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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler



  1. New York Times (November 15, 1902)   "Mr. Gilder's Choice of Words"   A letter to the editor. p BR13.  [NYTIMES]
  2. 'Magazine Men' from Saturday Evening Post (February 6, 1909)


  3. Saturday Evening Post (February 6, 1909)   "Magazine Men" Click here to see a picture of this item.An article. Short bio with photo. p 22.  [EPBLIB]
  4. 1911

  5. Munsey's Magazine (May, 1911)   "The Bone-Crackers" Click here to see a picture of this item.A play. "A Dietetic Comedy in One Act." p 203-208.  [HANNIGAN]
  6. 1913

  7. Century Magazine (August, 1913)   "E. P. Butler Literature Factory" Click here to see a picture of this item.A letter to the editor. p 638.  [EPBLIB]
  8. 1917

  9. ANTHOLOGY: Harper Centennial (1917) "Dear House of Harper"   "A Few of the Greetings and Congratulations." A congratulatory letter from Ellis Parker Butler to the editors and publishers at Harper. "Twelve hundred and fifty copies of this book have been printed from type by Harper & brothers for private distribution among their friends." p 38  [GOOGLE BOOKS]
  10. BOOK: Illustrated Flushing and Vicinity (1917) "Why I Live In Flushing" Click here to see a picture of this item.Complete title: "Illustrated Flushing And Vicinity, College Point, Broadway-Flushing, Malba-on-the-Sound, Whitestone, Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck, In The Third Ward, Queens Borough City Of New York." Compiled, Edited and Published by Darby Richardson under the auspices of Business Men's Association Of Flushing, Flushing Association, Upper Flushing Association. 1917. Press of Isaac Goldmann Company. New York. 9 1/4 x 6". 72 pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white photographs. p 7-10.  [EPBLIB]
  11. 1918

  12. VIGILANTES: Hopewell Herald (February 27, 1918) "Thrift-Spending and Spend-Thrifting"   A short article. Patriotic call for use of thrift stamps. Reprinted from "The Billboard." Hopewell (New Jersey) Herald; February 27, 1918; p 8.  [NPA]
  13. New York Times (September 22, 1918)   "The Chewing Gum Issue"   A letter to the editor. "Ellis Parker Butler Replies to Gertrude Atherton." p III-2.  [NYTIMES]
  14. 'Why I Live In Flushing' from Illustrated Flushing and Vicinity (1917)
  15. ANTHOLOGY: America in the War (1918) "Restitution and Reparation"   An article. Edited by Louis Raemaekers (b.1869, d.1956). "Each cartoon faced with a page of comment by a distinguished America, the text forming an anthology of patriotic opinion." John Philip Sousa, John Kendrick Bangs, Cabot Lodge, John Burroughs, Ellis Parker Butler, Albert Bigelow Paine, Palmer Cox, Alice Hegan Rice, Admiral Peary. Hardback. Good. Oversized. New York: The Century Company. p 60. From Questia.  [WEB]
  16. 1922

  17. BOOK: The Stag Cookbook (1922) "Bouillabaisse Joe Tilden" Click here to see a picture of this item.A recipe. The book is subtitled "Written For Men By Men." Edited by C. Mac Sheridan. With an introduction by Robert H. Davis. George H. Doran Company. New York. Reprinted 2001, The Minerva Group, Inc. Paperback. ISBN 1589631234.  [EPBLIB]
  18. 1923

  19. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1923)   "What Is the Dutch Treat Club?" Click here to see a picture of this item.A tongue-in-cheek history of the Dutch Treat Club. Illustrations by Herb Roth, R. M. Brinkerhoff and others. p 7-13.  [EPBLIB]
  20. 1924

  21. BOOK: The Talmadge Sisters (1924) "Introduction"   This book is subtitled "Norma Constance Natalie An Intimate Story of the World's Most Famous Screen Family By Their Mother." Introduction by Ellis Parker Butler. Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company. p 5-8.  [EPBLIB]
  22. 1926

  23. America's Humor (Summer, 1926)   "Chris Marie Meeker"   A profile of one of the magazine's artists written by Butler. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 31.  [HARPER]
  24. 1927

  25. BOOK: Putnam's Two-Way Question Book (1927) "Introduction"   With Interlocking Answers. A book of crossword puzzles. By Eugene Sheffer. The Knickerbocker Press. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. p v-vi.  [EPBLIB]
  26. 1930

  27. Atlantic Monthly (November, 1930)   "An Innocent Abroad"   A review of the book A Tourist in Spite of Himself by A. Edward Newton.  [HARPER]
  28. 'Bloody Tuesday Is Coming!' from Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1930)
  29. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1930)   "Bloody Tuesday Is Coming!" Click here to see a picture of this item.This article is election rhetoric for the Dutch Treat Club. Ellis Parker Butler was a founding member (along with Thomas Lansing Masson and Robert S. Yard). The club, still in existence (see the Dutch Treat Club's web site), is a society established to discuss and promote the arts. This is the Twenty Fifth Anniversary Year Book. Private printing; 94 pages; 1,000 copies. Includes membership roster with addresses: a veritable Who's Who of authors, editors and illustrators. p 10-11.  [EPBLIB]
  30. 1952

  31. BOOK: Writing Books for Boys and Girls (1952) "I Was the Boy Whom That Tomboy Mopped Up"   Edited by Helen Ferris. Garden City, New York: Junior Literary Guild/Doubleday. p 181-2.  [HARPER]


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