8. With Other Writers
22.1 Anon. (Ed.) Poems of the Great War Chatto & Windus London 1914 Published for the Prince of Wales National Relief Fund. Pamphlet. Price 1/-.
22.1 Asquith, Cynthia & Bigland, Eileen (Eds.) Princess Elizabeth Gift Book Hodder & Stoughton London 1935 Includes 'Ham and the Porcupine' illustrated by Paul Bloomfield.

Balestier, Wolcott See Rudyard Kipling, The Naulahka.

22.1 Balfour and Kipling The Art of Fiction J.A.Allen & Co. London 1926 Pamphlet containing speeches given to the Royal Society of Literature. See (SS36) Various, The Kipling Index, etc.

Bigland, Eileen (Ed.) See Cynthia Asquith, Princess Elizabeth Gift Book.

22.1 Bland-Sutton, Sir John The Story of a Surgeon Methuen & Co. London 1930 Preamble by Kipling in mock antique manner.
22.1 Bordeaux, Henry Guynemer - Knight of the Air Chatto & Windus London 1918 Translated by Louise Morgan Sill. Introductory letter from Kipling.
22.1 Bullen, Frank T. The Cruise of the 'Cachalot' John Murray London 1928 First published in 1898 and much reprinted. Letter from Kipling.
22.1 Cave, Estella Ant Antics John Murray London 1933 Illustrated by author. Includes Limerick by Kipling.
22.1 Chesterton, G.K. (Ed.) Essays by Divers Hands Oxford Univ. Press London 1926 Centenary book for the Royal Society of Literature. Includes Kipling's speech on receiving Gold Medal.
22.1 Chevrillon, André Britain and the War
Preface by Rudyard Kipling.
25.1 Cotton, Capt. H. The Legion Book (OS) Cassell & Co. London 1930 Includes first appearance of 'The English Way'.

De La Mare, Walter See Kipling & De La Mare, St Andrews.

22.2 Fletcher, C.R.L & Kipling A History of England Clarendon Press Oxford 1911 Illustrated by Henry Ford. Original blue cloth. First edition. Two copies.
22.2 Fletcher, C.R.L & Kipling A School History of England Clarendon Press Oxford 1911 Illustrated by Henry Ford. First edition.
22.2 Hillman, A & Skeat, Walter W. Salam - The Mouse Deer Macmillan & Co. London 1938 Letter from Kipling. Illustrated by Barbara Shaw.
22.2 Humières, Vicomte Robert d' Through Isle and Empire Heinemann London 1905 Translated by Alexandre Texeina de Mallor. Prefatory letter by Kipling.
25.1 Jerome, Jerome K. (Ed.) Today (OS) W.A.Dunkerly London 1894 Journal in two volumes with contributions from Kipling, Stevenson, Zangwill, Bret Hart,etc.
22.2 Jerome, Jerome K. (Intro.) My First Book Chatto & Windus London 1894 Essays by twenty-two writers including Kipling, Besant, Haggard, Hart, Stevenson & Zangwill. Signed by Kipling under his portrait.
22.2 Kipling and Balestier The Naulahka - A Story of West and East Heinemann London 1892 First edition. Original red cloth.
74 Kipling and Balestier The Naulahka - A Story of West and East Macmillan & Co. London 1928
22.2 Kipling and De La Mare St. Andrews - Two poems A.& C.Black London 1923 Illustrated by Malcolm Patterson.
22.2 Kipling, Rudyard et al Great Speeches of the War Hazell, Watson & Viney London 1915 Includes Mansion House speech of 27 January 1915.
22.2 Kipling, Rudyard et al Souvenir of 8th. Submarine Flotilla Maidstone Magazine
1915 First publication and original text of 'The Trade' & 'Farewell and adieu to you fair Harwich ladies'.
22.2 Kipling, Rudyard et al War Graves and the Empire Times Newspapers London 1928 Reprint of special supplement of 'The Times' of 10/11/28. Article on p.4 attributed to Kipling.

Kipling, Rudyard See also André Chevrillon, Britain and the War & C.R.L.Fletcher, A History of England.

Landon, Perceval (Ed.) See John Parmenter, Helio-Tropes.

25.1 Lawrence, Sir Walter R. The India We Served (OS) Cassell & Co. London 1928 With introductory letter by Kipling.
22.2 Maitland, Air-Com. E.M. The Log of H.M.A. R 34 Hodder & Stoughton London
Letter from Kipling.
22.2 Parmenter, John Helio-Tropes or New Poesies for Sundials Methuen & Co. London 1904 First published in 1625, edited by Perceval Landon. Short Kipling verse. Harbord bookplate.
25.1 Profeit, R.A. (Ed.) Under Lochnagar (OS) Taylor & Hordern Aberdeen 1894 A fund-raiser for Crathie Church with some 140 full pages of national advertising. A poem by Kipling is followed by a picture of a ghillie by Doré.

Skeat, Walter W. See A.Hillman, Salam - The Mouse Deer.

22.2 Stephens, Winifred (Editor) The Book of France Macmillan & Co. London
A bilingual Anglo-French literary fund-raiser with a number of distinguished contributors. Divers illustrations. ca.1917.