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  1. New York Herald Magazine (March 3, 1907)   "After Dinner With the Literary Chaps"   About the Dutch Treat Club. Illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg. Includes a sketch of Ellis Parker Butler titled "Butlers Is Butlers." p 4.  [NYPL]
  2. 'What Is the Dutch Treat Club?' from Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1923)


  3. 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]
  4. 1925

  5. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1925)   "Some Memoirs of a Very, Very, Very Old Dutch Treater" Click here to see a picture of this item.By Julian Street. There is no material attributed to Butler in this volume, but he is referenced extensively in this humorous tribute to several Dutch Treat Club members. p 21-28. Butler is also listed as a member of the Board of Governors for the club. p 7.  [EPBLIB]
  6. 1930

  7. 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]
  8. 1937

  9. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1937)   "Underneath the Rose" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem. About Clarence Budington Kelland, president of the club at this time. Accompanies a portrait of Kelland drawn by Leon Gordon. The pages in this issue are not numbered.  [HARPER]
  10. 1938

  11. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (1938)   "In Memoriam" Click here to see a picture of this item.Ellis Parker Butler's name appears on a page listing those members who had died during the year since the last year book: Robert S. Ament, Arthur McKeogh, Vivian Burnett, Robert Lyman, Ellis Parker Butler, Robert Winsmore, Don Marquis, William H. Walker, Arthur H. Samuels.  [EPBLIB]
  12. 1956

  13. New York City Folklore (1956) "The Origin of the Dutch Treat Club" Click here to see a picture of this item.Edited by B. A. Botkin. Westport Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Reprinted 1976. ISBN 0-8371-9310-9.  [EPBLIB]
  14. 2004

  15. Dutch Treat Club Year Book (2004)   "A Prolific Founding Father"   By Bob Essman and Al Rosenfeld. A short biographical sketch. Ninety-Ninth Anniversary edition. Limited to 500 copies. p 43-44.  [EPBLIB]


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