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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

Titles starting with 'H'


    How It Feels to be Fifty (1920)
  1. How It Feels to be Fifty (1920) Click here to see a picture of this item.Short essay on reaching fifty years of age. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.  [EPBLIB]
  2. Hunting the Wow (1934)   SEE CONTENTS.   A collection of thirty stories and essays. Illustrated by Thomas J. Fogarty. New York: Robert McBride.  [EPBLIB]

Other Material

  1. MOTION PICTURE: The Hard-Boiled Egg (1916)   Serial. Based on "Philo Gubb." Director: Pierce Kingsley. Performers: Edwin Stevens, May Trado. Script available on microfilm #LU9270 from the Library of Congress.  [HARPER]
  2. MOTION PICTURE: Hats is Hats (1915)   Vitagraph. Director: Wally Van [Nostrand]. Performers: Hughie Mack, Edwina Robbins, Donald MacBride.  [HARPER]
  3. 'He Lives On' from American Boy (November, 1937)
  4. American Boy (November, 1937)   "He Lives On" Click here to see a picture of this item.Obituary.  [EPBLIB]
  5. Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune (September 16, 1937)   "He Scattered Sunshine Along Life's Trail"   Obituary.  [HARPER]
  6. VIGILANTES: Indianapolis Star (November 9, 1917) "Helping Take the Hell out of War"   Article. Indianapolis Star; November 9, 1917; p 3.  [NPA]
  7. Muscatine Journal (May 31, 1940)   "High Acclaim Given Native Sons"   An article. "Ellis Parker Butler, Humorist, Started Writing Career in City" p 4.  [NPA]
  8. VIGILANTES: Bridgeport Telegram (March 4, 1918) "The High Heart"   Bridgeport (Connecticut) Telegram; March 4, 1918; p 15.  [NPA]
  9. BOOK: The Tuscarora Club's Forty Year History: 1901-1941 (December, 1941) "The History of the Tuscarora Club"   Humor. The Tuscarora Club is located in the Mill Brook Valley, Delaware County of New York State. Portland ME: Southworth-Athoensen Press. p 31-36.  [HARPER]
  10. Chicago Sunday Tribune (October 20, 1929)   "Hitch Hike"   A story. Also in Dallas Morning News, same date.  [HARPER]
  11. MOTION PICTURE: The Hound of the Tankervilles (1921)   Clever Comedies. Director: Webster Cullison. Performers: Victor Potel, Otis Harlan, Dorothea Wolbert, Ernest Shields, Harry Todd.  [HARPER]


    'The Hard-Boiled Egg' from World's Best One Hundred Detective Stories (1929)
  1. World's Best One Hundred Detective Stories (1929) "The Hard-Boiled Egg" Click here to see a picture of this item.Also includes "Philo Gubb's Greatest Case." Edited by Eugene Thwing. Volume 2 of 10. New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls.  [CONTENTO, EBAY]
  2. The Mammoth Book of Golden Age Detective Stories (1994) "The Hard-Boiled Egg"   A Philo Gubb story. Edited by Marie Smith. New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers, Inc. ISBN 0786700882.  [EPBLIB]
  3. Golden Age Detective Stories (1999) "The Hard-Boiled Egg" Click here to see a picture of this item.Edited by Marie Smith. London:Parragon (reprinted in 2002 and other dates).  [WEB]

Periodicals (Prose)

  1. Woman's Home Companion (February, 1929)   "A Half Hour About Four"   A story. Illustrated (color) by Frederic Dorr Steele. p 17-19.  [RGTPL]
  2. Red Book (January, 1915)   "The Half of a Thousand"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Rea Irvin. p 555-563.  [HARPER]
  3. Century Magazine (October, 1900)   "The Hanging-On of 'By Jocks'"   A story. With pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. p 944-49.  [RGTPL]
  4. Truth (June 5, 1897)   "Hank Stebbins' Muse"    [RGTPL]
  5. National Magazine (June, 1923)   "Hank Wilfers, Sweet Grass Policeman"    [HARPER]
  6. Munsey's Magazine (June, 1927)   "Happy Harry"   A story. p 78-85.  [HARPER]
  7. Short Stories (June, 1900)   "The Hard Feelings of Mrs. Pettibone"    [HARPER]
  8. National Magazine (August, 1897)   "Hard to Please"   A sketch.  [EPBLIB]
  9. Puck (July 26, 1911)   "Harold's Picnic Shoes"    [HARPER]
  10. Short Stories (February, 1911)   "Harrod's Synthetic Bingo"    [HARPER]
  11. Washington Post (May 26, 1901)   "The Hartsock Street Railway Company"   A story. p 31.  [WASHPOST]
  12. American Magazine (September, 1932)   "The Hat of Destiny"   Illustrated by Harland Frazer. "It takes a small thing to change a man's mind." Volume 114. Number 3. Sumner Blossom, editor.  [RGTPL]
  13. Family Circle (August 17, 1934)   "The Hatfield-Carter Feud"   A story. Illustrated by Gilbert Bundy. p 4-5, 18.  [EPBLIB]
  14. Farmer's Wife (April, 1933)   "Hats and Lilies"   A story.  [EPBLIB]
  15. Collier's (April 10, 1909)   "Hats Is Hats"   A Mike Flannery story. "The calf, the crate and the millinery." Illustrated by Boardman Robinson.  [RGTPL]
  16. American Magazine (September, 1916)   "The Haunted House"   A Swatty story. "This story of the spooky adventure of three boys will carry you back to some of the forgotten thrills of your childhood." Illustrations by W. B. King.  [RGTPL]
  17. 'Hawkins Tells the Truth' from Laughter magazine (March, 1926)
  18. Laughter (March, 1926)   "Hawkins Tells the Truth" Click here to see a picture of this item.According to an eBay auction, this issue is Vol 3, No 6 and does not have a Butler story. HARPER shows the story on pages 23-29.  [HARPER]
  19. Blue Book (June, 1930)   "He Laughed At Last" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Not indexed in PULP.  [EPBLIB]
  20. Holland's Magazine (November, 1932)   "He Saw Washington" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrations by John A. Haelen. p 5-7, 24.  [HARPER]
  21. Good Housekeeping (September, 1904)   "The Head of the Department"   A story. Illustrated by W. Sherman Potts. p 259-267.  [RGTPL]
  22. Associated Sunday Magazines (September 3, 1911)   "The Healer of Sore Minds"   A story. One illustration. "Entry No. 49 in Our Prize Story Competition". Found in Sunday Magazine of the Boston Sunday Post. p 6-7.  [HARPER]
  23. Goblin (July, 1928)   "Health-Laughing" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 15-16.  [HARPER]
  24. Leslie's Monthly (September, 1903)   "The Heart of a Man"   A story. With drawings by Emilie Benson Knipe. The phrase "The Heart of a Man -- Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 417-424.  [HARPER]
  25. American Woman (December, 1921)   "Heart Unto Heart"   A story. p 9-10, 33-34.  [EPBLIB]
  26. 'The Heckby Hill Murder' from Illustrated Detective Magazine (September, 1931)
  27. Illustrated Detective Magazine (September, 1931)   "The Heckby Hill Murder" Click here to see a picture of this item.An Oliver Spotts story. "Was It Mr. Bellotti or Was It His Corpse Who Climbed Through Oliver Spott's Window?" Drawings by Rodney M. de Sarro. This publication was later renamed "Mystery." p 46-9, 118-121.  [COOK+MILLER]
  28. American Boy (October, 1936)   "The Heifer Tree"   "The story of a rampaging river, a very bright idea, and a cow who objected to being rescued." Illustrated by Dudley Gloyne Summers.  [EPBLIB]
  29. Ideal House (June, 1906)   "An Heirloom"    [HARPER]
  30. Esquire (April, 1935)   "Helping Arthur" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "A satire." "A couple of amateur actors come close to bungling their lines in one of life's standby farces."  [EPBLIB, ESQUIRE]
  31. Detective Magazine (March 28, 1924)   "Hemburn's Wife"   A story.  [FICTIONMAGS]
  32. Blue Book (August, 1923)   "Hemburn's Wife" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. Page 41. Not listed in HARPER or PULP.  [EPBLIB]
  33. Maclean's (May 1, 1931)   "The Hemmerstitch-Beckstar Feud"    [HARPER]
  34. Red Book (November, 1921)   "Henri's Niece" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. As James K. Hanna. "The second of 'The Great Graft Syndicate' stories, wherein a wealthy eccentric diverts his mind by a troupe of trained bunco birds." Illustrated by Ray Rohn. p 67-70, 100, 102-104.  [HARPER]
  35. _____ (July, 1915)   "Henry"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Rea Irvin. "Philo Gubb, the deteckative, confronts and solves a mystery in the transmigration of souls." p 511-519.  [HARPER]
  36. 'Henri's Niece' from Red Book magazine (November, 1921)
  37. Washington Post (November 18, 1917)   "Henry"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Thornton Fisher. p MF5+.  [WASHPOST]
  38. Good Housekeeping (May, 1906)   "Her Clothes As Seen By Him"   A story. Illustrated by F. Vaux Wilson. "A companion sketch to 'His Clothes as Seen by Her' printed in our November number, 1905." That other article was written by Frances Gardener.  [RGTPL]
  39. Munsey's Magazine (April, 1927)   "Her Wayward Husband"    [HARPER, PULP]
  40. Laughter (October, 1925)   "Here Comes the Groom" Click here to see a picture of this item.The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 6-15.  [HARPER]
  41. New York Times (October 20, 1918)   "Here's a Miracle: Y. M. C. A at War"   An article. p 47.  [NYTIMES]
  42. Radio News (August, 1923)   "Hetterby's Set"   A story. "With trembling fingers old Jessica felt on the bed for the ear phones; as her hands touched them she stared at her aged husband with tear-filled eyes."  [EPBLIB]
  43. Association Men (March, 1924)   "Hickory Heads I Have Known"    [HARPER]
  44. Detective Story (November 27, 1917)   "Hidden Death"    [COOK+MILLER]
  45. Best Detective Magazine (December, 1930)   "Hidden Death" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. p 101+.  [COOK+MILLER]
  46. American Magazine (March, 1915)   "Hidden Treasure"   A story. "The First of a Series of Boy Stories." Illustrations by J. H. Gardner Soper.  [RGTPL]
  47. 'Hidden Death' from Best Detective Magazine (December, 1930)
  48. London Magazine (August, 1915)   "Hidden Treasure"   Illustrated by E. Verpilleux  [EBAY]
  49. Red Cross Magazine (September, 1919)   "The High Cost of Living Hits Billy Brad" Click here to see a picture of this item.A Billy Brad story. Illustrations by J. R. Shaver. p 27-29, 72.  [HARPER]
  50. Every Week (December 12, 1931)   "The Hill Billy"   A story. Illustrated by Paul Kroesen. Found in the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune.  [NPA]
  51. Washington Post (October 6, 1917)   "Himself Plus"   A story. Illustrated. p SM10.  [WASHPOST]
  52. Everybody's Magazine (November, 1914)   "Hincmar the Peacemaker" Click here to see a picture of this item.A parable. Hincmar the Warmaker learns the joy of trout fishing and becomes Hincmar the Peacemaker. Illustrations by Reginald Birch.  [RGTPL]
  53. Red Book (August, 1917)   "Hinjin and Horth"   A Shagbark Jones story. Illustrated by Rea Irvin. p 781-789.  [EPBLIB]
  54. National Magazine (August, 1900)   "Hiram's Harlem Flat"    [HARPER]
  55. _____ (October - November, 1924)   "Hiram's Harlem Flat"    [HARPER]
  56. Up to Date (November 14, 1896)   "His Last Assignment"    [HARPER]
  57. 'Hincmar the Peacemaker' from Everybody's Magazine (November, 1914)
  58. National Magazine (February, 1896)   "His Little Joke"    [HARPER]
  59. Blue Book (April, 1923)   "His Majesty the King"   A story. One illustration. "Wherein a young detective blessed with the invaluable 'clue sense' undertakes to find a young king who turned up missing." Not listed in HARPER or PULP. p 88-93.  [EPBLIB]
  60. Truth (May 20, 1897)   "His Narrow Escape"    [HARPER]
  61. People's Magazine (October, 1906)   "His Other Self"   A novel. Part 1 of 3.  [PULPGEN]
  62. _____ (November, 1906)   "His Other Self"   A novel. Part 2 of 3.  [PULP, PULPGEN]
  63. American Boy (June, 1914)   "The Holdup Men"   A story. Illustrated by W. W. Clarke.  [EPBLIB]
  64. Fruit Garden and Home (November, 1922)   "Home Grown Whetstones" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. Two illustrations. p 9-10, 27. Also, editor's note on page 42.  [HARPER]
  65. World Traveler (October, 1923)   "Home to Happyland"    [HARPER]
  66. Illustrated Sunday Magazine (February 19, 1911)   "A Homily on Dogs"    [HARPER]
  67. 'Home Grown Whetstones' from Fruit Garden and Home magazine (November, 1922)
  68. Saturday Evening Mail (August 24, 1912)   "A Homily on Dogs"   Illustrated by Dan Sayre Groesbeck.  [EPBLIB]
  69. Independent (January 14, 1922)   "Hon. Lemuel Hooper, J. P., on Matrimony" Click here to see a picture of this item.A Judge Hooper story. One illustration by Tony Sarg. p 36.  [EPBLIB]
  70. Blue Book (November, 1916)   "Honest Graft"   A Jabez Bunker story.  [HARPER]
  71. Farm Life (November, 1926)   "Honoring Adam, the First Farmer" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. "It's five thousand years since he ceased to be and we ought to have a suitable celebration." p 12.  [HARPER]
  72. Independent (September 16, 1922)   "Hooper, J. P., on the Law's Delays"   A Judge Hooper story. One illustration by Tony Sarg. p 130.  [RGTPL]
  73. American Angler (October, 1918)   "The Horn-Tailed Pickerel"    [HARPER]
  74. Argosy (August 12, 1933)   "The Horned Woodchuck" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. One illustration. "The mystery of the game warden's murder." Volume 240. Number 4. p 85-92.  [ARGOSY, PULP]
  75. Red Book (October, 1916)   "The Hound of the Tankervilles" Click here to see a picture of this item.A Philo Gubb story.  [HARPER]
  76. 'The Hound of the Tankervilles' from Red Book magazine (October, 1916)
  77. Washington Post (December 30, 1917)   "The Hound of the Tankervilles"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Thornton Fisher. p MF8.  [WASHPOST]
  78. Canada West Monthly (January, 1911)   "The House That Wouldn't Wait"   A Betzville Tales story. Illustrations by Peter Newell. Same as "Pilgath Gubb's Auto-House"? p 178-181.  [EPBLIB]
  79. Bankers Monthly (February, 1918)   "How About It?"    [HARPER]
  80. National Magazine (November, 1897)   "How G. W. Jones Swayed Swayed Social Customs"   A story. Set in Kilo.  [HARPER]
  81. _____ (March, 1898)   "How He Said It"    [HARPER]
  82. Writer's Digest (March, 1932)   "How I Sell My Stories" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. Text and images contributed by John Locke.  [HARPER, LOCKE]
  83. Magazine Maker (October, 1911)   "How I Wrote My First Funny Story"    [HARPER]
  84. American Magazine (February, 1926)   "How It Feels To Be The Father Of Twins"   An essay. Includes a photograph of the author and his twin daughters, Jean and Marjorie. p 24-25,66,68.  [RGTPL]
  85. Success Magazine (September, 1922)   "How Many Men Are You?"   p 27-29.  [HARPER]
  86. National Magazine (June, 1897)   "How Marthy 'Disapinted' Kilo"    [HARPER]
  87. 'How I Sell My Stories' from Writer's Digest magazine (March, 1932)
  88. American Magazine (June, 1920)   "How Much Time Do You Spend Turning Over Ducks?"   An essay. "Is There Such a Thing As Being Too Nice to Bores?" p 68-9, 182-87.  [RGTPL]
  89. World Magazine (September 14, 1919)   "How Near at Hand Is the End of the World?"    [HARPER]
  90. Writer (June, 1914)   "How 'Pigs is Pigs' Was Written"   Vol. XXVI. No. 6. p 91-92. Reprinted from the Bookman.  [GOOGLE BOOKS]
  91. American Magazine (April, 1920)   "How's Your Climate? Have You Got It With You?"    [RGTPL]
  92. Better Homes and Gardens (November, 1926)   "How's Your Soil?" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. "The Soil in Which We Are Growing Should Furnish Us With Happiness." p 16, 36-7.  [HARPER]
  93. Short Stories (December, 1898)   "How Sally Miggs Fell from Grace"    [HARPER]
  94. National Magazine (April, 1900)   "How Silas Long Was April-Fooled"    [HARPER]
  95. 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]
  96. _____ (September 11, 1926)   "How to Raise Children" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. p 9. Not listed in HARPER.  [EPBLIB]
  97. 'How to Write Humorous Verse' from Success Magazine (September, 1906)
  98. Success Magazine (September, 1906)   "How to Write Humorous Verse" Click here to see a picture of this item.Humor. "A Carefully Compiled Code for the Courageous." Illustrated by Clare V. Dwiggins. p 636-8.  [HARPER]
  99. D. A. C. News (March, 1925)   "Hubbertown Item"    [HARPER]
  100. 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]
  101. Munsey's Magazine (June, 1925)   "The Human Sphinx"   A novelette. "The story of a man of mystery and a house of tragedy in a quiet suburb of New York. Volume LXXXV. Number 1. p 1-29.  [EPBLIB]
  102. Story World and Photodramatist (April, 1923)   "Humor in Writing"    [HARPER]
  103. Writer's Markets and Methods (December, 1932)   "Humor in Writing" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay.  [LOCKE]
  104. Young Men (January, 1931)   "The Humorist Looks at Young Men's Problems"    [HARPER]
  105. Clues (October, 1929)   "The Hunch"   A story. "Inspector Laney's hunches were brilliant, but no one was prepared for the one he played in the 'three-letter' murders." Published twice monthly, the full title of this publication is "Clues: A Magazine of Detective Stories." One illustration. p 222-228.  [COOK+MILLER]
  106. American Girl (April, 1937)   "The Hurry-Up Mystery" Click here to see a picture of this item.A Betty Bliss story. "The Detective Club once again relies on Betty Bliss's quick eye for a solution." Illustrated by Leslie Turner. p 17-19, 39, 41-3.  [CHAPIN, HARPER]
  107. 'The Hurry-Up Mystery' from American Girl magazine (April, 1937)
  108. Touchstone (January, 1918)   "Huts of the White Knights"   Not indexed in BEST. p. 352-4.  [RGTPL]

Periodicals (Poetry)

  1. Puck (December 22, 1897)   "Her Buttoned Kids"    [HARPER]
  2. Up to Date (September 26, 1896)   "Her Matchless Smile"    [HARPER]
  3. National Magazine (December, 1900)   "Hiram's Fam'ly Tree"   p 189.  [HARPER]
  4. Truth (February 29, 1896)   "His Lordship"    [HARPER]
  5. 'How'd You Like It?' from Judge magazine (April 8, 1922)
  6. Judge (April 8, 1922)   "How'd You Like It?" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem. p 1.  [HARPER]
  7. Leslie's Monthly (February, 1903)   "The Hunter" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem in twelve verses. Illustrated by B. Cory Kilvert. p 433. HARPER lists only one poem in this issue.  [HARPER]
  8. Judge (September 8, 1906)   "Hunting the Octopus"    [HARPER]

Related Materials

  1. North American Review (August, 1929)   "Has America a Sense of Humor?"   By Thomas Lansing Masson. North American Review 228, page 178.  [CHAPIN]
  2. BOOK: 1885-1905: A History of American Magazines (1938)   By Frank Luther Mott. Volume IV of A History of American Magazines. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.  [HARPER]


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