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  1. VIGILANTES: Elyria Evening Telegram (October 28, 1918) "Of Old the Good Ships Thundered"   Poem. Elyria (Ohio) Evening Telegram; October 28, 1918.  [NPA]
  2. VIGILANTES: Elyria Evening Telegram (July 5, 1918) "Old Glory"   Elyria (Ohio) Evening Telegram; July 5, 1918; p 3.  [NPA]
  3. Betzville Tales (March 18, 1910)   "Orone McDooble and Andrus Gobbl"   Illustrated by Peter Newell. Printed this date in the Stevens Point (Wisconsin) Daily Journal.  [NPA]
  4. _____ (April 1, 1910)   "Otis Brupp and the Bull Calf"   Illustrated by Peter Newell. Sheboygan (Wisconsin) Daily Press; April 1, 1910. Stevens Point (Wisconsin) Daily Journal; March 25, 1910.  [NPA]


    'On Phonetic Spelling' from McGraw-Hill's SAT I (June 2, 2004)
  1. McGraw-Hill's SAT I (June 2, 2004) "On Phonetic Spelling" Click here to see a picture of this item.A study guide for the SATs by Christopher Black and Mark Anestis. This book contains an almost complete reprint of this humorous piece that was originally published in June 1906 in Atlantic. Paperback. McGraw-Hill. ISBN: 0071423907. p 670-672.  [WEB]
  2. Landscapes (1941) "Our First Burglar"   Editors, Ruth Dawson Samson, Sara Compher Klippert ; advisors, Marquis E. Shattuck, Walter R. Northcott. Contains "Pigs is Pigs" and "Our First Burglar".  [WORLDCAT]

Periodicals (Prose)

  1. Red Book (July, 1918)   "The Oath of a Darty"    [HARPER]
  2. National Magazine (November, 1923)   "The Octopussy Cat"    [HARPER]
  3. Good Housekeeping (October, 1917)   "The Odd One"   A story. Illustrated by G. Patrick Nelson. p 45-47, 105-113.  [RGTPL]
  4. Frivol (February 26, 1923)   "Ode to Iowa"   The University of Iowa's monthly magazine of humor. Also reprinted in the university's "The Alumna" in March, 1923.  [NPA]
  5. Bankers Monthly (September, 1917)   "An Officer of the Guard"    [HARPER]
  6. Washington Post (June 30, 1935)   "Oh, Fenderton"   A Fenderton Roper story. Illustrated by Ethel Hays. p SM8+.  [WASHPOST]
  7. Family Circle (January 12, 1934)   "Oh, Joe!"   A story. Illustrated by Paul Webb. Volume 4. Number 2. p 4, 5, 22.  [EPBLIB]
  8. Detective Story (November 4, 1922)   "Oh, Say, Can You See"   PULP lists the date as 11-NOV-1922.  [COOK+MILLER]
  9. World Magazine (December 25, 1921)   "The Old-Fashioned Christmas Tale"    [HARPER]
  10. Blue Book (December, 1917)   "Old Harby's Job"    [HARPER, PULP]
  11. Independent (March 4, 1922)   "Old Mother Hubbard and the Bonus"   A Judge Hooper story. One illustration by Tony Sarg. Called "Lem Hooper on the Bonus" in the index. p 214-5.  [EPBLIB]
  12. American Boy (February, 1928)   "Old Shirley-Combs"   A story. Illustrated by Dudley Gloyne Summers.  [EPBLIB]
  13. Goblin (July, 1927)   "The Old Swimming Hole"    [HARPER]
  14. 'The Old Swimming Hole' from College Humor magazine (January, 1928)
  15. College Humor (January, 1928)   "The Old Swimming Hole" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 63. Credited to Goblin.  [EPBLIB]
  16. Illustrated Detective Magazine (January, 1931)   "Oliver Spotts, Near-Detective" Click here to see a picture of this item.An Oliver Spotts story. Subtitled "The Stolen Clam Mystery". Drawings by Rodney M. de Sarro. Cover design by W. T. Benda. p 14-17, 88. Also, short bio on page 130.  [COOK+MILLER]
  17. Washington Post (September 29, 1935)   "On A Summer Day"   A story. Illustrated by Ethel Hays. p SM6.  [WASHPOST]
  18. Success Magazine (June, 1910)   "On Jury Duty"   Humor. Illustrations by B. Cory Kilvert. p 397-8, 427.  [HARPER]
  19. Atlantic Monthly (June, 1906)   "On Phonetic Spelling"   Humor. Uncredited. Published in "The Contributor's Club" section. p 854-56.  [HARPER]
  20. Green Book (November, 1919)   "On Suspicion"   A Jane Sprood story. p 67-69+.  [HARPER]
  21. Judge (October 27, 1906)   "On the Largeness of Twenty-Five Years"    [HARPER]
  22. Harper's Monthly Magazine (June, 1921)   "Once a Penguin Always a Penguin"   A story. Illustrated by A. B. Walker. Printed in the "Editor's Drawer" section. p 129-133.  [RGTPL]
  23. 'One Hundred Dollars Reward' from Red Book magazine (June, 1915)
  24. Red Book (June, 1915)   "One Hundred Dollars Reward" Click here to see a picture of this item.A Philo Gubb story. The only Red Book issue with a Butler story indexed in PULP. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover.  [HARPER, PULP]
  25. Washington Post (November 11, 1917)   "One Hundred Dollars Reward"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Thornton Fisher. p SM5+.  [WASHPOST]
  26. Pictorial Review (September, 1916)   "One Quiet Summer" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "In Which Things Happen that Are Not in the Scenario." Illustrations by F. C. Yohn. p 18-19,63+  [EPBLIB]
  27. American Boy (October, 1925)   "One Shot At a Partridge"   Illustrated by Arthur G. Dove.  [EPBLIB]
  28. Woman's World (March, 1922)   "One Use of a Chair Leg"   A story. Drawings by George Van Werveke. "Khaki glided toward the bedpost, reached out his hand and raised the knife." p 12+.  [EPBLIB]
  29. Blood's Home Beautiful (Vol. 4, No. 3, 1931?)   "One Use of a Chair Leg"   A story.  [EPBLIB]
  30. Pictorial Review (December, 1910)   "The One Way Out"    [HARPER]
  31. Up to Date (January 16, 1897)   "Open Congress"   "Correspondents Answered. Facts and Fancies Considered Seriously.  [HARPER]
  32. 'One Quiet Summer' from Pictorial Review magazine (September, 1916)
  33. _____ (January 30, 1897)   "Open Congress"   "Correspondents Answered. Facts and Fancies Considered Seriously.  [HARPER]
  34. _____ (February 13, 1897)   "Open Congress"   "Correspondents Answered. Facts and Fancies Considered Seriously.  [HARPER]
  35. _____ (April 24, 1897)   "Open Congress"   "Correspondents Answered. Facts and Fancies Considered Seriously.  [HARPER]
  36. Judge (April 13, 1912)   "Operating on Rudolph"   p 7.  [HARPER]
  37. Truth (August 14, 1897)   "The Opinions of a Cynic"    [HARPER]
  38. Ladies' Home Journal (June, 1925)   "Organizing Grandpa" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by Thomas Fogarty. p 24, 147-49.  [BEST, RGTPL]
  39. Seven Love Stories (Fall, 1932)   "Orphans Preferred"   Volume 1, Number 1.  [LOCKE]
  40. Association Men (August, 1926)   "The Other Side of Vacationing"    [HARPER]
  41. Woman's Home Companion (May, 1918)   "Ouija" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by Robert Amick. "It was remarkable indeed. Out of a vasty past a world-conquerer had come to help them do their lessons!" p 22,73.  [RGTPL]
  42. Printer's Ink (February 2, 1928)   "Our Dealers Are Fully Equipped to Service our Products"    [HARPER]
  43. 'Ouija' from Woman's Home Companion magazine (May, 1918)
  44. Good Housekeeping (July, 1905)   "Our Extravagant Neighbors"   A story. Illustrations by Karl Anderson. p 32-36.  [HARPER]
  45. Everybody's Magazine (February, 1909)   "Our First Burglar"   A story. Later published in The Water Goats and Other Troubles. Illustrated by Irma Deremeaux. p 210-215.  [RGTPL]
  46. Golden Book Magazine (July, 1935)   "Our First Burglar"   A story. This story also appears in The Water Goats and Other Troubles. One original illustration.  [EPBLIB, FICTIONMAGS]
  47. Better Homes and Gardens (March, 1926)   "Our Friends, the Bees" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. "The Bee Works Overtime to Make Gardens Possible." p 17, 68-69.  [HARPER]
  48. D. A. C. News (April, 1925)   "Our Go-Get Form Letters"    [HARPER]
  49. Ainslee's (August, 1906)   "Our Lease" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 131-135.  [HARPER]
  50. Success Magazine (April, 1910)   "Our National Game" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. Illustrations by Charles Sarka. p 241-242, 277-278.  [HARPER]
  51. Leslie's Monthly (March, 1904)   "Our Neighbor's Children"   A story. As James K. Hanna (unconfirmed). Illustrated by Emilie Benson-Knipe. p 481-488.  [EPBLIB]
  52. 'Our National Game' from Success Magazine (April, 1910)
  53. National Magazine (November, 1898)   "Our Typewriter"    [HARPER]
  54. D. A. C. News (July, 1928)   "Our Visit to New York"    [HARPER]

Periodicals (Poetry)

  1. Midland Monthly (October, 1895)   "October"   p 349.  [HARPER]
  2. New England Magazine (October, 1895)   "October"   A poem in eight verses. Page 226.  [MOA]
  3. Muscatine Journal (April 16, 1976)   "Old Friends Edition"   This verse was first printed in the Journal in about 1901.  [HARPER]
  4. 'An Old-Fashioned Garden' from Leslie's Monthly magazine (June, 1903)
  5. Leslie's Monthly (June, 1903)   "An Old-Fashioned Garden" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem in 12 verses. With an illustration by Mills Thompson. p 204.  [HARPER]
  6. Current Literature (February, 1898)   "On Deposit"   p 144.  [HARPER]
  7. Up to Date (June 19, 1897)   "On the Car"    [HARPER]
  8. Puck (December 9, 1896)   "An Ounce of Prevention"    [HARPER]
  9. Truth (October, 1900)   "Our Ginger Jar"   p 258.  [HARPER]
  10. New England Magazine (September, 1896)   "Outbid" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem in 32 verses. Page 128.  [MOA]

Related Materials

    'The Origin of the Dutch Treat Club' from New York City Folklore (1956)
  1. 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]
  2. BOOK: Over Here (1933)   By Mark Sullivan. Volume V of Our Times. New York: Scribner's.  [HARPER]


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