Crandell, Rachel. : Something about the author. Volume 152 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Susan Strickland, project editor.
Crandon, John, -- Early works to 1800. : Rich. Baxters Apology against the modest exceptions of Mr T. Blake. And the digression of Mr G. Kendall. : Whereunto is added animadversions on a late dissertation of Ludiomæus Colvinus, aliàs, Ludovicus Molinæus, M. Dr Oxon. And an admonition of Mr W. Eyre of Salisbury. With Mr Crandon's anatomy for satisfaction of Mr Caryl.
Crane, Andrew E., -- Archives. : [Collections pertaining to plantations from the Louisiana State University Library] [electronic resource], 1765-1934.
Crane, B. H. : Life, letters, and wayside gleanings : for the folks at home / By Mrs. B. H. Crane.
Crane, Bob, -- Family. : Crane : sex, celebrity, and my father's unsolved murder / Robert Crane and Christopher Fryer.
Crane, Caroline Bartlett, : Caroline Bartlett Crane and progressive reform : social housekeeping as sociology / Linda J. Rynbrandt.
Crane, Charles Richard, : The life and times of Charles R. Crane, 1858-1939 [electronic resource] : American businessman, philanthropist, and a founder of Russian studies in America / Norman E. Saul.
Crane, Charles Richard, -- Travel -- Russia. : The life and times of Charles R. Crane, 1858-1939 [electronic resource] : American businessman, philanthropist, and a founder of Russian studies in America / Norman E. Saul.
Crane, George, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Remarks on the case of Crane v. Price and on the judgment in that action delivered by the Court of Common Pleas, on the 13th June, 1842 [electronic resource] : establishing the validity of Mr. Crane's patent for the combined use of the hot air blast and anthracite or stone coal as "An improvement in the manufacture of iron." / by David Rowland.
Crane, John, : Light to the upright in darkness. [electronic resource] : A sermon, occasioned by the death of Capt. John Crane, of Berkley, and delivered at the house of the surviving widow, August 13, 1795. / By Thomas Andros, A.M. ; [Four lines of quotations]