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A book of tales; being some myths of the North American Indians, retold by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York, The Vanguard press [c1929]

1929

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Too much government, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York ; Vanguard Press, 1931.

1931

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Collected poems. Collected, with a foreword, by Sara Bard Field; with an introd. by William Rose Benét

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New York, Vanguard Press [1949]

1949

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The poet in the desert, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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Portland, Or., 1915.

1915

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The poet in the desert.

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New York, The Vanguard press, 1929.

1929

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Earthly discourse, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ...

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New York, The Vanguard press [c1937]

1937

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Heavenly discourse / by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ; with drawings by Art Young ; frontispiece by Hugo Gellert.

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New York : Vanguard, 1928, c1927.

1928-1927

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Heavenly discourse, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood, with drawings by Art Young, frontispiece by Hugo Gellert.

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New York, Vanguard Press, The New Masses [c1927]

1927

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Heavenly discourse / by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ; with drawings by Art Young & frontispiece by Hugo Gellert.

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New York : Macy-Masius, Vanguard Press, 1928.

1928

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Wood works : the life and writings of Charles Erskine Scott Wood / [edited by] Edwin Bingham and Tim Barnes.

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Corvallis, Or. : Oregon State University Press, c1997.

1997

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The poet in the desert, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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Portland, Or. [Press of F. W. Baltes and Company] 1918.

1918

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FormatTextCall NumberNAC p.v. 517 no. 1-6Item LocationSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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Maia. A sonnet sequence, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ...

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[Portland, Or., c1918]

1918

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FormatTextCall Number*KL+ (Wood, C. E. S. Maia)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

A masque of love, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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Chicago, W.M. Hill, 1904.

1904

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Elston) (Wood, C. E. S. Masque of love)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

The beautiful wedding.

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[San Francisco, Privately printed by Edwin & Robert Grabhorn, 1929]

1929

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Poems from the ranges, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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San Francisco, The Lantern Press, 1929.

1929

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Selected poems by Charles Erskine Scott Wood and by Sara Bard Field. With an introduction by James Ralston Caldwell ...

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[San Francisco] Privately printed [1937]

1937

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Sonnets to Sappho.

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[San Francisco, Printed by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for Charles Erskine Scott Wood, 1939]

1939

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Souvenir: Edwin and Robert Grabhorn to Anne Cobden-Sanderson. San Francisco, June 26th, 1926 at Coppa's restaurant.

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[San Francisco, The Grabhorn Press, 1926]

1926

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Debs has visitors in jail, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood. With a poem by Witter Bynner.

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Berkeley Heights, N.J., Published by the Oriole Press [1964]

1964-1920

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Heavenly discourse / by Charles Erskine Scott Wood ; with drawings by Art Young ; frontispiece by Hugo Gellert.

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New York : Vanguard, 1928, c1927.

1928-1927

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Heavenly discourse / with drawings by Art Young and frontispiece by Hugo Gellert.

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New York : Vanguard press, [1942]

1942

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Earthly discourse / by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York : The Vanguard Press, [1937]

1937

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A book of tales; being some myths of the North American Indians, retold by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York, The Vanguard press [c1929]

1929

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Heavenly discourse ...

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New York, Vanguard [1939]

1939

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Poems from the ranges, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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San Francisco, The Lantern Press, Gelber-Lilienthal, Inc., 1929.

1929

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Collected poems. Collected, with a foreword, by Sara Bard Field; with an introd. by William Rose Benét,

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New York, Vanguard Press [1949]

1949

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The poet in the desert, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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Portland, Or., 1915.

1915

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The poet in the desert.

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New York, The Vanguard press, 1929.

1929

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The poet in the desert, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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Portland, Or. [Press of F. W. Baltes and Company] 1918.

1918

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Earthly discourse, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York, The Vanguard Press [1937]

1937

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A book of tales; being some myths of the North American Indians, retold by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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New York, The Vanguard press [c1929]

1929

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Heavenly discourse ...

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New York, Vanguard [1939]

1939

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Poems from the ranges, by Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

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San Francisco, The Lantern Press, Gelber-Lilienthal, Inc., 1929.

1929

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The poet in the desert.

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New York, The Vanguard Press, 1929.

1929

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FormatTextCall Number3995.35.372.11Item LocationOff-site