Articles

The following is a spreadsheet that is being built to list all known magazine, journal and newspaper articles written by Benjamin DeCasseres.

DATE
PUBLICATION
VOL/NO
PAGES
TITLE
NOTES
10/1/1890 Belford's Magazine V5/N29 775-777 Hon. Thomas B. Reed
8/18/1898 Oswego Daily Times 6 "The Wisdom of Gautama" poem; Also in Newton Daily Republican (Newton, Kansas) on Aug. 30, 1898; Cortland Evening Standard (Cortland, New York) on Sept. 16, 1898
4/15/1899 New York Times Saturday Review 243-244 "Life a Babel to Hall Caine" Letter to the Editor
10/7/1899 New York Times Saturday Review 674 "Too Much Fiction" Letter to the Editor
11/11/1899 New York Times Saturday Review 764 "Not Fiction, but Great Truths" Letter to the Editor
12/9/1899 New York Times Saturday Review 863 "Children of the Ghetto" Letter to the Editor
10/1/1902 Bookman, The 16 131-133 "Thomas Hardy's Women."
12/1/1902 Wilshire's Magazine 34-36 "The Bribery of Society"
4/1/1903 Critic, The 42 370-371 "The Comic View."
5/1/1903 Bookman, The 17 300-302 "Emerson the Individualist."
5/1/1903 Critic, The 42 437-440 "Emerson, Skeptic and Pessimist."
5/1/1903 The Reader 507-510 "Hermann Suderman"
5/15/1903 Minneapolis journal, The 4 "Emerson, Sceptic and Pessimist." The Magazines
8/1/1903 Mind 12/5 369-374 "Absorption: A Universal Law"
10/1/1903 Critic, The 43 353-356 "Arthur Symons: An Interpretation"
11/1/1903 Critic, The 43 414-415 "Stevenson's Confession of Faith."
12/27/1903 The Indianapolis Journal 5 "High-Class Music in New York." A letter from DeC to The Sun with the caption "Is it , After All, A Comedy?“
7/1/1904 Critic, The 45 34-44 "Hawthorne: Emperor of Shadows."
7/1/1904 The Metropolitan Magazine 20/4 492-493 "The Drama and the Critic" Summarized in "Public Opinion" 7/23/1904, pp. 785-786; The Literary Digest July 30, 1904 (Vol. XXIX No. 5), pp. 132-133
8/1/1904 Critic, The 45 159-161 "Cosmic Marionettes."
8/1/1904 The Metropolitan Magazine 617-620 "The Dramatic Devil's Advocate and Cynicism"
11/1/1904 Mind 14/5 517-522 "Silence: Beyond the Saturnalias"
12/1/1904 Philistine, The 20/1 1-10 "Ralph Waldo Emerson"
1/1/1905 Mind 15/1 58-64 "The Great Wonder"
4/1/1905 Critic, The 46 318-320 "Gorky: Hamlet Awakened."
1932 In Defense of Modern Youth 26-28 Modern Youth's Renaissance Reprinted from The Thinker 2/1/1931
7/1/1905 Mind 16/1 579-584 "The Great White Negation"
9/10/1905 Sun, The 8 "Skepticism Extolled by a Skeptic" Letter to the Editor
11/1/1905 Mind 16/5 939-946 "The Unrepentant—An Affirmation"
12/1/1905 Mind 16/6 1034-1038 "The God in the Glass"
12/1/1905 Theatre, The 5/58 303, x "Encoritis: A Protest"
6/9/1906 New York Times Review of Books 374 "The Multiple Ibsen" Letter to the Editor
11/1/1906 The Metropolitan Magazine 197-201 "Caricature, and Max Beerbohm"
11/8/1906 Daily Morning journal and courier, The 10 "Caricatures and Max Beerbohm." The New Publications
11/30/1906 New York Times Holiday Book Number 803 "Marcel Schwob"
2/1/1907 Cosmopolitan 42/4 357 "Life and Character"
3/1/1907 Cosmopolitan "The Borrowed Mirror" Reprinted in "The Complete Dictator" by Parke Scoch (Park Publishing Co., Phila. 1907)
3/1/1907 Theatre, The 7/73 67-68, v "Ermete Novelli Coming to America"
4/1/1907 Theatre, The 7/74 96, vi "Novelli as the Moor of Venice"
6/1/1907 Cosmopolitan 43/2 233 "What Is Dust?"
6/9/1907 Sun, The 8 "Posterity: The New Superstition" Letter to the Editor; reprinted in the Reynoldsville (PA) Star, Oct. 23, 1907, p. 3
7/27/1907 New York Times Saturday Review 468 [Letter to the Editor on Thomas Hardy]
9/1/1907 Theatre, The 7/79 234-235 "The Stage-Instinct" Reprinted in The Papyrus Jan. 1909, pp. 14-15
10/1/1907 Cosmopolitan 43 581 "Prayer." Reprinted in Washington News Letter, May 1913, p. 510; Upper Room Bulletin, 1/29/1921, pp. 229-230
10/7/1907 Bang, The 4-8 "Women: The Supreme Illusion." Published by The Backbone Society, Aurora, IL, 1911 – reprint of Letter to the Editor in NYT Review, July 27, 1907, p. 468
10/22/1907 Sun, The 6 "William Blake"
10/23/1907 The Star ? "Posterity: The New Superstition"
10/25/1907 Sun, The 8 "Madmen and Poets."
11/1/1907 Philistine, The 25/6 161-172 "Enter Walt Whitman"
12/1/1907 Liberty 16/6/402 5-6, 11-15 "Posterity: The New Superstition"
12/1/1907 Theatre, The 7/82 348 "Momus Toujours!"
1/1/1908 Papyrus, The 16-17 "Verlaine."
1/4/1908 New York Times Review of Books 8 "Hawthorne and the Intangible Life"
5/1/1908 Philistine, The 26/6 161-166 "Is New York Civilized?"
6/1/1908 Papyrus, The 2/6 12-14 "Nietzsche in Valhalla"
6/16/1908 Sun, The 6 "Lafcadio Hearn"
7/1/1908 Papyrus, The 8/1-3 16-18 "The Malady of Maupassant"
7/18/1908 New York Times Review of Books 405 "Tolstoy the Artist."
10/1/1908 Papyrus, The 3/4 29 "True fables."
1/1/1909 Papyrus, The 14-15 "The Stage-Instinct"
3/1/1909 Fra, The 2 93-94 "Walt Whitman."
4/1/1909 Camera Work 26 17-18 "Caricature in New York."
4/1/1909 Papyrus, The 11-12 "The Jew." Reprinted in The Independent, Nov. 6, 1909, p. 14
6/1/1909 Papyrus, The 4/6 16-19 "Gabriele D'Annunzio."
7/1/1909 Camera Work 27 18-20 "Pamela Colman Smith."
7/1/1909 Camera Work 27 24-25 "American Indifference."
7/31/1909 New York Times Review of Books 469 [Letter to the Editor]
8/14/1909 Sun, The 4 "Sucklings of Aphrodite and the Soul of the Middle Class" Letter to the Editor
10/1/1909 Camera Work 28 31-32 "The Art 'Puffer'."
10/27/1909 Sun, The 6 "The Dream of Socialism." Reprinted in The Dental Scrapbook, Nov. 1909 (Vol. 3, No. 1) pp. 12-14
10/29/1909 Sun, The 6 Socialists Agree on the Essential Things."
1/1/1910 Camera Work 29 35 "The Physiognomy of the New Yorker."
6/12/1910 New York Times Literary Section 3, 20 "Ghosts and Their Makers"
07/1910 Camera Work 31 27-28 "The Brain and the World."
7/1/1910 Galaxy, The “Ghosts and Their Makers” Reprint of NYT Literary Section article June 12, 1910, p. 3, 20
10/1/1910 Camera Work 32 33-34 "Art: Life's Prismatic Glass."
10/1/1910 Camera Work 32 38 "Decadence and Mediocrity."
10/1/1910 Philistine, The 150-157 "Life is a paradox"
1/1/1911 Backbone Monthly, The Balzac A Magazine of Neighborliness and Inspiration for and About Folks Who Are Doing Things Worth While
1/3/1911 Sun, The 6 "Bankrupt Science" Letter to the Editor
4/1/1911 Camera Work 34/35 13-14 "Rodin and the Eternality of the Pagan Soul."
8/14/1911 Sun, The 4 "The Divinity of Genius" Letter to the Editor
10/1/1911 Camera Work 36 17 "The Unconscious in Art"
10/1/1911 Papyrus, The 19 "Solitude"
1/1/1912 Camera Work 38 17-19 "Modernity and the Decadence."
4/1/1912 Camera Work 39 17-19 "The Ironical in Art."
6/1/1912 Fra, The 9/3 68-71 "The Anatomy of Satire"
7/1/1912 Camera Work 41 35-36 "The Mocker."
9/1/1912 Forum 369-372 "Pierre Loti."
11/1/1912 Fra, The ii-iii "Books and Bookmakers"
1/1/1913 Camera Work 41 21-23 "The Minutes."
1/1/1913 Forum 86-90 "Jules deGaultier: Super Nietzchean."
4/1/1913 Camera Work 42/43 15-17 "Insincerity: A New Vice."
6/1/1913 Camera Work 22-24 22-24 "The Renaissance of the Irrational."
6/24/1913 Sun, The 8 "Karma" Letter to the Editor
8/5/1913 Sun, The 6 "Thirst of a Superman" Letter to the Editor
10/1/1913 International, The “L’Ennui”
1/1/1914 Forum, The 1-8 "Arcvad the Terrible"
1/1/1914 International, The 20-21 “Thomas Hardy: The Latest Recipient of the Nobel Prize.”
1/1/1914 Revolutionary Almanac 37-38 "The Second Advent"
3/1/1914 Fra, The 12 182-183 "Emmeline Pankhurst."
3/1/1914 International, The 90-91 “Spinoza: The Superman of the Jews.”
3/28/1914 Puck 74/1934 10-11 "The New Beauty"
4/1/1914 International, The 129-130 “Diabolistic Idealists: Shaw, D’Annunzio, Tolstoi.”
4/4/1914 Puck 74/1935 4 "Rhythmic Dervishes"
4/4/1914 Puck 74/1935 14-15 "Anthony Aphrodisiac"
4/25/1914 Puck 74/1938? 11 "America's Tallest Tower, Plus Some Temperament"
5/1/1914 International, The 158 “Jules Laforgue”
5/23/1914 Puck 74/1942? 9 "Shaw and the Dictionary" Different from "Conversation Between G.B. Shaw and the Dictionary" in The Smart Set, Dec. 1914, pp. 167-168
6/1/1914 International, The 195 “The Great American Sexquake.”
6/1/1914 Woman Citizen, The 7 8 "New York : Matter Triumphalis." November 1913-1915
6/3/1914 Life 63/1649 1040-1042 "Woman: The Superman"
7/1/1914 International, The 215-216 “Reuben of Uz.”
7/1/1914 Fra, The 13/4 126-128 "The Illusion of Renunciation"
8/1/1914 International, The 250-251 “Lifting the Lid.”
9/1/1914 International, The 282-284 “From the Cusp of the Moon”
9/1/1914 International, The 8/9 282-284 "From the Cusp of the Moon"
9/3/1914 Sun, The 6 "Keep Cool" Letter to the Editor
9/19/1914 Puck 12-13 "The Pasteboard Charlemagnes"
9/19/1914 Puck 18 "En Route with a Conscience"
11/1/1914 International, The 345-346 “Man with the Gloves”
11/15/1914 Sun, The 12 "The Inescapable Resultant"
12/1/1914 International, The 369-371 “The Story of the Year: An Incident in the Life of a Star.”
12/1/1914 Philistine, The 20-28 "Diabolistic Idealists"
12/1/1914 Smart Set, The 44/4 167-168 "A Conversation Between George Bernard Shaw and the Dictionary" Different from "Shaw and the Dictionary" in Puck, May 23, 1914, p. 9
12/18/1914 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 6 "Might and Right" Letter to the Editor
1/1/1915 Harris Broadsides "The Gallic Lark and the Sow-on-the Rhine"
2/1/1915 International, The 9/2 60 “Gray and Scarlet.”
7/1/1915 International, The 9/7 222-223 “The Philosophy of Hypocrisy”
7/26/1915 Dans la Tourmente 115-117 "L'alouette Gauloise et la Truie du Rhin" French translation of "The Gallic Lark and the Sow-on-the Rhine," by Remy de Gourmont
7/28/1915 Sun, The 6 "Astronomical Note"
8/1/1915 Sun, The sec. 3, p. 11 "Sea Mania" poem
8/22/1915 Sun, The sec. 3, p. 7 "Moth Terror" poem
9/12/1915 New York Call, The 9 "From a Far Away Hippodrome"
11/1/1915 International, The 9/11 341-342 “Victor Hugo”
11/1/1915 Poetry Journal, The 4/3 101-102 "Love and Sleep" poem
11/21/1915 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "To Emile Verhaeren" poem
12/6/1915 Bang, The 8 "Mary Smith: Puritan."
12/31/1915 Wilmington Evening News-Journal 4 "The-Circle-That-Looks-Like-A-Line" poem
01/01/1916 American Hebrew ? ?
1/9/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "Vision" poem
1/16/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "The Mysterious Weaver" poem
2/6/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "Birth of a Sword" poem
2/13/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "W. S.: 1616-1916" poem
2/20/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "The Decoy" poem
3/4/1916 Goodwin's weekly 16 "Hawthorne: Shadow Emperor."
3/5/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "In the Ramble" poem
3/16/1916 Life 486 "The Humorist"
3/19/1916 New York Times, The ST 3 "He Was Many, Being All" In the "Tercentenary Shakespearean Supplement"
3/26/1916 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "Across the Gulf" poem
5/1/1916 Others 2/5-6 243-244 "The Haunted House" poem
5/6/1916 Harper's Weekly 512 "The Unconquerable Jew"
6/1/1916 Life 1028 "The Thing Needful"
6/8/1916 Life 67/1754 1078 "Fifty!" poem; also printed in The Washington Post, June 16, 1916, p. 6
7/1/1916 Current Opinion 61 49 "Benjamin DeCasseres Defines 'vers librel." Orig. From NY Evening Sun
7/1/1916 Poetry Journal, The 6/1 19-23 "Shelley"
7/20/1916 Life 68/1760 108 "Nonsense"
8/3/1916 Life 68/1762 185 "The Pacifist's Breviary" poem; also in The Evening Post, Sept. 30, 1916, p. 16
8/3/1916 Life 68/1762 207 "Let Us Have Peace" poem
8/8/1916 Albany Daily Democrat 2 Untitled ["Vers Libre"] untitled poem; "We apologize for giving the following written by one de Casseres, and first published in the N. Y. Sun"
8/12/1916 Judge 71/1817 "On Coney's Beach" poem
9/11/1916 Harrisburg Star-Independent 10 "Morning Magic" poem
9/21/1916 Life 68/1769 477 "Star-Dust and Nettles" poem
11/2/1916 Life 68/1775 752 "The Pantomimic World" poem
11/9/1916 Life 68/1776 818 "Debts"
11/23/1916 Life 68/1778 894 "Diary of a Literary Censor"
12/5/1916 Washington Times, The 8 "Chatterton." Don Marquis' Column
12/7/1916 Life 1044 "The Inevitable" poem
12/8/1916 Washington Times, The 10 "Ruins." Don Marquis' Column, Home Edition
12/9/1916 Puck 10 "In Every Key" column
12/16/1916 Puck 18 "In Every Key" column
12/21/1916 Life 1138 "Imagination" poem; also in The Arizona Republican, Jan. 19, 1917, p. 4; Evening Post, April 28, 1917, p. 16
12/23/1916 Puck 17 "In Every Key" column
12/30/1916 Puck 18 "In Every Key"
1/4/1917 Life 69/1784 30 "Psychology of Salvation"
1/6/1917 Puck 18 "In Every Key"
1/13/1917 Puck 9 "In Every Key"
1/27/1917 Puck 8 "The Four Corners of New York" Reprinted in The Clay-Worker, Feb. 1917, p. 169
2/3/1917 Puck 18 "In Every Key"
2/6/1917 Washington Times, The 6 “My Golden Age." Complete Afternoon Edition
2/17/1917 Puck 12 "In Every Key"
2/22/1917 Life 69/1791 302 "Servants' Manual"
2/22/1917 Life 69/1791 306 "Opinions on the War"
2/24/1917 Puck 18 "In Every Key"
3/3/1917 Puck 35 "In Every Key"
3/8/1917 Life 393 "Sleep"
3/10/1917 Puck 16 "In Every Key"
3/11/1917 Washington Times, The 8 "March Winds" in Don Marquis' column
3/17/1917 Puck 16 "In Every Key"
3/24/1917 Puck 10, 25 "What a Funny Story!"
3/31/1917 Puck 18 "In Every Key"
4/7/1917 Washington Times, The 8 "Opinions on Prohibition." By Planchette. Complete Afternoon Edition
4/8/1917 New York Times "Whims of the Times"
4/28/1917 Judge 72/1854 "The Fourth Dimension"
5/8/1917 Washington Times, The 8 "Sub Specie Eternitatis" Don Marquis' Column
5/10/1917 Washington Times, The 4 "The Eternal Avatar" Don Marquis' Column
5/24/1917 Washington Times, The 4 "Chant of Man: 1917" Don Marquis' Column
5/26/1917 Judge 72/1858 "In a Cage"
6/7/1917 Washington Times, The 6 "The Soul of It All" Don Marquis' Column
6/13/1917 Washington Times, The 10 "The Poet-Burglar" Don Marquis' Column
6/22/1917 Washington Times, The 10 "Similes and a Query" Don Marquis' Column
6/23/1917 Judge 72/1862 "Woman: The Great Movie" Reprinted in Harrisburg Evening News 7/5/1917 p. 10
7/1/1917 Seven Arts, The 306 "Three Improbables"
7/5/1917 Life 70/1810 30 "Letter-Boxes" poem
7/20/1917 Puck 14 "Inscriptions for Battle-Monuments"
7/21/1917 Judge 73/1866 "Sic Transit"
8/16/1917 Life 70/1816 278 "Ave Atque Vale!"
8/18/1917 Judge 73/1870 "The Collectors"
8/25/1917 Judge 73/1871 "The King and the Devil"
9/1/1917 Judge 73/1872 "About Vacations"
9/1/1917 Smart Set, The 53/1 2 "Variations on an Old Theme"
9/29/1917 Judge 73/1876 "A Little War Gazeteer"
10/1/1917 Smart Set, The 53/2 99-100 "The Resignation of New York"
10/6/1917 Judge 73/1877 "A Great Benefit Performance"
10/13/1917 Judge 73/1878 "Recipe for Making a Bestseller"
10/20/1917 Judge 73/1879 "Rain"
11/3/1917 Evening Star, The 10 "Hold Yet A Little While!“ Earliest publication of this poem – reprinted in at least 10 other papers
11/3/1917 Judge 73/1881 "Playing Safe in China"
11/10/1917 Judge 73/1882 "The Renaissance of the Improbable."
11/13/1917 The Daily Ardmreite 3 "Hold Yet A Little While!“
11/24/1917 Judge 73/1884 "As History May Dub Him" Reprinted in Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 1, 1918, p. 21
1/5/1918 Judge "Shrapnel"
1/26/1918 Judge "The Wagnerian Lock-Out"
2/2/1918 Judge 74/1894 "Dreams"
2/16/1918 Judge 74/1896 "Hot Tom and Jerry and the Ghost Cop"
3/1/1918 Dry Goods 19/1 9 "New York the Wondrous!"
3/2/1918 Judge 74/1898 "The Year with Seven Months"
3/7/1918 Life 398 "The Lady of the Hour"
3/9/1918 Judge 74/1899 "Carelessness"
3/14/1918 Life 429 "National Salutations"
3/16/1918 Judge 74/1900 "A Miracle of the Future"
3/23/1918 Judge 74/1901 "The Diagnosis of a Doctor of Philosophy"
3/30/1918 Judge 74/1902 "My Movie Self"
4/2/1918 New York Tribune 8 "Hold the Line!" poem
4/6/1918 Judge 74/1903 "Thumb-nail Essays"
4/11/1918 New York Tribune 10 "The Undying Flame" poem
4/20/1918 Judge 74/1905 "Shrapnel"
4/27/1918 Judge 74/1906 "Shrapnel"
5/1/1918 Smart Set, The 55/1 101-102 "The Psychology of the Avenue"
5/4/1918 Judge 74/1907 "Gas and Shrapnel"
5/11/1918 Judge 74/1908 "German Pronouns"
5/18/1918 Judge 74/1909 "From the Guam Gazette of 2175"
5/25/1918 Judge 74/1910 "Shrapnel"
6/1/1918 Judge 74/1911 "Saturnine Philosophy"
6/8/1918 Judge 74/1912 "Shrapnel and Things"
6/15/1918 Judge 74/1913 "Topical Tinctures"
6/22/1918 Goodwin's weekly 8 "Shrapnel."
6/22/1918 Judge 74/1914 "Shrapnel"
6/29/1918 Judge 74/1915 "Flashlights"
7/1918 Current Opinion 65 56 "My Comic Perspective."
7/1/1918 Quill, The 7 "Birth Mannerisms", "The Vampire" poems
7/1/1918 Quill, The 11-12 "Panalepsis"
7/1/1918 Quill, The 14-15 "The Bone-Dry Mind"
7/1/1918 Quill, The 16 "Credo for Eunuch-Pacifists" poem
7/1/1918 Quill, The 18 "The Anarch" poem
7/6/1918 Judge 75/1916 "Moods of a Modern Philosopher"
7/7/1918 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 7 "To a Great American" poem
7/7/1918 Sun, The 7 "To A Great American." The best verse of the week
7/13/1918 Judge 75/1917 "Only Skin-Deep"
7/18/1918 Evening Public Ledger 10 "Arise Ye Dead!" Rubber Heels
7/20/1918 Judge 75/1918 "Periscopes and Persimmons"
7/27/1918 Judge 75/1919 "Treat 'Em Rough"
8/3/1918 Judge 75/1920 "A Midsummer Night's Steam"
8/4/1918 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "Ezra Pound, Who Does Idaho Awful Proud"
8/11/1918 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 9 "The History of the Karma of the Kaiser"
8/18/1918 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "The Mystical Irony of Thomas Hardy"
8/24/1918 Judge 75/1923 "Shrapnel and Spuds"
8/25/1918 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 9 "D'Annunzio" poem
8/31/1918 Judge 75/1924 "Price-Tags"
9/1/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 11 "Excursions into the Ego of Walt Whitman"
9/2/1918 New-York Tribune 6 "The ball game." Poem, Also in Evening Public Ledger 9/6/1918 Page 8
9/8/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 10 "Dungeons and Cupolas of the Soul"
9/21/1918 Judge 75/1927 "High Jinks at a Listening Post"
9/28/1918 Judge 75/1928 "The Seven That Were"
9/29/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 8 "Ballet of the Minutes" poem
10/5/1918 Judge 75/1929 "Good Marne-in'!"
10/6/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 4 "The Flame That Is France"
10/12/1918 Judge 75/1930 "Quips and Quirks"
10/13/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 5 "Dr. Crane Hands Us a Spiritual Oil Shine"
10/20/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 2 "Ibanez's Splending Story of Saguntum"
10/20/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 11 "H. L. Mencken and the Second Fall of Man"
10/27/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 5 "Ghosts, Were-Wolves and Edgar Allan Poe"
11/9/1918 Judge 75/1934 "Camouflage and Persiflage"
11/14/1918 Life 702 "Foch!"
11/17/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 11 "Life, Genius & Co., Inc."
11/23/1918 Judge 75/1936 "Why We Are Thankful"
11/28/1918 Tobacco 8 "Why We Are Thankful"
12/1/1918 Bookman, The 48 478-481 "Mr. Holiday's Fascinating Rambles."
12/1/1918 Sun, The 10 "Outstanding Books of the Fall and Year." Named by: DeC
12/1/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 15 "The Resurrection of Edgar Saltus"
12/7/1918 Judge 75/1938 "Quite Believable"
12/15/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 7 "Tristan-Whitman and Isolde-Gilchrist" Books and The Book World
12/15/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 2 "Jules Verne Twenty (or Thirty) Years After"
12/29/1918 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 9 "Back to Boyland with G. A. Henty!"
1/11/1919 Judge 75/1943 "Wings"
1/19/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 9 "Psychology? It's All in the Day's Work"
1/26/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 8 "The Boss, Myself and a Book"
1/26/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 9 "The Quick and the Dead"
2/1/1919 Flying 60 "D'Annunzio" poem
2/2/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 11 "Wilson Wallis's Panorama of Messiahs"
2/9/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 12 "The Red Legend of Russia"
2/16/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 12 "The Martyrdom of Irvin Cobb"
2/22/1919 Judge 75/1949 "Some Near-Thoughts"
2/23/1919 Sun, The 13 "Darling Definitions"
2/28/1919 Pittsburgh Press, The 12 "German Pronounts"
3/1/1919 Bookman, The 49 212-213 "Max's 'Happy Hypocrite.'"
3/8/1919 Judge 75/1951 "Great Dogs and Some History"
3/9/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 2 "Balm for Baldheads"
3/9/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 12 "A. E.'s Flight Beyond Matter"
3/16/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 5 "Raising the Devil with the Syrians"
3/22/1919 Judge 75/1953 "Paradoxology"
3/29/1919 Judge 75/1954 "Blue Monday Epigrams"
3/30/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 11 "'Civilization' and Georges Duhamel"
4/1/1919 Bookman, The 217-218 "How-Do-You-Do, England"
4/5/1919 Judge 75/1955 "Extravagance"
4/5/1919 Judge 75/1955 "The Charm of Aversion"
4/6/1919 Sun, The sec. 5, p. 15 "How Ellis Wasted His Wasted Time"
4/12/1919 Judge 75/1956 "Possibilities"
4/13/1919 Sun, The sec. 7, p. 8 "A Lady Unbuttons Her Mind"
4/19/1919 Judge 76/1957 "Laugh and Let Laugh!"
4/20/1919 Sun, The sec. 7, p. 4 "En Route"
4/20/1919 Sun, The sec. 7, p. 9 "'The Paliser Case,' by Saltus"
4/26/1919 Judge 76/1958 "Eureka!"
4/27/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "Pete's Non-Refillable Psyche"
5/1/1919 Bookman, The 49 217-218 "How Do You. Do, England!"
5/3/1919 Judge 76/1959 "A Game of Patience"
5/4/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 2 "Baby and the Psychist"
5/4/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 9 "The Uncreeling of Kohleth"
5/17/1919 Judge 76/1961 "Atavism: 1920"
5/18/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "Mrs. Glyn Outdoes Dostoievsky" Books and The Book World
5/25/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 8 "De-Moralizing Chesterfield" Books and The Book World
6/1/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 2 "A Complex Among the Fingos"
6/1/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 9 "Musings in the Church of Anatole"
6/8/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 2 "Mark Twain Doesn't Come Back"
6/8/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 10 "Dante After Armageddon"
6/15/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "Rum and the Coming Dry Rot"
6/15/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 12 "D'Aurevilly the Diabolist"
6/21/1919 Judge 76/1966 "Glooms"
6/22/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 11 "'The Home and the World,' by Tagore"
6/29/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 3 "Don Marquis and his Book, 'Prefaces'" Books and The Book World
6/29/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 12 "The Child"
7/1/1919 Bookman, The 49 600-601 "The Eternal Voltaire."
7/6/1919 Sun, The sec. 8, p. 9 "The Last Night of King Alcohol"
7/6/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 7 "Will Rogers on the Peace Conference"
7/13/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 7 "Ecce Hobo! Harry Kemp and His Light Love Lyrics"
7/19/1919 Judge 77/1970 11 "Our Scratchy Cat"
7/20/1919 New York Times, The 66 "Sobriety Just Grew, Without Awaiting Dry Laws"
7/20/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 8 "6,000 Ways to Say It."
7/20/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 12 "Michael Strange"
7/27/1919 New York Times, The 69 "The Corner Where Traffic Cop and Fairies Meet"
7/27/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 8 "A Sigh for Nine Dead Ladies"
8/1/1919 Evening Public Ledger 10 "The Chaffing Dish" poem
8/3/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "In The Coney Island of Mysticism"
8/7/1919 Life 74/1919 229 "Wind" poem
8/10/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 10 "Queer Phantasies of the Alcoholic Dimension"
8/10/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 3 "Here Comes the Fairies!"
8/17/1919 New York Times, The 73 "All-Night New York in the Dry Season of 1919"
8/23/1919 Judge 77/1975 "The Dream Pocket" poem
8/24/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 7 "An Iliad of Eats for All Food Addicts"
8/31/1919 New York Times, The 70 "Psycho-Analyzing Old 'Pop' Manhattan"
8/31/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "The Pale Horse"
9/1/1919 Bookman, The 50/1 79-80 "The Magical Art of the Movie"
9/1/1919 Bookman, The 50/1 105-107 "Van Noppen, Homer of Our Fleet"
9/1/1919 Cartoons Magazine 16/3 478 "Nocturne: 1920" poem
9/7/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 8 "The Infallibility of Women"
9/14/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 12 "Jams, Jellies and G. K. C."
9/20/1919 Judge 13 "Madame La Boss"
9/21/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 2 "Say Abracadabra!"
9/21/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 3 "Touchin' On and Appertainin' to Marie Corelli" Books and The Book World
9/28/1919 New York Times, The 7, 14 "D'Annunzio, Heir of David, Poet-Warrior"
10/1/1919 Good Housekeeping 50 "A Child Must Lead"
10/5/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 4 "Which Is Your Favorite Corner in New York?"
10/19/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 5 "Literary Ancestry of Bench Lizards"
10/26/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 7, 12 "Now for Another Famous Visitor, Miss Aphrodite" Reprinted in the Courier Journal 11/2/1919, p. 12
11/1/1919 Bookman, The 50/3-4 368-370 "Murray Marks and His Friends"
11/1/1919 Cartoons Magazine 16/5 792 "New American Phases"
11/1/1919 Good Housekeeping “A Child Must Lead”
11/9/1919 Judge 77/1987 7-8 "The Promethean Jazz"
11/9/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 3 "An Aphorist on Ads, &c."
11/12/1919 Evening Public Ledger 10 "Three of Gotham" The Saucepan
11/16/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 3 "Michel Fokine, Superman of the Toe"
11/16/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 15 "Scherzo: Mencken—Cabell"
11/23/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 4 "Celebrated Union Men of History"
11/23/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 7 "Hail, Laughter—World Hero!"
11/30/1919 Sun, The "Next Sunday's Holiday Number: Ina Coolbrith, A Biographical Sketch by: Dec."
11/30/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 3 "Heavens a Hippodrome and All the Actors Airplanes"
11/30/1919 Sun, The "The Coming of Maeterlinck" Books and the Book World
12/1/1919 Good Housekeeping 18 A Mighty Partnership
12/1/1919 Cartoons Magazine 16/6 944 Collaritis
12/1/1919 Red Cross Magazine, The 14/12 79 The Funny Fairy
12/7/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 21 A List, for Holiday Reference, of Our Favorites
12/7/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 15 Ina Coolbirth of California's "Overland Trinity"
12/21/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 10 St. Louis Would Be Geneva of a Highbrow League
12/28/1919 New York Times Magazine, The 4 Psycho-Analyzing the Infant Nineteen-Twenty
12/28/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "What Space Means to Me"
12/28/1919 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 12 "Mr. Holliday is Deified"
1/4/1920 New York Herald (Magazine) 2 "On the Stump for the Immortality of the Soul" A character sketch of Benjamin DeCasseres would be about as difficult as trying to get a flashlight of a Chameleon playing leapfrog over a rainbow.
1/4/1920 New York Tribune 6 "Sir Oliver Lodge Coming to tell us about Spirits"
1/4/1920 New York Herald, The "Magazines and Photographic Sections" First Section, part-one
1/4/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 5 "The Ghost of Poe Returns to Broadway"
1/4/1920 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "The Renaissance of Blake"
1/10/1920 Judge 78/1995 13 "Annus Mirabilis: 1952"
1/10/1920 New York Tribune 10 "Philosophy of Maeterlinck"
1/11/1920 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "Threshold" poem
1/11/1920 New York Herald, The sec. 3, p. 2 "Ben DeCasseres on Lids"
1/11/1920 New York Times, The 46 "Madame Ouija, Bolshevik of the Spirit World"
1/17/1920 Theosophical Outlook 5/3 21-22 "Psychic Phenomena"
1/18/1920 New York Herald,The 2 "DeCasseres Goes to a Seance" Third section, Part one
1/18/1920 New York Times, The 29 "An Epilogue from the Trenches"
1/18/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 6 "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Unhappiness"
1/18/1920 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 10 "Fancies Tied to Cat Tales"
1/23/1920 New York Herald Magazine 3 "Marjorie Fleming the Daisy Ashford of Long Ago"
1/25/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 6 "Tragedy of the Parlor Bolsheviki"
1/25/1920 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 6 "The Sea" poem
1/25/1920 Sun, The sec. 6, p. 4 "Acclaiming the Premier Poet of Greece"
2/1/1920 Bookman, The 50/6 612-614 "A Fine Adventure in Ideas"
2/1/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 54 "A Gossip with Three Tailors of Satire"
2/1/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 4 "When a Miner Tries Roughing It in New York"
2/1/1920 Sun, The 7 "Poe's Unknown "Eureka" Philosopic Masterpiece" Also in New York Herald
2/7/1920 Judge 78/1997 27 "Fermentation"
2/7/1920 Judge 78/1997 32 "The Lost Atmosphere"
2/7/1920 Judge 78/1997 33 "The 'Try-Outs'"
2/8/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 78 "Miss Edwards Recalls Some Mid-Victorians"
2/8/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 5 "Americans as 'Easy Marks' for Foreign Celebrities"
2/15/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 90 "A Volume of Benavente's Plays"
2/15/1920 New York Times Magazine, The 4 "Unlocking Energy in the Frantic Effort to Live"
2/20/1920 Christian Advocate, The 208 "Rum's Seven Cardinal Virtues"
2/29/1920 New York Times, The sec. 5, p. 11 "Income Tax in Three Reels"
3/1/1920 Bookman, The 51 94-95 "The Poems of Herbert Trench"
3/1/1920 Red Cross Magazine, The 15/3 24 "Beating the Gods"
3/1/1920 Catholic Educational Review, The 177-178 [untitled]
3/1/1920 Smart Set, The 61/3 65-66 "Little Scenarios"
3/7/1920 New York Times, The sec. 5, p. 1 "A Sparkling Cinema of Robert Louis Stevenson"
3/11/1920 Life 448 "Elevators and Hats"
3/14/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 2 "In the Fairyland of Hyperspace"
3/14/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 16 "Open Season for Snobs"
3/14/1920 Greenville News, The 13 "A Moving Picture of Man's Tribulation in Making Out Tax Blank" Reprint of "Income Tax in Three Reels" from NYT 2/29/1920
3/20/1920 Judge 78/2003 14 "The Magical Age of the Child"
3/21/1920 New York Times, The sec. 6, p. 2 "Old New York in Rollicking Rhyme"
3/21/1920 New York Times, The sec. 8, p. 5 "Has Pacifism Come Back?"
3/27/1920 Judge 12 "A Six Months' Horoscope"
3/28/1920 Great Falls Daily Tribune sec. 2, p. 8 "Rum's Seven Cardinal Virtues"
3/28/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 10 "Taking Sobriety's Pulse"
3/28/1920 New York Times, The sec. 5, p. 2 "Mr. Huneker Writes of Mary Garden and Others"
4/1/1920 Bookman, The 51 231-232 "James Huneker's 'Bedouins'"
4/1/1920 Nash's Pall Mall Magazine 45/324 xxxix "A Mighty Partnership"
4/1/1920 Smart Set, The 41/4 90 "Four One-Reel Movies"
4/3/1920 Dearborn Independent 16 "Briefly Told
4/3/1920 Judge 78/2005 9 "World-Wonder"
4/3/1920 Judge 78/2005 12 "Where's Your Fire-Escape?"
4/3/1920 Judge 78/2005 31 "The Pan-Baiters"
4/4/1920 Independent (Helena, MT), The 6 "Temperature and Blood Pressure of Sobriety's Patients Are Now Taken"
4/4/1920 New York Tribune 10 "Have You The Baseball Fever."
4/4/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 3 "The Pacifism of Mr. Edward Carpenter"
4/10/1920 Judge 78/2006 11 "Where We're At"
4/10/1920 Theosophical Outlook 5/15 1-3 "Hyperspace" Reprint of "In the Fairyland of Hyperspace", NYT Book Review 3/14/1920
4/11/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 167 "Mr. Dreiser Talks of Many Things"
4/17/1920 Judge 78/2007 30 "The New Fairyland"
4/18/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 1 "Baseball Extra!—'Bat 'Em Out,' The Slogan of a Nation"
4/18/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 189 "Psychic Phenomena and Humble Horseradish"
4/25/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 5 "Odyssey of Home-Hunting in New York"
5/2/1920 New York Times, The sec. 6, p. 10 "Here's Health to the Art Museum!"
5/2/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 221 "A Moving Story"
5/4/1920 Judge 78/2009 "Is Genius Half-Seas Over?"
5/4/1920 Judge 78/2009 "Snobbishness à la Carte"
5/9/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 239 "Walt Whitman as a French Critic Sees Him"
5/9/1920 New York Times, The sec. 6, p. 7 "The Seven Lost Arts of Manhattan"
5/15/1920 New York Evening Post, The sec. 3, p. 6 "The Animated Cartoon"
5/16/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 3 "A Manhattan Midsummer Night's Scream"
5/20/1920 Los Angeles Times, The sec. 2, p. 4 "Snobs" Reprint of "Snobbishness à la Carte" from Judge, 5/4/1920
5/23/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 3 "Case of Prudery Against Literature"
5/23/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 270 "West of Ireland in Vision and Belief"
6/1/1920 Papyrus, The 4/6 16-19 "Gabriele D'Annunzio"
6/1/1920 Smart Set, The 62/2 79-81 "The Last Satire of a Famous Titan"
6/5/1920 Judge 78/2014 "Ghosts, Geniuses and the Lady Etarre"
6/6/1920 New York Times, The sec. 6, p. 12 "Burglars Neighborhood Pets"
6/6/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 293 "Mr. Pound on James, Chinese and Others"
6/12/1920 Judge 78/2015 24, 32 "Between Covers: Scandal, Poor Lo! And Bill Jones"
6/13/1920 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 3 "Child Study Set to Ragtime"
6/19/1920 Judge 78/2016 "Between Covers: Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, Old Java and Masks"
6/20/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 326 "Spiritual Voices in Modern Literature"
6/26/1920 Judge 78/2017 15, 30 "Between Covers: Venice, 'Nuts' and Third Base"
6/27/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 26 "Wheeling Parnassus Around the Hub"
7/3/1920 Judge 79/2018 "Between Covers: Bent Light, Home Brew and a 'Chink'"
7/4/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 12 "An Epic of Famous Failures"
7/10/1920 Judge 79/2019 "Between Covers: Bojer, a Confession and Little Freda"
7/11/1920 Judge 2 "Rolland's Sublime Farce"
7/17/1920 Judge 79/2020 "Castle Building"
7/17/1920 Judge 79/2020 "Between Covers: The Main Guy, Buffalo Bill, and Dessert"
7/18/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 24 "Gentlemanly Sleuths of Prohibition"
7/22/1920 Life 76/1968 144 "Peter Pan"
7/24/1920 Judge 79/2021 "Between Covers: Magic Casements, George Ade and Us"
7/25/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 6 "An Adventure In a Tenants' Community Council"
7/31/1920 Judge 79/2022 "Between Covers: Intermezzo, Robin, Lulu and William"
7/31/1920 Judge 79/2022 "The Disappearance of Duds"
8/1/1920 Red Cross Magazine, The 16/8 41 "Grow Your Wing"
8/1/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 22 "Coney Island in the Desert"
8/7/1920 Judge 79/2023 "Between Covers: Everywhere, Nowhere and Somewhere"
8/21/1920 Judge 79/2025 "Between Covers: A Literary Three-Bagger"
8/22/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 14 "Incandescents Declare the Glory of Manhattan"
8/24/1920 Stanly News Herald, The 14 "Grow Your Wing" Reprint from Red Cross Magazine 8/1/1920
8/28/1920 Judge 79/2026 "Between Covers: A Few Remarks Between Home Runs"
8/29/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 9 "Chivalry in Office Elevators"
9/4/1920 Judge 79/2027 "Between Covers: Holding the Reins on a Triple Mount"
9/5/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 4 "The First Woman President"
9/12/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 7, 29 "Discovering Home Life in New York"
9/18/1920 Judge 79/2029 "Between Covers: A Vamp, Red-Headed Matches, and Quitters"
9/19/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 7 "A Book of Ancient Manners"
9/25/1920 Judge 79/2030 "Between Covers: Mysteries of the Parcel Post"
9/26/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 8-9 "'Mecca' and the Magic of the Spectacle"
10/1/1920 Red Cross Magazine, The 16/10 26 "Get the Nonsense Habit"
10/2/1920 Judge 79/2031 "Between Covers: Putting Ginger into Old Spave Pegasus"
10/3/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 19 "Shestov's Challenge to Civilization"
10/9/1920 Judge 79/2032 "Between Covers: When the Dry-ad Meets the Jag-uar"
10/16/1920 Stage, The 677 "The Play-Instinct"
10/23/1920 Judge 79/2034 "Between Covers: Turning on the Confession Faucet"
10/23/1920 Stage, The 739 "Page Benjamin De Casseres!"
10/24/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 10-11 "Brains Under the Barber Shears"
10/30/1920 Judge 79/2035 "Between Covers: A Cynical Polonius, Louis, and the Turks"
10/31/1920 Elmira Morning Telegram "Forecast of Inaugural Parade of the First Woman President"
11/1/1920 Bookman, The 52 267-269 "The Metabolist of Genius."
11/1/1920 Bookman, The 66 262-266 "Robinson Jeffers: Tragic Terror."
11/13/1920 Judge 79/2037 "Between Covers: Thrills, Tarzan and Our Bobsy"
11/14/1920 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 12 "Illinois in 2018 A.D."
11/21/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 2 "The Guild's Own Drama"
11/23/1920 Buffalo Evening News 8 "The Poet and the Hooligans" poem
11/27/1920 Judge 79/2039 "Between Covers: Yanking Your Wisdom Tooth Without Gas"
12/5/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 5, 14 "Astoria's Magic of the Movies"
12/6/1920 Brooklyn Daily Eagle 5 "Rum's Seven Cardinal Virtues"
12/11/1920 Judge 79/2041 "Between Covers: What the Postman Blew Out of His Whistle"
12/12/1920 New York Times Book Review, The 5 "The Hamlet-Like Nature of Charlie Chaplin"
12/18/1920 Judge 79/2042 "Between Covers: A Few Monkey Glands for the T. B. M."
12/25/1920 Judge 79/2043 "Why Publishers Die Young" Has a "Between Covers"-style graphic but no column heading
12/26/1920 New York Herald, The 12 “Vance's Latest Paradox." Review by DeC
1/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/1 21-23 "Tales of a Psychometric Reporter No. 1"
1/1/1921 Judge 80/2044 "Why Printers Go Crazy"
1/1/1921 Shadowland 3/5 45, 78 The Wreck of Logic and Crash of Darwins
1/8/1921 Judge 80/2045 30 "Straining the Kick Out of the Scum"
1/15/1921 Judge 80/2046 28 "While the Home Bruise Heals" Has a "Between Covers"-style graphic but no column heading
1/29/1921 Judge 80/2048 30 "Dumplings from the Great Word Potpie" Has a "Between Covers"-style graphic but no column heading
2/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/2 62-64 "Tales of a Psychometric Reporter No. 2"
2/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/2 80 [congratulatory letter on publication of the first issue]
2/1/1921 Shadowland 3/6 41, 68 James Branch Cabell: Prospero!
2/5/1921 Judge 80/2049 30 "Biting Off a Chunk or Two of the Dic"
2/6/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 10 "Mary Garden, Impresario"
2/12/1921 Judge 80/2050 30 "Wasting Time in the Parlor-Car"
2/13/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 15 Subways: The National Gym"
2/26/1921 Judge 80/2052 29 "Trawling for Whales and Goldies"
2/27/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 9 "The Great Unpublished"
3/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/3 111-114 "Tales of a Psychometric Reporter No. 3"
3/1/1921 Shadowland 4/1 42, 79, 81 The Vision of Thomas Hardy
3/6/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 9 J. B. Cabell, Since "Jurgen"
3/13/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 10 How the American Don Quixote Tried Riding a Bucking Bronco
3/13/1921 New York Herald, The
4/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/4 149-150 "Decadence and Mediocrity"
4/1/1921 Shadowland 4/2 55, 76 Remy de Gourmont: Civilization's Epilogue
4/17/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 12 "Poets With Wings and Other Things"
4/20/1921 Buffalo Evening News 8 "Film Censor's Dictionary"
4/24/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 11 "Borderland moods in verse"
4/30/1921 Auburn Citizen 8 "Mabel Taliaferro and Gareth Hughes in The Paramount Picture, 'Sentimental Tommy'" Reprinted in Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, 11/2/1921, p. 5
5/1/1921 Double-Dealer 1/5 201-203 "Monsieur Satan"
5/1/1921 Shadowland 4/3 40, 72 Vachel Lindsay: Apocalyptic Jazzie
6/1/1921 Shadowland 4/4 39, 68, 78 Anatole France: Beau Brummel of Sceptics
6/5/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 11 "Film Censorship As a Sport"
6/8/1921 Charlotte News, The 5 "Sentimental Tommy" Abbreviated version of review in Auburn Citizen 4/30/1921
6/19/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 21 "Lost Corners of New York"
6/26/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 12 "Ideas live in families"
6/26/1921 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 6 "'Wet' Parade Mottoes"
6/26/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 17 "Seven Months in the Movies"
7/1/1921 Double-Dealer 2/7 35-36 "To Arms! Burgundians"
7/1/1921 Motion Picture Magazine 21/6 21 "Twenty Years Versus Eternity"
7/1/1921 Shadowland 4/5 45, 72 Baudelaire: Ironic Dante
7/1/1921 Quill, The 18 "Ave Zarathustra!" poem
7/1/1921 Quill, The 18 "Time's Schoolhouse"
7/2/1921 Judge 81/2070 20 "Censor's Dictionary"
7/2/1921 Judge 81/2070 34 "Slogan Americanus: Brew and Boost"
7/3/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 12 "Old Philosopher Is Rediscovered After Centuries"
7/9/1921 Judge 81/2071 17 "Said the Upper Berth to the Lower Register—"
7/9/1921 Billboard, The 33/28 46 "Artistic Evolution of Movies Slow?"
7/10/1921 New York Times, The 66 "Hopes of the 'Wets'"
7/16/1921 Judge 81/2072 34 "Heads of Oak and Efficiency Ezra"
7/17/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 8 "Speaking of angels"
7/23/1921 Judge 81/2073 34 "Recipe for Making a Word-Stew"
7/30/1921 Judge 81/2074 34 "Over the Hills to the Booze-House"
7/31/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 8 "A great modern Greek poet"
8/1/1921 Shadowland 39, 70, 76 Flaubert: Chemist of Illusions
8/6/1921 Judge 81/2075 34 "Three Homers on a Single and a Foul"
8/7/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 11 "The New High Art of 'Ad. Writing'" Reprinted in Concordia Blade Empire 8/12/1921
8/13/1921 Judge 81/2076 34 "The Tin Can on the Tail of the Dog-Days"
8/20/1921 Judge 81/2077 34 "What the Old Vet Said to Newlydry"
8/21/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 10 "The Leaden Age of Boredom"
8/27/1921 Judge 81/2078 34 "Just How Words Make the Dictionary"
8/28/1921 New York Times 37 "Vision of the Booze Venice"
9/3/1921 Judge 81/2079 32 Knocking the Circle Out of Zero
9/4/1921 New York Times Book Review, The 8 "The Campaign for Civility"
9/10/1921 Judge 81/2080 34 "What's the Constitution Between Cellars?"
9/12/1921 Buffalo Evening News 8 "To the Old Soak" poem
9/12/1921 Harrisburg Telegraph 10 "To the Old Soak" poem
9/17/1921 Judge 81/2081 34 "The Passing of the Buck"
9/24/1921 Judge 81/2082 34 "Outside of Murder Nothing Happened"
9/25/1921 New York Times, The 45 "Our One Affirmative Commandment"
10/1/1921 Judge 81/2083 34 "What the Night-cap Said to the Eye-opener"
10/1/1921 Quill, The 8 "Vers Libre"
10/1/1921 Shadowland 5/2 43, 63 The Bovaryism of Jules de Gaultier
10/8/1921 Judge 81/2084 34 "The Mystery of the Great Bootlegacy"
10/9/1921 New York Times, The 40 "Renaissance of the Masher and Swashbuckler"
10/15/1921 Judge 81/2085 34 "Will the Dill Pickle Ever Come Back?"
10/16/1921 New York Times, The 40 "Paris Captured by Greenwich Village"
10/29/1921 Judge 81/2087 9 "The Third Eye"
11/1/1921 Shadowland 5/3 25, 77 Dulcy and Lynn Fontanne
11/1/1921 Shadowland 5/3 45, 75 Stendhal: Geometrical Don Juan
11/5/1921 Judge 81/2088 8 "The Third Eye"
11/11/1921 Wellington Daily News, The 4 "Fascination of the Movies"
11/12/1921 Judge 81/2089 20 "The Third Eye"
12/1/1921 Forum 66/6 548-549 “A Photographer of Dreams”
12/1/1921 Shadowland 5/4 33, 77 The Iridescent Irene
12/1/1921 Shadowland 5/4 55, 62 The Psychology of Ennui
12/18/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 8 "Nietzsche or Shopenhauer?" Thundered Huneker A personal tribute and a Review, by DeC
12/25/1921 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 11 "Two Cabell Novels In the New Edition"
1/1/1922 Roycroft 9/5 149-150 "Hubbard Imitators"
1/1/1922 Shadowland 5/5 49, 65 Verlaine: Epitome of Man
1/8/1922 New York Herald, The sec. 7, p. 9 "Superman Philosopher Bought Toys for Wagner's Child"
2/1/1922 Theatre Magazine 78, 124 "William Shakespeare's Own Handwriting"
2/5/1922 New York Herald, The sec. 8, p. 3 "De Gourmont in Translation" Book review
2/12/1922 New York Herald, The sec. 8, p. 15 "Fame and Sincerity"
3/4/1922 Exhibitors Herald 56 "Do You Want to Be Censored?"
3/5/1922 New York Times, The 90 "In Mary's Eyes"
3/19/1922 New York Times Book Review, The 10 "The National New York Complex"
3/26/1922 New York Times, The sec. 7, p. 8 "Shy Girl Authors"
3/26/1922 New York Times Book Review, The 10, 31 "Our Domestic Movies and the Germans"
4/1/1922 Double-Dealer 3/16 212-213 “The Fatal Smile”
4/1/1922 Shadowland 6/2 19, 73, 75 Mary Nash: Versatile Actress
4/1/1922 Shadowland 6/2 43, 61 De Maupassant: Vagabond Faun
4/2/1922 New York Times, The 91 "Fancy Dress Revels"
4/16/1922 New York Times Book Review, The 11 "Darwin Defied in Our Subways"
5/1/1922 Arts and Decoration 32, 60, 64 "The Grim Mask of Satire: Three Plays in New York that Transcend Amusement."
5/1/1922 Shadowland 6/3 37, 68-69 Balzac: The Clumsy Titan
5/21/1922 New York Times Book Review, The 6 "Virtue Made in Pennsylvania"
6/1/1922 Smart Set, The 68/2 102-104 "Sub Specie Eternitatus"
6/1/1922 Theatre Magazine 170 "Adrift in the Roaring Forties"
7/2/1922 Richmond Times-Dispatch 5 "Will Publish Essays By DeCasseres Soon."
9/1/1922 Smart Set, The 69/1 81-83 "The Nietzschean Follies: VIII"
9/3/1922 New York Times Book Review, The 7 "Movies That the People Want" Excerpt reprinted in The Billoard 9/30/1922 p.7
9/10/1922 Evening Star 25 "Chameleon: Review of New Books."
10/1/1922 Shadowland 7/2 19 "Candida Continued"
10/1/1922 Smart Set, The 69/2 79-81 "The Nietzschean Follies: IX"
10/1/1922 Theatre Magazine 36/259 "Adrift in the Roaring Forties"
11/1/1922 Theatre Magazine 36/260 308 "Adrift in the Roaring Forties"
11/12/1922 New York Times Magazine, The 12 "Concatenated Conclave of Clarences"
11/19/1922 New York Times Magazine, The 7, 14 "The Coming Great Booze War"
11/26/1922 Morning Telegraph, The 100/149 sec. 2, p. 1 "The Coue Wets"
11/29/1922 Nation, The 115/2995 582 "Huneker the Versatile"
12/1/1922 Arts and Decoration 18/2 90, 92, 94 "And a Little Book Shall Lead Them"
12/1/1922 Theatre Magazine 36/261 366 "Adrift in the Roaring Forties"
12/1/1922 Shadowland 7/4 57, 78 "The Play, the Part, and the Time"
12/3/1922 New York Herald , The 11 "In Preparation : The Shadow-eater."
12/17/1922 Morning Telegraph, The 100/170 sec. 2, p. 1 "Are You a Fixed or a Fluid?"
12/27/1922 Nation, The 115/2999 722 "A Yankee Cellini"
1/1/1923 Arts and Decoration 18/3 59-60 "And a Little Book Shall Lead Them"
1/1/1923 Shadowland 7/5 19, 75 "Jests and Visions"
2/1/1923 Arts and Decoration 18/4 91, 95 "And a Little Book Shall Lead Them"
2/1/1923 Shadowland 7/6 26, 68 "Shaw, D'Annunzio, Tolstoi: Diabolistic Idealists"
3/1/1923 Arts and Decoration 18/5 66, 71, 73 "And a Little Book Shall Lead Them"
3/1/1923 Shadowland 8/1 35, 74 "Satire: the Humor that Crucifies"
4/1/1923 Arts and Decoration 18/6 92, 94-95 "The Best Books of the Month"
4/1/1923 Shadowland 8/2 20, 69 "The Unearthly Imagination"
5/20/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 101/140 sec. 2, p. 1 "The Lost Tribes of Innocents"
6/3/1923 New York Times, The X10 "New Crusade to Uplift Movies Led by Don Quixotes of the Pen"
6/10/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 101/161 sec. 2, p. 1 "New York: Matter Triumphalis 1898 to 1923"
6/17/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 101/168 sec. 2, p. 1 "Mencken: Candidate of Booze or Bust Party"
6/17/1923 New York Times Magazine, The 2 "Ads That Are Writ in Air"
8/5/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 102/36 sec. 2, p. 1 "The Lost Booze-Trails of Manhattan"
8/12/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 102/43 sec. 2, p. 3 "Seven Men Who Never Will Sit in the Presidential Chair"
8/19/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 102/50 sec. 2, p. 3 "The Gentle Art of Jay Walking"
8/26/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 102/57 sec. 2, p. 3 "What We Might Give Gladly for a Twelve-Mile Limit"
9/16/1923 Morning Telegraph, The 102/78 sec. 2, p. 3 "Boking a Hundred Thousand Bucks—How It Can Be Done!"
11/7/1923 Evening Star 5 "Twenty-one Years Ago."
4/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 24, 66 "Religious Hysteria as a Motive for Drama."
5/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 36-37, 56 "The Comic Mask on Broadway."
5/25/1924 New York Times Book Review, The 13 "At the Desk's Dry Wood of East India House"
6/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 36, 54, 65-66 "In the Kingdom of the Fol-de-Roi."
7/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 38, 60-61 "Expressing, Repressing and Confessing Willie."
8/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 26, 71 "The Magic Touch in Drama."
9/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 30-31,66 "Some Democratic Muses and Louvres."
9/1/1924 Motion Picture Magazine 28/8 40, 88, 98-99, 109 "Adventures Off-Scene"
10/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 17-18, 73 "This Year's Plats."
10/1/1924 Motion Picture Magazine 18-9 43, 93-94, 96 "Adventures Off-Scene"
11/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 39-40 "Where the Aisles of Thespis End."
12/1/1924 Arts and Decoration 28, 64, 66 "Where the Aisles of Thespis End."
4/19/1925 Buffalo Sunday Courier Magazine 15 "Anti-Puritan, Anti-Prohibition, Anti-Serious Sketches of New York"
6/1/1925 Arts and Decoration 32-33, 64 "The Balzac of European Ghetto."
1/28/1926 Brooklyn Daily Eagle 18 "The Washington Controversy" Letter to the editor
2/3/1926 Aiken Standard, The "Two Men, a Woman, and a Dog" Reprinted in the Jeffersonville Sullivan Co. Record 2/4/1926 p. 7; Deruyter Gleaner 4/8/1926, p. 8
09/05/1926 New York Times Book Review, The 8 "Samuel Taylor Coleridge"
10/03/1926 New York Times Book Review, The 2 "Cabell Introduces Cinderella to Mephistopheles"
10/17/1926 New York Times Book Review, The 4 "Havelock Ellis Probes The Soul of Spain"
12/01/1926 American Mercury 294-399 "Five Portraits on Galvanized Iron"
01/02/1927 New York Times Book Review, The 10 Chamfort Rivalled Swift in Ironical Cynicism"
02/01/1927 American Mercury 143-147 "The Complete American"
10/01/1927 American Mercury 178-181 "The Broadway Mind"
11/01/1927 American Mercury 288-292 "Elegy in a Malty Mood"
11/01/1927 Bookman, The 262-265 "Robinson Jeffers: Tragic Terror"
01/01/1928 American Mercury 99-103 "The Red-Ink Days"
02/10/1928 New York Times, The 120 "Mr. De Casseres Protests" Letter to the Editor
03/01/1928 American Mercury 438-442 "Hymn to Satan"
04/12/1928 Life 91/2371 16 "Along the Main Stem"
05/01/1928 American Mercury 99-103 "Polemic Against Sobriety"
07/04/1928 Reading Times 6 "Naturalizing Alice"
08/01/1928 American Mercury 432-437 "Resurgam!"
08/29/1928 Variety 17 "The Greatest of All Motion Pictures"
09/12/1928 Daily Boston Globe 18 "Yankee Fantasia"
09/16/1928 Waco News-Tribune 28 "Benjamin De Casseres Says Emil Jannings Is Without a Peer in Film World"
11/01/1928 American Mercury 266-274 "The History of a Patriot"
11/17/1928 Saturday Review of Literature, The 367-368 "Jules De Gaultier"
03/01/1929 American Mercury 467-473 "An American Wrestles with God"
07/01/1929 American Mercury 339-345 "Ingalls of Kansas"
9/1/1929 Arts and Decoration 72, 110, 112 "The 'Artificial Paradise' of Broadway"
10/01/1929 American Mercury 215-221 "Plumed Knight and Turkey-Gobbler"
10/01/1929 Arts and Decoration 55, 92, 122 "Circulez! Circulez! Mes Enfants!"
2/1/1930 Screenland 20/4 94-95 "The Stage"
2/1/1930 American Mercury 221-228 "Tom Reed."
3/1/1930 Screenland 20/5 92-93 "The Stage"
4/1/1930 Screenland 20/6 96-97 "The Stage"
5/1/1930 Screenland 21/1 96-97 "The Stage"
6/1/1930 American Mercury 242-243 "Fantasia Impromptu"
6/1/1930 Screenland 21/2 96-97 The Stage
7/1/1930 American Mercury 353-361 "Ben Butler"
7/1/1930 Screenland 21/3 92-93 The Stage in Review
8/1/1930 American Mercury 497-500 "The Thing Called Art"
8/1/1930 Screenland 21/4 96-97 The Stage in Review
8/29/1930 Life 14 Great Minds At Work
9/1/1930 Screenland 21/5 90-91 The Stage in Review
10/1/1930 Screenland 21/6 92-93 The Stage in Review
10/31/1930 Life 13 Great Minds At Work
11/1/1930 Screenland 22/1 92-93 The Stage in Review
12/1/1930 Screenland 22/2 94-95 The Stage in Review
1/1/1931 Screenland 22/3 92-93 The Stage in Review
2/1/1931 Screenland 22/4 64-65 The Stage in Review
3/1/1931 Screenland 22/5 60-61 The Stage in Review
4/1/1931 Screenland 22/6 64-65 The Stage in Review
4/3/1931 Life 13 [untitled]
5/1/1931 American Mercury 103-112 "Henry George"
5/1/1931 Screenland 23/1 64-65, 111 The Stage in Review
6/1/1931 Screenland 23/2 86-87, 101-102 The Stage in Review
6/15/1931 Contempo 1 1,3 "The Holy Wesleyan Empire"
7/1/1931 Bookman, The 73 487-491 "Portraits en Brochette"
7/1/1931 Screenland 23/3 64-65, 124 The Stage in Review
7/2/1931 Daily Northwestern, The 11 What's Going On in the World Today
7/2/1931 Sun, The 10 Americans Ignore Philosophy
7/2/1931 Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune 10 Philosophy Has Little Vogue in United States
7/3/1931 Mason City Globe-Gazette 8 "Get It and Hold It," Philosophy of Man in Street
7/5/1931 Daily Boston Globe A16 Americans' Philosophy "Get It and Hold It"
7/11/1931 Columbia Evening Republican 9 Merely Dodging Things, American's Philosophy
8/1/1931 Screenland 23/4 64-65, 127 The Stage in Review
8/15/1931 Contempo 1 1,6 "A Self Interview"
9/1/1931 Screenland 23/5 64-65, 122 The Stage in Review
10/1/1931 American Mercury 207-214 "Making of a Wowser"
10/1/1931 Screenland 23/6 86-87, 115 The Stage in Review
11/1/1931 Screenland 24/1 87, 114-115 The Stage in Review
12/1/1931 American Mercury 447-454 "Lüchow's"
12/1/1931 American Mercury 501-502 "More Trouble Ahead"
12/1/1931 Screenland 24/2 86-87, 118 The Stage in Review
1/1/1932 Screenland 24/3 62-63 The Stage in Review
1/24/1932 Daily Tar Heel, The 1 Robinson Jeffers
2/1/1932 Screenland 24/4 64-65, 108 The Stage in Review
3/1/1932 Contempo 1 1 "Unauthorized Biography"
3/1/1932 Screenland 24/5 64-65, 110 The Stage in Review
3/12/1932 Motion Picture Herald 20, 22 Broadway Stage—From Camera Eye
3/19/1932 Motion Picture Herald 23, 26 Broadway Stage—From Camera Eye
3/26/1932 Motion Picture Herald 18, 22 Broadway Stage—From Camera Eye
4/1/1932 New Movie Magazine, The 43, 112-114 First Class Hokum—but how we love it!
4/2/1932 Motion Picture Herald 20, 26 Broadway Stage—From Camera Eye
4/9/1932 Motion Picture Herald 12, 22 Broadway Stage From Camera Eye
4/16/1932 Motion Picture Herald 35 Grand Hotel
4/23/1932 Motion Picture Herald 10 Broadway Stage From Camera Eye
5/1/1932 American Mercury 363-371 "Mouquin's"
5/7/1932 Motion Picture Herald 12 Broadway Stage From Camera Eye
5/21/1932 Motion Picture Herald 18 Broadway Stage From Camera Eye
6/1/1932 Screenland 72-73, 81 The Stage in Review
6/4/1932 Motion Picture Herald 14 The Stage—From Camera Eye
6/25/1932 Motion Picture Herald 18 The Stage—From Camera Eye
7/1/1932 American Mercury 360-368 "Joel's"
7/1/1932 Life 7 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
7/1/1932 Screenland 25/3 26-27, 79 "Meet 'The General'"
8/1/1932 Life 6 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
9/1/1932 Life 6 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
9/17/1932 Motion Picture Herald 12 "The Stage from the Camera's Eye"
10/1/1932 Motion Picture Herald 17 "Here's a Grab-Off as a Picture"
10/8/1932 Motion Picture Herald 18 "Makings of Good Film Pudding"
10/15/1932 Motion Picture Herald 16 "Job for 'Some Hollywood Ibsen'"
10/29/1932 Motion Picture Herald 19 "Outlines of a Corking Good Film"
11/1/1932 American Mercury 348-354 "Jack's"
11/1/1932 Clarion, The 1 8-9 Benjamin DeCasseres
11/1/1932 Life 6 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
11/12/1932 Motion Picture Herald 24 "Superb for Rapid-Fire Comedy"
12/1/1932 Life 6 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
12/3/1932 Motion Picture Herald 12 "They'll Stand in Line to Grab It"
12/17/1932 Motion Picture Herald 26 "Simply Must Be Done as a Picture"
12/31/1932 Motion Picture Herald 17 "Fascinating Picture Can Be Made"
12/31/1932 Motion Picture Herald 36 "Rasputin and the Empress"
1/1/1933 Life 12 Political Porridge
1/6/1933 Jersey City Jewish Standard 5-6 The Gorgeous Destroyer
1/28/1933 Motion Picture Herald 17 "Had Their Eye on Hollywood"
2/1/1933 Clarion, The 1 14-15 "Symphony of My Life"
2/1/1933 Life 20 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
2/25/1933 Motion Picture Herald 33 "For Trade That Combs Hair Back"
3/1/1933 Clarion, The 9 9 "Kept"
3/1/1933 American Mercury 368-369 "Fantasia Impromptu"
3/1/1933 Life 30 The Hit-and-Run Thinker
3/25/1933 Motion Picture Herald 18 "It's Bound for Hollywood"
4/8/1933 Motion Picture Herald 10 "Gold Mine for the Producer"
4/29/1933 Motion Picture Herald 19 "And the Screen Has No Cornell!"
5/1/1933 Life 16 "14 Points on 3.2"
5/20/1933 Motion Picture Herald 15 "Will Be Splendid Entertainment"
5/27/1933 Motion Picture Herald 17 "Might Be Profound Film Drama"
6/24/1933 Motion Picture Herald 10 "Researchers and Window Dressers"
7/1/1933 American Mercury 374 "Golden Elixir"
7/1/1933 Motion Picture Herald 11 "Grand Material for the Screen"
8/1/1933 American Spectator, The 3 "On a Scratch-Pad"
8/5/1933 Motion Picture Herald 35 "This Play 'Would Clean Up Big'"
9/9/1933 Motion Picture Herald 12 "This 'Ought to Move in Every Spot'"
10/14/1933 Motion Picture Herald 15 Plays That Hit the Picture Idea
10/21/1933 Motion Picture Herald 15 Beats 'Arrowsmith' for Films
10/28/1933 Motion Picture Herald 23 "Jammed with Picture Material"
11/4/1933 Motion Picture Herald 30 DeCasseres, Stage Trumpeter, Sounds Note Of Comeback in Success of Seven Openings
11/11/1933 Motion Picture Herald 34 "An Air-Tight, Seamless Thriller"
12/2/1933 Motion Picture Herald 67 'Great Possibilities as Smash-Hit'
12/6/1933 Oakland Tribune 3 First Legal Drink Taken in Just 2½ Seconds After Repeal
12/6/1933 Oshkosh Daily Northwestern 14 Joyous Moment First Drink in Thirteen Years
12/6/1933 Ogden Standard Examiner 1 Noted Author Describes Joy of Being First Man To Gulp Lawful Highball
12/16/1933 Motion Picture Herald 22 Requires All the Studio Tricks'
12/30/1933 Motion Picture Herald 23 Lot of Potential Film Angles'
1/13/1934 Motion Picture Herald 15 Would Go Over with Star Cast'
1/20/1934 Motion Picture Herald 14 "Great Buy for Picture Technique"
1/27/1934 Motion Picture Herald 21 "Ship Entire Cast to Hollywood"
2/3/1934 Motion Picture Herald 26 Material for a Neat Film Comedy'
2/10/1934 Motion Picture Herald 33 'Surest-Fire Stuff of the Season'
2/17/1934 Motion Picture Herald 20 'Almost Too Good for the Screen'
2/23/1934 Motion Picture Herald 20 "Ingredients of 80-Minute Thrill"
3/3/1934 Motion Picture Herald 21 "Something Superb for the Screen"
3/10/1934 Motion Picture Herald 45 This Play Is a "Program Natural"
3/24/1934 Motion Picture Herald 40, 44 De Casseres Calls "Rothschild" First Full-Sized World Picture
3/24/1934 Motion Picture Herald 68 "It Will Make a Memorable Film"
3/30/1934 New York Times, The [untitled] Letter to the Editor about the ACLU
4/7/1934 Motion Picture Herald 28 "Work for Most Serious Director"
4/14/1934 Motion Picture Herald 15 'Would Make a Great Picture'
4/21/1934 Motion Picture Herald 11 'Ought to Tick-Tock on the Screen'
4/28/1934 Motion Picture Herald 16 'Solo Show for John Barrymore'
5/12/1934 Motion Picture Herald 25 Play Would "Cut Quite a Figure"
5/19/1934 Motion Picture Herald 37 'Should Click on Screen Like Taxi'
5/26/1934 Motion Picture Herald 37 "Limitless for Screen Humdinger"
6/23/1934 Motion Picture Herald 100 "Corking Title, But—"
8/1/1934 New Movie Magazine, The 10/2 34-35, 68 My Screen Sweethearts…and Why
9/8/1934 Motion Picture Herald 12 Broadway Stage from Camera Eye
9/22/1934 Motion Picture Herald 17 'Good Fare of an Ancient Vintage'
9/29/1934 Motion Picture Herald 15 'New Screen Stuff for Melodrama'
10/6/1934 Motion Picture Herald 30 Superbly Entertaining' for a Film
10/7/1934 New York Times, The X3 Found in the First-Class Mail Letter to the Editor
10/13/1934 Motion Picture Herald 18 "Plenty of Good Picture Angles"
10/20/1934 Motion Picture Herald 17 'Calls for Biggest All-Star Cast'
10/27/1934 Motion Picture Herald 32 'Would Make Daring, Honest Film'
11/3/1934 Motion Picture Herald 35 'Contains Good Film Possibilities'
11/10/1934 Motion Picture Herald 33 'Here's Definitely a Picture Buy'
11/17/1934 Motion Picture Herald 9 First Issue of Time's Two-Reel News Opens in Theatres Dec. 20
11/24/1934 Motion Picture Herald 55 Film and Star 'Bound for Studio'
8/1/1918 IL Carroccio (The Italian Review) 8/2 168 "Italy" IL Carroccio Publishing CO, Inc. 150 Nassau ST. New York
12/23/1922 Exhibitors Herald 44,58 "Exhibitors Are Better Judges of Pictures Than Critics"
4/24/1904 ST. Paul Globe, The 37 "Dramatic Criticism" Title unknown
5/21/1921 Wasp, The 594 "Dramatic Criticism"
10/1/1912 International,The 6/5 104-105 "The Counsel of Inperfection."