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Erskine Caldwell Collection

The list below corresponds to a card file kept in the Reading Room.

  1. American Folkways Series. Ed. Erskine Caldwell. Le Seur, Meridel. North Star Country. New York: Sloan & Pierce, 1945. 327 p. Illustrated.
  2. Advertisement placard for six paperbacks published by Signet Books: A House in the Uplands; Journeyman; Tobacco Road; Trouble in July; Tragic Ground; God's Little Acre.
  3. Afternoons in Mid-America: observations and impressions. Drawings by Virginia M. Caldwell. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1976. 276 p. Illustrated. Two copies. Copy 2: inscribed: "To Eddie Schwatrz 'one more Time' Erskine Caldwell. and from me, too! Virginia Caldwell."
  4. All Night Long, a novel of guerrilla warfare in Russia. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1942. 283 p. First ed.
  5. All-Out on the Road to Smolensk. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1942. 230 p. Inscribed by the author: "To Florence C. Haslam from Erskine Caldwell."
  6. American Earth. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. 314 p.
  7. "The American People." In The American Writer and the Great Depression. Ed. Harvey Swados. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966. pp. 129-144.
  8. Annette. New York: New American Library, 1973. 170 p. Inscribed: "For Edward P. Schwartz. Eddie -- This is for you so you'll be among the first to know! Erskine Caldwell ." Corrected autograph manuscript of E. Schwartz's review laid in.
  9. Annette. New York: New American Libary, 1974. 170 p. [Signet Book Y6060] Inscribed: To Eddie Schwartz one more book! Erskine Caldwell. First printing, Sept 1974.
  10. Around About America. Drawings by Virginia M. Caldwell. New York: Farrar, Strauss, 1964. 223 p. Illustrated. Printed note inserted: "This book is sent wih the compliments of Erskine Caldwell. Farrar, Strauss & Company, Inc." Copy 2: signed by Erskine and Virginia Caldwell on half-title.
  11. Around About America. Drawings by Virginia M. Caldwell. New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1965. 181 p. Illustrated. [Pocket Books 50170] First printing Sept 1965.
  12. [Russian title] Around About America. With illustrations by Virginia M. Caldwell. Moscow: Progress, 1966. 157 p. Illustrated. Inscribed: "To Edward Schwartz from Erskine Caldwell. And best wishes from Virginia Caldwell." "Eddie Schwartz introduced and explained to curious Russians - see pages 72-74 EC VC" Russian edition of Around About America.
  13. "Attacks of Taste." In Attacks of Taste. Compiled and edited by Evelyn B. Byrne and Otto M. Penzler. new York: Gotham Book Mart, 1971. p. 10
  14. "August Afternoon." In The Bedside Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gingrich. New York: Robert M. McBride, 1950. pp. 445-452.
  15. "August Afternoon." In Duke, vol. 1 no. 1 [March-April 1946], pp. 42-44, 70.
  16. "August Afternoon." In The Esquire Treasury. Ed. Arnold Gingrich. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953. pp. 115-120.
  17. "August Afternoon." In The Best of the Bedside Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gingrich. New York: Bantam, 1954. pp. 196-204.
  18. "The Automobile That Wouldn't Run." In The Zephyr Book of American Prose. Edited and introduced by Ebba Dalin. Stockholm/London: Continental Book, 1945. pp. 311-316.
  19. "An Autumn Courtship." In This Quarter, vol. 3 no. 3 [Jan-March 1931]. pp. 466-472.
  20. Bagarre de Juillet. Traduit de l'anglais par Jean-Albert Bédé. paris: Gallimard, 1947. 220 p. French translation of Trouble in July. "Il a été de cet ouvrage, sous la couverture spéciale à la collection Du Monde Entier cent dix exemplaires dur vélin pur fil Lafuma Navarre, cont cent exemplaires numérotes de I à C et dix hors commerce marqués de A à J. Exemplaire no. VII."
  21. The Bastard. New York: Manor Books, Inc., 1974. 176 p. [Manor Books 12225]
  22. "Big Buck." In The Avon Annual [1945]. pp. 166-174.
  23. "Blue Boy." In Writers in Revolt: The Anvil Anthology [1933-1940]. Ed. Jack Conroy and Curt Johnson. new York: Lawrence Hill, 1973. pp. 31-34. Autographed by Erskine Caldwell.
  24. The Caldwell Caravan. Novels and stories by Erskine Caldwell, with an introduction by the author. Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, 1946. 436 p. First printing, March 1946.
  25. Call it Experience; The Years of Learning How to Write. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1951. 239 p.
  26. Call it Experience; The Years of Learning How to Write. New York: The New American Library, 1956. 189 p. [Signet Key Book Ks344] First printing Dec 1956.
  27. "Candy-man Beechum." In Pembroke Magazine, number 11, 1959, pp. 3-5. Pages 1-185 of this journal are devoted to articles about Caldwell.
  28. Certain Women. Boston: Little, Brown, 1957. 249 p.
  29. Certain Women. New York: The New American Library,. 1958. 176 p. [Signet Books S1568] First printing Oct 1958.
  30. Un Châtelain des hautes-terres. Traduit de l'américan par Robert Vidal. Roman. Paris: Gallimard, 1948. 165 p. French translation of House in the Uplands. "Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage, sous la couverture de la collection Du Monde Entier, deux cent dix exemplaires dur vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre dont deux cents numérotés de 1 à 200 et dix, hors commerce, marqués de A à J. Exemplaire 2."
  31. Claudelle. London: Heinemann, 1958. 179 p.
  32. Claudelle Inglish. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1958. 208 p.
  33. Claudelle Inglish. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 128 p. [Signet Book S1778] Two copies.
  34. Claudelle Inglish. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications Inc., 1972. 144 p. [Fawcett Gold Medal R2531]
  35. Close To Home. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1962. 216 p.
  36. Close To Home. New York: The New American Library, 1963. 143 p. [Signet Book D2284] Inscribed: "For Edward P. Schwartz from Erskine Caldwell because you can't read it if you haven't got it." First printing April 1963.
  37. "The Cold Winter." In The Best American Short Stories 1935, and The Yearbook of the American Short Story. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1935. p. 98-102.
  38. The Complete Stories of Erskine Caldwell. New York: The New American Library, 1955. 544 p. [Signet Double Volume D1199] First printing April 1955.
  39. "A Country Full of Swedes." In This Is My Best Is My Best; over 150 self-chosen and complete masterpieces, together with their reasons for their selections. Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Dial, 1942. pp. 237-247.
  40. "A Country Full of Swedes." In The Pocket Book of Modern American Short Stories. Ed. and with an introduction by Phillip Van Doren Stern. New York: Blakiston, 1943. pp. 178-197.
  41. "The Courting of Susie Brown." In Coronet, vol. 10 no. 2, who no. 56. June 1941, pp. 113-118.
  42. The Courting of Susie Brown. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce; Boston: Little, Brown, 1952. 202 p. First edition.
  43. The Courting of Susie Brown. New York: The New American Library, 1953. 144 p. [Signet Books 1016] First printing May 1953.
  44. The Courting of Susie Brown. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 128 p. [Signet Books S1621] Fifth printing Dec 1960.
  45. "Crown-Fire." In The New Avon Bedside Companion. New York: Avon Publishing, 1949. pp. 3-8. [Avon 182]
  46. "Daughter." In The Anxious Years, America in the nineteen thirties; a collection of contemporary writings. Edited with an introduction by Louis Filler. New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1963. pp. 100-105.
  47. "Daughter. In Writers In Revolt; the Anvil Anthology. Ed. Jack Conroy and Curt Johnson. New York: Lawrence Hill, 1973. pp. 26-30. Autographed by Caldwell.
  48. Deep South, Memory and Observation. new York: Weybright and Talley, 1968. 257 p. "Part one of Deep South was first published in England under the title In the Shadow of the Steeple." Second printing.
  49. The Deer at our House. Illustrated by Ben Wohlberg. New York: Collier Books, 1966. 32 p. Illustrated. Inscribed: "For - Edward P. Schwartz - Dear Eddie - this is for your second-childhood (unless you have more grandchildren than I already [12] have); But, anyway, as you can see, I am now in my own second childhood - Best wishes - Erskine (Erskine Caldwell)"
  50. "Do Not Fail to be a Novice in the Beginning..." In Writers Digest, vol. 42 no. 9 [Sept 1961]. p. 22
  51. "Dorothy". In The Best American Short Stories of 1931. Ed. Edward J. O'Brien. New York: Dodd Mead, 1931. pp. 81-87.
  52. "Drought and Depression." Introduction to a portfolio of photographs. In Steinbeck, John: The Grapes of Wrath. Franklin Center, PA: The Franklin Library, 1980.
  53. The Earnshaw Neighborhood. New York: World, 1971. 182 p. Inscribed: "For Eddie Schwatrz to look at the picture on the d.j. when there is no time to read - Erskine Caldwell."
  54. Episode in Palmetto. New York: The New American Library, 1953. 158 p. [Signet Books 983] First printing January 1953.
  55. Epizod w Palmetto. Przelozyl Kazimierz Piotrowski. Warszawa: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza, 1981. 192 p. Polish translation of Episode in Palmetto.
  56. Erskine Caldwell's Men and Women. Twenty-two stories selected and with an introduction by Carvel Collins. Boston: Little, Brown 1961. 313 p. Inscribed: "Personal copy of Eddie Schwartz and not to be read by anybody else - Erskine Caldwell"
  57. Erskine Caldwell's Men and Women. Twenty-two stories selected and with an introduction by Carvel Collins. New York: New American Library, 1962. 192 p. [Signet Books D2219] First printing November 1962.
  58. "Figurines of Love." In Esquire, vol. XXXIX no. 5, whole no. 234. May 1953, pp. 56; 108-109.
  59. Foreword. In Rice, John Andrew. Local color. New York: Dell, 1955. pp. 7-8.
  60. Georgia Boy. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1943. 239 p. Two copies.
  61. Georgia Boy. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1943. 239 p. "War edition. This book is produced in accordance with conservation orders of the War Production Board."
  62. Georgia Boy. New York: The New American Library, 1950. 163 p. Illustrated. [Signet Books 760]
  63. Georgia Boy. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 144 p. Illustrated. [Signet Books S1666] Sixth printing.
  64. Georgia Boy. New York: The New American Library, 1961. 159 p. [Signet Classics CD57] Inscribed: "Eddie Schwartz. Erskine Caldwell. Dec, 13, 1978" First Signet Classic Edition, July 1961.
  65. Georgia Boy and other stories. New York: Avon Book Company, 1946. 164 p. [Avon Modern Short Story Monthly no. 30]
  66. "The Georgia Cracker." In The Haldeman-Julius Monthly, vol. IV, no. 6. Nov. 1926 pp. 39-42.
  67. God's Little Acre. New York: The Viking Press, 1933. 303 p. Caldwell's signature on card laid in.
  68. God's Little Acre. With a new introduction by the author. New York: The Modern Library, 1934. 303 p. [Modern Library 51]
  69. God's Little Acre. New York: Penguin Books, 1947. 183 p. [Penguin Books 581] Seventh printing Jan 1947.
  70. God's Little Acre. New York: The New American Library, 1961. 160 p. [Signet Books D2289] Fifty-fifth printing. Two copies.
  71. God's Little Acre. New York: The New American Library, 1961. [Signet Books P3246] Fifty-seventh printing.
  72. God's Little Acre. Illustrated by Milton Glaser. new York: Farrar, Strauss and Cuhady, 1962. 218 p. Illustrated. First printing of this illustrated edition, 1962.
  73. God's Little Acre. new York: New American Library, 1976. 160 p. Inscribed: "To Edward P. Schwartz. Dear Eddie - Sorry can't give you the 1933 first edition so please accept this first edition of 1976 - Erskine Caldwell January 1976" Copy two. Signed by the author on half-title.
  74. God's Little Acre. Savannah, Georgia: The Beehive Press, 1977. 211 p. Illustrated. Illustrated with documentary photographs from the archives of the Farm Security Administration at the Library of Congress.
  75. God's Little Acre. Illustrated by Harry Schaare. A limited edition. Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: The Franklin Library, 1979. 224 p. Illustrated. "This limited edition of God's Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell has been privately printed and individually signed by the author."
  76. Gretta. Boston: Little, Brown, 1955. 242 p.
  77. Gretta. New York: New American Library, 1955. 144 p. [Signet Books D2750] Thirteenth printing.
  78. Gretta. New York: New American Library, 1956. 144 p. [Signet Books 1342] First printing Oct 1956.
  79. Gretta, unabridged. London: Pan Books Ltd, 1959. 155 p. [Great Pan G219] Second printing 1959.
  80. Erskine Caldwell's Gulf Coast Stories. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1956. 248 p.
  81. Erskine Caldwell's Gulf Coast Stories. New York: The New American Library, 1957. 168 p. [Signet Books S1430] First printing Aug 1957.
  82. Gulf Coast Stories. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1965. 168 p. [MacFadden Books 60-231]
  83. Haute Tension a Palmetto. Préface d'Yves Berger. Traduit de l'Américain par Anne Villelaun. Paris: Pierre Belfond, 1981. 221 p. Presses Pocket 1985] French translation of Episode in Palmetto.
  84. "L'Homme de Dieu." Traduit par Georges Magnane. In L'Arbalète Revue de LitteratureL'Arbalète Revue de Litterature, no. 9, Autumn 1944. pp. 39-50.
  85. A House in the Uplands. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 19465. 238 p. First ed.
  86. A House in the Uplands. new York: The New American Library, 1948. 142 p. [Signet Books 686] Second printing Dec 1948.
  87. A House in the Uplands. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 127 p. [Signet Books S1774] Twenty-second printing.
  88. "How to Live Like an Author." In New World Writing #15. New York: The New American Library of World Literature, 1959. pp. 152-158
  89. The Humorous Side of Erskine Caldwell. An anthology, selected and with an introduction by Robert Cantwell. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1951. 253 p.
  90. The Humorous Side of Erskine Caldwell. An anthology. Edited and with an introduction by Robert Cantwell. New York: New American Library, 1951. 224 p. [Signet Books 899] First printing Oct 1951.
  91. In Defense of Myself. Palaemon Broadside number 33. 1982. "This facsimile reprint edition is limited to 126 copies: 100 numbered copies are for public sale and twenty-six lettered copies are for the use of Mr. Caldwell and the publisher. In Defense of Myself first appeared in a pricately printed edition in 1929. This is copy 'H'."
  92. "In Memory of Judith Courtright." In The Best from Manhunt. Selected and with introductions by Scott and Sidney Meredith. New York: Permabook, 1958. pp. 75-85.
  93. In Search of Bisco. new York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1965. 219 p. Second printing. Inscribed: "Eddie Schwartz will rent this copy for $1.00 per day - Erskine Caldwell."
  94. In Search of Bisco. New York: Pocket Books, 1966. 184 p. [Pocket Books 75117] First printing Feb 1966.
  95. Jackpot: the short stories of Erskine Caldwell. Garden City, New York: The Sun Dial Press, 1940. 756 p.
  96. Jackpot: the short stories of Erskine Caldwell. Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, 1948. 756 p. World Reprint Edition, first printing, March 1948.
  97. Jenny by nature. New York: Farar, Straus and Cuhady, 1961. 215 p. Inscribed: "To - Edward Schwartz as a memento for your friendship and with all my Thanks - Erskine Caldwell"
  98. Jenny by Nature. New York: The New American Library, 1962. 143 p. [Signet Books D2121] First printing May 1962
  99. Jenny toute Nue. Paris: Gallimard, 1962. 245 p. [Folio 907] Date "1974" added to bottom of title by Caldwell. Inscribed: "Eddie S - If reading too much English makes you dizzy in the head, switch to French for a while - Erskine" French translation of Jenny by Nature.
  100. Journeyman. New York: Viking Press, 1935. 195 9. "Fourteen hundred seventy-five numbered copies have been distributed for sale and the type has been distributed. Copy no. 966."
  101. Journeyman. New York: Viking Press, 1938. 234 p. Limited edition published Jan 1935. First revised edition Jan 1938.
  102. Journeyman. New York: The New American Library, 1951. 137 p. [Signet Books 646] Twenty-third printing.
  103. Kneel to the Rising Sun, and other stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: Viking Press, 1935. 246 p.
  104. Kneel to the Rising Sun, and other stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: Viking Press, 1935. 246 p. "This is copy 167 of a signed first edition limited to three hundred copes of which two hundred eighty-five are for sale. Erskine Caldwell."
  105. "Kneel to the Rising Sun." In The Avon Annual 1946, pp. 145-164.
  106. Kneel to the Rising Sun, and other stories. London: Heinemann, 1961. 246 p.
  107. Kneel to the Rising Sun, and other stories. New York: The New American Library, 1961. 144 p. [Signet Books D1998] Fifth printing.
  108. A Lamp for Nightfall. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce; Boston: Little, Brown, 1952. 211 p.
  109. A Lamp for Nightfall. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 127 p. [Signet Books S1672] Third printing October 1959.
  110. A Lamp for Nightfall. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications Inc., 1972. 144 p. [Fawcett Gold Medal T2523]
  111. The Last Night of Summer. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Co., 1963. 178 p.
  112. The Last Night of Summer. New York: The New American Library, 1964. 128 p. [Signet Books D2451] First printing April 1964.
  113. Love and Money. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce; Boston/Toronto: Little, Brown, 1954. 244 p.
  114. Love and Money. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 149 p. [Signet Books S1759] Tenth printing.
  115. "Luftwaffe Over Moscow." In They Were There: the story of World War II and how it came about by America's foremost correspondents. Ed. Curt Reiss. New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1944. pp. 308-311.
  116. "Man and Woman." In Prize Stories. The O. Henry Awards. Selected and edited by Harry Hansen. New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1938. pp. 153-159. Boxed.
  117. "The Man Who Looked Like Himself." In Avon Modern Short Story Monthly, no. 28, 1946. pp. 52-56.
  118. Masses of Men. In Years of Protest: a collection of American writings of the 1930s. Ed. jack Salzman. new York: Pegasus, 1967. pp. 50-59.
  119. "Maud Island." In The Great American Parade. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 99. 537-583.
  120. "Maud Island." In The Great American Parade. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1939. pp. 537-583.
  121. Miss Mamma Aimee. New York: New American Library, 1967. 210 p.
  122. Miss Mamma Aimee. New York: The New American Library, 1967. 191 p. [Signet Books T3313] First printing Nov 1967.
  123. "The Negro in the Well." In The Avon Annual 1944, pp. 105-110.
  124. "The Negro in the Well." In The Romantic South. Edited and with an introduction and commentary by Harnett T. Kane. New York: Coward-McCann, 1961. pp. 30-32.
  125. "Parties Unknown in Georgia." In New Masses: an anthology of the rebel thirties. Edited with a prologue by Joseph North; introduction by Maxwell Geismar. New York: International, 1969. pp. 137-141.
  126. (People). In Time, vol. 80, no. 18 Nov. 2, 1962. p. 44.
  127. "The People vs. Abe Lathan, Colored." In Esquire, vol. XII, no. 2, whole no. 69. August 1939. pp. 26-27, 145.
  128. "The People vs. Abe Lathan, Colored." In American Short Stories. Selected and with notes by Begnt Jürgensen. København: J. H. Shultz Forlag, 1952. pp. 39-48.
  129. Place Called Estherville. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1949. 244 p. First edition. Signed by author on half-title.
  130. Place Called Estherville. New York: The New American Library, 1952. 189 p. [Signet Books 918] First printing January 1952.
  131. Place Called Estherville. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 158 p. [Signet Books S1623] Sixth printing March 1959.
  132. Place Called Estherville. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1965. 158 p. [MB Books 50-229] First printing Jan 1965.
  133. The Pocket Book of Erskine Caldwell Stories. Thirty-one representative stories selected and introduced with a critical foreword by Henry Seidel Canby. New York: Pocket Books Inc., 1947. 312 p. [Pocket Books 392] Fifth printing Oct 1947.
  134. Poor Fool. Pictures by Alexander Couard. New York: Rariora Press, 1930. 186 p. Illustrated. "Of this, the first limited edition of Poor Fool, one thousand copies have been printed. ... This is number 372."
  135. Un P'tit Gars de Géorgiw. Traduit de l'Americain et préfacé par Louis-Marcel Raymond. Roman. Paris: Gallimard, 1949. French translation of Georgia Boy. "Il a été tiré cet ouvrage, sous la couverture de la collection Du Monde Entier, deux cent exemplaires sur vélin pur fil Lofuma Navarre, dont deux cents numérotés I à CC et cinq, hors commerce, marqués de A à E. Exemplaire LVII."
  136. "The Rumor." In 50 Great American Short Stories. Edited and with an introduction by Milton Crane. New York: Bantam, 1965. pp. 356-362.
  137. The Sacrilege of Alan Kent. Wood engravings by Ralph Frizzell. Portland, Maine: Falmouth Book House, 1936. 56 p. Illustrated.
  138. The Sacrilege of Alan Kent. Wood engravings by Ralph Frizzell. Portland, Maine: Falmouth Book House, 1936. 56 p. Illustrated. "Three hundred copies... printed. This is copu number 25." Signed by the author.
  139. The Sacrilege of Alan Kent; a novella, with two complete novels. New York: New American Library, 1958. 176 p. [Signet Books S1497] First printing April 1958. Contains: The Sacrilege of Alan Kent; The Bastard; The Poor Fool.
  140. "Saturday Afternoon." In A Treasury of Short Stories; favorites of the past hundred years from Turgenev to Thurber, from Balzac to Hemingway, with biographical sketches of the authors. Ed. Bernardine Kielty. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947. pp. 823-827.
  141. Say, This Is the USA. By Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1941. 182 p. Illustrated.
  142. Six Short Stories. Edited with notes by Toshio Kobayashi, Hisakazu Ikeda and Eiichi Suzuki. Tokyo: Bunri Do Ltd., 1973. 56 p. [Bunri BE 162] Introduction in Japanese. Notes to the text in a separate pamphlet inserted, text in Japanese. 20 p.
  143. "Softly in Maine." In Scribner's Magazine, vol. 93 no. 6, June 1933. pp. 6-7.
  144. Some American People. New York: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1935. 266 p.
  145. Some American People. New York: R. M. McBride & co, 1935.
  146. [Japanese title] Some American People. Tokyo: Jicho Sha, 1981. 182 p. Japanese translation of Some American People.
  147. Southways: stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: Viking Press, 1938. 206 p. Copy two. Presentation copy: To Margaret Sateren from Erskine Caldwell."
  148. Southways. New York: The New American Library, 1952. 141 p. [Signet Books 933] First printing July 1952.
  149. Southways: stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 128 p. [Signet Books S1734] Fourth printing Oct 1960.
  150. Stories by Erskine Caldwell. Twenty-four representative stories selected and introduced with a critical foreward by Henry Seidel Canby. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1944. 236 p. "Second large printing."
  151. Stories by Erskine Caldwell. Twenty-four representative stories selected and introduced with a critical foreward by Henry Seidel Canby. New York: Editions for the Armed Forces Inc., 1944. 350 p. [Armed Services Edition P19]
  152. Stories from Georgia Boy and Maud Island. New York: Avon Book Company, 1947. 127 p. [Avon 134]
  153. Stories of Life North and South; selections from the best short stories of Erskine Caldwell. Chosen by Edward Connery Lathem. New York: Dodd, Mean, 1983. 264 p.
  154. Summertime Island. new York: The World Publishing Company, 1968. 183 p. Inscribed: "To: Edward P. Schwartz. Dear Eddie - This copy is herewith defaced. The purpose is to have it be your personal property so that so-call friends can't barrow [sic] it and then sell it somewhere for a measely quarter - your friend Erskine Caldwell"
  155. Summertime Island. New York: The New American Library, 1969. 159 p. [Signet Books T3959] First printing August 1969.
  156. The Sure Hand of God. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947. 243 p.
  157. The Sure Hand of God. New York: The New American Library, 1947. 142 p. [Signet Books D2604] Eighteenth printing.
  158. The Sure Hand of God. New York: The New American Library, 1970. [A Signet Novel T4253] Twentieth printing. Inscribed: "For Edward P. Schwartz. Dear Eddie: For toy I desecrate title pages because these days the pub. guys don't put in the bastard title pg. for us to write on. Erskine Caldwell. Re-issue: may 1970"
  159. The Sure Hand of God. London: Heinemann, 1958. 199 p.
  160. The Sure Hand of God. New York: The New American Library, 1958. 142 p. [Signet Books S1589] Seventeenth printing Oct 1958.
  161. A Swell-looking Girl. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications Inc., n.d. 160 p. [Fawcett Gold Medal T2603] Original title: American Earth.
  162. A Swell-looking Girl. New York: The New American Library, 1950. 144 p. [Signet Books 818] First printing Oct 1950. Original title: American Earth.
  163. "A Swell Looking Girl." In Great Tales of the Deep South. With an introduction by Malcolm Cowley. New York: Lion Library Editions, 1955. pp. 13-16.
  164. A Swell-looking Girl. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 128 p. [Signet Books S1739] Original title: American Earth. Eleventh printing.
  165. A Swell-looking Girl. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1965. 128 p. [MB Books 50-230] Original title: American Earth. First printing Jan 1965.
  166. Tenant Farmer. New York: Phalanx Press, 1935. 30 p. Signed by the author on the title page.
  167. Tenant Farmer. New York City: Phalanx Press, 1935.
  168. This Very Earth. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948. 254 p. First edition.
  169. This Very Earth. London: Heinemann, 1959. 208 p.
  170. This Very Earth. New York: The New American Library, 1961. 143 p. [Signet Books S1564] Twelfth printing.
  171. "To the Chaparral." In Esquire, vol. XL, no. 6, whole no. 241. Dec 1953. pp. 151, 236-237.
  172. Tobacco Road. new York: Scribner, 1932. 241 p. Signed on the half-title: "Frank W-----? This is an authentic signature, but where did it come from? Erskine Caldwell."
  173. Tobacco Road. New York: Scribner, 1932. 241 p. 20 cm.
  174. Tobacco Road. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1932. 241 p. "The unabridged edition of Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell with a new preface by the author." --dust jacket
  175. Tobacco Road. London: The Cresset Press, 1933. 243 p.
  176. Tobacco Road. New York: The Modern Library, 1947. 241 p. [Modern Library 249] First Modern Library edition, 1947.
  177. Tobacco Road. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1948. 241 p. "The Autograph Edition."
  178. Tobacco Road. With illustrations by David Fredenthal. New York: The New American Library,l 1954. 182 p. Illustrated. [Signet Books 627] Twenty-seventh printing, June 1954.
  179. Tobacco Road. With illustrations by David Fredenthal. New York: The New American Library,l 1958. 159 p. Illustrated. [Signet Books S627] Twenty-ninth printing, Aug 1958.
  180. Tobacco Road. With illustrations by David Fredenthal. New York: The New American Library,l 1954. 159 p. Illustrated. [A Signet Modern Classic 451-CW985]
  181. Tobacco Road. With photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. Savannah, GA: The Beehive Press, 1974. 184 p. Illustrated.
  182. Tobacco Road. Cambridge, MA: Robert Bentley, 1978. 186 p. "Reprint of the 1974 printing of the first edition published in 1955 by Heinemann, London."
  183. The Final Chapter of Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell. Boston: David Godine, 1972. Unpaged. Facsimile. "Number one in a series of manuscript facsimiles published in collaboration with the Dartmouth College Library by David Godine, Boston, 1972." Limited to one thousand copies.
  184. Tragic Ground. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1944. 237 p.
  185. Tragic Ground. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1944. 237 p. "The issuance of this complete and unabridge [sic] new edition at a low price is made possible by use of the same plates made for the original edition and acceptance by the author of a reduce royalty." - dust jacket flap.
  186. Tragic Ground. New York: New American Library, 1948. 138 p. [Signet Books 661] Sixth printing, Aug 1948.
  187. Tragic Ground. new York: New American Library, 1957. 128 p. [Signet Books 661] Twenty-sixth printing, June 1957.
  188. Tragic Ground. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 128 p. [Signet Books S1611] Twenty-ninth printing.
  189. Trouble in July. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940. 241 p.
  190. Trouble in July. New York: New American Library, 1940. 128 p. [Signet Books T4331] Fortieth printing.
  191. Trouble in July. New York: The New American Library, 1949. 139 p. [Signet Books 567] Twenty-seventh printing. Dec 1949.
  192. Trouble in July. New York: New American Library, 1956. 128 p. [Signet Books 567] Thirty-third printing. Sept 1956.
  193. Trouble in July. New York: The New American Library, 1958. 128 p. [Signet Books S1608] Thirty-sixth printing, Dec 1958.
  194. Trouble in July. Savannah: The Beehive Press, 1977. 159 p. Illustrated. Printed at the Stinehour Press, Lunenburg. Vermont.
  195. [untitled] In A Salute to Clifton Waller Barrett on his eightieth from friends and admirers. Charlottesville, VA: June 1 1981. pp. 10-11.
  196. Vagueando pela América. Tradução de Maria de Lourdes Pimentel Baeta. n.p. Editora Ulisseia, 1966. 198 p. Illustrated. [Editoria Ulisseia, Varia, 11] Inscribed: "For Edward P. Schwartz from one of his many friends - Erskine Caldwell" "Eddie Schwartz introduced and explained to curious Brazilians - see pages 75-78. EC VC" Portuguese edition of Around About America.
  197. La Via del Tabacco. Torino: Euroclub, 1980. 203 p. Italian translation of Tobacco Road.
  198. Les Voies du Seigneur. Traduit de l'Américain par Robert Merle. Paris: Gallimard, 1950. 240 p. French translation of Journeyman. "Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage, sous la couvertur de la collection Du Mond Entier, deux cent cinq exemplaires sur vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre, dont deux cents numérotés de 1 a 200 et cinz, hors commerce, marqués de A à E. Exemplaire 116."
  199. "Warm River." In Stories of Sudden Truth. Ed. Joseph Greene and Elizabeth Abell. new York: Ballantine Books, 1953. pp. 247-255.
  200. We Are the Living. Brief stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: Viking Press, 1933. 264 p. "This first edition of We Are the Living is limited to two hundred fifty copies printed on all-rag paper. This copy is number 44."
  201. We Are the Living. Brief stories by Erskine Caldwell. New York: The Viking Press, 1933. 264 p. Inscribed: "To Edward 'Eddie' Schwartz all good wishes Erskine Caldwell" Second printing.
  202. We Are the Living. New York: The New American Library, 1959. 144 p. [Signet Books S1735] Second printing.
  203. The Weather Shelter. New York: The World Publishing Company, 1969. 190 p. Inscribed: For: Edward P. Schwartz. Dear Eddie: I'll never be able to write books as fast as you can read them and so this one will just have to do for a while - Best to you - Erskine Caldwell." Signed by Erskine Caldwell.
  204. The Weather Shelter. New York: The World Publishing Company, 1969. 189 p. [An NAL book] Uncorrected proof copy.
  205. The Weather Shelter. New York: New American Library, 1970. 143 p. [Signet Books T4312] First printing August 1970.
  206. When You Think of Me. With illustrations by Louis Macouillard. Boston: Little, Brown, 1959. 194 p. Illustrated. Signed by the author on half-title.
  207. When You Think of Me. With illustrations by Louis Macouillard. New York: The New American Library, 1960. 128 p. [Signet Books S1839] First printing November 1960.
  208. Where the Girls Were Different, and other stories. new York: Avon Publishing Co., Inc., 1948. 151 p. [Avon Books 151]
  209. Where the Girls Were Different. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1965. 192 p. [MacFadden Books 60-128] First printing May 1965.
  210. "The Windfall." In The Story Pocket Book. Ed. Whit Burnett. new York: Pocket Books, 1945. pp. 94-111.
  211. "The Windfall." In Story: the fiction of the forties. As edited by Whit and Hallie Burnett. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1949. pp. 189-205.
  212. A Woman in the House. New York: The New American Library, 1949. 142 p. [Signet Books 705] First printing February 1949.
  213. A Woman in the House. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1964. 143 p. [MacFadden Books 50-228] First printing October 1964.
  214. "World's most popular author: Erskine Caldwell discusses his life and work with Carvel Collins." In Books and Bookmen, vol. 4 no. 1 [Oct 1958] pp. 22-23.
  215. Writing in America. New York: Phaedra Publishers, 1967. 133 p.
  216. "Yellow Girl." In The World's Best... Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Dial. 1950. pp. 237-247.
  217. "You Have Seen Their Faces." In The Atlantic, vol. 160 vol. 5 [Nov 1937] pp. 617-627.
  218. You Have Seen Their Faces. By Erskine Caldwell and Margaret Bourke-White. New York: The Viking Press, 1937. 190 p. Illustrated.
  219. You Have Seen Their Faces. Text by Erskine Caldwell and photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. n.p. Derbibooks Inc., 1975. 190 p. Illustrated.
  220. You Have Seen Their Faces. Text by Erskine Caldwell and photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. n.p. Arno Press Books, 1975. 190 p. Illustrated. Inscribed: "For Edward P. Schwartz. Dear Eddie - This is for the time when you'd rather look at pictures than read another word - Erskine Caldwell. Oct. 1, 1975, Dunedin."
  221. [Kirkland, Jack] Tobacco Road. A three act play by Jack Kirkland, from the novel by Erskine Caldwell. Introduction by Erskine Caldwell. New York: MacFadden-Bartell, 1966. 143 p. [MacFadden Books, 75-113]
  222. [Kirkland, Jack] Tobacco Road. A three act play by Jack Kirkland, from the novel by Erskine Caldwell. With a new introduction by Erskine Caldwell. New York: The New American Library, 1952. 141 p. [Signet Books 978]
  223. [Rice, John Andrew] Local Color. Foreword by Erskine Caldwell. New York: Dell, 1955. 160 p. [Dell First Edition 71] Contents by Caldwell: "Foreword", pp. 7-8.
  224. A salute to Clifton Waller Barrett on his eightieth from friends and admirers. Charlottesville, Virginia: June 1, 1981. Unpaged. Contents by Caldwell: untitled, pp. 10-11.
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    ABOUT CALDWELL

  226. File folder of clippings, offprints, reviews, etc. of Caldwell.
  227. Anonymous. Review of Erskine Caldwell's Trouble in July. In The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 165, no. 4 [April 1940] p. 26.
  228. Anonymous. "Books - briefly noted - fiction." Review of Erskine Caldwell's The Sure Hand of God. In The New Yorker, vol. 23 no. 27 [Nov. 1 1947] pp. 109-110.
  229. Anonymous. Review of "Around About America." In Clyde, vol. 1 no. 4 [Jan 1965] pp. 9, 11.
  230. Anonymous. Review of Erskine Caldwell's The Weather Shelter. In Choice, vol. 7 no. 4 [June 1970] p. 540.
  231. Cohn, David L. Review of Erskine Caldwell's You Have Seen Their Faces. In The Atlantic, vol. 161 no. 2 [Feb 1938] pp. 21-23.
  232. Finkelstein, Sidney. "What's happened to Erskine Caldwell?" In Masses & Mainstream, vol. 5 no. 8 [August 1952] pp. 59-64.
  233. Hardwick, Elizabeth. "Fiction Chronicle." Review of Caldwell's A House in the Uplands. In Partisan Review, vol. 13 no. 3 [Summer 1946] p. 386.
  234. Heuermann, Hartmut. Erskine Caldwell's short stories: Studien zum amerikanischen Neo-Naturalismus. Bern: Helmut Lang; Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1974. 150 p. [Mainzer Studien zur Amerikanistik, Band 4]
  235. Kelly, Richard. "Fifty years since Tobacco Road: an interview with Erskine Caldwell." by Richard Kelly and Marcia Pankake. In Southwest Review, vol. 69 no. 1 [Winter 1984] pp. 33-47. Inscribed by Marcia Pankake.
  236. Korges, James. Erskine Caldwell. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969. 48 p. [University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers, no. 78] Inscribed: "To Eddie S[chwartz]"
  237. Le Livre Hongrois. Petits Pays, Grands Littératures? [Small Countries, Great Literatures?] Une enquête internationale du Livre Hongrois. [An international inquiry of the Hungarian Book Review.] Introduction par Iván Boldizsár. Budapest: Hungarian Publishers and Booksellers Association, 1979. 87 p. Contents by Caldwell: p. 14.
  238. Pages: The World of Books, Writers and Writing. Matthew J. Bruccoli, editorial director; C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., managing editor. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1976. 304 p. Illustrated. Contents about Caldwell: "Georgia Boy: a retrospect of Erskine Caldwell," by Malcom Cowley. pp. 62-73.
  239. Pembroke Magazine, number 11, 1979. Pages 1-185 devoted to articles on Erskine Cladwell. Includes "Candy-man Beechum" by Caldwell, pp. 3-5.
  240. Sutton, William A. Black Like it Is/Was: Erskine Caldwell's treatment of racial themes. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, 1974. 164 p. Inscribed: "Eddie Schwartz - If you want to ignore something about me - ask me and don't believe everything sombody [sic] else says about me - Erskine Caldwell"