|The original set contaned thirty leather bound books. The books are labeled the “Little Luxart Library” and replaced the original Little Leather Library published by Funk & Wagnall’s and then the Little Leather Library Cooperation. The "Little Luxart Library" were published by Robert K. Haas from 1924-1926. The books are approximately 3" x 4". The set includes: Friendship and other Essays by Henry Thoreau, Speeches and Letters by George Washington, Speeches and Addresses by Abraham Lincoln, Man Without a Country by Hale, Poems by Robert Browning, The Happy Prince by Wilde, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Stevenson, Barrack Room Ballads by Kipling, Midsummer Night's Dream by Shakespeare, The Tempest by Shakespeare, Sherlock Holmes by Doyle, Salome by Wilde, Enoch Arden by Tennyson, Will O'The Mill by Stevenson, The Gold Bug by Poe, Dreams by Schreiner, Bab Ballads by Gilbert, Essays by Emerson, Ballad of Reading Gaol by Wilde, Courtship of Miles Standish by Longfellow, Lays of Ancient Rome by Macaulay, The Coming of Arthur by Tennyson, Fifty Best Poems of England, Greatest Thing in the World by Drummond, The Ancient Mariner by Coleridge, Short Stories by Demaupassant, and A Child's Garden of Verses by Stevenson. This set is missing three of the originals: Poems by Burns, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Fitzgerald, and Fifty Best Poems of America.