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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

In the year(s) '1928...'


  1. American Magazine (January, 1928)   "Human Nature Ain't What It Ought To Be"   A story. "And so Todd Hibbard tried to change it." Drawings by Thomas Fogarty.  [RGTPL]
  2. 'The Old Swimming Hole' from College Humor magazine (January, 1928)
  3. College Humor (January, 1928)   "The Old Swimming Hole" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 63. Credited to Goblin.  [EPBLIB]
  4. Midland Schools (January, 1928)   "Ellis Parker Butler"   By Frank Luther Mott. p 163-65.  [HARPER]
  5. Woman's Home Companion (January, 1928)   "Just Mark an X"   A story. Illustrated by Victor C. Anderson.  [RGTPL]
  6. American Boy (February, 1928)   "Old Shirley-Combs"   A story. Illustrated by Dudley Gloyne Summers.  [EPBLIB]
  7. D. A. C. News (February, 1928)   "If Trader Horn Had Written the Old Testament"    [HARPER]
  8. People's Home Journal (February, 1928)   "You Shall Be Queen"   Illustrated by John R. Neil. Set in Westcote, Long Island.  [EPBLIB]
  9. Printer's Ink (February 2, 1928)   "Our Dealers Are Fully Equipped to Service our Products"    [HARPER]
  10. American Magazine (March, 1928)   "The "Just-As-Soon-As" Habit"   An essay. Includes a full-page photo of the author.  [RGTPL]
  11. D. A. C. News (March, 1928)   "The Vocabulary Man"    [HARPER]
  12. 'Nobility, What?' from Goblin magazine (March, 1928)
  13. Goblin (March, 1928)   "Nobility, What?" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. One illustration by Bryant Fryer (sp?). p 18-19.  [HARPER]
  14. Children (April, 1928)   "Billy the Unspanked"   A Billy Brad story. Magazine's full title: "Children: The Magazine For Parents." p 23-24+.  [HARPER]
  15. Country Gentleman (April, 1928)   "Mamie" Click here to see a picture of this item.The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff. p 14, 110-112.  [EPBLIB]
  16. Goblin (April, 1928)   "Prizes Awarded"    [HARPER]
  17. Holland's Magazine (April, 1928)   "The Chipplewhait Highboy"   "Holland's: The Magazine of the South."  [HARPER]
  18. Munsey's Magazine (April, 1928)   "Brother Bill"    [HARPER]
  19. New York Herald Tribune (April 22, 1928)   "Traffic Cops Are Human!"   Printed in the New York Herald Tribune Magazine. Later printed in Hunting the Wow as "The Traffic Cop." p 1, 8. XIII.  [HARPER]
  20. D. A. C. News (May, 1928)   "Matrimony, as Is"    [HARPER]
  21. Goblin (May, 1928)   "What to Do Till the Doctor Comes" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 9. Later printed in Hunting The Wow.  [HARPER]
  22. 'What to Do Till the Doctor Comes' from Goblin magazine (May, 1928)
  23. Woman's Home Companion (May, 1928)   "Far Seas and Distant Lands"   A story. Illustrated in color by George Illian.  [RGTPL]
  24. D. A. C. News (July, 1928)   "Our Visit to New York"    [HARPER]
  25. Goblin (July, 1928)   "Health-Laughing" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 15-16.  [HARPER]
  26. Oilpull Magazine (July, 1928)   "Bruce of the Bar-None"   Part 1. A story. "As a matter of fact, a real good caribou, when you got him saddle-broke, was handy." Illustrated by T. Wyatt Nelson. Volume 6. Number 6. p 4-5, 17.  [EPBLIB]
  27. Rotarian (July, 1928)   "Beaten Paths"    [HARPER]
  28. American Girl (August, 1928)   "Gull Ledge" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Three illustrations by Walter Stewart. This is an American Girl "Made-to-Order" story, custom-written to the suggestions of one of the readers. p 7-9, 31, 34.  [HARPER]
  29. Munsey's Magazine (August, 1928)   "The Coral Snake"    [HARPER]
  30. Oilpull Magazine (August, 1928)   "Bruce of the Bar-None"   Part 2. A story. Illustrated by T. Wyatt Nelson. "Eddie Bruce, and Henry, a pair of regular cowboys, bored to death with dude ranches, decide to start a ranch of their own on the Arctic Circle, on a tundra range granted them by the Canadian government." This publication seems to have been produced by the OilPull Tractor Company (Advance-Rumely Thresher Company), La Porte Indiana.  [EPBLIB]
  31. Woman's Home Companion (August, 1928)   "Perfection Plus"   A story. Illustrated by Frederick Chapman. p 18-19, 72.  [RGTPL]
  32. 'Gull Ledge' from American Girl magazine (August, 1928)
  33. BOOK: Carter's Legacy (August 3, 1928)   "Published by the Citizens Trust Company of Utica NY on the occasion of its twenty-fifth anniversary, August 3, 1928." Utica: Citizen's Trust Company. 45 pages.  [NYPL]
  34. Printer's Ink (August 23, 1928)   "Blushing, I Burst into Tears"   The complete title is "Blushing, I Burst into Tears When John Handed Me the Soup-Spoon: If People Actually Talked as They Do in Adland." p 3-6+.  [HARPER]
  35. Theatre Magazine (September, 1928)   "The Theatre, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. Includes a photo of the author by Culver.  [CORNYN]
  36. Woman's Home Companion (September, 1928)   "The Big Noise"   A story. Illustrated by C. C. Beall. p 7+.  [RGTPL]
  37. Argosy (UK) (October, 1928)   "Pigs is Pigs"   A Mike Flannery story. Vol. IV No. 29. p 33+.  [FICTIONMAGS]
  38. ANTHOLOGY: Favorite Jokes of Famous People (October, 1928) "Favorite Joke" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "I'm glad that it is possible to reproduce Mr. Butler's favorite story in his own words -- a splendid example of his genius in writing humor". Edited and illustrated by Frank Ernest Nicholson. Includes a caricature of the author and a reproduction of the author's famous signature. New York: E. P. Dutton. p 46-50.  [EPBLIB]
  39. Target (October 20, 1928)   "Jibby and the Gridiron"   A Jibby Jones story.  [HARPER]
  40. 'Jo Ann and the Joop' from American Girl magazine (December, 1928)
  41. American Girl (December, 1928)   "Jo Ann and the Joop" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by Garrett Price. p 16-18, 44.  [HARPER]
  42. ANTHOLOGY: American Ghost Stories (1928) "Dey Ain't No Ghosts"   Selected by C. Armitage Harper. Boston, New York: Houghton Miffin Company. p 221-35.  [HARPER, LOC]


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