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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
Bibliography: XVII
Cat Stories, retold from St. Nicholas (edited by M. H. Carter); Century Co.; New York; 1904. On P. 4 is a letter from Mark Twain, reprinted from St. Nicholas, where it was addressed to Edwin Wildman. Illustrated with drawings and photographs.   1
  Pender, Mrs. Frederick W.: Cats and Kittens, compiled and arranged, and original poems by Mrs. F. W. P.; Edgar S. Werner and Co.; New York; 1906. This is No. 35 of Werner’s Readings and Recitations. Illustrated with drawings and photographs.   2
  Repplier, Agnes: The Cat: being a record of the endearments and invectives lavished by many writers upon an animal much loved and much abhorred; collected, translated, and arranged by Agnes Repplier; Sturgis and Walton; New York; 1912. Illustrated by Elisabeth F. Bonsall.   3
  Tomson, Graham R. (Mrs. Rosamund Ball Marriott Watson): Concerning Cats: a book of poems by many authors; T. Fisher Unwin; London; 1892. Illustrations by Arthur Tomson (W. Ball). The American edition was issued by the Frederick A. Stokes Co. the same year.   4
  Van Vechten, Carl: Lords of the Housetops: thirteen cat tales; Alfred A. Knopf; New York; 1921.   5



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