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Gruger, Frederic Rodrigo National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Gruger, Frederic Rodrigo, 1871-1953 Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

Gruger, F.R. (Frederic Rodrigo), 1871-1953 National Library of the Netherlands

Gruger, Frederic Rodrigo (American illustrator, 1871-1953) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 265915683 (Personal)

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And I sat right down again and stayed there -- watching that door as if I expected the devil to pop out of it Library of Congress/NACO
Angela's business Sudoc [ABES], France
As he grew better he talked to me of my own life Library of Congress/NACO
The biography of a million dollars Library of Congress/NACO
The calico cat Library of Congress/NACO
Chester just sat there with his mouth open Library of Congress/NACO
The daughter of a magnate Library of Congress/NACO
Dick could hardly wait to get at these figures Library of Congress/NACO
Didn't I tell you so? said Zetta Library of Congress/NACO
Do as I tell you : if you'll go there'll be no trouble Library of Congress/NACO
I don't know a thing more than you do Library of Congress/NACO
I felt you owed me something -- Library of Congress/NACO
For six months I dogged that old German's steps Library of Congress/NACO
Friend of my heart, I love you! Library of Congress/NACO
Get-rich-quick Wallingford : a cheerful account of the rise and fall of an American business buccaneer Library of Congress/NACO
The golden age ... 1978 (subj.) National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
The golden age of American illustration : F. R. Gruger and his circle Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
Gone -- gone is my poached egg, my pipe, my dreams Library of Congress/NACO
Good morning, Judge Priest, could I speak with you in private a minute? Library of Congress/NACO
I guess he's going in for a little alimony Library of Congress/NACO
The guillotine club : and other stories Library of Congress/NACO
Guthrie of the Times : a story of success Library of Congress/NACO
Have the old furniture repaired : if you can't, split it into kindling wood Library of Congress/NACO
He began to hang around the mansion house Library of Congress/NACO
He swung into the reception room -- Library of Congress/NACO
He would work at anything, night and day, like a madman! Library of Congress/NACO
He's grumpy because you cut him out with Corry Kaley Library of Congress/NACO
Hold it up a little for us : don't give it out to the newspapers until after we're through here Library of Congress/NACO
Honest, a tenspot looks to me like it had seven ciphers to it Library of Congress/NACO
[I hope you'll find--what you're looking for] Library of Congress/NACO
How doth the simple spelling bee Library of Congress/NACO
I'd like to see you, was penciled on the back Library of Congress/NACO
If I wanted a favor I always asked exactly what it was going to cost -- and I always got the favor Library of Congress/NACO
If you're going to raise milk which has to be sterilized, I don't want it Library of Congress/NACO
In our town Sudoc [ABES], France
It was as if the summons had come from out of the grave Library of Congress/NACO
It's you he wants -- you're going to marry him -- do you understand? Library of Congress/NACO
Jack Spurlock, prodigal, 1908: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Just around the corner : romance en casserole Library of Congress/NACO
Look here, I want you to buy some stock for me Library of Congress/NACO
Look here -- you know Varick, don't you -- Library of Congress/NACO
The man is a paranoiac : he should be at once confined in an asylum for the criminal insane Library of Congress/NACO
Manslaughter Library of Congress/NACO
The married life of the Frederic Carrolls Sudoc [ABES], France
May God bless her an' may sorrer never touch her! Library of Congress/NACO
Milo Brant had a feeling that he was lonesome and afraid Library of Congress/NACO
My patrons arrived in groups, couples or singly Library of Congress/NACO
No woman believes she really needs a lawyer Library of Congress/NACO
Old Gorgon Graham : more letters from a self-made merchant to his son National Library of the Netherlands
On top of that I had a run-in with the Swede for selling whisky to them poor Injin boys Library of Congress/NACO
A pair of peering eyes were staring at her from the window Library of Congress/NACO
Pincus Hood Library of Congress/NACO
Poe's "Raven" in an elevator : and other tales : being the third edition of More cheerful Americans Library of Congress/NACO
Pshaw! nothing crooked about drawing a will, is there? Library of Congress/NACO
Real boys; being the doings of Plupy, Beany, Pewt, Puzzy, Whack, Bug, Skinny, Chick, Pop, Pile, and some of the girls Library of Congress/NACO
The Red Cross girl Library of Congress/NACO
The red geranium : together with My son and The case of Mathews Library of Congress/NACO
Remember, Thomas, that you must have no condition at the end of the term Library of Congress/NACO
Rich man, poor man Library of Congress/NACO
Ruggles of Red Gap Sudoc [ABES], France
The ruins of the Abbey of Jumieges Library of Congress/NACO
Say, have you seen my brief in the Kuffer case? he demanded triumphantly Library of Congress/NACO
Say, yourself, your mouth's open Library of Congress/NACO
Seeing England with Uncle John Library of Congress/NACO
[Servant conversing with seated woman in muff reading by fireplace] Library of Congress/NACO
Shoestrings Library of Congress/NACO
"A smile a minute" Library of Congress/NACO
Somewhere in Red Gap Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
Stover at Yale Library of Congress/NACO
Take that Jackal and kick him into the street Library of Congress/NACO
The thankful Spicers Library of Congress/NACO
There had passed back and forth between them certain documents -- Library of Congress/NACO
They've got the respectability of a big solid concern to wrap themselves and their rottenness in -- Library of Congress/NACO
Too chary of their complexions to brave the sun Library of Congress/NACO
The treasure Library of Congress/NACO
Trolley folly Library of Congress/NACO
Warrior the untamed : the story of an imaginative press agent Library of Congress/NACO
Went down! down! muttered a man named Shively Library of Congress/NACO
What is it? he wheezed Library of Congress/NACO
When a man goes to fight for France, France leaps to meet him Library of Congress/NACO
Where, in the name of Chaucer, did you get this comprehension -- of life? Library of Congress/NACO
The whip hand : a tale of the pine country Library of Congress/NACO
With Captain Buck Owings and with Sheriff Giles Birdsong he was closeted perhaps ten minutes Library of Congress/NACO
[Woman signing document in office while younger woman and seated man watch] Library of Congress/NACO
The wrong twin Library of Congress/NACO
Ye'll be after taking my darlin's away from me? Library of Congress/NACO
Yes, Sour-dough's right, that Earl just hates the sight of her Library of Congress/NACO
Yes, this is Davenport Carstairs Library of Congress/NACO
You brass trumpet! Library of Congress/NACO

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