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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

Titles starting with 'K'


    Kilo (October, 1907)
  1. Kilo (October, 1907)   SEE CONTENTS.Click here to see a picture of this item.Subtitle: "Being the Love Story of Eliph' Hewlitt Book Agent." A novel in nineteen stories about Eliph' Hewlitt and the fictional town of Kilo in Iowa. New York: The McClure Company.  [EPBLIB]

Other Material

  1. BOOK: Kids is Kids (1917)   New York: New York City Public Welfare Committee.  [NYPL]


  1. Is My Face Red! (1945) "The Kennel and the Cat Coop"   Pamphlet. Compiled by R. M. Barrows and Margaret Foster. Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers.  [EPBLIB]

Periodicals (Prose)

  1. Red Book (March, 1918)   "K7982"    [HARPER]
  2. Argosy (October 25, 1924)   "Kakaua the Unconquered"   A story. p 70-80.  [ARGOSY, PULP]
  3. Every Week (May 21, 1932)   "Keep It Quiet"   A Fenderton Roper story. Illustrated by Etherl Hays. Found in the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune.  [NPA]
  4. Red Cross Magazine (May, 1919)   "Keeping Up Grandma's Morale"   A story. Illustrated by J. R. Shaver. Also, an editor's note on page 51 in the April 1919 issue calls attention to this story. p 39-43.  [HARPER]
  5. Woman's Home Companion (August, 1926)   "Kennel and the Cat Coop"   A story. Illustrations by Frederick Chapman. The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 24-25, 94-97.  [RGTPL]
  6. 'The Kick-Off' from Success Magazine (January, 1925)
  7. Success Magazine (January, 1925)   "The Kick-Off" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "Humorous Story of the Rich Man and the Poet." Illustrated by H. J. Peck. "Success: The Human Magazine." p 26-30, 94-96.  [HARPER]
  8. Argosy (August 8, 1931)   "Kidnaping Insurance" Click here to see a picture of this item.A short story. "A surprising form of protection." One illustration. And, yes, it was published as "kidnaping" not "kidnapping." p 91-100.  [ARGOSY, PULP]
  9. Clues (February, 1932)   "The Killing of Nick Cattolo"    [COOK+MILLER]
  10. Human Life (April, 1911)   "King Kelly and the Rinky-Forry"    [HARPER]
  11. Red Book (April, 1916)   "The Kinwiller Case"   A Philo Gubb story.  [EPBLIB]
  12. Washington Post (December 9, 1917)   "The Kinwiller Case"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Thornton Fisher. p SM4.  [WASHPOST]
  13. Pall Mall Magazine (January, 1912)   "Kissing Hannah"   A story. p 139-44.  [HARPER]
  14. Fruit Garden and Home (December, 1922)   "Kitchen Efficiency" Click here to see a picture of this item.An essay. "The work a woman does in the house is the most blessed thing life gives her." p 11-12.  [HARPER]
  15. Laughter (December 1925 - January, 1926)   "The Klassy Klose Drama"   Hamlet rewritten. p 10-14.  [HARPER]
  16. 'A Knight Without Reproach' from Saturday Evening Post magazine (November 8, 1919)
  17. Saturday Evening Post (November 8, 1919)   "A Knight Without Reproach" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustration by S. Gordon Smyth. p 69-70.  [HARPER]

Related Materials

  1. King Vidor (1988) "The Jack-Knife Man"   An extended oral history of King Vidor who directed the film made from Ellis Parker Butler's book The Jack-Knife Man. Interviewed by Nancy Dowd and David Shepard. Metuchen NJ and London: The Directors Guild of America and The Scarecrow Press. p 21-25. ISBN 0-8108-2161-3.  [EPBLIB]


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