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Dickens Drood Collection

This list corresponds to a card file kept in the Reading Room. The Collection was developed by Nathan L. Bengis and acquired by the University of Minnesota.

    BOOKS

  1. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With illustrations. London: Chapman & Hall, 1870.

  2. All the year round; a weekly journal. v. 1-20, Apr. 30, 1859-Nov. 28, 1868; new ser., v. 1-43, Dec. 5, 1868-Dec. 29, 1888; 3d ser., v. 1-13, Jan. 5, 1889- Mar. 30, 1895. London: 1859-95.

  3. Appletons' Journal of literature, science, and art. Issues from vol. 3 and 4 containing Charles Dickens' The mystery of Edwin Drood: April 23, May 28, June 25, July 30, Aug. 27, Oct. 1, 1870. New York: D. Appleton, 1870. 1v.

  4. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and other stories. With illustrations. London: Chapman & Hall, 1861-1885. 440p. front., plates. (The Works of Charles Dickens. Library edition, v. 30)

  5. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Copyright edition. Containing the rest of the story as far as it was completed by the author previous to his death, a portrait taken in the last period of his life, and a memoir of him by M.G.A. Sala. Leipzig: B. Tauchnitz, 1870. 2v., illus. ( Collection of British authors. Volumes 1100 and 1116)

  6. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With twelve illustrations by S.L. Fildes, and a portrait. London: Chapman and Hall, 1870. 190p., illus.

  7. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and some uncollected pieces. With illustrations. Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1870. 210p., illus. First American edition. Copy 2- original buff wrappers.

  8. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. (In Harper's Weekly, vol. 14, nos. 695, 699, 704, 708, 713, 718 (Dickens supplements only) April 23, May 21, June 25, July 23, Aug. 27, Oct. 1, 1870) Bound with Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Apr. 29- Sept. 2, 1871.

  9. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and other stories. With illustrations. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1871. 607p., illus. (Works of Charles Dickens. Library edition, vol. 28)

  10. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. New York: Harper, 1871. 104p., illus. (Harper's library of select novels)

  11. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Illustrated from designs by Darley and Gilbert. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1871. 346p., illus. (Works of Charles Dickens. Globe edition)

  12. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Fully illustrated from designs by Darley, Gilbert, Cruikshank, Phiz, etc. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1873. 346p., illus. (Works of Charles Dickens. Riverside edition.)

  13. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Complete. Brattleboro, Vt.: T.P. James, 1873.

  14. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and miscellaneous pieces With illustrations by S.L. Fildes. New York: G.W. Carleton; London: Chapman & Hall, 1874. 416p. ( Half-title: Works of Charles Dickens, XIX) At head of title: "Carleton's new illustrated edition."

  15. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. (In The Seaside Library, vol. 42, no. 860, 1880) Second edition.

  16. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Reprinted pieces, and other stories. With 30 illustrations by L. Fildes, E.G. Dalziel, and F. Barnard. London: Chapman & Hall, 1892. 348p., illus. With this is bound the author's Christmas books, 1892.

  17. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Reprinted pieces, and other stories. With 30 illustrations by L. Fildes, E.G. Dalziel, and F. Barnard. London: Chapman & Hall; New York: D. Appleton, 1881. 348p., illus. (The works of Charles Dickens. Household edition)

  18. Dickens, Charles. A tale of two cities, and The mystery of Edwin Drood; with illustrations by H.K. Browne and Luke Fildes; a reprint of the edition corrected by the author in 1869, with an introduction, biographical and bibliographical, by Charles Dickens the younger. New York and London: Macmillan and co. 1896.

  19. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood, and The uncommercial traveler. With illustrations. London, New York: T. Nelson, n.d. 270p., 372p.

  20. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood. Illustrated by Harold Piffard. Philadelphia: J.C. Winston, 1900. 459p., illus.

  21. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood (The mystery of). Edited by Richard Garnett. London: Chapman & Hall, 1900. 552p., illus. (The complete works of Charles Dickens. Autograph edition, vol. 30)

  22. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood, and Master Humphrey's clock. London: Chapman & Hall, 1907. 370p. (The popular edition of the complete works of Charles Dickens) Running title: The mystery of Edwin Drood.

  23. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood, and Master Humphrey's clock. Philadelphia: G.W. Jacobs, 1907. 370p. (The popular edition of the complete works of Charles Dickens) Running title: They mystery of Edwin Drood.
    Dickens, Charles. The complete mystery of Edwin Drood. The history, continuations, and solutions (1870-1912) by J. Cuming Walters; with a portrait, illustrated by Sir Luke Fildes, facsimiles and a bibliography. London: Chapman & Hall, 1912. 267p., illus.

  24. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood and Master Humphrey's Clock. London: J.M. Dent; N.Y.: Dutton, 1909. 370p. (Half-title: Everyman's library, ed. by Ernest Rhys.) Introduction by G.K. Chesterton.

  25. Dickens, Charles. The complete mystery of Edwin Drood. The history, continuations, and solutions (1870-1912) by J. Cuming Walters; with a portrait, illustrated by Sir Luke Fildes, facsimiles, and a bibliography. Boston: Dana Estes, 1913. 267p.

  26. Dickens Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Completed in 1914 by W.E.C. New text drawings by Zoffany Oldfield. New text revised and edited by Mary L.C. Grant. London: J.M. Ousely, 1914. 528p., illus.

  27. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. London: Chapman & Dodd, 1922. 284p. (The Abbey Classics) "A new solution of the mystery of Edwin Drood, by Mary Kavanagh": p. 261-284.

  28. Dickens, Charles. Scenes from Dickens: trials, sketches, and plays. Arranged by the Dickens Fellowship Players of Toronto. Compiled by James Edmund Jones, B.A. London: C. Palmer, 1923. 335p.

  29. Dickens, Charles. Scenes from Dickens: trials, sketches, and plays; arranged by the Dickens Fellowship Players of Toronto, compiled by James Edmund Jones, B.A. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1923. 335p.

  30. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. London, New York: H.Milford, 1924.

  31. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With 12 illustrations by S.L. Fildes, and a portrait; with an introduction, biographical and bibliographical. London: Macmillan, 1925. 229p., illus., facsim.

  32. Dickens, Charles. Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood, completed by a loyal Dickensian. London: Blackfriars, 1925. 262p., illus.

  33. Dickens, Charles. Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood, completed by a loyal Dickensian. London: The C.W. Daniel company, 1927.

  34. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood, and Master Humphrey's clock. London: J.M. Dent; New York: Dutton, 1932. 370p. (Everyman's library, 725)

  35. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. The completion of this novel is by Ruth Alexander following the ending adopted by Universal Pictures. London: Queensway Press, 1935. 316 p., photos.

  36. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood; Christmas Stories. Bloomsbury, London: The Nonesuch Press, 1937. 874p., illus. (The Nonesuch Dickens, v. 15) "This edition… limited to 877 copies."

  37. Dickens, Charles. Christmas books. The mystery of Edwin Drood. London: Collins, 1937. 2 v. in 1. front., illus. (Library of Classics) Paged separately. On cover: "With best wishes for Christmas 1937 from the manager of Simpson's Restaurant, Strand, which was patronized daily in 1859 by Charles Dickens."

  38. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, edited by Vincent Starrett, illustrated by Everett Shinn. New York: The Heritage Press, 1941.

  39. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Edited with an introduction and notes by Margaret Cardwell. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982. 239p., illus. (The World's Classics)

  40. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, concluded by Leon Garfield, introduced by Edward Blishen, illustrated by Antony Maitland. New York: Pantheon Books, 1980. 327 p., illus.

  41. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood. London: Mellifont, 1946. 285p. (Mellifont classics, no. 5) "A new solution of the mystery of Edwin Drood," by Mary Kavanagh: p. 261-285.

  42. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Illustrated by C.E. Montford. London: A. Hamilton, 1947. 286p., illus.

  43. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, with supplementary note by Charles Williams. London: Oxford University Press, 1949. 376p. (The world's classics, 263) First published in the world's classics in 1924.

  44. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood; with an introduction by Michael Innes, and the original illustrations of Luke Fildes. London: J. Lehman, 1950. 285 p., illus. (The Chiltern library, 35) "First published in 1870. This edition first published in 1950." Includes fragment discovered by John Forster. Bibliography: p. 285

  45. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With an introduction by C. Day Lewis, an Essay by Edmund Wilson, and other informative appendices. London and Glasgow: Collins, 1956. 352p. (New classics, no. 486)

  46. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With twelve illustrations by Luke Fildes and two by Charles Collins and an introduction by S.C. Roberts. London, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1956. 278p., illus. (New Oxford Illustrated Dickens)

  47. Dickens, Charles. Le mystere d'Edwin Drood. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Traduit de l'anglais et resolu par Paul Maury. Verviers: Gerard, 1956. 463p. (Collection Marabout)

  48. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1961. 275p. (Dolphin book, C275)

  49. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With an afterword by James Wright. New York: New American Library, 1961. 281 p. (Signet Classic CD69) Copy 1- first printing Copy 2- second printing, variant binding, Signet Classic L1021.

  50. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood; with 12 illustrations by Luke Fildes and two by Charles Collins, and an introduction by S.C. Roberts. London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1966. 278p., illus. (The Oxford illustrated Dickens)

  51. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. New York: Airmont, 1966. 256p. (Classics series, CL114) Introduction by Dr. Norman F. Budgey.

  52. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and Master Humphrey's clock. Introduction by Malcolm Elwin. Illustrations by Luck Fildes. London: Heron Books, 1967. 446p., illus. (Charles Dickens complete works. Centennial edition)

  53. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Edited by Margaret Cardwell. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972. 269p., illus. (The Clarendon Dickens)

  54. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Edited by Arthur J. Cox with an introduction by Angus Wilson. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1974. 314p., front. (The Penguin English Library, EL92)

  55. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood; edited with an introduction and notes by Margaret Cardwell. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982. 239p. (The World's Classics)

  56. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Chicago: M.A. Donohue, n.d. 259p. Bound with Child's history of England. Pictures from Italy. Spine reads: Dickens Works. Childs history of England, Picture from Italy, Edwin Drood. Each paged separately.

  57. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood and Master Humphrey's clock. With illustrations by S. Luke Fildes, Cattermole and Phiz. London: Chapman & Hall; New York: Scribner's, n.d. 319p., illus. (The Works of Charles Dickens. The Authentic edition, vol. 21)

  58. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Illustrated by Harold Piffard. London: Collins Clear-Type, n.d. 459p., illus. (Collins illustrated pocket classics, no. 220)

  59. Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge, and Edwin Drood. With illustrations by F. Barnard. Boston: Aldine Book Publishing Co., n.d. 833p.

  60. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, Reprinted pieces and other stories. With 30 illustrations by L. Fildes, E.G. Dalziel, and F. Barnard. London: Chapman & Hall, 187-. 348p., illus. (The works of Charles Dickens household edition)

  61. Dickens, Charles. Master Humphrey's Clock. The mystery of Edwin Drood. London: Chapman & Hall and Henry Frowde, n.d. 135, 287p., illus. (The Fireside Dickens, vol. 22) Paged separately.

  62. Dickens, Charles. No thoroughfare. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With full-page frontispiece and sixteen illustrations. New York: Collier, n.d. 507p., illus. (The work of Charles Dickens, vol. 30)

  63. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and Reprinted pieces. With the original illustrations by L. Fildes, E.G. Dalziel and F. Barnard. London: E. Lloyd, n.d. 156p., illus. (Lloyd's sixpenny Dickens)

  64. Dickens, Charles. Edwin Drood. London: Mellifont, n.d. 285p. (Mellifont classics) "A new solution to the Mystery of Edwin Drood by Mary Kavanaugh."

  65. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood, and other stories. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, n.d. 663p. (New Century Library, The Works of Charles Dickens, vol. XVII)

  66. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. London: T. Nelson, n.d. 270p. (Nelson classics)

  67. Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge, and Edwin Drood. With illustrations by F. Barnard. New York: Syndicate Trading Company, n.d. 837p., illus.

  68. Dickens, Charles. The uncommercial traveler. A child's history of England. Barnaby Rudge. Miscellaneous. The mystery of Edwin Drood. With twenty-one illustrations. New York: P.F. Collier, n.d. p. 583-1182. (The Works of Charles Dickens, vol. VI. Collier's Unabridged edition) The mystery of Edwin Drood, p. 1115-1182.

  69. Atkinson, W.A. The mystery of Edwin Drood, a play in 3 acts and a prologue, dramatized by W.A. Atkinson from the unfinished novel of the same name by Charles Dickens. Mimeographed script, 45p.

  70. Aylmer, Felix. The Drood case. London: R. Hart-Davis, 1964.

  71. Aylmer, Felix. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Mimeographed copy of Act III, 40p.

  72. Baker, Richard Merriam. The case against John Jasper. Manuscript, Typescript, Notebook of footnotes.

  73. Baker, Richard Merriam. The Drood murder case; five studies in Dickens' Edwin Drood. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1951.

  74. Baker, Richard Merriam. The Manuscript of The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens, edited with an introduction and notes. Manuscript.

  75. Boyd, Aubrey. A new angle on the Drood mystery… St. Lois, Missouri: 1922. "Reprinted from Washington University studies, vol. IX, Humanistic series, no. 1…1922." In folder.

  76. Carden, Percy Theodore. The murder of Edwin Drood, recounted by John Jasper; being an attempted solution of the mystery based on Dickens' manuscript and memoranda. With an introduction by B.W. Matz. London: C. Palmer, 1920. 125p., illus. "First Edition."

  77. Carden, Percy Theodore. The murder of Edwin Drood recounted by John Jasper; being an attempted solution of the mystery based on Dickens' manuscript and memoranda. With an introduction by B.W. Matz. New York: G.P. Putnam's sons, 1920. 125p., illus.

  78. Carr, John Dickson. The mystery of Edwin Drood, a drama in four acts. Theatre program. Photocopy of review, Pall Mall Gazette, Jan. 6, 1908. Photocopy of unidentified review. Postcard photograph of two characters from the play.

  79. Carr, John Dickson. Cross, John Keir. Mystery of Edwin Drood; play by John Keir Cross, from a detective story by Charles Dickens. Completed from an idea by John Dickson Carr. 8 rehearsal scripts, episodes 1-8. 22 glossy photos from production. Correspondence. The Cathedral Church of Rochester. Rochester: Mackays, 1954. 5p., illus.

  80. Charles. Edwin. Keys to the Drood mystery. Illustrated by Ernest Coffin. London: Collier, 1908. 161p. In green box. Inscribed by author. Annotations by Bengis.

  81. Charles. Edwin. Keys to the Drood mystery. Illustrated by Ernest Coffin. London: Collier, 1908. 161p., illus. "Author's edition de luxe."Inscribed by the author. Annotations by Bengis.

  82. Conway, Eustace. Anthony Munday, and other essays. New York: Private printing, 1927. 112p.

  83. Crispin, Edmund. see Montgomery, Robert Bruce.

  84. Cross, John Keir. Mystery of Edwin Drood; play by John Keir Cross, from a detective story by Charles Dickens. Completed from an idea by John Dickson Carr. 8 rehearsal scripts, episodes 1-8. 22 glossy photos from production.

  85. Davis, Earle Rosco. The flint and the flame; the artistry of Charles Dickens. London: V. Gollancz, 1964. 333p. Annotations by Bengis.

  86. Dickens, Charles. The mystery of Edwin Drood. Scrapbook of clippings and other ephemera.

  87. Dickens, Charles, jr. The mystery of Edwin Drood; a drama in four acts, by Charles Dickens, jr. and Joseph Hatton. Adapted from the late Charles Dickens' novel of the same name. 1880. 1 unpublished typescript.

  88. The Dickens Fellowship. Collins' original cover and other drawings for Edwin Drood; also Dickens' "number plans" for the story reproduced in facsimile. With notes by T.T.C. London: The Dickens Fellowship, n.d. 11p. in portfolio.

  89. Downs, Sarah Elizabeth. The Welfleet mystery, a novel, by Mrs. Georgie Sheldon [pseudo.] New York: Street & Smith, 1903. 255p. (Eagle series, 266)

  90. Downs, Sarah Elizabeth (Forbush) The Welfleet mystery, a novel, by Mrs. Georgie Sheldon {pseudo.] New York: Street & Smith, 1913. 320p. (Eagle Series, 266)

  91. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The edge of the unknown. New York, London: G.P. Putnam, 1930. 332p. First American edition. Re Drood, p. 149 and following.

  92. Dyson, A.E. The inimitable Dickens: a reading of the novels. London: Macmillan, 1970.

  93. Everett, Edward Simpson. The Cloisterham murder case: a discussion of the Edwin Drood problem. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Bros., 1924. 14p.

  94. Fearnley-Sander, C.F. "Outline of a sequel to Charles Dickens' "Edwin Drood." By C.F. Fearnley-Sander (and John Tomlinson, who assembled and amplified the Records as from Dickens' lifetime) Typescript 10p. Dated Dec. 24, 1948.

  95. Forsyte, Charles. The decoding of Edwin Drood. 1st ed. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1980. 222p.

  96. The Fred Newton Scott anniversary papers, contributed by former students and colleagues of Professor Scott and presented to him in celebration of his thirty-eight year of distinguished service in the University of Michigan, 1888-1926. Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 1929. 319p.

  97. Freeman, Richard Austin. The mystery of Angelina Frood. London: Hodder and Stoughton, limited, 1924. Sixth printing, July 1932.

  98. Freeman, Richard Austin. The mystery of Angelina Frood. New York: Dodd, Mead and company, 1925.

  99. Gausden, John. Rochester. An appreciation in words and pictures. London: Cook's publicity service, 1952. 68p., illus.

  100. Graeme, Bruce. see Jeffries, Graham Montague.

  101. Greenhalgh, Mollie. The mystery of Edwin Drood, by Charles Dickens, adapted as a play for broadcasting, with a new ending by Mollie Greenhalgh. Mimeographed script, 53p. (1951) Mimeographed script, 49p. (1965)

  102. Harris, Edwin. John Jasper's gatehouse. A sequel to the unfinished novel "The mystery of Edwin Drood" by Charles Dickens. Rochester, England: Mackays, 1931.

  103. Harris, Edwin. The Rochester of Edwin Drood. Rochester: Mackays, 1929. 16p., illus. (Old Rochester series of historical guides, no. 26)

  104. Hatton, Joseph. Dickens, Charles, jr. The mystery of Edwin Drood; a drama in four acts, by Charles Dickens, jr. and Joseph Hatton. Adapted from the late Charles Dickens' novel of the same name. 1880. 1 unpublished typescript.

  105. Jackson, Henry. About Edwin Drood. Cambridge: The University Press, 1911. 90p., map, facsim. Pregface signed: H.J.

  106. Jeffries, Graham Montague. Epilogue, by Bruce Graeme [pseudo.] Philadelphia, London: Lippincott, 1934. 320p.

  107. Jeffries, Graham Montague. Epilogue, by Bruce Graeme [pseudo.] London: Hutchinson, 1933. 286, 56p.

  108. Jevons, Shirley Byron. Vase, Gillan. A great mystery solved; being a continuation and conclusion to "The mystery of Edwin Drood" (the unfinished work of Charles Dickens). London: Sampson, Low & Marston, n.d. 302p.

  109. Jevons Shirley Byron, ed. Vase, Gillan. A great mystery solved; being a continuation and conclusion to "The mystery of Edwin Drood" (the unfinished work of Charles Dickens) 2nd ed. New York: Mcbride, Nast, 1914. 302p.

  110. Kavanagh, Mary. see Spain, Margaret M.

  111. Kelly, Katharine. John Jasper. typescript, 2 notebooks.

  112. Kelly, Katharine. The return of Edwin Drood. unpublished. typescript, 2 notebooks.

  113. Kelly, Katharine. When the wicked man. unpublished. bound typescript, one notebook.

  114. Kerr, Orpheus C. see Newell, Robert Henry.

  115. Lang, Andrew. The crime of Jasper. in one folder. Original manuscript as printed in The Independent (N.Y.), Sept. 14, 1905.

  116. Lang, Andrew. The puzzle of Dickens' last plot. London: Chapman & Hall, 1905. two copies- variant bindings. Annotations by Bengis.

  117. Lauritzen, Henry. Sherlock Holmes loser Edwin Drood gaaden, af Henry Lauritzen. Aalborg: Lockeys, 1964. 75p., illus. Inscribed by author: "To Nathan with warmest personal and Sherlockian regards from Henry."

  118. Leacock, Stephen Butler. Charles Dickens, his life and work. London: Peter Davies, 1933.

  119. Leacock, Stephen Butler. Charles Dickens, his life and work. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Doran and company, 1936. 322p., illus.

  120. Leaver, Harold. The mystery of John Jasper. Edmonton, Alta.: Capital City Printers, 1925. 76p. In verse.

  121. Leffmann, Henry. About Dickens; being a few essays on themes suggested by the novels. Philadelphia: Published by the author, 1908. 68p.

  122. Lindsay, Jack. Charles Dickens; a biographical and critical study. London: Dakers, 1950. 459p. Excerpt from book only. Chapter 12 "Final judgment." pp. 375- 453.

  123. Montgomery, Robert Bruce. The long divorce, a detective story by Edmund Crispin [pseudo.] London: Gollancz, 1951. 223p. Signed by the author.

  124. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret: a sequel to Edwin Drood. London: John Jasper advertiser. parts I-VIII, October 1871- May 1872. In box: John Jasper's secret. Dickens. Original parts. London 1871-72.

  125. Morford, Henry. "John Jasper's secret." (In Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, vol. 32, no. 813-831 (April 29- Sept. 2, 1871) Bound with Harper's Weekly, Apr. 23- Oct. 1, 1870.

  126. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret; a sequel to Charles Dickens' unfinished novel "The mystery of Edwin Drood." Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, 1871. 408p. (People's edition) On Cover: Peterson's uniform duodecimo edition of the complete works of Charles Dickens "Boz".

  127. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret. Being a narrative of certain events following and explaining "The mystery of Edwin Drood." With 20 illustrations. London: Publishing Offices, 1872. 252p., illus.

  128. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret; sequel to Charles Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood, by Charles Dickens, jr. and Wilkie Collins. New York: R.F. Fenno & company, 1898. 431p.

  129. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret; sequel to Charles Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood, by Charles Dickens, the younger, and Wilkie Collins. New York: R.F. Fenno, 1901. 431p. On spine: Wilkie Collins.

  130. Morford, Henry. John Jasper's secret; sequel to Charles Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood. Formerly attributed to Charles Dickens, the younger, and Wilkie Collins. New York: R.F. Fenno, 1905. 431p. On spine: Wilkie Collins.

  131. Newell, Robert Henry. The cloven foot: being an adaptation of the English novel "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," to American scenes, characters, customs, and nomenclature. By Orpheus C. Kerr [pseudo.] New York: Carleton, 1870.

  132. Newell, Robert Henry. The mystery of Mr. E. Drood. London: 1870. 217p. No title page.

  133. Newton, Elizabeth (Mrs. Richard) see Vase, Gillan.

  134. Nicoll, Sir William Robertson. The problem of "Edwin Drood"; a study in the methods of Dickens. London: Hodder and Stoughton; New York, 1912. 212p.

  135. Patterson, John M., ed. Trial of John Jasper for the murder of Edwin Drood. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Branch Dickens Fellowship, 1914. 151p., illus. "In aid of Samaritan, Children's Hospitals. April 29, 1914. Academy of Music, Philadelphia, U.S.A." Limited edition, of which 500 numbered and registered copies have been printed, no. 168.

  136. Pearson, Edmund Lester. The secret book. New York: The Macmillan company, 1914. 258p.

  137. Philadelphia Branch Dickens Fellowship. see Patterson, John M., ed.

  138. Proctor, Richard Anthony. Watched by the dead: a loving study of Dickens' half-told tale. London: W.H. Allen & co., 1887.

  139. Purchase, Edward. The mystery of Edwin Drood. unpublished. handwritten script, two notebooks. correspondence and reviews regarding the production of script.

  140. Rives, Hallie Ermine. Tales from Dickens. With illustrations by Reginald B. Birch. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1913. 178p., illus.

  141. Rowland, Peter. The disappearance of Edwin Drood. London: Constable, 1991. 176p.

  142. Saunders, Montagu. The mystery in the Drood family. Cambridge: University Press, 1914. 159p.

  143. Saunders, Montagu. The mystery in the Drood family. New York: Haskell House, 1974. 159p.

  144. Sheldon, Mrs. Georgie [pseudo.] see Downs, Sarah Elizabeth (Forbush).

  145. Spain, Margaret M. A new solution of The mystery of Edwin Drood, by Mary Kavanagh [pseudo.] London: J. Long, 1919. 32p.

  146. Taylor. J.C. Guide to Rochester castle and keep. Rochester: Staples Printers Limited, 1953. 16p., illus.

  147. Trial of John Jasper for the murder of Edwin Drood. Produced by The Dickens Fellowship Players at Masonic Hall, Toronto, Friday evening, November 18th, 1921. unpaged program, illus.

  148. Trial of John Jasper, lay precento of Cloisterham Cathedral in the county of Kent, for the murder of Edwin Drood, engineer. Heard by Mr. Justice Gilbert Keith Chesterton, sitting with a special jury, in the King's Hall, Covent Gardens, W.C., on Wednesday, the 7th January, 1914. Verbatim report of the proceedings from the shorthand notes of J.W. Ley. London: Chapman & Hall, 1914. 79p. In a box with Scenario and Timetable of the trial.

  149. Trial of John Jasper for the murder of Edwin Drood in aid of Samaritan, Children's Homeopathic, St. Agnes and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. April 29, 1914. Academy of Music, Philadelphia: Published by the Philadelphia Branch Dickens Fellowship. Souvenir programme, April 29, 1914. Photograph of the trial scene. Photocopies of articles about the production.

  150. Universal Pictures. "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." Photocopy of advance publicity sheets and posters.

  151. Vase, Gillan. A great mystery solved; being a sequel to "The mystery of Edwin Drood" London: Remington, 1878. 3v.

  152. Vase, Gillan. A great mystery solved; being a continuation and conclusion to "The mystery of Edwin Drood" (the unfinished work of Charles Dickens) 2nd edition. New York: McBride, Nast, 1914. 302p.

  153. Vase, Gillan. A great mystery solved; being a continuation and conclusion to "The mystery of Edwin Drood" (the unfinished work of Charles Dickens) London: Sampson, Low & Marston, n.d. 302p.

  154. Walters, John Cuming. Clues to Dickens' "Mystery of Edwin Drood" London: J. Heywood, 1905. 116p.

  155. Walters, John Cuming. Clues to Dickens' "Mystery of Edwin Drood" London: Chapman & Hall, 1905. 116p.

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