The publication information for each work describes the first edition, and call numbers refer to copies of those editions unless otherwise stated. The count of editions enumerates the holdings of the Alcott Collection only rather than the Harold B. Lee Library as a whole.

Alcott's Novels and Stories

Flower Fables (1855). Boston: George W. Briggs.

Call number: Vault Collection 813.41 F669b 1885
8 editions.

Hospital Sketches (1863). Boston: James Redpath.

Call number: Vault Collection 813.41 H79r 1863 (inscribed copy); Alcott Collection PS 1017 .H67 1863.
15 editions.

The Rose Family: A fairy tale. (1864). Boston: James Redpath.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .R63 1864.
Note: Later published in the collection Morning-glories and other stories (1868).

Moods (1864). Boston: Loring.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .M67 1864; Vault Collection 813.41 M77 1865 (signed copy).
2 editions.

Morning-glories and other stories (1868). Boston: Horace B. Fuller.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .M74 1868.
2 editions.

Little Women (1868-69).

Little Women or, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1868.
Call number: Vault Collection 813.41 L729r 1868 pt. 1
Little Women or, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. Part second. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1869.
Call number: Vault Collection 813.41 L729r 1869 pt. 2
Part 2 issued under various titles: Good Wives, Little Wives, Little Women Married.
105 editions.

Three proverb stories (1868). Boston: Loring.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .T54 1868. Also published as Kitty’s class-day and other stories.
4 editions.

An Old-Fashioned Girl (1870). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .O43 1870.
Serialized in Merry's museum for boys and girls, new series, 1870. Call number: Alcott Collection AP 200 .M5.
16 editions.

Little Men: life at Plumfield with Jo’s boys (1871). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .L4 1871
25 editions.

Aunt Jo’s Scrap-bag (6 volumes published between 1872-82). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Vol. 1: My boys. Vol. 2: Shawl-straps. Vol. 3: Cupid and Chow-chow. Vol. 4: My girls. Vol. 5: Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore. Vol. 6: An old-fashioned Thanksgiving.
Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .A9 1872
6 editions.

Work: a story of experience (1873). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .W6 1873
6 editions.

Beginning Again, being a continuation of “Work” (1875). London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, & Searle.

Alcott Collection copy is a later Toronto edition published in 1912.
Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .W6 1912

Eight Cousins, or, The Aunt-hill (1875). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .E44 1875
19 editions.

Silver Pitchers, and Independence: a centennial love story (1876). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .S5 1876
5 editions.

Rose in Bloom: a sequel to “Eight Cousins” (1876). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .R66 1876
14 editions.

A Modern Mephistopheles (1877). No name series. Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .M6 1877
5 editions.

Under the Lilacs (1878). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .U53 1878
First serialized in St. Nicholas, Dec. 1877-Oct. 1878. Call number: Rare Book Collection PS 991 .A1 S75
16 editions.

Jack and Jill: a village story (1880). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .J33 1880
12 editions.

Spinning-wheel Stories (1884). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .S65 1884
2 editions.

Jo’s Boys and How They Turned Out: a sequel to “Little Men” (1886). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .J62 1886
28 editions.

Lulu’s library (3 vols., 1886-89). Boston: Robert Brothers.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .L8 1886-89
2 editions.

A Garland for Girls (1888). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Call number: Vault Collection 813.41 G183r 1888 (inscribed copy); Alcott Collection PS 1017 .G183r 1888
5 editions.

Works collected and published posthumously

Comic tragedies written by “Jo” and “Meg” (1893). Boston: Roberts Brothers.

A collection of plays issued by L.M. Alcott's sister Anna.
Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .C6 1893
3 editions.

Behind a Mask: The Unknown Thrillers. New York: Morrow, 1975.

Collects several stories Alcott published under the pseudonym A. M. Barnard: “Behind a mask, or, A woman's power;” “Pauline's passion and punishment;” “The mysterious key and what it opened;” and “The abbot's ghost, or Maurice Treherne's temptation.”
Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .B44 1975

Note: “Behind a Mask” was serialized in Flag of Our Union v. 21 (1866). Call number: Alcott Collection Quarto AP 2 .F58
“Pauline’s passion and punishment” was serialized in Frank Leslie’s illustrated newspaper v. 15 (Jan 1863). Call number: Alcott Folio PS 1017 .A1 no.4

Plots and Counterplots: More unknown thrillers of Louisa May Alcott. New York: Morrow, 1976.

Collects “V. V.; or, Plots and counterplots;” “A marble woman; or, The mysterious model;” “The skeleton in the closet;” “A whisper in the dark;” and “Perilous play.”
Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1016 .S7 1976
Note: “A whisper in the dark” was serialized in Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper v.16 (June 1863). Call number: Alcott Collection Folio PS 1017 .A1 no.5
“Perilous Play” was serialized in Frank Leslie's Popular monthly v.II, 1876. Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .P47 1876

A Long Fatal Love Chase. New York: Random House, 1995.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .L66 1995

The Inheritance. New York: Penguin, 1998.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1017 .I54 1998

The uncollected works of Louisa May Alcott. New York: Ironweed Press, 2001.

Call number: Alcott Collection PS 1016 .E45 2001