various: The Auk [ American Ornithologists' Union ] 1910-1921. First Edition. A sammelband of the author's offprints (original wrappers bound in) contained in a 7 x 10 inch Gaylord "Press Board Multibinder" [sticker on back], with three holes stabbed through each offprint, and string holding the whole together. The sammelband, each reprinted from "The Auk", includes the following titles: "The Mockingbird in the Boston Regions, and in New England and Canada" (pp 382-432, 1921); "Morning Awakening and Even-Song", two papers (pp. 307-327, 1912 and pp. 511-537, 1913) - both INSCRIBED by author; "A Nesting of the Blue-Winged Warbler in Massachusetts" (pp 337-345, 1909) - INSCRIBED and "Some Rare Wild Ducks Wintering at Boston, Massachusetts, 1909-1910" (pp 390-408 + 2 plates, 1910) - INSCRIBED. Very Good. Stiff boards. 
Horace W. Wright was a naturalist and a Reverend who lived in Jamaica Plain (Massachusetts). His careful observations of New England birds were often (as here) recorded in various publications including "The Auk" (the organ of the American Ornithologists’ Union).
The collection was probably assembled by George Lyman Hinckley (a Masschusetts librarian) to whom these are inscribed.