Bibliography

Bibliography

Works by Winnifred Eaton

Chinese-Japanese Cookbook

Watanna, Onoto, and Sara Bosse. Chinese-Japanese Cookbook. New York, Rand McNally, 1914.

A Contract

Watanna, Onoto. “A Contract.” Illustrated by Genjiro Yeto. Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Aug. 1902, pp. 370-79.

A Cottage in Matsushima

Watanna, Onoto. “A Cottage in Matsushima.” Ainslee’s, vol. 12, no. 2, Sept. 1903, pp. 140-147.

A Protest

Reeve, Winifred (Onoto Watanna). “A Protest.” Canadian Bookman, Mar. 1924, p. 72.

A Daughter of Two Lands

Watanna, Onoto. “A Daughter of Two Lands.” Illustrated by W. H. D. Koerner. Red Book Magazine, Nov. 1909, pp. 33-48.

A Father

Watanna, Onoto. “A Father.” Illustrated by Louis Betts. Conkey’s Home Journal, Jan. 1900, pp. 9-10.

A Half Caste

Watanna, Onoto. “A Half Caste.” Illustrated by Alfred S. Campbell. Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, vol. 48, Sept. 1899, pp. 489-96.

The Horseless Carriage of Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “The Horseless Carriage of Japan.” Illustrated by Karl J. Anderson. Woman’s Home Companion, Apr. 1900, p. 13.

A Japanese-American Love Story

Watanna, Onoto. “A Japanese American Love Story.” Illustrated by Clare Angell. Woman’s Home Companion, Aug. 1902, pp. 13-14.

A Japanese Blossom

Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Blossom. Illustrated by L. W. Ziegler. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1901.

A Japanese Love Story

Watanna, Onoto. “A Japanese Love Story.” American Youth Magazine, 1897. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 17.2.

Japanese Lullaby

Anonymous. “A Japanese Lullaby,” ms., 1898-1907, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 3.1.

A Japanese Nightingale

Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2). Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst. Woman’s Home Companion, Apr. 1901, pp. 11-12.
Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4). Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst. Woman’s Home Companion, May 1901, pp. 7-8.
Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7). Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst. Woman’s Home Companion, June 1901, pp. 13-14, 43, 43.
Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9). Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst. Woman’s Home Companion, July 1901, pp. 11-12.
Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-11). Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst. Woman’s Home Companion, Aug. 1901, pp. 1-2, 32.
Watanna, Onoto. A Japanese Nightingale. Illustrated by Genjiro Yeto. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1901.

A Kiss

Watanna, Onoto. “A Kiss.” Illustrated by Howard V. Brown. Smith’s Magazine, Oct. 1914, pp. 47-55.

A Neighbor’s Garden, My Own, and a Dream One

Watanna, Onoto. “A Neighbor’s Garden, My Own, and a Dream One [Part 1].” Illustrated by Alden Peirson. Good Housekeeping, Apr. 1908, pp. 347-53.
Watanna, Onoto. “A Neighbor’s Garden, My Own, and a Dream One [Part 2].” Illustrated by Alden Peirson. Good Housekeeping, May 1908, pp. 485-90.

A Poor Devil

Eaton, Winnie. “A Poor Devil.” Metropolitan Magazine Montreal, 1894-1895, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 17.2.

A Prayer for Understanding

Watanna, Onoto. “A Prayer for Understanding.” Christian-Science Monitor, Feb. 1899, p. 785.

A Rhapsody on Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “A Rhapsody on Japan.” Conkey’s Home Journal, vol. 3, no. 4, July 1898, p. 13.

A Tragedy of the Wheat Fields

O.W.. “A Tragedy of the Wheat Fields.” ms., 1922. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 3.1.

Telephone Girl

Anonymous. “Telephone Girl.” ms., 1917-1935. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 17.8.

Portrait of a Poet

Reeve, Winnifred. “Portrait of a Poet.” ms., 1917-1935. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, Box 1.

Philomena

Anonymous. “Philomena.” ms., 1917-1935. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 17.6.

Vitriol

Ellis Eaton. “Vitriol.” ms., 1924-1931, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.1.

Alberta, the Land of Work, is New Name Given to This Country by Calgary Author

Reeve, Mrs. Francis. “Alberta, the Land of Work, is New Name Given to This Country by Calgary Author.” Calgary Herald, 12 Jan 1924, p. 5.

Amoy, A Chinese Girl

Watanna, Onoto. “Amoy, A Chinese Girl.” Illustrated by C. D. Weldon. Woman’s Home Companion, Nov. 1900, pp. 7-8.

An Art Gallery for Calgary

Reeve, Winnifred. “An Art Gallery for Calgary.” Albertan, 30 Apr. 1924, p. 4 and back page.

An Oriental Holiday

Watanna, Onoto. “An Oriental Holiday.” Conkey’s Home Journal, Dec. 1898, pp. 12-13.

An Unexpected Grandchild

Watanna, Onoto. “An Unexpected Grandchild.” Lippincott’s Monthly, volume 84, Dec. 1909, pp. 684-700.

Barbary Coast

Reeve, Winnifred and Tom Reed. Barbary Coast [screenplay]. Universal Studios, 1929. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 5.2.
Reeve, Winnifred and Charles Logue. Barbary Coast [treatment]. Universal Studios, 1929. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 5.2.

Because We Were Lonely

Anonymous. “Because We Were Lonely.” True Story Magazine, Apr. 1933, pp. 28-30, 92-96.

Books, Literary Notes, etc: Edith Wharton

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Books, Literary Notes, etc.” Morning Albertan, 28 May 1924 Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 17.3.

Books, Literary Notes, etc: Bliss Carman

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Books, Literary Notes, etc.” Morning Albertan, 22 Jan 1924, p. 4.

Books, Literary Notes, etc: Victor Lauriston

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Books, Literary Notes, etc.” Morning Albertan, 5 Feb 1924, p. 4.

Butchering Brains, An Author in Hollywood is as a Lamb in an Abattoir

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton (Watanna, Onoto). “Butchering Brains: An Author in Hollywood is as a Lamb in an Abattoir.” Motion Picture Magazine, Sept. 1928, pp. 28-29, 110-11.

Cattle

Eaton, Winnifred (Watonna, Onota). Cattle. New York, W.J. Watt, 1924.
Watanna, Onoto. Cattle. Toronto, Musson, 1923.
Watanna, Onoto. Cattle. London, Hutchinson, 1923.

Count Oguri’s Quest

Watanna, Onoto. “Count Oguri’s Quest.” Smart Set, Dec. 1902, pp. 143-47.

Coyotes

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton. “Coyotes.” 1919-1936, pp. 1-16.

Daughters of Nijo

Watanna, Onoto. Daughters of Nijo. Illustrated by Kiyokichi Sano. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1904.

Delia Dissents

Watanna, Onoto. “Delia Dissents.” Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. Saturday Evening Post, 22 Aug. 1908, pp. 22-23.

East is West

Reeve, Winifred Eaton and Tom Reed, from play by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. East is West [adaptation and continuity]. Bell, Monta, dir. Universal Studios, 1930. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 16.4.

Elspeth

Watanna, Onoto. “Elspeth.” The Quill: The Canadian Short Story Magazine, Jan. 1923, pp. 23-30.

Every-day Life in Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “Every-day Life in Japan.” Harper’s Weekly, 2 Apr. 1904, pp. 500-502, 527-528, 527-28.

Eyes That Saw Not

Watanna, Onoto with Bertrand W. Babcock. “Eyes That Saw Not.” Harper’s Monthly, June 1902, pp. 30-38.

Her Japanese Lover

Watanna, Onoto. “Her Japanese Lover.” Illustrated by Albert D. Blashfield. Woman’s Home Companion, Sept. 1900, p. 15.

Her Love Sin

Anonymous. “Her Love Sin: The Story of a Fallen Woman [Part 1].” I Confess, 23 Jan. 1925, pp. 10-16.
Anonymous. “Her Love Sin: The Story of a Fallen Woman [Part 2].” I Confess, 6 Feb. 1925, pp. 28-35.

His Interpreter

Watanna, Onoto. “His Interpreter (Part 1).” Illustrated by C. Allan Gilbert. Woman’s Home Companion, Sept. 1899, pp. 9-10.
Watanna, Onoto. “His Interpreter (Part 2).” Illustrated by C. Allan Gilbert. Woman’s Home Companion, Oct. 1899, pp. 11-12.

His Japanese Teacher 

Watanna, Onoto. “His Japanese Teacher.” The PuritanMar. 1899, pp. 209-217.

His Royal Nibs

Watanna, Onoto. His Royal Nibs. New York, W.J. Watt, 1925.

His Wife’s Husband

Watanna, Onoto. “His Wife’s Husband.” Illustrated by S. Ehrhart. Woman’s Home Companion, May 1899, pp. 5-6.

Home and Social Life of the Japanese

Watanna, Onoto. “Home and Social Life of the Japanese.” Woman’s Home Companion, Feb. 1901, pp. 3-4.

Home Life of the Japanese Woman

Watanna, Onoto. “Home Life of the Japanese Woman.” Home and Flowers: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Beautiful, Nov. 1902, pp. 7-10.
Watanna, Onoto. “The Japanese Woman.” Anderson [S.C.] Intelligencer, 25 Feb. 1903, p. 6.

Honorable Movie Takee Sojin

Watanna, Onoto (Winifred Reeve). “Honorable Movie Takee Sojin.” Motion Picture Classic Magazine, Mar. 1928, pp. 37, 72.

How Frenchmen Make Love

Reeve, Winifred. “How Frenchmen Make Love.” Motion Picture Magazine, June 1929, pp. 50, 116.

I am a White N[---]

Anonymous. “I am a White N[---].” ms. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 10.1.

I Could Get Any Woman’s Husband!

Reeve, Winifred (Watanna, Onoto). “I Could Get Any Woman’s Husband!” Motion Picture Classic Magazine, Mar. 1929, pp. 21, 80.

Introduction to Frank Putnam’s Love Lyrics

Watanna, Onoto. “Introduction.” Love Lyrics by Frank Putnam. Chicago, Blakely Press, 1898.

Japan Will Not Go to War

Watanna, Onoto. “Japan Will Not Go To War.” Day Book, 29 Jan 1914, p. 14.

Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth

Watanna, Onoto. “Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth.” New Metropolitan Magazine, vol. 18, no. 1, Apr. 1904, pp. 139-141.

Japanese Women Train their Babes from Infancy

Watanna, Onoto. “Japanese Women Train their Babes from Infancy.” Spokane Press, 6 May 1904, p. 3.

John and I

Eaton, Ellis. “John and I.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 3.1.

Johnny’s Calf and Pa’s Cow

Reeve, Winnifred. “Johnny’s Calf and Pa’s Cow.” Illustrated by Karl J. Anderson. Calgary Herald, 24 Dec. 1921, p. 28 (p. 2 Feature Section).

Karo: A Story of Japanese Honor

Watanna, Onoto. “Karo: A Story of Japanese Honor.” Illustrated by Mark Hayne and James McCracken. Conkey’s Home Journal, May 1898, pp. 4-7.

Kirishima-San

Watanna, Onoto. “Kirishima-san.” Idler, Nov. 1901, pp. 315-21.

Lend Me Your Title

Watanna, Onoto. “Lend Me Your Title [Part 1].” Illustrated by C. F. Peters. Maclean’s Magazine, Feb. 1919, pp. 13, 14, 72-74.
Watanna, Onoto. “Lend Me Your Title [Part 2].” Illustrated by C. F. Peters. Maclean’s Magazine, Mar. 1919, pp. 16, 18-19, 66-69.

Li Ching’s Baby

Watanna, Onoto. “Li Ching’s Baby.” Carter’s Monthly, vol. 8, iss. 4, Apr. 1898, pp. 401-403.

Margot

Watanna, Onoto. “Margot.” Illustrated by Margaret Fernie. Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Dec. 1901, pp. 202-9.

Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model

The author of Me and Herself. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model. New York, W.J. Watt, 1916.
Herself, and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 1]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, Apr. 1916, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 254-257, 304-306.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 2]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, May 1916, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 345-347, 414-416.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 3]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, June 1916, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 441-443, 460, 462.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 4]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, July 1916, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 9-11, 57-59.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 5]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, Aug. 1916, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 76-78, 117-118.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 6]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, Sept. 1916, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 155-157, 190-192.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 7]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, Oct. 1916, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 231-232, 258.
Herself and the author of Me. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model [Part 8]. Illustrated by Henry Hutt. Hearst’s International, Nov. 1916, vol. 30, no. 5, pp. 329-330, 338-339.

Me: A Book of Remembrance

Anonymous. Me: A Book of Remembrance [Part One]. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Apr. 1915, pp. 801-827.
Anonymous. Me: A Book of Remembrance [Part Two]. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. May 1915, pp. 24-46.
Anonymous>. Me: A Book of Remembrance [Part Three]. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. June 1915, pp. 275-296.
Anonymous. Me: A Book of Remembrance [Part Four]. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. July 1915, pp. 408-432.
Anonymous. Me: A Book of Remembrance [Part Five]. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Aug. 1915, pp. 557-578.
Anonymous. Me: A Book of Remembrance. New York, Century Company, 1915.

Memories

Reeve, Winifred (Watanna, Onoto). “Memories.” Calgary Herald, 17 June 1922, p. 23.

Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum

Watanna, Onoto. “Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum.” Illustrated by Harry Townsend. Ladies’ Home Journal, Aug. 1903, pp. 11-12.

Miss Numè of Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “Miss Numè of Japan [Author Commentary].” Book News, May 1899, pp. 487-88.

Miss Numè of Japan

Watanna, Onoto. Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance. Chicago, Rand McNally, 1899.

Miss Perfume

Watanna, Onoto. “Miss Perfume.” Smart Set, Apr. 1902, pp. 79-84.

Miss Spring-Morning

Watanna, Onoto. Miss Spring-Morning. Blue Book, Jan. 1915, pp. 666-720.

Movie Madness

Reeve, Winifred. “Movie Madness [Part 1].” Illustrated by Edward Butler. Screen Secrets, Feb. 1930, pp. 56-58, 105-106.
Reeve, Winifred. “Movie Madness [Part 2].” Illustrated by Edward Butler. Screen Secrets, Mar. 1930, pp. 58-59, 104-105.
Reeve, Winifred. “Movie Madness [Part 3].” Illustrated by Edward Butler. Screen Secrets, Apr. 1930, pp. 72-73, 105.
Reeve, Winnifred Eaton. “Movie Madness.” MS in five parts. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 1930, 4.1.

Natsu-Sanl

Watanna, Onoto. “Natsu-San.” Illustrated by Frederick McCormick. Woman’s Home Companion, Mar. 1899, p. 6.

Natsu-san

Watanna, Onoto. “Natsu-san.” Washington Times, 6 Aug. 1902, p. 6.

New Year’s Day in Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “New Year’s Day in Japan.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Jan. 1900, pp. 283-86.

Ochika-San

Watanna, Onoto. “Ochika-San.” Illustrated by Karl J. Anderson. Woman’s Home Companion, Nov. 1906, pp. 20-21.

Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter

Watanna, Onoto. “Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter.” American Home Journal, Mar. 1898, pp. 142-44.

Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own

Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 1]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 Feb. 1919, pp. 138-40.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 2]. Farm and Ranch Review, 20 Feb. 1919, 202.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 3]. Farm and Ranch Review, 20 Mar. 1919, pp. 331-334.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 4]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 Apr. 1919, p. 406.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 5]. Farm and Ranch Review, 21 Apr. 1919, 486.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 6]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 May 1919, n.p.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 7]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 June 1919, p. 662.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 8]. Farm and Ranch Review, 20 June 1919, n.p.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 9]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 July 1919, p. 747.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 10]. Farm and Ranch Review, 21 July 1919, n.p.
Watanna, Onoto. Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 11]. Farm and Ranch Review, 5 Aug. 1919, p. 889.

Ourang

Reeve, Winnifred, and Isadore Bernstein. Ourang [continuity, adaptation and dialogue]. Universal Studios, 1931. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.41.

Plain Pig

Reeve, Winnifred. “Plain Pig.” Calgary Herald, 30 Sept. 1921, p. 27.

Plenty of Opportunity for Men in Alberta If They Will Go on the Land

Reeve, Mrs. Francis. “Plenty of Opportunity for Men in Alberta If They Will Go on the Land.” Calgary Herald, 19 Jan. 1924, p. 7.

Prince Sagaritsu’s Patriotism: A Story of the Japo-Chinese War

Watanna, Onoto. “Prince Sagaritsu’s Patriotism: A Story of the Japo-Chinese War.” Illustrated by J. E. Dean. American Home Journal, Feb. 1898, pp. 107, 126.

Ropes

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton with Wilbur Daniel Steel. Ropes [adaptation, screen story and dialogue] (released as Undertow). Universal Studios, 1930, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 11.7-11.8.

Rose Marie

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton. Rose Marie. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 1927-09-01, Margaret Herrick Library, 1613 1-7..

Royal and Titled Ranchers in Alberta

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton. “Royal and Titled Ranchers in Alberta.” Montreal Daily Star, 30 Aug. 1924, 2nd Section, p. 1.

Second Honeymoon

Anonymous, The Author of Me, Marion and Diary of Delia. “Second Honeymoon.” 1932, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.8.

Shanghai Lady

Reeve, Winnifred, with Houston Branch, adapted from John Colton play Drifting. Shanghai Lady [adaptation, continuity, and dialogue]. Universal Studios, 1929. ms. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds 5.8 or 11.3.

Shizu’s New Year’s Present

Watanna, Onoto. “Shizu’s New Year’s Present.” Illustrated by Louis Betts. Conkey’s Home Journal, Jan. 1899, pp. 4-5.

Sinners

Watanna, Onoto. .“Sinners.” ms., 1920, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 9.19.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sinners [Part 1].” Illustrated by L. A. C. Panton, New Magazine, 1920, pp. 13, 15, 118, 120.

Sins of the Fathers

Reeve, Winnifred. “Sins of the Fathers.” 1936. ms. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.8.

Sneer Not

Eaton, Winnifred. “Sneer Not.” Gall’s Daily News Letter, 10 Mar. 1896.

Some Motorists Are Not as Popular with the Farmers as Many of Them Think

Reeve, Winnifred. “Some Motorists Are Not as Popular with the Farmers as Many of Them Think.” Calgary Herald, 22 Oct. 1921, p. 28.

Starving and Writing in New York

Watanna, Onoto. “Starving and Writing in New York.” MacLean’s Magazine, 15 Oct. 1922, pp. 66-67.
Watanna, Onoto. “Hard Times in New York for Struggling Writers.” Calgary Herald, 24 June 1922, p. 18.
Watanna, Onoto (Mrs. Winnifred Reeve). “First Appearance in New York City.” Montreal Gazette, 19 November 1921, p. 25.
Watana, Onoto (Mrs. Winnifred Reeve). “Visiting New York.” Saskatoon Daily Star, 06 December 1921, p. 25.
Watanna, Onoto (Mrs. Winnifred Reeve). “My First Appearance in New York City.” Calgary Daily Herald, 16 Nov. 1921, p. 17.

Sunny-San

Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 1].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 27, Feb. 1922, pp. 328-350.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 2].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 28, Mar. 1922, pp. 425-435.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 3].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 29, Apr. 1922, pp. 510–520.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 4].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 30, May 1922, pp. 569–582.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 5].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 31, June 1922.
Watanna, Onoto. “Sunny-San [Part 6].” Sovereign Magazine, vol. 4, no. 32, July 1922, pp. 193-201.
Watanna, Onoto. Sunny-San, McClelland and Stewart, 1922.

Tama

Watanna, Onoto. Tama. Illustrated by Genjiro Kataoka. Harper and Brothers, 1910.

Taro

Watanna, Onoto. “Taro.” The Chicago Magazine, 1899–1900, pp. 99-102. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 16.1.

The Betrothal of Otoyo

Watanna, Onoto. “The Betrothal of Otoyo.” Smart Set, Dec. 1900, pp. 95-98.

The Bride of Yonejiro

Watanna, Onoto. “The Bride of Yonejiro.” Metropolitan Magazine, May 1902, pp. 603-07.

The Canadian Spirit in our Literature

Reeve, Winnifred (Onoto Watanna). “The Canadian Spirit in our Literature.” Calgary Daily Herald, 24 Mar. 1923, p. 11.
Reeve, Winnifred (Onoto Watanna). “Canada’s Loss of Many Of Best Authors Proves Little Short of Calamity.” Edmonton Journal, 03 Mar. 1923, pp. 2, 5.

The Claw

Reeve, Winnifred The Claw [adaptation]. Universal Studios, 1927. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.8.1-5.8.2.

The Come on Girl

Reeve, Winnifred, with Edward T. Lowe. The Come on Girl [screen story, adaptation and dialogue]. Universal Studios, 1929.

The Diary of Delia

Watanna, Onoto. The Diary of Delia: Including Her Experiences in General Housework and Her Personal Reflections Upon Certain Persons in High Places [Part 1]. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. Saturday Evening Post, 23 Feb. 1907, pp. 3-5.
Watanna, Onoto. The Diary of Delia: Being a Veracious Chronicle of the Kitchen with Some Side-Lights on the Parlor [Part 2]. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. Saturday Evening Post, 2 Mar. 1907, pp. 13-15, 30-32.
Watanna, Onoto. The Diary of Delia: Being a Veracious Chronicle of the Kitchen with Some Side-Lights on the Parlor [Part 3]. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. Saturday Evening Post, 9 Mar. 1907, pp. 12-13, 24-26.
Watanna, Onoto. The Diary of Delia: Being a Veracious Chronicle of the Kitchen with Some Side-Lights on the Parlor [Part 4]. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. Saturday Evening Post, 16 Mar. 1907, pp. 10-12, 24-26.
Watanna, Onoto. The Diary of Delia: Being a Veracious Chronicle of the Kitchen with Some Side-Lights on the Parlour. Illustrated by May Wilson Preston. New York, Doubleday, Page, and Co., 1907.

The Diary of Dewdrop

Watanna, Onoto. “The Diary of Dewdrop.” Smart Set, June 1903, pp. 37-42.

Elmer Clifton

Reeve, Winnifred. “Elmer Clifton.” ms., 1920-1940, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, Box 14

The Flight of Hyacinth

Watanna, Onoto. “The Flight of Hyacinth.” Current Literature, Oct. 1903, pp. 437-40.

The Geisha Girl

Watanna, Onoto. “The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer.” St. Louis Dispatch, 29 Oct. 1899, p. 41.
Watanna, Onoto. “The Geisha Girl.” Woman’s Home Companion, Nov. 1899, p. 5.

The Half Caste

Watanna, Onoto. “The Half Caste.” Illustrated by Alfred S. Campbell. Conkey’s Home Journal, Nov. 1898, p. 10.

The Happy Lot of Japanese Women: Educated, Modest and Gentle, Their Home Life Full of Charm, While They Exercise a Quiet Influence in the Nation’s Progress

Watanna, Onoto. “The Happy Lot of Japanese Women, Educated, Modest and Gentle, Their Home Life Full of Charm, While They Exercise a Quiet Influence in the Nation’s Progress.” Metropolitan Magazine, Feb. 1902, pp. 231-37.

The Heart of Hyacinth

Watanna, Onoto. The Heart of Hyacinth. Illustrated by Kiyokichi Sano. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1903.

The Honorable Miss Moonlight

Watanna, Onoto. The Honorable Miss Moonlight. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1912.

The Japanese Drama and the Actor

Watanna, Onoto. “The Japanese Drama and the Actor.” Critic, Sept. 1902, pp. 231-37.

A Japanese Girl

Watanna, Onoto. “A Japanese Girl.” Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, 8 Nov. 1896, p. 27.

The Japanese in America

Watanna, Onoto. “The Japanese in America.” Eclectic Magazine, Feb. 1907, pp. 100-104.

The Japanese in New York

Watanna, Onoto. “The Japanese in New York.” New Metropolitan Magazine, Jan. 1902, pp. 51-55.

The Life of a Japanese Girl

Watanna, Onoto. “The Life of a Japanese Girl.” Ladies’ Home Journal, Apr. 1899, p. 7.

The Little Geisha

Watanna, Onoto. “The Little Geisha.” The Spanish Fork Press, 17 May 1906, p. 5.

The Little Journal of Miss Spring

Watanna, Onoto. “The Little Journal of Miss Spring.” Illustrated by M. McKinlay. Hutchinson’s Magazine, Sept. 1922, pp. 300-305.

The Little Shoe

Eaton, Winnifred. “The Little Shoe.” ms., 1900–1901, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 9.11.

The Love of a Geisha Girl

Watanna, Onoto. “The Love of a Geisha Girl.” Woman’s Home Companion, July 1902, pp. 16.

The Love of Azalea

Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea [Part 1] , Bookman, 19 Aug. 1904, pp. 583-95.
Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea [Part 2], Bookman, 20 Sept. 1904, pp. 65-79.
Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea [Part 3], Bookman, 21 Oct. 1904, pp. 161-68.
Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea. Toronto, Musson, 1904.
Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea. Illustrated by Gazo Foudji. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1904.
Watanna, Onoto. The Love of Azalea. New York, A. L. Burt, 1904.

The Loves of Sakura Jiro and the Three Headed Maid

Watanna, Onoto. “The Loves of Sakura Jiro and the Three Headed Maid.” Illustrated by John Cecil Clay and A. de Ford Pitney. Century Magazine, Mar. 1903, pp. 755-60.

The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san: The Little Joke on Mrs. Tom and Mr. Middleton

Watanna, Onoto. “The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san: The Little Joke on Mrs. Tom and Mr. Middleton.” Illustrated by Gustavus C. Widney. Saturday Evening Post, 25 Jan. 1908, pp. 9-11, 22.

The Marriage of Jinyo

Watanna, Onoto. “The Marriage of Jinyo.” Red Book Magazine, Feb. 1910, pp. 740-44.

The Marriage of Okiku-San

Watanna, Onoto. “The Marriage of Okiku-San.” Red Book Magazine, June 1910, pp. 254-63.
Watanna, Onoto. “The Marriage of Okiku-San.” San Francisco Call, 16 Apr. 1911, p. 41.

The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan.” Woman’s Home Companion, June 1904, pp. 16.

The Mississippi Gambler

Reeve, Winnifred with H.H. Van Loan. The Mississippi Gambler [dialogue], Barker, Reginald, dir. Universal Studios, 1929.

Motor Hoboes

Reeve, Winnifred. “Motor Hoboes.” ms., 1920-1921, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, Box 14

The Old Jinrikisha

Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 1]. Illustrated by John C. Gilbert. Conkey’s Home Journal, Feb. 1900, pp. 1-2.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 2]. Illustrated by John C. Gilbert. Conkey’s Home Journal, Mar. 1900, pp. 5-6.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 3]. Illustrated by John C. Gilbert. Conkey’s Home Journal, Apr. 1900, pp. 9, 29.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 4]. Illustrated by John C. Gilbert. Conkey’s Home Journal, May 1900, p. 4.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 5]. Conkey’s Home Journal, June 1900, pp. 12-13.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 6]. Conkey’s Home Journal, July 1900, pp. 9, 12.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 7]. Illustrated by Charles A. Cox. Conkey’s Home Journal, Aug. 1900, pp. 7-8, 12.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 8]. Illustrated by Charles A. Cox. Conkey’s Home Journal, Sept. 1900, pp. 7-8.
Watanna, Onoto. The Old Jinrikisha [Part 9]. Illustrated by Charles A. Cox. Conkey’s Home Journal, Oct. 1900, pp. 8-9.

The Pot of Paint

Watanna, Onoto. “The Pot of Paint.” Illustrated by Genjiro Yeto. Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, Feb. 1902, pp. 414-24.

Statement by Mrs. Winnifred Reeve

Reeve, Winnifred. “Statement.” Canadian Bookman, May 1924, pp. 118.

The Story of Ido: How a Japanese Half-Caste Came to His Own

Watanna, Onoto. “The Story of Ido: How a Japanese Half-Caste Came into His Own.” Illustrated by Louis Betts. Conkey’s Home Journal, Aug. 1899, pp. 7-8, 28.

The Wickedness of Matsu

Watanna, Onoto. “The Wickedness of Matsu.” Smart Set, May 1900, pp. 137-40.

The Wife of Shimadzu

Watanna, Onoto. “The Wife of Shimadzu.” Smart Set, May 1902, pp. 141-47.

Gloria’s Romance

Winifred Reeve Rupert Hughes and Mrs. Rupert Hughes. Gloria’s Romance [revisions]. May 1916.

False Kisses

Winifred Reeve and Wallace Clifton False Kisses [adaptation]. Scardon, Paul, dir. Universal Studios. 1921.

Showboat

Winnifred Reeve. Showboat [adaptation]. Universal Studios. 1929.

Phantom of the Opera

Winnifred Eaton Reeve. Phantom of the Opera [adaptation]. Julian, Rupert, dir. Universal Studios. Jan. 1925.

The Wooing of Wistaria

Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7–9). Los Angeles Herald, 17 Dec. 1905.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12). Los Angeles Herald, 25 Dec. 1905.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16). Los Angeles Herald, 1 Jan. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19). Los Angeles Herald, 8 Jan. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22). Los Angeles Herald, 15 Jan. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26). Los Angeles Herald, 22 Jan. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29). Los Angeles Herald, 29 Jan. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33). Los Angeles Herald, 5 Feb. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37). Los Angeles Herald, 12 Feb. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39). Los Angeles Herald, 19 Feb. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42). Los Angeles Herald, 26 Feb. 1906.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria. New York, Macmillan, 1902.
Watanna, Onoto. The Wooing of Wistaria. New York, Harper and Bros., 1902.

The Wrench of Chance

Watanna, Onoto. “The Wrench of Chance [Part 1].” Illustrated by Lee Woodward Zeigler. Harper’s Weekly, 20 Oct. 1906, pp. 1494-96, 1515.
Watanna, Onoto. “The Wrench of Chance [Part 2].” Illustrated by Lee Woodward Zeigler. Harper’s Weekly, 27 Oct. 1906, pp. 1531-33.

Three Loves

Eaton, Winnifred. “Three Loves.” The Puritan, Jan. 1901, pp. 645-650.
Watanna, Onoto. “Three Loves.” Illustrated by Charles Horell. Lady’s Magazine [England], July 1902, pp. 266-273.

Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan

Watanna, Onoto. “Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan.” Red Book Magazine, May 1911, pp. 49-57.

Two Converts

Watanna, Onoto. “Two Converts.” Harper’s Monthly, Sept. 1901, pp. 585-89.

Undertow

Reeve, Winifred and Edward T. Lowe, Jr.. Undertow [adaptation and dialogue]. Universal Studios, 1930.

Visiting Mlle. Butterfly

Watanna, Onoto. “Visiting Mlle. Butterfly.” The Columbian Magazine, Sept. 1911, pp. 1171-1180.

What Happened to Hayakawa: This Japanese Gentleman Reveals Why He Forsook the American Screen

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton (Watanna, Onoto). “What Happened to Hayakawa: This Japanese Gentleman Reveals Why He Forsook the American Screen.” Motion Picture Magazine, Jan. 1929, pp. 33, 90-91.

What Men Want

Reeve, Winnifred in collaboration with Robert Wheeler or Wyler. What Men Want [adaptation of Warner Fabian magazine story], Universal Studios, 1930. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.74.

Where the Young Look Forward to Old Age

Watanna, Onoto. “Where the Young Look Forward to Old Age.” Ladies’ Home Journal, Feb. 1899, p. 8.

Wild Rose

Reeve, Winnifred. Wild Rose [adaptation]. Universal Studios, 1917-1935.

Willard Mack to Collaborate With Mrs. Frances Reeve

Reeve, Mrs. Frances. “Willard Mack to Collaborate With Mrs. Frances Reeve.” Calgary Herald, 14 Sept. 1921, p. 4.

Writer Tells How She Came to Write “Cattle”

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton. “Writer Tells How She Came to Write Cattle.” Calgary Herald, 20 Dec. 1923, p. 4.
Reeve, Winnifred Eaton (Onota Watanna). “How I Came to Write Cattle.” Edmonton Journal, 8 Dec. 1923, p. 20.

Young Desire

Reeve, Winifred and Matt Taylor. Young Desire [adaptation and dialogue], Universal Studios, 1930.

Yoshida Yone, Lover

Watanna, Onoto. “Yoshida Yone, Lover.” Smart Set, Feb. 1902, pp. 133-38.
Watanna, Onoto. “Yosheda Yone, Lover.” The Canterbury, NZ Press, 25 Nov. 1902, p. 11439.

You Can’t Run Away from Yourself

Reeve, Winnifred Eaton (Watanna, Onoto). “You Can’t Run Away from Yourself.” ms., 1925-1930. Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 3.2.5.

The Girl and the Rainbow

Anonymous. “The Girl and the Rainbow.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.8.1.

Carlile MacCartney

Anonymous. “Carlile MacCartney.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 4.12.

Un Peu D’Amour

Anonymous. “Un Peu D’Amour.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 4.13.

Man From Canada

Anonymous. “Man From Canada.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.1.1.

Indian Summer

Anonymous. “Indian Summer.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.4

King’s Daughter

Anonymous. “King’s Daughter.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.5.

Gipsy

Anonymous. “Gipsy.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.6.

In the Castle of Hikone

Anonymous. “In the Castle of Hikone.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 5.7.

Hanz Schwartz

Anonymous. “Hans Schwartz.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.1.

Hi-Jack

Anonymous. “Hi-Jack.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.3.

The Other Woman

Anonymous. “The Other Woman.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.6.

Marie-Anne

Anonymous. “Marie-Anne.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.7.

Imperial Road

Anonymous. “Imperial Road.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.9.

Man From Alberta

Anonymous. “Man From Alberta.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.10.

New York Days

Anonymous. “New York Days.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.11.

Janet’s Family

Anonymous. “Janet’s Family.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.13.

Brides Will Be Brides

Anonymous. “Brides Will Be Brides.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.4.

Hetty

Anonymous. “Hetty.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.16.

Our Late Hired Man

Anonymous. “Our Late Hired Man.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.17.

Tough Girl

Anonymous. “Tough Girl.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 6.18.

McCoy

Anonymous. “McCoy.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 11.6.

Charity

Anonymous. “Charity.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.5.

Happiness Preferred

Anonymous. “Happiness Preferred.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.6.

Cowboy Racket

Anonymous. “Cowboy Racket.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.9.

World’s Darling

Anonymous. “World’s Darling.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.10.

The Hold Up

Anonymous. “The Hold Up.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.11.

Relatively Speaking

Anonymous. “Relatively Speaking.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.12.

When Christmas Came to Fukui

Anonymous. “When Christmas Came to Fukui.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.13.

Boom City

Anonymous. “Boom City.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.14.

Pale Hands I Loved

Anonymous. “Pale Hands I Loved.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.16-18.

Roofs

Anonymous. “Roofs.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.1-8.2.

Beautifullest One

Anonymous. “Beautifullest One.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.3.

Leave It To Me

Anonymous. “Leave It To Me.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.5.

Old California

Anonymous. “Old California.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.6.

Singing Bandit

Anonymous. “Singing Bandit.” ms., 1937, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.6.

Colette

Anonymous. “Colette.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.7-8.8.

Busman’s Holiday

Anonymous. “Busman’s Holiday.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.9.

Scarlet Lily

Anonymous. “Scarlet Lily.” ms., 1923, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.10.

Hollywood Melody

Anonymous. “Hollywood Melody.” ms., 1931, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds.

Five Thousand Dollar Reward

Anonymous. “Five Thousand Dollar Reward.” ms., 1918, Universal Studios, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 8.23.

Idol of Paris

Anonymous. “Idol of Paris.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds.

How They Cast

Anonymous. “How They Cast.” ms., 1917-1935, Motion Picture Classic, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 18.1.

Bad Penny

Anonymous. “Bad Penny.” ms., 1923-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 10.2.

Savage in Silks

Anonymous. “Savage in Silks.” ms., 1917-1926, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.18.

Blood Will Tell

Anonymous. “Blood Will Tell.” ms., 1928, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.13

Gallegher

Anonymous. “Gallegher.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 10.9.

Prince of Hearts

Anonymous. “Prince of Hearts.” ms., 1929, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.11.

Texas Rangers

Anonymous. “Texas Rangers.” ms., 1936, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 12.11.

Wild Seed

Anonymous. “Wild seed.” ms., 1923-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 7.3.

Love Me, Love My Dog

Anonymous. “Love Me, Love My Dog.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 10.10.

Oregon Trail

Anonymous. “Oregon Trail.” ms., 1917-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 11.15.

The Wallop

Anonymous. “The Wallop.” ms., 1921, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 10.8.

The Little Theatre Movement

Winnifred Reeve. “The Little Theatre Movement.” 1923-1935, Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds, 13.9.

Some Lesser Known Authors of Alberta

Winnifred Reeve. “Some Lesser Known Authors of Alberta.” Calgary Herald, 13 Oct 1923, p. 52.

Canadian Authors: Garvin

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Canadian Authors.” Morning Albertan, 5 Jan 1924, p. 4, 14.

Canadian Authors: Dennison

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Canadian Authors.” Morning Albertan, 9 Jan 1924, p. 4.

Canadian Authors: Carman

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred. “Canadian Authors.” Morning Albertan, 13 Feb 1924, p. 4.

Mrs. Reeve Replies

Reeve, Winnifred. “Mrs. Reeve Replies.” Farmer’s Advocate and Home Journal, 27 Nov. 1918, vol. 53, p. 1869–1870.

Drama of the People, for the People, by the People

“Drama of the People, for the People, by the People.” Morning Albertan, 25 Jan 1924, p. 7.

[“I am not a ‘new woman’]

“[I am not a ‘new woman.’ The Phonographic Magazine, vol. 12, no. 1, Jan 1898, p. 8.

[“London Town”]

Reeves, Winnifred. “London Town.” Alberta Poetry Year Book 1930Edmonton, Canadian Authors Association, 1930, 29.

To Poets

Reeves, Winnifred. “To Poets.” Alberta Poetry Year Book 1930Edmonton, Canadian Authors Association, 1930, 30.

Little Theatre Movement Aims to Encourage Talent of Every Kind and Sort

“Little Theatre Movement Aims to Encourage Talent of Every Kind and Sort.” Calgary Herald, 25 Jan 1924, p. 13.

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Ihara, Rachel. “Gentlemen Publishers and Lady Readers: Winnifred Eaton’s Negotiations with the Literary Marketplace.” Popular Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and the Literary Marketplace, edited by Earl Yarington, and Mary De Jong. Cambridge Scholars, 2007. https://www.cambridgescholars.com/popular-nineteenth-century-american-women-writers-and-the-literary-marketplace-14
Lee, Katherine H. “The Poetics of Liminality and Misidentification: Winnifred Eaton’s Me and Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior.” Studies in the Literary Imagination, vol. 37, no. 1, 2004, pp. 17-33. https://www.questia.com/library/p2303/studies-in-the-literary-imagination/i2629657/vol-37-no-1-spring
Lee, Katherine H. “The Poetics of Liminality and Misidentification: Winnifred Eaton’s Me and Maxine Hong Kingston’s the Woman Warrior.” Transnational Asian American Literature: Sites and Transits, edited by Shirley G. Lim, et al. Temple UP, 2006. http://tupress.temple.edu/book/0043
Lim, Shirley G. “Sibling Hybridities: The Case of Edith Eaton/Sui Sin Far and Winnifred Eaton/Onoto Watanna.” Life Writing, vol. 4, no. 1, 2007, pp. 81-99. https://tandfonline.com/toc/rlwr20/4/1?nav=tocList&
Ling, Amy. “Winnifred Eaton: Ethnic Chameleon and Popular Success.” MELUS, vol. 11, no. 3, 1984, pp. 5-15. https://academic.oup.com/melus/issue/11/3
Matsukawa, Yuko. “Onoto Watanna’s Japanese Collaborators and Commentators.” The Japanese Journal of American Studies, 2005, pp. 31-53 http://www.jaas.gr.jp/2012/11/no0162005-the-pacific-and-america.html
Moser, Linda Trinh and Elizabeth Rooney. “Introduction.” “A Half Caste” and Other Writings, by Onoto Watanna, U of Illinois P, 2003. pp. xi-xxii https://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/45nyf8kp9780252027826.html
Moser, Linda Trinh. “Afterword.” Me: A Book of Remembrance, by Winnifred Eaton, UP of Mississippi, 1997. pp. 357-372 https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/M/Me2
Murphy, Gretchen. “How the Irish Became Japanese: Winnifred Eaton’s Racial Reconstructions in a Transnational Context.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography, vol. 79, no. 1, 2007, pp. 29-56. https://read.dukeupress.edu/american-literature/issue/79/1
Najmi, Samina. “White Woman in Asia: Racial Fluidity as Rebellion in Onoto Watanna’s The Heart of Hyacinth.” Navigating Islands and Continents: Conversations and Contestations in and around the Pacific: Selected Essays, edited by Ruth Hsu, Cynthia Franklin, and Suzanne Kosanke. University of Hawaii P, with East-West Center, 2000. https://uhpress.hawaii.edu/title/navigating-islands-and-continents-conversations-and-contestations-in-and-around-the-pacific/
Oishi, Eve. “‘High-Class Fakery’: Race, Sex, and Class in the Screenwriting of Winnifred Eaton (1925-1931).” Quarterly Review of Film and Video, vol. 23, no. 1, 2006, pp. 23-36. https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/gqrf20/23/1?nav=tocList
Ouyang, Huining. “Ambivalent Passages: Racial and Cultural Crossings in Onoto Watanna’s The Heart of Hyacinth.” MELUS, vol. 34, no. 1, 2009, pp. 211-229. https://academic.oup.com/melus/issue/34/1
Ouyang, Huining. “Behind the Mask of Coquetry: The Trickster Narrative in Miss Numé of Japan: A Japanese-American Romance.” Doubled Plots: Romance and History, edited by Susan Strehle and Mary P. Carden. UP of Mississippi, 2003. https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/D/Doubled-Plots
Ouyang, Huining. “Rewriting the Butterfly Story: Tricksterism in Onoto Watanna’s A Japanese Nightingale and Sui Sin Far’s ‘The Smuggling of Tie Co.’.” Alternative Rhetorics: Challenges to the Rhetorical Tradition, edited by Laura Gray-Rosendale, and Sibylle Gruber. State U of New York P, 2001. https://www.sunypress.edu/p-3366-alternative-rhetorics.aspx
Poulsen, Melissa E. “American Orientalism and Cosmopolitan Mixed Race: Early Asian American Mixed Race in the American Literary Imagination/American Orientalism & Cosmopolitan Mixed Race: Reading Onoto Watanna and Han Suyin’s Asian Mixed Race.” Asian American Literature: Discourse & Pedagogies, vol. 3, 2012, pp. 5-13. http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/aaldp/vol3/iss1/
Roh-Spaulding, Carol. “Beyond Biraciality: ‘Race’ as Process in the Work of Edith Eaton/Sui Sin Far and Winnifred Eaton/Onoto Watanna.” Asian American Literature in the International Context Readings on Fiction, Poetry, and Performance, edited by Rocío G. Davis, and Sämi Ludwig. Lit, 2002. https://www.lit-verlag.de/publikationen/anglistikamerikanistik/57952/asian-american-literature-in-the-international-context
Shea, Pat. “Winnifred Eaton and the Politics of Miscegenation in Popular Fiction.” MELUS, vol. 22, no. 2, 1997, pp. 19-32. https://academic.oup.com/melus/issue/22/2
Sheffer, Jolie A. “‘Citizen Sure Thing’ Or ‘Jus’ Foreigner’? Half-Caste Citizenship and the Family Romance in Onoto Watanna’s Orientalist Fiction.” Journal of Asian American Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, 2010, pp. 81-105. http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/19605
Sheffer, Jolie A. The Romance of Race: Incest, Miscegenation, and Multiculturalism in the U. S., 1880-1930. Rutgers UP, 2013. https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/the-romance-of-race/9780813554648
Shih, David. “The Self and Generic Convention: Winnifred Eaton’s Me, a Book of Remembrance.” Recovered Legacies: Authority and Identity in Early Asian American Literature, edited by Keith Lawrence, and Floyd Cheung. Temple UP, 2005. http://tupress.temple.edu/book/0214
Skinazi, Karen E. H. ‘As to Her Race, its Secret is Loudly Revealed’: Winnifred Eaton’s Revision of North American Identity.” MELUS, vol. 32, no. 2, 2007, pp. 31-53. https://academic.oup.com/melus/issue/32/2
Skinazi, Karen E. H.. “Introduction.” Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model, by Onoto Watanna, McGill-Queen’s UP, 2012. pp. v-xcix https://www.mqup.ca/marion-products-9780773539624.php
Takeda, Katsuhiko. “Onoto Watanna: A Forgotten Writer.” Orient/West, vol. 9, no. 1, 1964, pp. 77-81. https://www.worldcat.org/title/orientwest/oclc/6385213
Teng, Emma J. “The Eaton Sisters and the Figure of the Eurasian.” The Cambridge History of Asian American Literature, edited by Rajini Srikanth, and Min H. Song. Cambridge UP, 2015. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/cambridge-history-of-asian-american-literature/79B3EC38CFAE524B2ECA286AEBDB056F
Ueki, Teruyo. “Chugokukei Bungaku Ni Miru Jiden no Keifu: Iton Shimai O Chushin Ni.” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation, vol. 143, no. 10, 1997. https://ndlonline.ndl.go.jp/#!/detail/R300000003-I4435694-00
White-Parks, Annette. Sui Sin Far/Edith Maude Eaton: A Literary Biography. U of Illinois P, 1995. https://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/34rwn8pt9780252021138.html
Woo, Miseong. “Onoto Watanna’s A Japanese Nightingale: Shifting Identities of the Pioneer Asian American Woman Writer.” Feminist Studies in English Literature, vol. 10, no. 2, 2002, pp. 331-53. https://fsel.jams.or.kr/jams/download/KCI_FI000889771.pdf
Woo, Miseong. “The Pioneer Writers of Asian Descent and America’s Early Literary Encounter with East Asia: Edith Eaton’s Mrs. Spring Fragrance and Winnifred Eaton’s A Japanese Nightingale.” Situations: Cultural Studies in Asian Context, vol. 7, no. 1, 2013, pp. 63-80. http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr/main.php
Campbell, Donna. “Performing Irishness in Western Women’s Regionalism: Winnifred Eaton (Onoto Watanna), Annie Batterman Lindsay, and Mary Hallock Foote.” Ireland, Irish America, and Work, edited by Donna L. Potts and Amy L. May. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, pp. 125-137. https://www.cambridgescholars.com/ireland-irish-america-and-work

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People Mentioned

Mary Chapman

Mary Chapman is the Director of The Winnifred Eaton Archive, a Professor of English, and Academic Director of the Public Humanities Hub at University of British Columbia. She is the author of the award-winning monograph Making Noise, Making News: Suffrage Print Culture and US Modernism (Oxford UP) and of numerous articles about American literature and women writers. She has also edited Becoming Sui Sin Far: Early Fiction, Journalism and Travel Writing by Edith Maude Eaton (McGill-Queen’s UP) and published essays on the Eaton sisters in American Quarterly, MELUS, Legacy, Canadian Literature, and American Periodicals. Her current research project is a microhistory of the Eaton family. For more information, see http://faculty.arts.ubc.ca/mchapman/.

Joey Takeda

Joey Takeda is the Technical Director of The Winnifred Eaton Archive and a Developer at Simon Fraser University’s Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (DHIL). He is a graduate of the M.A. program in English at the University of British Columbia where he specialized in Indigenous and diasporic literature, science and technology studies, and the digital humanities.

Winnifred Eaton

  • Born: August 21, 1875
  • Died: April 08, 1954
See the Biographical Timeline for biographical information on Winnifred Eaton.

Louis Betts

  • Born: 1873
  • Died: 1961
Louis Betts (1873-1961), born in Little Rock, Arkansas, was a renowned and decorated American portrait painter particularly active in the Chicago and New York City art scenes. Beginning his career as an illustrator, he completed work for Charles Eugene Banks in his book Child of the Sun, in addition to his illustrations for several of Onoto Watanna’s works. Louis Betts’ honours included a $5,000 Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts prize and a $3,000 travelling scholarship awarded by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts for travel in Europe.
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Alfred S. Campbell

  • Born: 1840
  • Died: 1912
Alfred S. Campbell (1840-1912), who immigrated to the United States from England in the late 1860’s, founded the Alfred S. Campbell Art Company in 1871 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. The company went on to include reproductions, photographs, and illustrations. In addition to being an entrepreneur, illustrator, and photographer, Campbell also was an inventor and held numerous patents, which included inventing a panoramic lens and patenting a method for photography printing on platinum.
Written by Isobel Gibson

C. Allan Gilbert

  • Born: 1873
  • Died: 1929
Charles Allan Gilbert (1873 - 1929) was a prolific, talented, American illustrator, animator, and artist best known for his 1892 illusionist drawing All is Vanity. Gilbert studied at the Art Students’ League in New York and Academie Julian in Paris before opening a studio in New York. Gilbert created illustrations for advertisements, magazines (including The Saturday Evening Post, Scribner’s, and Harper’s), calendars, and novels (including Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence). Gilbert is credited as the inventor of cartoons for the screen. He also designed posters in the First World War and worked as a camouflage artist for the US. Shipping Board during this time.
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Margaret Fernie Eaton

  • Born: 1871
  • Died: 1953?
Margaret Fernie Eaton (1871-1953?) worked primarily in pyrography and watercolor. She was born in England but immigrated to the United States in 1905, settling in Brooklyn, New York, for the majority of her career. Eaton studied at the Adelphi Academy and won several prizes for her work there. In Spring 1895, Eaton spent four months in Brockville, Canada, at a camp with friends where she completed a number of pieces, highlighted in an extensive interview in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Eaton became a member of the New York Watercolor Club; additionally, her work with pyrography advanced the style in the early 1900’s.
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Illustrator

John C. Gilbert

  • Died: 1905
John Clithero Gilbert (?-1905) was a Chicago-based illustrator best known for illustrating Harold Bell Wright’s 1902 novel The Printer of Udell’s and William Hawley Smith’s 1904 science fiction novel The Promoters: A Novel Without a Woman.

Organizations Mentioned

Rand, McNally

American publishing company based in Illinois; best known for its maps and travel books. Also published children’s books beginning in 1900.
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Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly

First published in 1876, this monthly magazine focused on popular literature. Renamed Leslie’s Monthly Magazine in 1904, and Leslie’s Magazine in 1905. Ceased publication in 1956.
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Ainslee’s

American monthly journal that was in circulation from February 1898 to December 1926. Based in New York. Contents largely consisted of popular fiction and entertainment. Succeeded the Yellow Book/Yellow Kid magazine. Was later absorbed into Far West Illustrated magazine and briefly revived in the mid-1930s as Ainslee’s Smart Love Stories.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Canadian Bookman

Initially a quarterly journal when founded in 1919, later a monthly journal from 1922 until it ceased publication in 1939. Published by St. Anne de Bellevue, P.Q: Industrial and Educational Press Limited. Merged with Canadian Author in 1940 to form Canadian Author and Bookman.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Redbook

Still in publication today, Redbook is an American women’s magazine first published in 1903.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Woman’s Home Companion

American women’s magazine published from 1896 until 1957. Prior to 1896, the magazine was called the Ladies’ Home Companion, but the name was changed to distance the publication from Ladies’ Home Journal, their rival publication.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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American Youth

Weekly organ of Chicago Waifs Mission, edited by Susan Gibbons Duval (1837-1920). Published Hamlin Garlin and other popular authors.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Winnifred Eaton Reeve Fonds

Collection of Winnifred Eaton’s papers and unpublished manuscripts, which were transferred to the University of Calgary in 1982. The finding aid for this material is located here: https://searcharchives.ucalgary.ca/winnifred-eaton-reeve-fonds
Written by Joey Takeda

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Smith’s Magazine

Fiction magazine in print from 1905-1922. Published in New York by Smith Publishing House on a monthly basis.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Good Housekeeping

Originated in Massachusetts in 1885, later moved to New York City. In addition to publishing columns on housekeeping, the women’s magazine published the works of famous writers like Waugh and Woolf. Eaton’s sister, Edith Eaton (using the pseudonym “Sui Sin Far”) was also published in the magazine. Still published today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Christian-Science Monitor

First print edition published in 1908; now a daily online newspaper that publishes on a variety of topics. Headquartered in Boston.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Albertan

Also known as the Calgary Albertan. First established as the Calgary Tribune in 1886. Would be called variations of the Albertan from 1899 until 1980. Had a variety of names until the newspaper was sold to the Toronto Sun Publishing Corporation and renamed the Calgary Sun in 1980.
Written by Samantha Bowen, Joey Takeda, and Mary Chapman

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Lippincott’s Magazine

Monthly magazine focused on publishing literature and science-related materials from 1868 until its absorption into Scribner’s Magazine in 1915. Initially published in Philadelphia, before being relocated to New York in 1915.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Universal

American film studio founded in 1912. Initially located in Chicago, later moved to New York and Hollywood. Eaton assisted with scriptwriting and adaptation on select films.
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True Story Magazine

American magazine first published in 1919 by Bernarr Macfadden; still in print today. Published first-hand accounts of social problems and taboos in a “confessional”-style format.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Motion Picture Magazine

An American movie fan magazine published from 1911 until 1977 under various names. Similarly named Motion Picture Classic Magazine was its sister publication. Headquartered in New York.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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W. J. Watt and Company

New York City-based publishing company.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Musson Book Company

Canadian publisher based in Toronto. Founded in 1894 and was absorbed into General Publishing in the 1960s.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Hutchinson’s Magazine

British publishing company, which published standalone texts and magazines like Hutchinson’s Magazine (1919-1929) and Hutchinson’s Story Magazine (1919-1921). Eaton’s work was published in the former.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Smart Set

New York-based magazine focused on literature and culture; its byline was “a magazine of cleverness.” In print from 1900-1930. Gave many emerging writers the chance to reach a large audience.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Saturday Evening Post

An American general interest magazine first published in 1821 and is still published today. Initially a weekly magazine, now bimonthly.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Quill

Published in Toronto by the Quill Publishing Society. Magazine’s byline was “The Canadian short story magazine.” First issue published in October 1922.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Harper’s Weekly

Began publication in 1857 and ran until 1916 as a political magazine. Today, Harper’s Weekly survives as a blog associated with Harper’s Magazine.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Harper’s Monthly

A monthly magazine publishing literature and commentary published by New York publishers Harper and Brothers. Began publication as Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, before later being named Harper’s Monthly Magazine, and finally Harper’s Magazine. First published in 1850, still published today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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I Confess

American pulp magazine published biweekly from 1922-1932. Aimed at young women.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Puritan

In print from 1897-1901, when it was absorbed by The Junior Munsey. Described as a “journal for gentlewomen.”
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Home and Flowers

Magazine published monthly from 1900-1906; publisher based in Springfield, Ohio. The full title is Home and Flowers: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Home Beautiful.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Anderson Intelligencer [SC]

Newspaper in print from 1860-1916; published at the Anderson Court House in South Carolina. Was also called the Anderson Conservator and the Anderson Daily Intelligencer. Published weekly, delved into politics, literature, news, morals, agriculture, science, and reported on daily events.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Motion Picture Classic Magazine

An American movie fan magazine in print from 1915 until 1937. Headquartered in New York. The sister magazine of Motion Picture Magazine.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Blakely Press

Chicago-based, also known as the Blakely Printing Company. Established in 1871. Company established a newspaper in 1898.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Day Book

Published in Chicago, the Chicago Day Book was published six days a week from 1911-1917. Geared towards the working class and published in a small tabloid format, it was an experiment in advertisement-free newspaper publishing.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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New Metropolitan Magazine

Edited by John Kendrick Bangs from 1903 onwards. Appears to be a renaming of the New York-based Metropolitan Magazine.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Spokane Press

Daily newspaper (Sundays excepted) published in Spokane, Washington from 1902-1939.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Idler

A British illustrated magazine in print from 1892 until 1911; published monthly.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Maclean’s

Toronto-based weekly magazine initially titled The Busy Man’s Magazine, which was renamed to Maclean’s in 1911. The Canadian news magazine is still in publication today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Carter’s Monthly

Chicago-based general story magazine first published in 1898. Would cease publication within a year.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Hearst’s

American monthly magazine first published as Hearst’s Magazine in 1912. When acquired by Hearst Magazines in 1911, publication was called The World Today. Would combine with Cosmopolitan in the 1920s.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Century Magazine

Successor to Scribner’s Monthly Magazine based in New York City, publishing journalism, fiction, and poetry from 1881-1930 when it was absorbed into The Forum.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Century Company

New York-based American publishing company founded in 1881 (also known as Century Press). Ran independently until 1933, when it merged with D. Appleton and Company. Now defunct.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Ladies’ Home Journal

Initially published as The Ladies’ Home Journal and Practical Housekeeper. In print from 1883 until 2016.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Book News

An illustrated magazine of literature and books published from 1882-1918. Published monthly with the intent to survey general literature; likely the first publication devoted to book reviews.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Blue Book

Early twentieth-century pulp magazine, ran from 1905 to 1975. First launched as The Monthly Story Magazine, known as Blue Book Magazine from 1907 to 1952. Often linked to The Red Book Magazine and The Green Book Magazine.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Screen Secrets

Monthly periodical published in Louisville, Kentucky by Fawcett Publications. Magazine named Screen Secrets from 1928-1930. The earlier titles So this is—Paris and Paris and Hollywood screen secrets suggest the magazine’s broad scope.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Washington Times

Daily newspaper (Sundays excepted) published in Washington, D.C. from 1902 until 1939.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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American Home Journal

Illustrated monthly periodical that featured sheet music in each issue. The precursor to Conkey’s Home Journal (both published by the W.B. Conkey Co. based in Chicago, IL), American Home Journal was only in print from 1897-8.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Montreal Daily Star

English-language Canadian newspaper in print from 1869 until 1979. Printed in Montreal, Quebec.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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New Magazine

Short-lived Toronto-based magazine published by Periodical Press of Canada Ltd.; inaugural issue’s managing editor was Theodore H. Rand-McNally. Only the first issue was ever published; the magazine was intended to be “For Canada – By Canada – About Canada.”
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Gall’s Daily News Letter

Kingston-based Jamaican newspaper published daily from 1857 until 1999. Audience described “as ‘fairly liberal white elites and successful mixed-race planters and manufacturers’” (Womack).
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Montreal Gazette

Founded in 1778; one of the oldest newspapers in North America. Still in print today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Saskatoon Daily Star

A daily newspaper in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan that has had a variety of names: The Phoenix (1902–1907), The Daily Phoenix (1907–1910); The Saskatoon Capital (1910–1912); The Saskatoon Daily Star (1912–1928); and The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix (1928–present).
Written by Samantha Bowen

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McClelland and Stewart

Toronto-based Canadian publishing company founded in 1906. In its infancy, went by McClelland and Goodchild Limited before its name change in 1918. Now owned by Penguin Random House LLC.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Chicago Magazine

Chicago-based periodical first published in 1899 by Chapin Magazine Co.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Metropolitan (New York)

In publication from 1895 until 1925 in New York; focused on literature, politics, and theatre, among other interests.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Edmonton Journal

Daily newspaper (Sundays excepted) published in Edmonton, Alberta. Established in 1903 and still in print today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Doubleday

Founded in 1897, Doubleday is a publishing company with both American and Canadian subsidiaries underneath the Penguin Random House corporation.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Current Literature

New York-based magazine in print from 1888-1912, when its name was changed to Current Opinion.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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St. Louis Dispatch

Weekly newspaper printed from 1864 until 1878 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Critic

New York-based magazine focused on literary criticism. In print from 1881-1906, when it was absorbed into Putnam’s Monthly.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Cincinnati Commercial Tribune

Daily newspaper printed in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1896-1898, when it was renamed the Commercial Tribune.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art

A monthly periodical published in New York from 1844 until 1907 by the Eclectic Magazine Printing and Publishing Company. Eaton (as Watanna) appears to have been published in one of its final—if not the final—volumes in 1907.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Spanish Fork Press

Weekly newspaper based in Spanish Fork, Utah. First printed in 1902, the press is still in publication today.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Bookman

A literary journal published in New York that was in publication from 1895 to 1933. Established by Dodd, Mead and Company. Offered conservative commentary and fiction from prominent American authors.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Dodd, Mead, and Company

New York City-based publishing house that was in operation from 1839 to 1990.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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A. L. Burt

New York publisher
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San Francisco Call

A daily morning newspaper based in San Francisco that was in print from 1895 until 1913, when it was purchased by William Randolph Hearst and became The San Francisco Call and Post.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Woman’s Home Journal

Published in Springfield, Ohio by Crowell-Collier. The American women’s magazine was in print from 1873-1957; a continuation of Ladies’ Home Companion and other earlier titles.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Los Angeles Herald

Daily newspaper established in 1873 with an emphasis on local agricultural, business, and cultural news for a working-class audience. Merged with other Los Angeles newspapers in 1931.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Macmillan

English publishing company headquartered in New York City. Founded in 1843.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Lady’s Magazine

British magazine published by C. Arthur Pearson that aimed to be a comprehensive publication for all subjects pertaining to women. This particular iteration was in print from 1901-1904; the magazine would be renamed multiple times.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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Columbian Magazine

The twentieth-century iteration of The Columbian Magazine was edited by Henry Mann in New York; its byline was “a treasury of entertainment and the latest useful information.” Appears to have issued only around 4 volumes spanning—at minimum—1910-1911. Would later be titled Hampton’s Magazine.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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The Press [Canterbury, NZ]

Initially a weekly newspaper when it was first printed in 1861, The Press would later become the province’s first daily paper. Ran until 1945.
Written by Samantha Bowen

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