An English-Greek Lexicon by G. M. Edwards (second edition, 1914; reprinted 1930). Scanned by the Tim Spalding for AncientLibrary.com.
Edward's English-Greek Lexicon (yes, English-Greek not Greek-English) is an indispensable aid to Greek prose composition. If you need it, you need it.
The letter/word box works on the dictionary itself. An short, unnindexed section of Proper Names begins on page 301.
Note: Because there's so much Greek, the text of this book has not gone through Optical Character Recognition.