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Bibliography of Ellis Parker Butler

Titles starting with 'N'

Other Material

  1. Shippensburg News (December 25, 1896)   "A Nameless Gift"   A story. "Why Sister Mary Broke Her Engagement with the Doctor." One illustration. Shippensburg (Pennyslvania) News; December 25, 1896; p 1.  [EPBLIB]
  2. New York Times (April 30, 1933)   "Review"   A review of Jo Ann, Tomboy. p 12.  [EPBLIB]


  1. Today's Literature (1935) "Nature's Wisdom"   A poem. Dudley Chadwick Gordon, Vernon Rupert King and William Whittingham Lyman, editors. New York: American Book Company. p 332. ISBN 0848666283.  [HARPER, ROTH]
  2. Good Reading: Adventure (1938) "Nature's Wisdom"   A poem. Edited by Tom Peete Cross, Reed Smith, Elmer C. Stauffer and Elizabeth Collette. Boston: the Athenaeum Press, Ginn and Company. Also, there is probably an earlier edition in 1930. p 311.  [EPBLIB]

Periodicals (Prose)

  1. Judicious Advertising (April, 1904)   "Nailing Kate"   A Perkins of Portland story.  [HARPER]
  2. Up to Date (November 20, 1897)   "A Narrow Escape"    [HARPER]
  3. Popular Magazine (April, 1937)   "The Nawaba"   A story.  [PULPGEN]
  4. Short Stories (January, 1912)   "Neat and Tidy"    [HARPER]
  5. Red Book (July, 1916)   "The Needle, Watson"   A Philo Gubb story. "Introducing a new character in the stories of Philo Gubb, the correspondence-school deteckative." The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. Illustrated by Rea Irvin. p 607-16.  [HARPER]
  6. Washington Post (December 16, 1917)   "The Needle, Watson!"   A Philo Gubb story. Illustrated by Thornton Fisher. p SM5.  [WASHPOST]
  7. Fruit Garden and Home (April, 1924)   "The Neighbor's Kids"   An essay. p 21-22. Also, editor's comments on page 66.  [HARPER]
  8. National Magazine (August, 1901)   "Nels Petersen, Labor Agitator"   A short story.  [EPBLIB]
  9. 'The Nerve of A Casey' from Milestones magazine (November, 1917)
  10. Milestones (November, 1917)   "The Nerve of A Casey" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. Illustrated by Norman Rockwell.  [EBAY]
  11. D. A. C. News (January, 1925)   "Neurotic Nora"   "One of These, Now, Morbid Modern Short Stories."  [HARPER]
  12. American Magazine (May, 1932)   "Never Again!"   Illustrated by Edw. L. Chase. "Mr. Muzzy jumped up, and Miss Marjorie turned and saw a police officer. The cop strode to Jimmy and grasped his arm." Volume 113. Number 5. Sumner Blossom, editor.  [RGTPL]
  13. Grit (Story Section) (September 6, 1936)   "Never, Never"   A story. "Clever bride gets free board when hubby loses his job" p 14-15, 19, 21-23.  [HARPER]
  14. Judge's Library (September, 1911)   "A New England Courtship"   The full title of this publication is "Judge's Library and Sis Hopkins Own Book Combined: A Magazine of Fun."  [HARPER]
  15. Atlantic Monthly (November, 1933)   "The New Novel Menace"   Humor. The author rants about long novels. Uncredited. p 638-39.  [HARPER]
  16. American Magazine (November, 1929)   "New Plumes for Old"   A story. Illustrations by Herbert Paus. According to correspondence in the collected papers of NYPL, the author was paid $1200 for this story.  [NYPL, RGTPL]
  17. Bookman (April, 1920)   "The New Poet of Nature"   A story.  [RGTPL]
  18. Puck (October 4, 1911)   "The New Reporter"    [HARPER]
  19. Hampton's Magazine (April, 1909)   "The News Value of Old Billings"   A story. Illustrations by Albert Levering. p 493-502.  [EPBLIB]
  20. Pearson's Magazine (August, 1910)   "The News Value of Old Billings"   A story. p 242-51. HARPER listed these pages as September 1910, which they are not.  [EPBLIB]
  21. Home Life (September, 1913)   "The News Value of Old Billings"   A story about Mr. Billings, the town grocer in Kilo. Two illustrations.  [EPBLIB]
  22. Green Book (April, 1917)   "A Nice State of Affairs"    [HARPER]
  23. 'The Ninety and Nine' from All-Story magazine (February 9, 1918)
  24. All-Story (February 9, 1918)   "The Ninety and Nine" Click here to see a picture of this item.  [EBAY]
  25. Blue Book (December, 1915)   "No. 40 Elm Avenue" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. "Benny the Book-agent tumbles into one of the most exciting adventures of his gay career." The name "Ellis Parker Butler" appears on the cover. p 275-283.  [EPBLIB]
  26. Red Book (June, 1917)   "No Mystery"   A Shagbark Jones story.  [HARPER]
  27. Farmer's Wife (January, 1932)   "No Woman Wanted"   A story. Illustrated by Harry T. Fisk.  [EPBLIB]
  28. Goblin (March, 1928)   "Nobility, What?" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. One illustration by Bryant Fryer (sp?). p 18-19.  [HARPER]
  29. Smart Set (April, 1906)   "Non Compos Mentis" Click here to see a picture of this item.A story. p 133-39.  [EPBLIB]
  30. Red Book (December, 1921)   "Norna"   As James K. Hanna. One of a series called "The Great Graft Syndicate."  [HARPER]
  31. Holland's Magazine (April, 1931)   "Not Quite"   A story. Illustrations by Harold Denison. p 30-31, 50-52.  [HARPER]
  32. 'Non Compos Mentis' from Smart Set magazine (April, 1906)
  33. Metropolitan (September, 1919)   "Number Five"   A story. "The four surplus young women felt a sort of tremulous expectancy. Their time would soon come." Illustrations by M. L. Blumenthal. p 17-18, 65.  [HARPER]

Periodicals (Poetry)

    'Nature's Wisdom' from Saturday Evening Post magazine (January 13, 1934)
  1. Saturday Evening Post (January 13, 1934)   "Nature's Wisdom" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem. p 59.  [RGTPL]
  2. Puck (December 14, 1898)   "New Candy Shop"    [HARPER]
  3. New England Magazine (October, 1893)   "Night In the City" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem in 12 verses. Credited to "Ellis Butler." p 160.  [MOA]
  4. Truth (January 1, 1898)   "A '98 Model"    [HARPER]
  5. Snappy Stories (August 4, 1919)   "No Beer, No Work" Click here to see a picture of this item.A poem in 25 verses. p 1.  [EPBLIB]


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