Page & Co., Publishers, (1944). Twenty-sixth Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by Etheldred B. Barry reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. Tiny area of fading to spine crown, else fine, in burgundy cloth with gilt lettering and rules; in a very good plus dust jacket with a half-inch chip to head of spine panel, short tear at upper spine fold with corresponding creases to upper front panel. 
"Only recently the maid of honor, now it will be the Little Colonel's turn to be the bride, at least that much of it we can give away! But who will it be? A 'Knight Comes Riding' in every chapter, but who will finally measure up?" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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8 Johnston, Annie Fellows THE LITTLE COLONEL: MAID OF HONOR
Boston: L.C. Page & Company, Publishers, (1943). Twenty-fifth Impression. Eight illustrations (including frontispiece) by Etheldred B. Barry reproduced on coated stock inserts. $2.25 flap price. Hardcover. Fine, in pale blue cloth with gilt lettering and rules; in a lightly edge-nicked, about near fine illustrated dust jacket, with a sunstruck spine panel. 
"It's time for a second house party! Eugenia is getting married, and the wedding will be at The Locust. Joyce comes with her entertaining sister, Mary Ware, from the Arizona desert to join Betty, The Little Colonel and all the rest." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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