NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
*Adkins, Nelson F., ‘‘James K. Paulding’s Lion of the West, American Literature, Vol. 3 (November 1931).
*Anderson, Sir Robert, ‘‘Sherlock Holmes, Detective,’‘ T.P.’s Weekly, October 2, 1903.
*Andrews, Kenneth, ‘‘Broadway, Our Literary Signpost,’‘ The Bookman, Volume LIV (George H. Doran Company, September 1921 – February 1922).
*Barry III, Clifton E., & Maija S. Cheung, ‘‘New Tactics Against Tuberculosis,’‘ Scientific American, Volume 300, Number 3, March 2009.
*Barnes, Clive, ‘‘Theater: ‘Secret Service’ Returns, New York Times, April 13, 1976.
*Bliss, Austin, ‘‘William Gillette On the Air,’‘ Baker Street Miscellanea (Sciolist Press) No. 29, Spring 1982.
*Broadway Magazine, ‘‘This Is What Mr. Gillette Says About His Cigars,’‘ Vol. IV, No. 4, January 1900.
*Brookhiser, Richard, ‘‘Carrying Sticks and Hugging Trees ,’‘ The New York Times, Books, December 9, 2001.
*Burton, Richard, ‘‘William Gillette,’‘ The Book Buyer, February 1898.
*Burton, Richard, ‘‘William Gillette,’‘ The Drama, No. 12, November 1913.
*Campbell, Susan, ‘‘A Brisk Tour Of Bushnell Park – Its Key Shapers, Trees, Buried River,’‘ The Hartford Courant, June 15, 2007, Section: Life.
*Carlson, Barbara, ‘‘Man of Many Talents, Actor Still Baffles Researchers,’‘ Hartford Courant, October 21, 1970.
*Chaillé, Standard E., ‘‘The American Mountain Sanitarium for Consumption, at Asheville, North Carolina,’‘ North Carolina Medical and Surgical Journal, Issue 3, 1878.
*Clemens, Samuel, ‘‘A Wonderful Pair of Slippers, (With Letters Concerning them From Mark Twain and Elsie Leslie Lyde.),’‘ St. Nicholas, An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks, Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge, Vol. XVII, Part I., November, 1889, to April, 1890 (The Century Company, 1890), pp. 309–313.
*Coburn, Charles, ‘‘Playing Opposite ‘Our Youngest Actor,’’‘ Stage, March 1936.
*Connecticut Woodlands, ‘‘Saving the Gillette Castle’‘ (Connecticut Forest and Park Association), October 1943.
*Conway, Jack, ‘‘Seventh Sister of William Gillette,’‘ The Sunday Republican Magazine, July 16, 1967.
*Dahlinger, S. E., ‘‘The Sherlock Holmes We Never Knew,’‘ The Baker Street Journal, Vol. 49, No. 3, September 1999.
*Dodge, Wendell Phillips, ‘‘William Gillette,’‘ Strand Magazine, Vol. XLII, No. 249, October 1911.
*Drama of the Month, The Bookman, Volume XVIII (Dodd, Mead and Company, September 1903 – February 1904), 514–519.
*Dithmar, Edward, ‘‘Secret Service,’‘ Harper’s Weekly, October 10, 1896.
*Dramatic Review, ‘‘William Gillette, the Man,’‘ March 1901; Sherlock Holmes Collection, Special Collections & Rare Books, Elmer L. Anderson Library, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
*Duffy, Richard, ‘‘Gillette, Actor and Playwright,’‘ Ainslee’s Magazine, Vol. VI, No. 1, August 1900.
*Eaton, Walter Prichard, ‘‘Life Begins Again at 80 for Actor William Gillette,’‘ Boston Herald, 2/2/36.
*Evans, Wainwright, ‘‘Is Sherlock Holmes Alive?,’‘ Condensed from Saga, June 1954, Reader’s Digest, August 1954.
*Fiske, Minnie Maddern, ‘‘The Art of Charles Chaplin,’‘ Harper’s Weekly, May 6, 1917.
*Fletcher, Lucille, ‘‘Onward & Upward With the Arts,’‘ The New Yorker, Vol. XVI, No. 9, April 13, 1940.
*Frenz, Horst, & Louise Campbell, ‘‘Gillette on the London Stage,’‘ Queen’s Quarterly, November 1945.
*Gill, Brendan, ‘‘Gillette Castle, An Actor’s Folly on a Connecticut Hilltop,’‘ Architectural Digest, November 1993.
*’‘Gillette Returns to Be One of the ‘Three Wise Fools,’’‘ News-week Magazine, Vol. VII, No. 4, January 25, 1936.
*Gillette, William, Esmerelda, The Century Magazine, Vol. XXIII, New Series VOL I, November 1881 to April 1882 (The Century Co., 1882).
*Gillette, William, ‘‘Mr. William Gillette Surveys the Field,’‘ Harper’s Weekly, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1676, February 2, 1889, Supplement.
*Gillette, William H., ‘‘The House-Boat in America,’‘ The Outlook, Vol. 65, No. 5, June 2, 1900.
*Gillette, William H., ‘‘When a Play Is Not a Play,’‘ Vanity Fair, Vol. 5, Nos. 5–7 – vol. 6, Nos. 2–4, January–June 1916.
*Halbert, DeLancey M., ‘‘Julia Marlowe,’‘ Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Volume LV, November 1902–April 1903 (Frank Leslie Publishing House, 193).
*Hamann, Jack, ‘‘When Justice Became a Casualty of War,’‘ American History Magazine, Volume 43, Number 1, April 2008.
*Hamilton, Clayton, ‘‘American Playwrights of To-Day,’‘ The Mentor, Vol. 11, No. 2, Serial No. 241.
*Hamilton, Clayton, ‘‘Plays, Home-Made and Imported,’‘ The Bookman 32, February 1911.
*Hamilton, Clayton, ‘‘William Gillette, Theatrical Craftsman,’‘ Collier’s, the National Weekly, Volume 56, Number 14, December 18, 1915.
*Hammond, Percy, ‘‘The Theaters,’‘ New York Times, March 2, 1936.
*Hapgood, Norman, ‘‘The Theatrical Syndicate,’‘ The International Monthly, A Magazine of Contemporary Thought, Volume I, January-June 1900.
*Hayes, Helen, ‘‘Just Living,’‘ Ladies Home Journal, April 1936.
*Hennessy, Roland Burke, ‘‘New Plays In New York,’‘ Broadway Magazine, Vol. IV, No. 4, January 1900.
*Holm, D.K., ‘‘A Nose for Movies – Johnny Depp is Really the Best Actor in Hollywood,’‘ Portland Mercury, Vol. 1, No. 44, April 5 – Apr 11 2001.
*Howells, W. D., ‘‘Editor’s Easy Chair,’‘ Harper’s Monthly Magazine, Volume CXXXIII (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1916).
*Howells, William Dean, ‘‘Life and Letters,’‘ Harper’s Weekly, Vol. XLL, No. 2093, January 30, 1897.
*Hutchens, John, ‘‘The World of Things Overdone,’‘ Theatre Arts Monthly, Volume XIV (Theatre Arts, Inc., 1930).
*Hyman, Tony, ‘‘America and the Golden Age of Cigars,’‘ The Compleat Smoker, Volume 1, Number 4, Summer 1991.
*Jackson, J. H., M.D., ‘‘Address to the First Graduating Class of the Jackson Sanatorium Training School For Nurses,’‘ The Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, A Monthly Journal of Physiological Medicine, Volume XX (The Gazette Publishing Company, 1904).
*Kanfer, Stefan, ‘‘The Game Is Still Afoot,’‘ Time Magazine, August 17, 1987.
*Keddie, James, Jr., ‘‘About a William Gillette Collection,’‘ The Baker Street Journal, March 1962.
*King, Dixie, ‘‘Bernard Shaw and William Gillette,’‘ English Literature in Transition – 1880–1920, Volume 27, Number 3, 1984.
*Kobbé, Gustav, ‘‘The Real William Gillette,’‘ The Ladies’ Home Journal, Vol.XX No. 10, 1903.
*LaBorde, Charles B., Jr., ‘‘Sherlock Holmes on the Stage: William Gillette,’‘ The Baker Street Journal, Vol. 26, No. 3, September 1976.
*MacFarlane, Peter Clark, ‘‘The Magic of William Gillette,’‘ Everybody’s Magazine, February 1915.
*Marbury, Elizabeth, ‘‘My Crystal Ball,’‘ The Saturday Evening Post, September 15, 1923.
*Mark Twain’s Place in American Literature, The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21), VOLUME XVIII. Later National Literature, Part II <www.bartleby.com/227/0101.html>.
*Matthews, Brander, ‘‘Makers of American Drama,’‘ The Mentor, Vol. II, No. 2, March 1923.
*Moses, Montrose, ‘‘William Gillette Says Farewell,’‘ Theatre Guild Magazine, Volume VII, Number 4, January 1930.
*’‘Diplomacy,’‘ The Nation, vol. 99, No. 2575, November 5, 1914.
*’‘New York Honors Edwin Booth,’‘ Theatre Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 1, Arthur Hornblow, Editor; Theatre Magazine Company, 1919.
*Nichols, Harold J., ‘‘William Gillette: Innovator In Melodrama,’‘ The Theatre Annual 1975 (John Cabot International College, Rome 1975).
*Number, Ronald L., ‘‘Dr. Jackson’s Water Cure and its Influence on Adventist Health Reform,’‘ Adventist Heritage, Vol. I, No. 1, January 1974.,
*Oliver, Edith, ‘‘Off Broadway, Joshing Billings,’‘ The New Yorker, Vol. XXXIX, No. 49, January 25, 1964.
*Perkins, Henry A., ‘‘William Gillette the Man,’‘ Connecticut Woodlands (Connecticut Forest and Park Association), February 1945.
*Phillips, Michael, ‘‘When Chicago Created Hollywood; 100 Years Ago, Essanay Films made the city a moviemaking center. Why the Industry moved west is a quintessential Second City tale,’‘ Chicago Tribune, July 22, 2007.
*Porter, Alice, ‘‘Thomas Hooker,’‘ Connecticut Magazine, July-August 1906.
*Pratt, Fletcher, ‘‘Monsieur Sherlock Holmes,’‘ condensed from The American Mercury, January 1936, Reader’s Digest, January 1937.
*Rosenblatt, Albert M., ‘‘The First Sherlock Holmes Cinematic Lawsuit,’‘ Baker Street Miscellanea, No. 76, Summer 1994.
*Schultz, Sigrid, ‘‘Princes and Potentates Robbed of Glamour,’‘ Chicago Tribune, February 8, 1931.
*Schuttler, Georg William, (1983) William Gillette: Marathon Actor and Playwright, The Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 17, Issue 3, Winter 1983, pp. 115–129. doi:10.1111/j.0022-3840.1983.1703_115.x
*Schuttler, Georg W. (1982), ‘‘William Gillette and Sherlock Holmes,’‘ The Journal of Popular Culture XV (4), 31–41 doi:10.1111/j.0022-3840.1982.1504_31.x.
*Scott, Clement, ‘‘Held by the Enemy, The Theatre, n.s. 9 (1887).
*Scott, Mrs. Samuel, ‘‘Plays of Intrinsic Interest,’‘ The Drama, Volume 20, Number 5.
*Shaw, Al, ‘‘Some Straight Talk About Curved Pipes,’‘ The Pipe Smoker’s Ephemeris, Published & Edited by Tom Dunn, College Point, New York, Winter-Spring 1994.
*Shaw, John Bennett, ‘‘Adventures on the Air, Edith Meiser in Conversation with John Bennett Shaw,’‘ Baker Street Miscellanea (Sciolist Press, Northeastern Illinois University), No. 36, Winter 1983.
*Shepstone, Harold J., ‘‘Mr. William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes,’‘ Strand Magazine, April 1901.
*Smith, Alan, ‘‘Smoking and Sherlock Holmes, A Three-Pipe Problem,’‘ Pipes, Vol. 4, No. 2, Summer 1999.
*Smith, Alan, ‘‘A Three-Pipe Problem: Pipes, Tobaccos and Sherlock Holmes,’‘ The Compleat Smoker (Vol. 1, No. 3, Spring 1991).
*Smith, Edgar W., ‘‘The Implicit Holmes,’‘ Baker Street Journal, Volume 1, No. 2.
*Solverud, Ross A., ‘‘The Adventures of the Meerschaum Calabash,’‘ Pipe Smoker, Jan/Feb/Mar 1987.
*Speed, John Gilmer, ‘‘A Week in New York Theatres,’‘ Forum, Volume XIX, March 1895.
*Starrett, Vincent, ‘‘Enter Mr. Sherlock Holmes,’‘ The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 150, No. 1, July 1932.
*Starrett, Vincent, ‘‘To William Gillette,’‘ The Baker Street Journal, March 1962.
*Stokes, Sewell, ‘‘The Story of J.M.B.,’‘ Theatre Arts, Vol. XXV, No. 11, Theatre Arts, Inc., November 1941.
*Stone, P.M., ‘‘William Gillette’s Stage Career,’‘ The Baker Street Journal, March 1962.
*Twain, Mark, ‘‘A Wonderful Pair of Slippers,’‘ St. Nicholas: An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks, Volume XVII, Part I, November, 1889, to April 1890.
*Ullman, E. Russell, & George S. Trow, ‘‘Gillette and Holmes: The Perfect Partners,’‘ My Country, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring-Summer 1975.
*Usher, Shaun, ‘‘The Star Who Died of a Broken Heart,’‘ The Daily Mail, September 14, 1995.
*Vineberg, Steve, ‘‘Delivering Something Real To ‘Ally McBeal’,’‘ New York Times, Sunday TELEVISION/RADIO, March 18, 2001.
*Welch, Deshler, Editor, ‘‘In the Limelight’s Glare,’‘ The Theatre, Volume IV, No. 18, Whole No. 96, September 1888 (The Theatre Publishing Company, 1889).
*Wheeler, Robert L., ‘‘When Mr. Ozaki Delivered the Mail,’‘ Providence Sunday Journal, August 21, 1955.
*Wilson, G. Lloyd, and Spencer, Ellwood H., ‘‘Growth of the Railroad Network in the United States,’‘ Land Economics, Vol. 26, No. 4 (November, 1950).
*Wolf, Rennold, ‘‘William Gillette, The Little-Known Human Side of a Well-Known Actor and Dramatist,’‘ Smith’s Magazine, Vol. V, No. 3, June 1907.
*Woollcott, Alexander, ‘‘The Baker Street Irregulars,’‘ Shouts and Murmurs, The New Yorker Magazine, December 29, 1934.
*Wyman, Carolyn, ‘‘Sherlock Holmes Would Feel at Home Here,’‘ Yankee Magazine, Vol. 44, No. 1, January 1980.
*Zecher, Henry, ‘‘Sherlock Holmes and the 21st Century,’‘ three-part series on the entire Sherlock Holmes phenomenon and Holmes’ status in the oncoming 21st century; The Pipe Smoker’s Ephemeris, published and edited by Tom Dunn, College Point, New York, issues of Autumn 1996–Winter 1997, Spring-Summer 1997 and Autumn 1997–Winter 1998; also found at <www.henryzecher.com>.
*Blau, Peter, ‘‘Mr. Holmes Was a Dinner Guest at the White House,’‘ published by The Spermaceti Press, Pittsfield, MA, for the Annual Dinner of The Baker Street Irregulars on January 7, 1977.
*Cartwright, M. E., The Contribution of William Gillette to Realism in American Drama (an unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Arts, Washington University, 1937.
*Cook, Doris E., ‘‘The Library of William Gillette: A Partial Check-List,’‘ Bulletin of Bibliography, Vol. 22, No. 1, September-December 1956; Vol. 22, No. 5, January-April, 1958; Vol. 22, No. 6, May-August, 1958.
*Downing, Harriet Cheney, Connecticut Memories of William Gillette, private manuscript, November 30, 1959.
*Doyle, Arthur Conan, ‘‘Some Personalia about Sherlock Holmes,’‘ in Haining, Peter, Ed., The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook (Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., 1974), p. 26; also found in Haining, Peter, The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Apocryphile Press, 2005); and Green, Richard Lancelyn, The Uncollected Sherlock Holmes (Penguin, 1983).
*Falconieri, John V., Editor, The Theatre Annual 1875, A Publication of Information and Research in the Arts and History of the Theatre, John Cabot International College, Rome, Italy, and Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio, 1975.
*Frohman, Charles, Birth Certificate, Sandusky, Ohio, Probate Court, June 15, 1856.
*Gillette, William, ‘‘America’s Great Opportunity,’‘ The World War: Utterances Concerning Its Issues and Conduct by Members of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Printed for It’s Archives and For Free Circulation (The American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1919).
*Gillette, Francis, Certificate of Death, Office of Vital Statistics, Hartford, Connecticut, October 1, 1879.
*Gillette, Francis, Last Will of Francis Gillette, Signed October 12, 1877, City of Hartford Probate Records, 1876–1880, Microfilm #LDS1314362, CSL #986, continued on LDS #987, Pages 435–436, and 539–541.
*Gillette, Helen, Death Certificate, Office of Vital Statistics, Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Greenwich, Connecticut, September 1, 1888.
*Gillette, William, Last Will and Testament, 1/27/37.
*Gillette, William, Medical Certificate of Death, Connecticut State Department of Health, signed by Dr. John A. Wentworth, April 29, 1937.
*Gillette, William, Last Will and Testament, 1/27/37.
*Gillette, William H., Sherlock Holmes; Act. IV, 1901 October 26; William H. Gillette Collection, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Hartford, CT.
*Healy, Norleen Wingerter, William Gillette: Master Craftsman, M.A., University of Wyoming, 1968.
*Held, McDonald Watkins, A History of Stage Lighting in the United States in the Nineteenth Century (A Dissertation to the Graduate School in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy, Field of Speech – Theatre, Northwestern University), June 1955.
*Hemsley, Gilbert W., Jr., A History of Stage Lighting in America: 1879–1917 (unpublished M.F.A. thesis, Yale Drama School, Yale University, 1960).
*In Memoriam – Bronson Howard, 1842–1908, Addresses Delivered at the Memorial Meeting Sunday, October 18, 1908, at the Lyceum Theatre, New York (New York, 1919).
*Letters of Salutation and Felicitation Received by William Gillette on the Occasion of His Farewell to the Stage in Sherlock Holmes (1929), Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Hartford, Connecticut.
*Lewis, Selina, ‘‘1000 Pines,’‘ 11/1/77, privately typed paper, Polk County Historical Society.
*Malec, Andrew, The Frederic Dorr Steele Memorial Collection, Special Collections and Rare Books, University of Minnesota Libraries, 1987).
*Malec, Andrew, Editor, Molding the Image. William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes (University of Minnesota, Special Collections Gallery of the O. Meredith Wilson Library., 1983).
*Malec, Andrew, The Other Master: Frederic Dorr Steele (University of Minnesota, Special Collections Gallery of the O. Meredith Wilson Library, for4 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in Minnesota, a Conference, September 28–29, 1984).
*Mark Twain in Hartford (Mark Twain Memorial, Hartford, CT, 1974).
*Marks, Catherine Maxwell, William Gillette and the Stage of Enterprise (An unpublished thesis submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, June 1974.
*Nash, Marcia Lee Merrill, William Hooker Gillette, Director (An unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Performing Studies, New York University, May 1996).
*Publicity Poster for 1929 Farewell Tour – Letters of Tribute to William Gillette on the occasion of his farewell to the stage in his famous creation Sherlock Holmes; courtesy of Peter Blau.
*Record Plat, Thousand Pines Section, Gillette Woods, Tryon, N.C., Nov. 20, 1929, A. A. Merrick Engineering Service, Revised December 15, 1940, Polk County Courthouse, Columbus, N.C.
*Representative Men of Connecticut, 1861–1894 (Massachusetts publishing company, 1894).
*Russell, Ronald Howard, William Gillette in Sherlock Holmes (R.H. Russell, Publisher, 1900).
*Russell, Vera Kathryn, A Critical Analysis of William Gillette’s Influence on the Theatre (An unpublished thesis presented to the Department of Speech, University of Michigan, in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Master of Arts, August 20, 1943).
*Sayanagi, Kazuo, Life of Yukitaka Osaki (Zyco Corporation).
*Schaefer, Richard G., Primary Author, His Beloved Aunt Polly, Archaeological Preserve of East Haddam, CT, (Historical Perspectives, Inc., Westport, CT, 2003).
*Schuttler, Georg William, William Gillette, Actor and Director (An unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Speech Communication in the Graduate College of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1975).
*Sherk, H. Dennis, William Gillette: His Life and Works (An unpublished thesis in English submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School, Department of English, at the Pennsylvania State University, June 1961).
*Sherlock Holmes, Farewell Appearances of William Gillette 1929–1930, Official Program.
*’‘Sherlock Holmes Sees Faces in the Smoke,’‘ Blau, Peter E., Seasonal Souvenirs, Pittsfield, Mass.; Washington DC, The Spermaceti Press, 1968–1994, prepared for the annual dinners of The Baker Street Irregulars, 1980.
*’‘The Great Theatrical Syndicate, How Six dictators Control Our Amusements,’‘ Leslie’s Monthly Magazine, Volume LIX, No. 1, November 1904.
*Twichell, Joseph H., Journals (1874–1915) of the Rev. Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Twichell Papers, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
*Van Name, Fred, William Gillette… as Sherlock Holmes (Connecticut Vignettes, Copyright by Ed Wocl).
*Watson, Malcolm, & Edward Fordham Spence & Richard Lancelyn Green, Sheerluck Jones: A Dramatic Criticism in Four Paragraphs and as Many Headlines (Peter Schoffer, 1982).
*Woel, Edward, Gillette Castle State Park (1978).
*Keillor, Garrison, A Visit to Mark Twain’s House, The Complete Live Radio Broadcast of the Prairie Home Companion from Hartford, Connecticut, Recorded December 1, 1990, two Audio Cassettes, Minnesota Public Radio and the Mark Twain Foundation.
*LC Collection – Fox Movietone News: ‘‘Sherlock Holmes’‘ Turns Engineer [Newsclip of William Gillette], featuring William Gillette (Fox, 1927, two minutes, sound, b&w, 35mm).
*Mark Twain, A Film Directed by Ken Burns; Executive Producer Ken Burns; directed by Ken Burns; written by Dayton Duncan and Geoffrey C. Ward; produced by Dayton Duncan and Ken Burns; production of Florentine Films (The American Lives Film Project, Inc., 2001).
*Mark Twain’s Neighborhood – Nook Farm, Produced by Roynn Lisa Simmons, Connecticut Broadcasting Company, in cooperation with the Mark Twain House, the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, and the Antiquarian & Landmarks Society, XVI.
*Verde, Tom, ‘‘Gillette Castle,’‘ for The Savvy Travelor, July 18, 1998
*Welles, Orson, Sherlock Holmes, The Mercury Theater on the Air, Broadcast 9/28/38, from The Ultimate Sherlock Holmes Collection, Legends of Radio.
*William Gillette: A Connecticut Yankee and the American Stage, Connecticut Heritage Productions, Peter Loffredo, Producer, SDF-V7, debuted on Connecticut Public Television July 11, 1994.
*William Gillette, Voice of: Selections from Sherlock Holmes and The Celebrated Jumping Frog, National Voice Library/Michigan State University, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center.
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*Edwards, Herbert, & Julie Herne, James A. Hearne: Rise of Realism in the American Drama (University of Maine Press, 1964).
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*Fatout, Paul, Editor, Mark Twain Speaking (University of Iowa Press, 1976)
*Fawkes, Richard, Dion Boucicault, A Biography (Quartet Books Limited, 1979).
*Fields, Armond, Maude Adams, Idol of American Theater, 1872–1953 (McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2004).
*Fields, Mrs. James T., Charles Dudley Warner (McClure, Phillips & Co., 1904).
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*FitzLyon, April, Maria Malibran, Diva of the Romantic Age (Souvenir Press (Educational & Academic) Ltd, 1987).
*Fowler, Gene, Good Night, Sweet Prince (The Viking Press, 1944).
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*Frohman, Daniel, Encore (Lee Furman, Inc., 1937).
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*Hamilton, Dr. Alice, Exploring the Dangerous Trades (Little, Brown & Co., 1943).
*Harbaugh, William Henry, The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt (Collier Books, 1961, 1963).
*Hawley, Joshua Davis, Theodore Roosevelt: Preacher of Righteousness (Yale University Press, 2008).
*Hayes, Helen, with Lewis Funke, A Gift of Joy (M. Evans and Company, Inc., and J. B. Lippincott, 1965).
*Hayes, Helen, with Katherine Hatch, My Life in Three Acts (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1990).
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*Hedrick, Joan D., Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life (Oxford University Press, 1994).
*Higham, Charles, The Adventures of Conan Doyle, the Life of the Creator of Sherlock Holmes (W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1976).
*Hirsch, Foster, The Boys From Syracuse (Southern Illinois University Press, 1998).
*Hoffman, Andrew, Inventing Mark Twain (Phoenix Press, 1998).
*Hoyt, Edwin P., Alexander Woollcott: The Man Who Came to Dinner (Chilton Book Company, 1973).
*Huff, Theodore, Charlie Chaplin (Henry Schuman, 1951).
*Irving, Laurence, Henry Irving, The Actor and His World (The MacMillan Company, 1952).
*Irving, Laurence, The Precarious Crust (Chatto & Windus, 1971).
*Kahn, E.J., The Merry Partners, The Age and Stage of Harrigan & Hart (Random House, 1955)
*Kaplan, Justin, Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain (Simon & Schuster, 1966).
*Keller, Helen, The Story of My Life (Hodder & Stoughton, 1914).
*Keller, Morton, Editor, Theodore Roosevelt, A Profile (Hill and Wang, 1967).
*Kellner, Bruce, Last Dandy, Ralph Barton: American Artist, 1891–1931 (University of Missouri Press, 1991).
*Kemble, Frances Ann, Record of a Girlhood, 3 Volumes (Richard Bentley and Son, 1878).
*Kobler, John, Damned in Paradise: The Life of John Barrymore (Atheneum, 1977).
*Kotsilibas-Davis, James, Great Times, Good Times, The Odyssey of Maurice Barrymore (Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1977).
*Kraft, Betsy Harvey, Theodore Roosevelt, Champion of the American Spirit (Clarion Books, 2003).
*Lanza, Joseph, & Dennis Penna, Russ Columbo and the Crooner Mystique (Feral House, 2002).
*Lawton, Mary, A Lifetime With Mark Twain (Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1925).
*Leach, Joseph, Bright Particular Star, The Life & Times of Charlotte Cushman (CardinalBook electronic edition, 1997; originally published by Yale University Press, 1970).
*Lellenberg, Jon L., Daniel Stashower & Charles Foley, Arthur Conan Doyle, A Life in Letters (The Penguin Press, 2007).
*Leslie, Elsie, Trustable and Preshus Friends Douglass, Jane, Editor, (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977).
*Liebow, Ely, Dr. Joe Bell, Model for Sherlock Holmes (Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1982).
*Lodge, Henry Cabot, American Statesmen – Daniel Webster (Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1892).
*Lofaro, Michael A., Davy Crockett, The Man, The Legend, The Legacy 1786–1986 (University of Tennessee Press, 1985).
*Lycett, Andrew, The Man Who Created Sherlock Holmes, The Life and Times of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Free Press, 2007).
*Lynn, Kenneth S., Charlie Chaplin and His Times (Simon & Schuster, 1997).
*Lystra, Karen, Dangerous Intimacy, The Untold Story of Mark Twain’s Final Years (University of California Press, 2006).
*MacKaye, Percy, Epoch: The Life of Steele MacKay, 2 Volumes (Boni & Liveright, 1927).
*Marker, Lise-Lone, David Belasco: Naturalism in the American Theatre (Princeton University Press, 1974).
*Marks, Jeffrey, Anthony Boucher (McFarland, 2008).
*Marlowe, Julia, & Edward Hugh Sothern, Julia Marlowe’s Story (Rinehard, 1954).
*Mason, John Hope, The Irresistible Diderot (Quartet Books, 1982).
*McCabe, John, Charlie Chaplin (Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1978).
*Miller, Nathan, Theodore Roosevelt, A Life (William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1992).
*Milton, Joyce, Tramp, the Life of Charlie Chaplin (Da Capo Press, 1998).
*Morehouse, Ward, Just the Other Day (McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1953).
*Morehouse, Ward, Matinee Tomorrow, Fifty Years of Our Theater (Whittlesey House, 1949).
*Morgan, Ted, Maugham, A Biography (Simon and Schuster, 1980).
*Morris, Edmund, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt (Modern Library Paperback Edition, 2001).
*Morris, Edmund, Theodore Rex (Modern Library Paperback Edition, 2001).
*Morse, Frank P., Backstage With Henry Miller (E. P. Dutton & Co., 1938).
*Mosel, Tad, Leading Lady, The World and Theatre of Katharine Cornell (Little, Brown and Company, 1978).
*Nolan, Jeannette Covert, The Story of Clara Barton of the Red Cross (Julian Messner, Inc., 1941).
*Nordon, Pierre, Conan Doyle (John Murray, 1966).
*Oakley, Helen McK., Three Hours for Lunch, The Life and Times of Christopher Morley (Watermill Publishers, 1976).
*O’Brien, Sharon, Willa Cather, The Emerging Voice (Oxford University Press, 1987).
*O’Toole, Patricia, When Trumpets Call, Theodore Roosevelt After the White House (Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2005).
*Ozaki, Yei Theodora, Warriors of Old Japan and Other Stories (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909), Biographical Sketch by Mrs. Hugh Fraser.
*Ozaki, Yukio, The Autobiography of Ozaki Yukio, the Struggle for Constitutional Government in Japan, translated by Marius B. Jansen (Princeton University Press, 2001).
*Paine, Albert Bigalow, Mark Twain, A Biography, 4 Volumes (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1912).
*Paine, Albert Bigelow, Mark Twain’s Letters, Two Volumes (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1917).
*Patterson, Ada, Maude Adams, A Biography (Meyer Bros. & Co., 1907).
*Payne, Ben Iden, A Life in a Wooden O: Memoirs of the Theatre (Yale University Press, 1977).
*Pearson, Hesketh, Conan Doyle, His Life and Art (British Publishers Guild, Methuen and Company, Ltd, 1946).
*Pearson, Hesketh, G.B.S., A Full Length Portrait (Garden City Publishing Co., Inc., 1942).
*Perry, John, James A. Herne: the American Ibsen (Nelson-Hall, 1978).
*Peters, Margot, Design for Living, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne (Alfred A. Knopf, 2003).
*Peters, Margot, The House of Barrymore (Alfred A. Knopf, 1990).
*Peters, Margot, Mrs. Pat, The Life of Mrs. Patrick Campbell (Alfred A. Knopf, 1984).
*Pollock, Channing, Harvest of My Years (The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1943).
*Powers, Ron, Mark Twain, A Life (Free Press, 2005).
*Pringle, Henry F., Theodore Roosevelt, A Biography (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1931, 1956).
*Rathbone, Basil, In and Out of Character (Doubleday & Company, 1962).
*Renehan, Jr., Edward J., The Lion’s Pride, Theodore Roosevelt and His Family In Peace and War (Oxford University Press, 1998).
*Rennison, Nick, Sherlock Holmes, The Unauthorized Biography (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2001).
*Robbins, Phyllis, Maude Adams, An Intimate Portrait (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1956).
*Robbins, Phyllis, The Young Maude Adams (Marshall Johns Company, 1959).
*Robinson, David, Chaplin, His Life and Art (DA Capo Press, 1994).
*Roosevelt, Eleanor, The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt (Da Capo Press, 1992).
*Ruber, Peter A., The Last Bookman, a Journey into the Life & Times of Vincent Starrett (Candlelight Press, 1968).
*Ruggles, Eleanor, Edwin Booth, Prince of Players (W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1953).
*Salmon, Eric, Granville Barker, A Secret Life (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1983).
*Salvatore, Nick, Eugene V. Debs, Citizen and Socialist (University of Illinois Press, 1982).
*Sanborn, Margaret, Mark Twain, The Bachelor Years (Doubleday, 1990).
*Schickel, Richard, D. W. Griffith, An American Life (Simon and Schuster, 1984).
*Shackford, James Atkins, David Crockett, The Man and the Legend (University of North Carolina Press, 1956, 1986).
*Shackford, James A., & Stanley J. Folmsbee, A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee (University of Tennessee Press, 1973).
*Shaw, Anna Howard, Anna Howard Shaw: The Story of a Pioneer; foreword by Leontine T.C. Kelly (Pilgrim Press, 1994).
*Sheldon, Edward, The Man Who Lived Twice: the Biography of Edward Sheldon (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1956).
*Skinner, Cornelia Otis, Family Circle (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1948).
*Skinner, Cornelia Otis, Madame Sarah (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company & Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1966).
*Skinner, Otis, Footlights and Spotlights (Blue Ribbon Books, 1924).
*Sothern, E. H., The Melancholy Tale of ‘‘Me’‘, My Remembrances (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1916).
*Spence, Edward Fordham, Bar and Buskin: Being Memories of Life, Law and the Theatre (E. Mathews & Marrot, 1930).
*Spivak, Jeffrey, Buzz, The Life and Art of Busby Berkeley (University Press of Kentucky, 2010).
*Stagg, Jerry, The Brothers Shubert (Random House, 1968).
*Starrett, Vincent, Born in a Bookshop (University of Oklahoma Press, 1965).
*Stashower, Daniel, Teller of Tales, The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle (Henry Holt and Company, 1999).
*Stoker, Bram, Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving, 2 Volumes (The Macmillan Company, 1906).
*Strong, Leah, Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Mark Twain’s Friend and Pastor (University of Georgia Press, 1966).
*Sullivan, Mark, The Education of An American (Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1938).
*Schwab, Arnold T., James Gibbons Huneker, Critic of the Seven Arts (Stanford University Press, 1963).
*Teichmann, Howard, Smart Aleck, The Wit, World and Life of Alexander Woollcott (William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1976).
*Thomas, Augustus, The Print of My Remembrance (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922).
*Thomas, Lowell, Adventures Among Immortals (Dodd, Mead & Company, 1937).
*Thompson, Charles Willis, Presidents I’ve Known and Two Near Presidents (Bobbs-Merrill, 1929).
*Thurber, James, The Years With Ross (Harper Perennial Modern Classics; New Edition, 2000).
*Timberlake, Craig, The Bishop of Broadway (Library Publishers, 1954).
*Truman, Olivia, Beerbohm Tree’s Olivia (André Deutsch Limited, 1984).
*Tyler, George C., & J.C. Furnas, Whatever Goes Up – The Hazardous Fortunes of a Natural Born Gambler (Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1934).
*Walker, George Leon, Thomas Hooker: Preacher, Founder, Democrat (Dodd, Mead and Company, 1891).
*Ward, Leslie, Forty Years of ‘Spy’ (Chatto & Windus, 1915).
*Weller, Philip, The Life and Times of Sherlock Holmes (Crdscent Books, 1992).
*Whiffen, Blanche (Mrs. Thomas), Keeping Off the Shelf (E. P. Dutton, 1928).
*Wilson, Francis, Francis Wilson’s Life of Himself (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924).
*Wilson, Francis, Joseph Jefferson, Reminiscences of a Fellow Player (Chapman and Hall, Limited, 1906).
*Winter, William, Life and Art of Richard Mansfield, with Selections from his Letters (Moffat, Yard and Company, 1910).
*Winter, William, The Life of David Belasco, 2 Volumes (Moffat, Yard and Company, 1918).
THEATER & MEDIA HISTORY
*Archer, Gleason L., History of Radio to 1926 (Arno Press and the New York Times, 1971).
*Anderson, John, The American Theatre (The Dial Press, 1938).
*Arnott, Peter, The Theater in Its Time (Little Brown and Company, 1981).
*Atkinson, Brooks, Broadway (The MacMillan Company, 1970).
*Atkinson, J.C., Change of Air (Trübner & Co., 1867).
*Bates, Alfred; Editor-in-Chief, The Drama; Its History, Literature, and Influence on Civilization (The Athenian Society, 1903), Vol. XX.
*Beerbohm, Max, Around Theatres, Vol. II (Alfred A. Knopf, 1930).
*Bentley, Eric, The Life of the Drama (Atheneum, 1964).
*Berg, Albert Ellery, The Drama, Painting, Poetry,and Song (P. F. Collier, Publisher, 1884).
*Bigsby, W. E., and Wilmeth, Don B., The Cambridge History of American Theatre (Columbia University Press, 1998).
*Blum, Daniel, Great Stars of the American Stage, a Pictorial Record (Greenberg, 1952).
*Bolitho, William, Camera Obscura (Simon and Schuster, 1930).
*Bordman, Gerald, American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1914–1930 (Oxford University Press, 1995).
*Bordman, Gerald, The Concise Oxford Companion to American Theatre (Oxford University Press, 1984).
*Bordman, Gerald Martin, American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1869–1914 (Oxford University Press, 1994).
*Bradley, Edwin M., The First Hollywood Musicals: A Critical Filmography of 171 Features, 1927 Through 1932 (McFarland, 2004).
*Brockett, Oscar G., History of the Theatre (Allyn and Bacon, 1968).
*Brockett, Oscar G., The Theatre, An Introduction (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1974).
*Brockett, Oscar G., & Robert R. Findley, A History of European and American Theatre and Drama Since 1870 (Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973).
*Brooks, Peter, The Melodramatic Imagination (Yale University Press, 1976).
*Brown, T. Allston, A History of the New York Stage, From the First Performance in 1732 to 1901 (Dodd, Mead and Company, 1903).
*Browne, Walter, & F.A. Auston, Editors & Publishers, Who’s Who on the Stage (Walter Browne & F.A. Auston, 1906).
*Browne, Walter, & E. De Roy Koch, Who’s Who on the Stage (B. W. Dodge & Company, 1908).
*Carroll, David, The Matinee Idols (Arbor House, 1972).
*Cartmell, Van H., Cert, Bennett, Famous Plays of Crime and Detection (The Blakiston Company, 1946).
*Cather, Willa, The World and The Parish: Willa Cather’s Articles and Reviews, 1893–1901 (University of Nebraska Press, 1970).
*Churchill, Allen, The Great White Way, A Re-creation of Broadway’s Golden Era of Theatrical Entertainment (E. P. Dutton & Co., 1962).
*Clapp, John Bouvé, & Edwin Francis Edgett, Plays of the Present (The Dunlap Society, 1902).
*Clapp, John Bouvé, & Edwin Francis Edgett, Players of the Present, Three Volumes (The Dunlap Society, 1899–1901).
*Clapp, John Bouvé, & Edwin Francis Edgett, Players of the Present (Benjamin Blom, Inc., 1971).
*Clark, Barrett H., & George Freedley, A History of Modern Drama (Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1947).
*Cole, Toby, & Helen Krich Chinoy, Actors on Acting (Crown Publishers, 1949).
*Collier, Richard, Make-Believe, The Magic of International Theatre (Dodd, Mead & Company, 1986).
*Craig, Edward Gordon, On the Art of the Theatre (Browne’s Bookstore, 1912).
*Cullen, Rosemary, & Don B. Wilmeth, Editors, Plays by William Hooker Gillette (Cambridge university Press, 1983).
*Demastes, William W., Ed., Realism and the American dramatic Tradition (University of Alabama Press, 1996).
*Dickinson, Thomas H., Playwrights of the New American Theatre (The Macmillan Company, 1925).
*Diderot, Denis, Œuvres Complétes, Edition Chronologique (Reprint by Le Club Français Du Livre, 1979), Tome III.
*Diderot, Denis, Œuvres De Théâre De M. Diderot, Avec un Discours sur la Poésie Dramatique, (A. Amsterdam, 1772), Tome Second.
*Dolman, John, Jr., The Art of Play Production (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1928).
*Downer, Alan s., Fifty Years of American Drama (Henry Regnery Company, 1951).
*Eaton, Walter Prichard, The American Stage of To-day (Small, Maynard and Company, 1908).
*Eaton, Walter Prichard, The Drama In English (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1930).
*Everson, William K., American Silent Film (Da Capo Press, 1998).
*Ewen, David, The Story of America’s Musical Theater: 1st Edition (Chilton Co., 1961).
*Felheim, Marvin, The Theater of Augustin Daly, An Account of the Late Nineteenth Century American Stage (Harvard University Press, 1956).
*French, Samuel, One Act Plays for Stage and Study (Samuel French, 1924).
*French, Samuel, One-Act Plays for Stage and Study, First Series (Samuel French, Ltd., 1925).
*French, Samuel, One-Act Plays for Stage and Study, Second Series (Samuel French, Ltd., 1925).
*Gassner, John, Form and Idea in Modern Theatre (The Dryden Press, 1956).
*Geisinger, Marion, Plays, Players, & Playwrights, An Illustrated History of the Theatre, Revised to 1975 by Peggy Marks (Hart Publishing Company, Inc., 1975).
*Gillette, William H., A Legal Wreck (Rockwood Publishing Company, 1888).
*Gillette, William H., All the Comforts of Home, A Comedy In Four Acts (Harold Roorbach Publisher, 1897).
*Gillette, William, All the Comforts of Home (Samuel French, 1924).
*Gillette, William H., Electricity; a comedy in three acts (S. French; [etc., etc.] c1924).
*Gillette, William H., Esmeralda, a comedy-drama founded on Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett’s story of the same name, by Frances Hodgson Burnett and Wm. H. Gillette (Madison Square Theatre, 1881).
*Gillette, William H., The five-set war drama, Held by the Enemy, taking place in a southern city which has been captured and occupied by northern forces during the rebellion (S. French, 1898).
*Gillette, William H., Held by the Enemy (Samuel French, 1925).
*Gillette, William H., Too Much Johnson (Samuel French, 1912).
*Gillette, William H., The Illusion of the First Time in Acting, With An Introduction by George Arliss (Printed for the Dramatic Museum of Columbia University in the City of New York, MCMXV).
*Gillette, William H., & Alexandre Bisson, Mr. Wilkinson’s Widows, A Comedy-Farce in Three Acts, Manuscript, 1891, Reproduction, 1967, New York Public Library, New York, New York.
*Gillette, William H., William Hooker Gillette: The Illusion of the First Time in Acting (The Dramatic Museum of Columbia University in Papers on Acting, Second Series, Number 1, 1915).
*Gillette, William H., The Painful Predicament of Sherlock Holmes (Ben Abramson, 1955).
*Gillette, William H., An American drama arranged in four acts and entitled Secret Service; a romance of the southern Confederacy (S. French, 1898).
*Gillette, William H., An American drama arranged in four acts and entitled Secret Service; a romance of the southern Confederacy (S. French, 1925).
*Gillette, William H., Sherlock Holmes, a drama in four acts, adopted by Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette from the story by Arthur Conan Doyle entitled ‘‘The Strange Case of Miss Faulkner’‘ (S. French, ltd., 1922).
*Gillette, William H., Sherlock Holmes, A Play (Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1935).
*Gillette, William H., and Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sherlock Holmes, A Play (Doubleday, 1977).
*Glasstone, Victor, Victorian and Edwardian Theatres, an Architectural and Social Survey (Thames and Hudson, 1975).
*Grau, Robert, The Stage in the Twentieth Century (Broadway Publishing, 1912), Third Volume.
*Hall, Roger A., Performing the American Frontier, 1870–1906 (Cambridge University Press, 2001).
*Hamilton, Clayton M., Problems of the Playwright (Henry Holt and Company, 1917).
*Hanson, Patricia King, Executive Editor, The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States, Feature Films, 1911–1920; Feature Films, 1921–1930; Feature Films, 1931–1940 (University of California Press, 1971.
*Hapgood, Norman, The Stage in America 1897–1900 (MacMillian Co, 1901).
*Hartman, John Geoffrey, The Development of American Social Comedy From 1787 to 1936 (Octagon Books, 1971).
*Hay, Peter, Broadway Anecdotes (Oxford University Press, 1989).
*Hay, Peter, Theatrical Anecdotes (Oxford University Press, 1987).
*Haydock, Ron, Deerstalker! Holmes and Watson on Screen (The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1978).
*Hayman, Al, The Gaiety Years (Gassell & Company, LTD, 1975).
*Henderson, Mary C., The City and the Theatre, The History of New York Playhouses, A 250–Year Journey from Bowling Green to Times Square (Back Stage Books, 2004).
*Henderson, Mary, C. Theater in America: 250 Years of Plays, Players, and Productions (Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1996).
*Hewitt, Barnard, Theatre U.S.A. – 1665 to 1957 (McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1959).
*Hilmes, Michele, Radio Voices, American Broadcasting, 1922–1952 (University of Minnesota Press, 1997).
*Hooker, John, Some reminiscences of a long life; with a few articles on moral and social subjects of present interest (Belknap & Warfield, 1899).
*Hopkins, Arthur, To a Lonely Boy (Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1937).
*Hoyt, Harlow R., Town Hall Tonight (Bramhall House, MCMLV)
*Hughes, Glenn, A History of the American Theatre 1700–1950 (Samuel French, 1951).
*Hughes, Glenn, The Story of the Theatre (Samuel French, Ltd., 1928).
*Kendall, John S., The Golden Age of the New Orleans Theater (Louisiana State University Press, 1952).
*Kiehn, David, Broncho Billy ad the Essanay Film Company (Farwell Books, 2003).
*Kjerbuhl-Peterson, Lorenz, Psychology of Acting, A Consideration of Its Principles as an Art, Translated by Sarah Tracy Barrows (Expression Company, 1935).
*Krutch, Joseph Wood, The American Drama Since 1918 (George Braziller, Inc., 1957).
*Leiter, Samuel L., The Great Stage Directors (Facts On File, Inc., 1994).
*Leslie, Amy, Some Players (Herbert S. Stone & Company, 1899).
*Lewis, Tom, Empire of the Air, The Men Who Made Radio (Harper Perennial, A Division of HarperCollins Publishers, 1991).
*Londré, Felicia Hardison, The History of World Theater (Continuum Publishing Company, 1991).
*Loney, Glenn Meredith, 20th Century Theatre (Facts on File, 1983).
*Ludwig, Ken, Postmortem (Samuel French, Inc., 1989).
*Mantel, Burns, Editor, The Best Plays of 1921–22 (Small, Maynard & Company, 1922).
*Mayorga, Margaret G., A Short History of the American Drama (Dodd, Mead, 1932).
*McGowan, Kenneth, & William Melnitz, The Living Stage (Prentice-Hall, Inc.,1955).
*McKay, Frederic Edward, & Charles E. L. Wingate, Editors, Famous American Actors of To-Day (Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1896).
*Meserve, Walter J., An Outline History of American Drama (Littlefield, Adams, & Co., 1965).
*Meyer, Susan E., America’s Great Illustrators (H. N. Abrams, c1978).
*Miles, Dudley, How to Write a Play, Papers on Playmaking II (Dramatic Museum of Columbia University, 1916).
*Moody, Richard, America Takes the Stage, Romanticism in American Drama and Theatre,1750–1900 (Indiana University Press, 1955).
*Moody, Richard, Dramas from the American Theatre 1762–1909 (The World Publishing Company, 1966).
*Morden, Edith, The Fireside Companion to the Theatre (Simon & Schuster, 1988).
*Morris, Lloyd, Curtain Time, The Story of the American Theater (Random House, 1953).
*Moses, Montrose J., The American Dramatist (Little, Brown, and Company, 1911).
*Moses, Montrose J., The American Dramatist (Little Brown, and Company, 1917).
*Moses, Montrose J., The American Dramatist (Little, Brown, and Company, 1925).
*Moses, Montrose J., & John Mason Brown, Editors, The American Theatre, As Seen By Its Critics 1752–1934 (W.W. Norton &Company, Inc., 1934).
*Murphy, Brenda, American Realism and American Drama, 1880–1940 (Cambridge University Press, 1987).
*Odell, G.C.D., Annals of the New York Stage From Beginnings to 1821, 2 Volumes (Columbia University Press, 1927).
*Oppenheimer, George, The Passionate Playgoer (The Viking Press, 1958).
*Pohle, Robert W., Jr., & Douglas C. Hart, Sherlock Holmes on the Screen (A. S. Barnes and Company, Inc., 1977).
*Pointer, Michael, The Pictorial History of Sherlock Holmes (Mallard Press, 1991).
*Pointer, Michael, The Public Life of Sherlock Holmes (Drake Publishers, Inc., 1975).
*Pointer, Michael, The Sherlock Holmes File (David & Charles, 1976).
*Quinn, Arthur Hobson, A History of the American Drama From the Civil War to the Present Day, 2 Volumes (Harper & Brothers Publishers., 1927).
*Quinn, Arthur Hobson, A History of the American Drama From the Civil War to the Present Day, 2 Volumes in one (F. S. Crofts & Co., 1936).
*Rayhill, Frank, The World of Melodrama (The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1967).
*Rice, Elmer, The Living Theatre (Harper & Brothers, 1959).
*Schlueter, June, Modern American Drama: The Female Canon (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1996).
*Schrum, Stephen A., Theatre in Cyberspace,Issues of Teaching, Acting, and Directing (Peter Lang, 1999).
*Shaw, George Bernard, Our Theatres in the Nineties, 3 Volumes (Constable and Company, Limited, 1932).
*Shaw, George Bernard, Plays & Players (Oxford University Press, 1952).
*Shaw, George Bernard, Plays: Pleasant and Unpleasant (Brentano’s, 1905).
*Shurick, Edward P. J., The First Quarter-Century of American Broadcasting (Midland Publishing Company, 1946).
*Sobel, Bernard, Editor, The Theatre Handbook (Crown Publishers, 1940).
*Steinbrunner, Chris, & Norman Michaels, The Films of Sherlock Holmes (Citadel Books, 1978).
*Sterling, Christopher H., & John M. Kittross, Stay Tuned, A History of American Broadcasting (Lawrence Eribaum, 3rd Edition, 2001).
*Strang, Lewis C., Famous Actors of the Day in America (L.C. Page and Company, 1899).
*Strang, Lewis C., Famous Actors of the Day in America (L.C. Page and Company, 1900).
*Strang, Lewis C., Famous Actors of the Day in America, Second Series (L.C. Page and Company, 1902).
*Strang, Lewis C., Players and Plays of the Last Quarter Century; an historical summary of causes and a critical review of conditions as existing in the American theatre at the close of the nineteenth century (L.C. Page & Company, 1903).
*Taubman, Howard, The Making of the American Theatre (Coward-McCann, Inc., 1967).
*Tompkins, Eugene, The History of the Boston Theatre 1854–1901 (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1908).
*Twomey, Alfred E., & Arthur F. McClure, The Versatiles, Supporting Character Players in the Cinema 1930–1955 (Castle Books, 1969).
*Vance, Marguerite, Hear the Distant Applause! Six Great Ladies of the American Stage (E. P. Dutton and Company, Inc., 1963).
*Wilson, Garff B., Three Hundred Years of American Drama and Theatre, From Ye Bear and Ye Cubb to Hair (Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973).
*Wilson, Garff B., Three Hundred Years of American Drama and Theatre, From Ye Bear and Ye Cubb to Hair (Prentice-Hall, Inc., Second Edition, 1983).
*Winter, William, The American Stage of To-Day (P. F. Collier & Son, 1910).
*Wood, Michael, America in the Movies (Columbia University Press, 1989).
*Woollcott, Alexander, Long, Long Ago (The Viking Press, 1943).
*Wright, Edward A., A Primer for Playgoers, An Introduction to the Understanding and Appreciation of Cinema-Stage-Television (Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1958).
*Young, William C., Famous Actors and Actresses on the American Stage, Documents of American Theater History, 2 Volumes (R. R. Bowker Company, 1975).
CONTEMPORARY EVENTS & HISTORY
*Bailey, Thomas A., & Paul B. Ryan, The Lusitania Disaster (The Free Press, 1975).
*Ballard, Robert D., & S. Dunmore, Exploring the Lusitania Probing the Mysteries of the Sinking That Changed History (Warner Books, 1995).
*Beard, Charles A. and Mary R.,The Rise of American Civilization, 2 Volumes (MacMillan Publishing Co, 1927).
*Beale, Irene A., Genesee Valley Events – 1668–1986 (Chestnut Hill Press, 1986).
*Beard, Patricia, After the Ball (Harper-Collins Publishers, 2003).
*Beatty, Jack, Age of Betrayal: The Triumph of Money in America, 1865–1900 (Alfred A. Knopf, 2007).
*Beatty, Jack, Colossus, How the Corporation Changed America (Broadway Books, 2001).
*Belz, Herman, Editor, The Webster-Hayne Debate on the Nature of the Union (Liberty Fund, Inc., 2000).
*Bender, Thomas, New York Intellect (The Johns Hopkins University Press,1987).
*Bennett, William J., America, The Last Best Hope (Nelson Current, 2006).
*Beschloss, Michael R., Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America, 1789–1989 (Simon & Schuster, 2007).
*Boller, Paul F., & John George, They Never Said It (Oxford University Press, 1990).
*Chace, James, 1912, Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft & Debs – The Election That Changed the Country (Simon & Schuster, 2004).
*Clemens, Samuel (Twain, Mark), ‘‘A Wonderful Pair of Slippers,’‘ Europe and Elsewhere (Harper & Brothers. 1923).
*Diner, Steven J., A Very Different Age, Americans of the Progressive Era (Hill and Wang, 1998).
*Ellis, Frederick D., The Tragedy of the Lusitania (National Publishing Company, 1915).
*Farwell, Byron, Over There: The United States in the Great War, 1917–1918 (W.W. Norton & Company, 1999).
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