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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

In the year(s) '1927...'

    'The Cave Men' from Famous Story Magazine (January, 1927)


  1. Famous Story Magazine (January, 1927)   "The Cave Men" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover.  [EPBLIB]
  2. Zest (January, 1927)   "Such a Country"    [HARPER]
  3. Judge (January 15, 1927)   "How to Appreciate the Stars" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. Later appears in Hunting the Wow. p 11, 26.  [EPBLIB]
  4. Holland's Magazine (February, 1927)   "The Flank Attack"    [HARPER]
  5. Rotarian (February, 1927)   "Father" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff. Also, there's a very brief bio of the author on page 64, including a photograph. p 16-17, 56-63.  [HARPER]
  6. Bridgeport Telegram (February 17, 1927)   "Untitled"   A poem. Printed with three other short verses (from other authors) as "We Told You So!" Bridgeport (Connecticut) Telegram; February 17, 1927.  [NPA]
  7. American Magazine (March, 1927)   "Why I Live in a Suburb"   An essay. Includes a photo of the author by D. Jay Culver.  [RGTPL]
  8. Munsey's Magazine (April, 1927)   "Her Wayward Husband"    [HARPER, PULP]
  9. Holland's Magazine (May, 1927)   "The Eight-Ounce Rod"    [HARPER]
  10. 'Father' from Rotarian magazine (February, 1927)
  11. Sunset Magazine (May, 1927)   "Bruce of the Bar-None"   A story. Illustrated by Ethel Rundquist Cobham. p 9-11, 60-64.  [RGTPL]
  12. Amazing Stories (June, 1927)   "Solander's Radio Tomb" Click here to see a picture of this item.One original illustration (similar to the illustration in Radio News).  [EPBLIB, PULP]
  13. American Magazine (June, 1927)   "Ten Ways to Make a Fool of Yourself"   An essay.  [RGTPL]
  14. Munsey's Magazine (June, 1927)   "Happy Harry"   A story. p 78-85.  [HARPER]
  15. Woman's Home Companion (June, 1927)   "I Beg your Pardon"   A story. Illustrated by Frederick Chapman. p 16-17, 128-30.  [RGTPL]
  16. Dearborn Independent (June 11, 1927)   "Breaking Into Literary Game" Click here to see a picture of this item.by Thomas L. Masson. This article about succeeding as a writer starts with a long anecdote about Ellis Parker Butler's arrival in New York City. p 6-7, 20-21.  [EPBLIB]
  17. American Boy (July, 1927)   "Jibby Jones and the Float"   Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff.  [EPBLIB]
  18. American Magazine (July, 1927)   "That Refrigerator Door" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by Tony Sarg. "The trouble is that nobody shuts the door properly. Now, watch me."  [RGTPL]
  19. Goblin (July, 1927)   "Flood Prevention"    [HARPER]
  20. 'That Refrigerator Door' from American Magazine (July, 1927)
  21. _____ (July, 1927)   "The Old Swimming Hole"    [HARPER]
  22. Munsey's Magazine (July, 1927)   "Mad Marix"   A story. "This man's plan for upsetting the civilized world went wrong, owing to an unexpected intervention, but who knows what may happen the next time?"  [EPBLIB]
  23. Rotarian (July, 1927)   "Mr. Mulks' Terrible Whoops"    [HARPER]
  24. Woman's Home Companion (July, 1927)   "Interlude"   A story. Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele.  [RGTPL]
  25. Holland's Magazine (August, 1927)   "Bunking Betty"    [HARPER]
  26. New York Times (August 21, 1927)   "Queens Houses Loathe to Use New Numbers"   A page one news story.  [NYTIMES]
  27. American Boy (September, 1927)   "The Folding Coon Dog"   A story. Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff.  [EPBLIB]
  28. American Girl (September, 1927)   "Jo Ann and the Princess" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. Illustrations by John Held, Jr. p 16-18, 33-34.  [HARPER]
  29. Association Men (September, 1927)   "The Gym or the 'Jimmies'"    [HARPER]
  30. 'Josephus and the Jet Hackle' from Outdoor America magazine (September, 1927)
  31. Outdoor America (September, 1927)   "Josephus and the Jet Hackle" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Drawings by John Held, Jr. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover.  [HARPER]
  32. Rotarian (September, 1927)   "Boot-Straps and Percentages"    [HARPER]
  33. Syracuse Herald (September 28, 1927)   "False Prophets of the Crack of Doom Annoying to the Author of "Pigs is Pigs""   An article. Illustrated. Syracuse Herald; September 28, 1919; magazine section. From New York World (?).  [NPA]
  34. American Legion Magazine (October, 1927)   "Black Hens and White Eggs" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. Illustration by Walter Jardine. p 6.  [HARPER]
  35. College Humor (October, 1927)   "The Winning of Daisy Doe"   Illustrated by Ray Rohn. p 76-77+.  [EBAY, HARPER]
  36. McCall's (October, 1927)   "If You're Just a Woman With Some Money"   An essay. "America's Greatest Humorist who is also a Bank Director in his off hours Tells What To Do"  [EPBLIB]
  37. Munsey's Magazine (October, 1927)   "The Camel's Straw"    [HARPER, PULP]
  38. Short Stories (October 10, 1927)   "Alibi" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. p 64-70. Thanks to Rick Hall for the scans and OCR.  [HALL, HARPER, PULP]
  39. 'Alibi' from Short Stories magazine (October 10, 1927)
  40. American Boy (November, 1927)   "Crusoe Treasure"   A Jibby Jones story. Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff.  [EPBLIB]
  41. American Magazine (November, 1927)   "Where There Isn't a Will There's a Way" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "Two is company except when they're both grooms, then it's an awful crowd -- Ask Effie May." Illustrated by R. M. Brinkerhoff. Pages 40-43,133-136.  [RGTPL]
  42. New Age Illustrated (November, 1927)   "The Tent Show Lady"    [HARPER]
  43. Radio News (November, 1927)   "The Voice of the People"   From bibliography in Haunted Media by Jeffrey Sconce. Duke University Press. July 1, 2000. Paperback. ISBN 0822325721. p 220.  [GOOGLE BOOKS]
  44. Syracuse Herald (November 6, 1927)   "Literary Parasites"   By Arthur Strawn. Includes an extensive quote from Butler. p 5-6.  [NPA]
  45. Maclean's (November 15, 1927)   "Tornado"    [HARPER]
  46. Target (November 19, 1927)   "Saved"    [HARPER]
  47. American Boy (December, 1927)   "The Great Lazy Mush"   A Jibby Jones story. Illustrated by W. W. Clarke.  [EPBLIB]
  48. D. A. C. News (December, 1927)   "A Real Sport"    [HARPER]
  49. Goblin (December, 1927)   "From Eve's Diary"    [HARPER]
  50. 'Where There Isn't a Will There's a Way' from American Magazine (November, 1927)
  51. Light (December, 1927)   "From Peak to Peak"    [HARPER]
  52. Mystery Stories (December, 1927)   "Find the Woman"    [COOK+MILLER]
  53. New Age Illustrated (December, 1927)   "Miss Miffy's Great Day"   Later reprinted in Home Magazine.  [HARPER]
  54. Liberty (December 3, 1927)   "The Doves of Sandona" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "A Comedy of Florida at Its Wildest, Money at Its Maddest, and Love at Its Tenderest." Pictures by Katherine Sturges. p 72-76.  [HARPER]
  55. BOOK: Pups and Pies (1927)   SEE CONTENTS.Click here to see a picture of this item.A collection of five previously published books: That Pup, Mike Flannery, On Duty and Off, The Thin Santa Claus, The Water Goats and Other Troubles and The Great American Pie Company. Illustrated. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Company.  [EPBLIB]
  56. 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]
  57. BOOK: The Behind Legs of the 'Orse (1927)   SEE CONTENTS.   Eight stories. Illustrations by Kleber Hall. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.  [EPBLIB]


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