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Kansas Historical Quarterly - William Allen White

A Bibliography of the Published
Works of William Allen White

by Walter Johnson and Alberta Pantle

FebruaryKansas Historical Quarterly, volume 15, number 1 1947 (Vol. 15 No. 1), pages 22 to 41.
Transcribed by lhn;
digitized with permission of the Kansas Historical Society.

I. INTRODUCTION

WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE was a voluminous writer. This bibliography contains his books, most of the magazine articles, and certain special newspaper features. It does not list his newspaper editorials while he worked on various Kansas papers, including the El Dorado Republican and the Kansas City Star, nor his editorials for the Emporia Gazette from 1895 to 1943. The best of his Gazette editorials, including "What's the Matter With Kansas?" and "Mary White," are published in The Editor and His People (1924), edited by H. O. Mahin, and in Forty Years On Main Street (1937), edited by R. H. Fitzgibbon.

This bibliography contains only those book reviews by White which were real literary and interpretive essays. He wrote innumerable short reviews, that are not included, for publications such as the Book-of-the-Month Club Nears and others. Titles of White's many speeches are included in the bibliography whenever they were reprinted in magazines or in pamphlet form. The bibliography does not list the numerous short advertising "blurbs" that White wrote to help launch new books, nor does it contain his intermittent syndicated newspaper dispatches such as he wrote over the years for the Bell syndicate, for the George M. Adams syndicate, and for the North American Newspaper Alliance. White always printed his syndicated features in the Emporia Gazette, and the Index for the New York Times also generally lists these newspaper stories.

II. THE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Advertising Kansas (n. p., n. d.). 8p.
Will White on Kansas, speech given at a banquet in Kansas City (n. p., n. d.). Broadside.
The Worst Is Yet To Come (n. p., n. d.). Western Bell Telephone Company.)
"Friends and Brothers" (Poem), Kansas University, University Review, Lawrence, v. 9 (February, 1888), p. 140.
"Esther, the Gentile," ibid., v. 9 (March, 1888), pp. 161-163. (Review of Esther, the Gentile, by Mary W. Hudson.) 4p. (Folder issued by the South

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"Summer on a Cattle Ranch," University Review, v. 10 (September, 1888), pp. 13-15.
"A Twelfth Month Idyl" (Poem), ibid., v. 10 (December, 1888), p. 102. [Reprinted in Collection of Kansas Poetry, compiled by Hattie Horner (Topeka, 1891).]
"Mr. Howe's New Novel," University Review, v. 10 (December, 1888), pp. 111-113. (Review of A Man Story, by Edgar Watson Howe.)
"Two Recent Kansas Books," University Review, v. 10 (March, 1889), pp. 199-202. (Review of Kansas Miscellanies, by Noble L. Prentis, and Not at Home, by Hattie Horner.)
"The Ol' Wood Pump" (Poem), University Review, v. 10 (June, 1889), p. 273. [Reprinted in Collection of Kansas Poetry, compiled by Hattie Horner (Topeka, 1891).]
"To the Class of Eighty-nine" (Poem), University Review, v. 11 (September, 1889), p. 19.
"A July Jingle" (Poem), ibid., v. 11 (September, 1889), p. 19.
"The Class Song of '90," ibid., v. 11 (June, 1890), p. 290.
"The Gradgerratin' o' Joe" (Poem), ibid., v. 12 (December, 1890), pp. 99, 100. This poem was reprinted many times.
"Sence Idy's Gone" (Poem) in Collection of Kansas Poetry, compiled by Hattie Horner (Topeka, 1891).
"Weakly Dick" (Poem), Current Literature, New York, v. 8 (September, 1891), p. 127.
"The Interregnum" (Poem) in Kansas Day-Containing a Brief History of Kansas . . ., by F. H. Barrington (Topeka, Geo. W. Crane & Company, 1892), pp. 184-186.
"The Confederate Colonel as a Political Issue." Agora, Topeka, v. 2 (July, 1892), pp 27-31.
"If You Go Away" (Poem), ibid., v. 2 Rhymes by Two Friends, 1893.]
Rhymes by Two Friends, by Albert Bigelow Paine and William Allen White (Fort Scott, M. L. Izor & Sons, 1893). 228p. Some of Mr. White's poems were reprinted from this volume in Some Emporia Verse, compiled by .J. H. Powers (Emporia, 1910), and Sunflowers, a Book of Kansas Poems, selected by Willard Wattles (Chicago, A. C. McClurg & Company, 1916).
"Some Notes on the Evolution of the Girl From Greensburg," University Review, v. 14 (April, 1893), pp. 225-228.
"Old Slug Nine" (Poem) in Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting, Kansas Editorial Association, Convened at Hutchinson, Monday and Tuesday, January 22 and 28, 1894 (Sterling, Junkin & Steele, 1894), pp. 20, 21. Kansas City Star, March 24, April 20, September 2, November 9, 11, 1894, contain samples of the feature articles or fiction stories that William Allen White wrote while he worked for the Kansas City Star. The Star for May 20, July 1, 15, 22, November 11, 30, December 16, 1894; February 17, March 12, 1895, contain examples of his poetry, many of which had already been published in Rhymes by Two Friends.
"The Chords in C" (Poem), Agora, v. 3 (April, 1894), pp. 276, 277.
"Concerning `Art for Art's Sake'," ibid., v. 3 (April, 1894), pp. 290-295. (July, 1892), p. 62. [Reprinted in

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"Mary Elizabeth McCabe," Kansas Newspaperdom, Hiawatha, v. 1, May, 1894, p.2.
"A Print Shop Incident" (Poem), Kansas Newspaper World, Hiawatha, v. 1, October, 1894, p. 3. [Reprinted from Rhymes by Two Friends, 1893.] "The State Administration-A Weak Man in a Strong Situation," Agora, v. 4 (October, 1894), pp. 90-95.
"A Jim Street Lullaby" (Poem), Overland Monthly, New York, v. 25; January, 1895, p. 106. LReprinted from Rhymes by Two Friends, 1893.] "Little Boy Blue" (Poem), Current Literature, v. 17 (January, 1895), p. 80.
"Address Before the Editorial Association," Kansas Newspaper World, v. 1, January, February, March, 1895, pp. 19-21.
"The Boom in Willow Creek," "The Quilting Bee Crowd," Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, March 8, 1895.
"Old Slugs," Newspaper West, Hiawatha, v. 2 (July, 1895), pp. 93, 94. "Frederick Funston's Alaskan Trip," Current Literature, v. 18 (August, 1895), pp. 120, 121. From Harper's Weekly.
The Real Issue; A Book of Kansas Stories (Chicago, Way and Williams, 1896). 212p. This is a collection of short stories that had appeared in the Kansas City Star and various Kansas newspapers. One of the collection, "The Regeneration of Colonel Hucks," which first appeared in the September 4, 1891, issue of the El Dorado Republican, was widely reprinted as a Republican campaign document. It made Mr. White famous in Kansas in much the manner that "What's the Matter With Kansas?" made him famous in the nation.
"A Nocturne," The Lotus, Kansas City, Mo., v. 1 (January 15, 1896), pp. 93-95.
"Kansas Stories: The King of Boyville, The Homecoming of Colonel Hucks," McClure's Magazine, New York, v. 8 (February, 1897), pp. 321-330. [Reprinted from The Real Issue, 1896.]
"Kansas: Its Present and Future," Forum, New York, v. 23 (March, 1897), pp. 75-83.
"A Recent Confederate Victory," McClure's Magazine, v. 9 (June, 1897), pp. 701-708. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"A Typical Kansas Community," Atlantic Monthly, Boston, v. 80 (August, 1897), pp. 171-177.
"The Martyrdom of `Mealy' Jones: An Episode of the Swimming Hole at Boyville," McClure's Magazine, v. 9 (September, 1897), pp. 968-973. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"Where `A Lovely Time Was Had"' (Poem), The Kings and Queens of the Range, Kansas City, Mo., v. 1 (October 15, 1897), p. 195; in Sunflowers, a Book of Kansas Poems, selected by Willard Wattles, 1916, pp. 38-40. [Reprinted from Rhymes by Two Friends, 1893.]
"The Business of a Wheat Farm," Scribner's Magazine, New York, v. 22 (November 1897), pp. 531-548.
"A Willer Crick Incident" (Poem), The Kings and Queens of the Range, v. 2 (January 15, 1898), p. 14; in Sunflowers, a Book of Kansas Poems, selected by Willard Wattles, 1916, pp. 61, 62. [Reprinted from Rhymes by Two Friends, 1893.]
"When Johnny Went Marching Out," McClure's Magazine, v. 11 (June, 1898), pp. 198-205.

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"While the Evil Days Come Not," ibid., v. 11 (August, 1898), pp. 344-352. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"An Appreciation of the West," McClure's Magazine, v. 11 (October, 1898), pp. 575-580.
The Court of Boyville (New York, Doubleday & McClure Company, 1899). 358p.
"Gen. Frederick Funston," Harper's Weekly, New York, v. 43 (May 20, 1899), p. 496.
"A Victory for the People," Scribner's Magazine, v. 25 (June, 1899), pp. 717-728. [Reprinted in Stratagems and Spoils, 1901.]
"James Sears: a Naughty Person," McClure's Magazine, v. 13 (July, 1899), pp. 209-219. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"Much Pomp and Several Circumstances," McClure's Magazine, v. 131 (October, 1899), pp. 530-542. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"The Herb Called Heart's Ease," McClure's Magazine, v. 14 (November, 1899), pp. 38, 39. [Reprinted in The Court of Boyville, 1899.]
"The Man on Horseback," Scribner's Magazine, v. 26 (November, 1899), pp. 538-551. [Reprinted in Stratagems and Spoils, 1901.]
"The Mercy of Death," Scribner's Magazine, v. 27 (February, 1900), pp. 237-250. [Reprinted in Stratagems and Spoils, 1901.]

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"The Gentle Art of Knocking," Kansas Knocker, Topeka, v. 1 (April, 1900), pp. 23, 24.
"Bryan," McClure's Magazine, v. 15 (July, 1900), pp. 232-237. "Hanna," ibid., v. 16 (November, 1900), pp. 56-64.
"The Literature of Kansas," Topeka Daily Capital, December 2, 1900.
"Our Foreign Relations" in Kansas Day Club, Addresses . . . 1892-1901 (Hutchinson, W. Y. Morgan, 1901), pp. 18, 19.
Stratagems and Spoils; Stories of Love and Politics (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1901). 291p.
"Croker," McClure's Magazine, v. 16 (February, 1901), pp. 317-326.
"A Song for Rose-Time," Phi Beta Phi edition of the Kansas University Weekly March 16, 1901, p. 7.
"The Sheriff and the Chaperon," Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, v. 173, March 30, 1901, p. 14.
"Carrie Nation and Kansas," ibid., v. 173, April 6, 1901, pp. 2, 3. "Funston-the Man From Kansas," ibid., v. 173, May 18, 1901, pp. 2, 3, 13.
"Miss Morgan's Victory," Idler, London, v. 20, August, 1901, pp. 45-54.
"Lawton-the Metropolis of the Wilderness," Saturday Evening Post, v. 174, September 7, 1901, pp. 3-5, 14, 15.
"A Most Lamentable Comedy," ibid., v. 174, September 21, 1901, pp. 1-3; September 28, 1901, pp. 10, 11; October 5, 1901, pp. 10, 11, 17; October 12, 1901, pp. 6, 7. [Reprinted in Stratagems and Spoils, 1901.]
"A Triumph's Evidence," Scribner's Magazine, v. 30 (October, 1901), pp. 463-475. [Reprinted in Stratagems and Spoils, 1901.]
"Theodore Roosevelt," McClure's Magazine, v. 18 (November, 1901), pp. 40-47. "Platt," ibid., v. 18 (December, 1901), pp. 145-153.
"The New Congress," Saturday Evening Post, v. 174, December 28, 1901, pp. 5, 6.
"Cleveland," McClure's Magazine, v. 18 (February, 1902), pp. 322-330.

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"Harrison," Cosmopolitan, New York, v. 32 (March, 1902), pp. 489-496.
"Ready Made Homes Out West," Saturday Evening Post, v. 174, April 26, 1902, p. 12.
"Uncommercial Traveling," ibid., v. 174, May 3, 1902, p. 12.
"The Building Up of the Prairie West," Collier's, New, York, v. 29. May 10, 1902, p. 10.
"Cuban Reciprocity-a Moral Issue," McClure's Magazine, v. 19 (September, 1902), pp. 387-394.
"How the Rain Came," Push, Topeka, v. 1 (September, 1902), pp. 4, 5.
"One Year of Roosevelt," Saturday Evening Post, v. 175, October 4, 1902, pp. 3, 4.
"A Tenderfoot on Thunder Mountain," ibid., v. 175.
"The Trail," November 8, 1902, pp. 1, 2, 14, 15;
"The Foot of the Rainbow," November 15, 1902, pp. 3-5; November 22, 1902, pp. 15, 16; "The Pot of Gold," November 29, 1902, pp. 3-5, 18, 19.
"Introduction" to Troubles of a Worried Man, and Other Sketches Including a "Take" of Verse, by Harmon D. Wilson (Topeka, 1903).
"President's Address" in The Addresses Delivered at the Twelfth Annual Dinner of the Kansas Day Club at Topeka, January 29, 1903 (n. p., n. d.), pp. 3-5.
"The Politicians: Our `Hired' Men at Washington," Saturday Evening Post, v. 175, March 14, 1903, pp. 1-3.
"The Brain Trust," ibid., v. 175, March 21, 1903, pp. 1-3.
"The Balance-Sheet of the Session," ibid., v. 175, March 28, 1903, pp 8, 9. 22, 23.
"The President" ibid., v. 175, April 4, 1903, pp. 4, 5, 14.
"The Fair-Play Department," ibid., v. 175, May 2, 1903, pp. 1, 2.
"Swinging Round the Circle with Roosevelt," ibid., v. 175, June 27, 1903, pp. 1, 2.
"What the West Thinks of Wall Street Now," Collier's, v. 32, November 28, 1903, pp. 9, 10.
"The Country Boy," Saturday Evening Post, v. 176, December 19, 1903, p. 18. (Review of The Country Boy, by Forrest Crissey.)
"The Four-Cornered Fight for Statehood," Collier's, v. 32, January 16, 1904, pp. 7,8.
"McKinley and Hanna," Saturday Evening Post, v. 176, March 12, 1904, pp. 1, 2.
"Grafting and Things," ibid., v. 176, May 7, 1904, p. 4.
"A Boom in the Northwest," ibid., v. 176, May 21, 1904, pp. 1-3; May 28, 1904, 1, 2.
"Fifty Years of Kansas," World's Work, New York, v. 8 (June, 1904), pp. 4870- 4872.
"A Pilgrim in the Wilderness," Century, New York, v. 68 (June, 1904), pp. 219-224. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"William Allen White on Mr. Steffens Book `The Shame of the Cities'," McClure's Magazine, v. 23 (June, 1904), pp. 220, 221.
"The Dollar in Politics; Some Modern Methods in Popular Misgovernment," Saturday Evening Post, v. 177, July 2, 1904, pp. 8, 9.
"The Great Political Drama at St. Louis," Collier's, St. Louis Convention Extra, July 12, 1904, pp. 2, 3, 6.

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"Seconding the Motion; How a Great National Convention Became a Manikin." Saturday Evening Post, v. 177, July 23, 1904, pp. 4, 5.
"The Natural History of a Gentleman; Being the Autobiography of Mr. Herbert Spencer," ibid., v. 177, July 30, 1904, pp. 13-15.
"The Democratic Revival; a Near View of the Building of a Safe and Sane Platform at St. Louis," ibid., v. 177, August 13, 1904, pp. 6, 7.
"Roosevelt and the Postal Frauds," McClure's Magazine, v. 23 (September, 1904), pp. 506-520.
"The Reorganization of the Republican Party; the Great Problems Before the Nation," Saturday Evening Post, v. 177, December 3, 1904, pp. 1, 2.
"Farmington-a Tolstoyan Picture of Pennsylvania Rural Life a Generation Ago," ibid., v. 177, January 21, 1905, p. 20.
"Why the Nation Will Endure," ibid., v. 177, March 4, 1905, p. 12.
"What's the Matter With Kansas," Herbert's Magazine, Hiawatha, v. 4, May, 1905, pp. 2-10. This article appeared first as an editorial in the Emporia Gazette, August 15, 1896. It was reprinted many times in newspapers throughout the country and in pamphlet form. Chairman Mark Hanna of the Republican National Committee is said to have used over a million copies in the McKinley-Bryan campaign.
"Political Signs of Promise," Outlook, New York, v. 80 (July 15, 1905), pp. 667-670.
"The Other Side," Sunflower Magazine, Eureka, v. 3, September, 1905, p. 8.
"On Bright Angel Trail," McClure's Magazine, v. 25 (September, 1905), pp. 502-515. [Reprinted in Grand Canyon of Arizona, issued by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company (n. p., 1909), pp. 63-65.]
"Scribes and Pharisees," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, September 9, 1905, pp. 1, 2. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"The Young Prince," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, September 16, 1905, pp. 1, 2. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"The Society Editor," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, September 30, 1905, pp. 1, 2. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"The Golden Rule," Atlantic Monthly, v. 96 (October, 1905), pp. 433-441.
"The Kansas Conscience," Reader Magazine, Indianapolis, Ind., v. 6 (October, 1905), pp. 488-493.
"The Coming of the Leisure Class," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, October 14, 1905, pp. 13, 14. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"As a Breath Into the Wind," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, October 28, 1905, pp. 3-5, 16, 17. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"The Bolton Girl's `Position'," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, November 11, 1905, pp. 5, 26. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"A Bundle of Myrrh," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, November 25, 1905, pp. 12, 13. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"Folk; the Story of a Little Leaven in a Great Commonwealth," McClure's Magazine, v. 26 (December, 1905), pp. 115-132.
"Our Loathed But Esteemed Contemporary," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, December 2, 1905, pp. 10, 11. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"A Question of Climate," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, December 9, 1905, pp. 5, 6. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"By the Rod of His Wrath," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, December 16, 1905, pp. 3-5, 32. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]

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"The Casting Out of Jimmy Myers," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, December 23, 1905, pp. 4, 5. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"A-babbled o' Green Fields," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, December 30, 1905, pp. 8, 9. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
In Our Town (New York, McClure, Phillips & Company, 1906). 369p.
"The Tremolo Stop," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, January 6, 1906, pp. 9-11, 20-22. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"And Yet a Fool," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, January 13, 1906, pp. 8, 9. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"Sown in Our Weakness," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, January 20, 1906, pp. 8, 9, 15. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"The Passing of Priscilla Winthrop," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, February 3, 1906, pp. 8, 9, 16, 17. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"A Kansas `Childe Roland'," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, February 24, 1906, pp. 7-9, 30, 32. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"Thirty," Saturday Evening Post, v. 178, March 3, 1906, p. 3. [Reprinted in In Our Town, 1906.]
"Reform and the Newspaper," Newspaperdom, New York, v. 18, June 28, 1906, p. 10. "The Partnership of Society," American Magazine, New York, v. 62 (October, 1906), pp. 576-585.
"What's the Matter With America," Collier's, v. 38, October 20, 1906, pp. 18, 19; November 10, 1906, pp. 16, 17, 30; December 1, 1906, pp. 16, 17.
"Science, St. Skinflint and Santa Claus; a Christmas Talk," American Magazine, v. 63 (December, 1906), pp. 182-184.
"The Pass, and in Our Town" in Proceedings of the Kansas Editorial Association, Fifteenth Annual Session Held in Topeka, Kansas, Monday and Tuesday, January 21-22, 1907 (Winfield Tribune Printing Company, n. d.), pp. 46-48.
"Emporia and New York," American Magazine, v. 63 (January, 1907), pp. 258-264. [Reprinted by the Emporia Gazette in pamphlet form in 1908.]
"Roosevelt: a Force for Righteousness," McClure's Magazine, v. 28 (February, 1907), pp. 386-394.
"Monuments and Things" in Echoes of Pawnee Rock, compiled by Margaret Perkins (Wichita, The Goldsmith-Wollard Publishing Company, 1908), p. 8.
"Lincoln and Our Democracy," Collier's, v. 40, February 15, 1908, pp. 10, 11.
"A National Responsibility," address before the City Club of Chicago, March 10, 1908, City Club Bulletin, Chicago, v. 2, March 1, 1908-June 30, 1909.
"Taft, a Hewer of Wood," American Magazine, v. 66 (May, 1908), pp. 19-32. "A Brief for the Defendant; Being a View of the Chicago Republican Convention
"Through Friendly Eyes," Collier's, v. 41, July 4, 1908, pp. 9, 10.
"Twelve Years of Mr. Bryan: 1896-1908," ibid., v. 42, October 17, 1908, pp. 12, 13.
A Certain Rich Man (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1909). 434p.
"Certain Voices in the Wilderness," Kansas Magazine, Wichita, v. 1 (January, 1909), pp. 1-5.
"The Old Order Changeth," American Magazine, v. 67 (January, 1909), pp. 219-225, (February, 1909) pp. 406-414, (March, 1909) pp. 506-513, (April, 1909) pp. 603-610; v. 68 (May, 1909), pp. 63-70, (August, 1909) pp. 376-383; v.

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69 (February, 1910), pp. 449-505. [Reprinted in The Old Order Changeth, 1910.]
"The Kansas Fight," La Follette's Weekly Magazine, Madison, Wis., v. 1, January 16, 1909, pp. 5, 13, 14.
"Rhyme to a Dream Maker" (Poem), Club Member, Topeka, v. 7, March, 1909, p. 6.
"Victor Murdock of Kansas," La Follette's Weekly Magazine, v. 1, March 20, 1909, p. 7.
"How We Buried Him," Kansas University Graduate Magazine, Lawrence, v. 7 (April, 1909), pp. 260, 261.
"The Address of William Allen White" in Proceedings Eighteenth Annual Session of the Kansas Editorial Association Held at Wichita, Kansas, Monday and Tuesday, March Seventh and Eighth, Nineteen Hundred Ten (Anthony, Anthony Republican Print, n. d.), pp. 42, 43.
The Old Order Changeth; a View of American Democracy (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1910). 266p.
"A Poet of the People" in Uncle Walt [Walt Mason] the Poet Philosopher (Chicago, G. M. Adams, 1910), pp. 13,14.
"Poems" in Some Emporia Verse, compiled, done into type, printed and bound under the supervision of J. H. Powers (n. p., 1910).
A Theory of Spiritual Progress; an Address Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Columbia University in the City of New York (Emporia, The Gazette Press, 1910). 53p. [An excerpt from this speech was printed in the Columbia University Quarterly, New York, v. 12 (September, 1910), pp. 408-420.]
"The Insurgence of Insurgency," American Magazine, v. 71 (December, 1910), pp. 170-174.
"The Progressive Hen and the Insurgent Ducklings," ibid., v. 71 (January, 1911), pp. 394-399.
"The Old Problem of the Dog and the Engine," ibid., v. 71 (February, 1911), pp. 517-520.
"When the World Busts Through," ibid., v. 71 (April, 1911), pp. 746, 747.
"The Old Songs" (Poem), Pointers, Kansas City, Mo., v. 17 (April, 1911), p. 50
"Storming the Citadel," American Magazine, v. 72 (September, 1911), pp. 570-575.
"A Democratic View of Education," Craftsman, New York, v. 21 (November, 1911), pp. 119-130.
"Three Years of Progress; the Ground Covered During Three Years of Political Skirmishing," Saturday Evening Post, v. 184, February 24, 1912, pp. 3-5, 38-40.
"Free Kansas: Where the People Rule the People," Outlook, v. 100 (February 24, 1912), pp. 407-414.
"Bill's School and Mine," Kansas School Magazine, Emporia, v. 1 (January, 1912), pp. 3-5. [Reprinted in Journal of Education, Boston, v. 75 (March 7, 1912), pp. 257, 258.]
"A Eulogy of the Santa Fe and Santa Fe Men," Santa Fe Employes' Magazine, Chicago, v. 6, May, 1912, p. 45.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot?" American Magazine, v. 74 (May, 1912), pp. 13-18.

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"William Allen White on the Santa Fe Railway," Santa Fe Magazine, v. 7, August, 1913, pp. 61, 62. [Reprinted from the Emporia Gazette.]
"As a Town Thinketh," Kansas School Magazine, v. 2 (September, 1913), p. 255
"How Kansas Boarded the Water Wagon," Saturday Evening Post, v. 187, July 11, 1914, pp. 3-5, 44, 45.
"The Strange Boy," ibid., v. 187, August 1, 1914, pp. 6, 7.
"A Prosperous Gentleman," ibid., v. 187, October 18, 1914, pp. 6-8, 52-54.
"Mr. White Comes Back," ibid., v. 187, November 14, 1914, pp. 25-27.
"The Ebb Tide: Can the Progressives Come Back?" ibid., v. 187, December 19, 1914, pp. 3, 4, 37.
"Plowing the Soul in Kansas," Collier's, v. 54, February 13, 1915, p. 15.
"A Social Quadrangle," Saturday Evening Post, v. 187, March 6, 1915, pp. 3-.5, 60-62, 64-66. [Reprinted in God's Puppets, 1916.]
"The Gods Arrive," Saturday Evening Post, v. 187, April 24, 1915, pp. 5-7, 33-35, 38. [Reprinted in God's Puppets, 1916.]
"The Man Who Made the `Star'," Collier's, v. 55, June 26, 1915, pp. 12, 13, 24, 25.
"The Republican Party," Metropolitan, New York, v. 42, July, 1915, pp. 14, 15, 63, 64.
"The Kansas Spirit Speaks" (Poem), Teaching, Emporia, v. 2, November 1, 1915, pp. 10-13. [Partially reprinted in Literary Digest, New York, v. 52, January 29, 1916, p. 240.]
"A Poet Come Out of Tailholt," Collier's, v. 56, December 25, 1915, pp. 3, 4, 25-28.
God's Puppets (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1916). 309p.
"My Parents" in History of Butler County, Kansas, by Vol. P. Mooney (Lawrence, Standard Publishing Company, 1916), pp. 326-329. [Reprinted in Butler County's Eighty Years, 1855-1935, by Jessie Perry Stratford (El Dorado, Butler County News, 1934), pp. 375-377.]
"The Quilting Bee Crowd" in History of Butler County, Kansas, by Vol. P. Mooney (Lawrence, Standard Publishing Company, 1916), pp. 329-331.
"The Glory of the States: Kansas," American Magazine, v. 81 (January, 1916), pp. 41, 65.
"Government of the People, by the People, for the People," Independent, New York, v. 85 (February 7, 1916), pp. 187-190.
"The One a Pharisee," Collier's, v. 56, March 4, 1916, pp. 9-11, 30, 32-34; March 11, 1916, pp. 18-21, 25; v. 57, March 18. 1916, pp. 19, 20, 39-43. [Reprinted in God's Puppets, 1916.]
"The Country Newspaper," Harper's Magazine, New York, v. 132 (May, 1916), pp. 887-891.
"Who Killed Cock Robin?" Collier's, v. 58, December 16, 1916, pp. 5, 6, 26, 27.
"The Sturdy Oak," ibid., v. 60, November 12, 1917, pp. 18, 19, 28, 30.
"The Odds Against the U-Boat," ibid., v. 60, December 8, 1917, pp. 5-7.
In the Heart of a Fool (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1918). 615p.
The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me . . . With Illustrations by Tony Sarg (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1918). 338p.
"Wilson Winning the War" (n. p., 1918). 4p.
"The Y. M. C. A. Huts `Safety Valves' for Our Boys in France," Touchstone, New York, v. 2 (January, 191.8), pp. 344-350.

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"What Happened to Walt Mason," American Magazine, v. 86 (September, 1918), p. 19.
"What the War Did for Brewer," Yale Review, New Haven, n. s., v. 8 (January, 1919), pp. 243-251.
"In Germany With William Allen White," Literary Digest, v. 61, April 26, 1919, pp. 64, 66. [Excerpts.]
"William Allen White to F. H.," New Republic, New York, v. 19 (May 17, 1919), p. 88.
"America and the Peace," London Graphic, June, 1919.
"The Doughboy on Top of the World," Red Cross Magazine, Washington, v. 14 (June, 1919), pp. 45-51.
"Through American Eyes," New Europe, London, v. 11 (June 19, 1919), pp. 223-227.
"The English Tongue; An American Novelist's Plea That It May Unite Us More in Knowledge," Book Monthly, London, v. 14 (July, 1919), pp. 547-549.
"The Highbrow Doughboy," Red Cross Magazine, v. 14, August, 1919, pp. 19-24, 63-74.
"The Peace and President Wilson," Saturday Evening Post, v. 192, August 16, 1919, pp. 15, 57, 58.
"England in Transition," Collier's, v. 64, September 27, 1919, pp. 9, 10, 40.
"Tale That Is Told," Saturday Evening Post, v. 192, October 4, 1919, pp. 19, 158, 161, 162, 165.
"First Shot in a New Battle; or, Perhaps, the First Step Toward a New Peace," Collier's, v. 64, November 22, 1919, pp. 5, 6, 14, 22.
"What Happened to Prinkipo," Metropolitan, v. 51, December, 1919, pp. 29, 30, 67-70.
"What 1920 Holds for Us All," Collier's, v. 65, January 3, 1920, p. 7.
"Ever Been in Emporia?" New Republic, v. 22 (May 12, 1920), pp. 348, 349.
"The Leaven of the Pharisees," Saturday Evening Post, v. 192, May 29, 1920, pp. 20, 21, 77.
"Litmus Papers of the Acid Test," Survey, New York, v. 44 (June 5, 1920), pp. 343-346.
"We Who Are About to Die," New Republic, v. 26 (March 9, 1921), pp. 36-38.
"Why I Am a. Progressive," Saturday Evening Post, v. 193, April 23, 1921, pp. 3, 4, 52, 54.
"And the West Is West," ibid., v. 193, June 18, 1921, pp. 10, 11, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52.
"The Other Side of Main Street," Collier's, v. 68, July 30, 1921, pp. 7, 8, 18, 19.
"Teaching Perkins to Play," Saturday Evening Post, v. 194, August 6, 1921, pp. 12, 13, 69-74.
"An Antidote to Main Street," Literary Digest, v. 70, August 13, 1921, p. 24.
"Will They Fool Us Twice?" Collier's, v. 68, October 15, 1921, pp. 5, 6, 24, 25.
"Farmer John and the Sirens," Saturday Evening Post, v. 194, November 12, 1921, pp. 10, 11, 53, 54.
"The Unknown Soldier," Collier's, v. 68, November 12, 1921, p. 13. [Editorials,] Judge, New York, vols. 81, 82, November 26, 1921-August 12, 1922.
"Tinting the Cold Gray Dawn," Collier's, v. 68, December 17, 1921, pp. 5, 6, 16.
"Those Heartbreaks in Washington," ibid., v. 68, December 31, 1921, pp. 7, 8, 19.

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"Will America's Dream Come True?" ibid., v. 69, February 18, 1922, pp. 9, 10, 20, 29.
"The Best Minds Incorporated," ibid., v. 69, March 4, 1922, pp. 5, 6, 19, 27, 28.
"Splitting Fiction Three Ways," New Republic, v. 30, April 12, 1922, Supplement, pp. 22, 24, 26. [Reprinted in The Novel of Tomorrow and the Scope of Fiction, by Twelve American Novelists (Indianapolis, Ind., Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1922).]
"These United States: Kansas, a Puritan Survival," Nation, New York, v. 114 (April 19, 1922), pp. 460-462. [Reprinted in These United States: a Symposium, edited by Ernest Gruening (New York, Boni & Liveright, 1923).]
"Industrial Justice-Not Peace," Nation's Business, Washington, v. 10, May, 1922, pp. 14-16.
"What's the Matter With America," Collier's, v. 70, July 1, 1922, pp. 3, 4, 18.
"The Helpful Career of Abijah P. Jenks," Judge, v. 82, July 15, 1922, pp. 3-5.
"As I See It," New York Tribune, weekly Sunday feature beginning with the issue for July 16, 1922.
"William Allen White States His Own Case," Outlook, v. 131 (August 2, 1922), p. 560.
"A Document on `Liberty'," Literary Digest, v. 74, August 19, 1922, p. 32.
"A Dry West Warns the Thirsty East," Collier's, v. 70, September 2, 1922, pp. 3, 4, 18, 19.
"W. A. White on the Kansas Court," Nation, v. 115 (December 27, 1922), p. 718.
"The Solid West-Free and Proud of It," Collier's, v. 70, December 30, 1922, pp. 5, 24.
"Blood of the Conquerors," ibid., v. 71, March 10, 1923, pp. 5, 6, 30; March 17, 1923, pp. 11, 12, 27.
"Why All This Rumpus?" ibid., v. 72, August 25, 1923, pp. 5, 24.
"The Educational Service of the Library," School and Society, New York, v. 18 (November 10, 1923), pp. 554, 555. [Reprinted in Kansas Teacher, Topeka, v. 18, January, 1924, p. 9.]
"The Supremacy of Beefsteak," Nation, v. 117 (December 26, 1923), p. 731.
The Editor and His People; Editorials by William Allen White, Selected From the Emporia Gazette by Helen Ogden Mahin; Introduction and Footnotes by Mr.White (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1924). 380p.
Politics: the Citizens Business (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1924). 330p.
Woodrow Wilson, the Man, His Times and His Task (Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924). 527p.
"The American Peace Award," Our World, New York, v. 4, January, 1924, p. 10.
"Patience and Publicity," World Tomorrow, v. 7, March, 1924, p. 87.
"Mary A. White," Recorder, New York, v. 2, July, 1924, pp. 2-5.
"The Abuse of the Direct Primary," Independent, v. 113, July 5, 1924, p. 18.
"William Allen White Sizes 'em Up," Collier's, v. 74, August 9, 1924, pp. 7, 8, 27. [Reprinted in Politics, The Citizens Business, 1924.]
"Simplifying the Business of Politics," Woman's Home Companion, Springfield, Ohio, v. 51, November, 1924, pp. 21, 22, 140.

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"Woodrow Wilson," Liberty, New York, v. 1, November 15, 1924, pp. 19-23; November 22, 1924, pp. 22-26.
Calvin Coolidge, the Man Who Is President (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1925). 252p.
Conflicts in American Public Opinion, by William Allen White and Walter E. Myer (Chicago, American Library Association, 1925). 28p. (Reading With a Purpose Series.)
"An Appreciation" in In the Mountains; Reproductions of Lithographs and Wood Cuts of the Colorado Rockies, by Sven Birger Sandzen (McPherson, Carl J. Smalley, 1925).
"Introduction" to Fodder, by Jennie Small Owen (El Dorado, Times Publishing Company, 1925).
Some Cycles of Cathay (Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1925). 96p. (Half-title: The Weil Lectures on American Citizenship.)
"Annihilate the Klan," Nation, v. 120 (January 7, 1925), p. 7.
"Calvin Coolidge," Collier's, v. 75, March 7, 1925, pp. 5, 6, 38-40; March 21, 1925, pp. 13, 14, 46, 47; April 4, 1925, pp. 9, 10, 47, 48; April 18, 1925, pp. 9, 10, 44-46. [Reprinted in Calvin Coolidge, the Man Who Is President, 1925.]
"Are Human Movements Independent of Wars?" Journal of Social Forces, Chapel Hill, N. C., v. 3 (May, 1925), pp. 593-595. [Reprinted in Some Cycles of Cathay, 1925.]
"Mary White," McClure's Magazine, n. s., v. 1 (August, 1925), pp. 622-625. This article written the day after Mary White's funeral and printed in the Emporia Gazette on May 17, 1921, has been reprinted many times in books, periodicals and newspapers.
"The Larger Cycle of American Development," Social Forces, v. 4 (September, 1925), pp. 1-5. [Reprinted in Some Cycles of Cathay, 1925.]
"The Lone Lion of Idaho," Collier's, v. 76, September 12, 1925, pp. 6, 40.
"The Man Who Rules the Senate," ibid., v. 76, October 3, 1925, pp. 10, 36, 37.
"William Allen White on the Movies," Kessinger's Mid-West Review, Aurora, Ill., v. 5, October, 1925, p. 16.
"The Man the President Must Rely On," Literary Digest, v. 87, October 24, 1925, pp. 38-42.
"William Allen White on Ma and Pa," Kessinger's Mid-West Review, v. 5, November, 1925, pp, 20, 21.
"An Earlier Cycle of American Development," Social Forces, v. 4 (December, 1925), pp. 281-285. [Reprinted in Some Cycles of Cathay, 1925.]
"The Mind of Coolidge," Collier's, v. 76, December 26, 1925, p. 6.
Boys-Then and Now (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1926). 68p.
"Are the Movies a Mess or a Menace?" Collier's, v. 77, January 16, 1926, pp. 5, 6, 45.
"The Santa Fe," Santa Fe Magazine, v. 20, February, 1926, p. 21.
"Where Are the Pre-War Radicals?" Survey, v. 55 (February 1, 1926), p. 556.
"Boys-Then and Now," American Magazine, v. 101, March, 1926, pp. 7-9, 112, 115, 116. [Reprinted in Boys-Then and Now, 1926.]
"The Passing of the Free Editor," American Mercury, New York, v. 8, May, 1926, pp. 110-112.

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"The Last of the Magic Isles," Survey, v. 56 (May 1, 1926), pp. 176-179, 212, 214, 216.
"The End of an Epoch," Scribner's Magazine, v. 79 (June, 1926), pp. 561-570.
"The Men W ho Make a County," American Legion Monthly, New York, v. 1. July, 1926, p. 8.
"What's the Matter With American Cooking," Pictorial Review, New York, v. 27, July, 1926, pp. 4, 51, 52, 54.
"As Kansas Sees Prohibition," Collier's, v. 78, July 3, 1926, p. 23.
"Al Smith, City Feller," ibid., v. 78, August 21, 1926, pp. 8, 9, 42, 43.
"The Confessions of a Politician," New Republic, v. 49 (November 24, 1926), pp. 9-11. Anonymous contribution by Mr. White.
"The Santa Fe Magazine," Santa Fe Magazine, v. 21, December, 1926, p. 39.
"Want to Be a Journalist?" American Boy, Detroit, v. 28, December, 1926, pp. 13, 28,30.
"This Business of Writing," Saturday Review of Literature, New York, v. 3 (December 4, 1926), pp. 355, 356. (Review of The Plutocrat and Looking Forward, by Booth Tarkington.)
"Cheer Up, America," Harper's Magazine, v. 154 (March, 1927), pp. 405-411.
"The Librarian, a Community Engineer;" Libraries, Chicago, v. 32 (April, 1927), pp. 183, 184.
"They Can't Beat My Big Boy," Collier's, v. 79, June 18, 1927, pp. 8, 9, 45-47.
"Memoirs of a Three-Fingered Pianist," Woman's Home Companion, v. 54, September, 1927, pp. 12, 13, 80, 84; October, 1927, pp. 8, 9, 84.
"To Make a Life-Not Just a Living," Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 26, November, 1927, pp. 5-7.
"Edward Curtis Franklin-a Scholar and a Gentleman," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Easton, Pa., v. 19 (November, 1927), p. 1297. [Reprinted in Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 26, January, 1928, pp. 14, 15]
"Observations on Youth," Rotarian, Chicago, v. 31, December, 1927, p. 17.
"William Allen White on Prohibition," as related to Augusta Hinshaw, New York Herald Tribune Magazine, December 11, 1927, p. 8.
"Introduction" to Just Among Friends, by George Matthew Adams (New York, W. Morrow & Company, 1928).
Masks in a Pageant (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1928). 507p. This volume contains many of the political sketches that Mr. White had written since 1900.
"Rights of a Columnist," Nation, v. 126 (May 30, 1928), p. 607.
"The Education of Herbert Hoover," Collier's, v. 81, June 9, 1928, pp. 8, 9, 42, 44.
"The Anti-Saloon League," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 4 (June 16, 1928), pp. 961, 962. (Review of High Pressure Politics: the Story of the Anti-Saloon League, by Peter Odegard.)
"Battle Hum of the Republic," Collier's, v. 82, August 18, 1928, pp. 8. 9, 32, 34.
"The Passing of Reuben," World Review, Chicago, v. 7 (September 24, 1928), pp. 21, 28. [Reprinted in Masks in a Pageant, 1928.]
"Greatheart," World Review, v. 7 (October 22, 1928), pp. 85, 86. [Reprinted in Masks in a Pageant, 1928.]
"Introduction" to History of Emporia and Lyon County, by Laura M. French (Emporia, Emporia Gazette Print, 1929).

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"Climbing Is Hard," Public Affairs Magazine, Topeka, v. 11, January, 1929, 26.
"Decline of the Kansas Day Club," Jayhawk, Topeka, v. 2, February, 1929, p. 37.
"Governor Smith and Myself," Commonweal, New York, v. 9 (February 6, 1929), p. 402. (Communications . . . Reply to Review of Masks in a Pageant.)
"Protecting the Sucker," Public Affairs Magazine, v. 11, March, 1929, p. 42.
"Journalism-Its Good and Its Gray Side," World Review, v. 8 (March 18, 1929), p. 104.
"Mr. White Interviews Himself," Proceedings, American Society of Newspaper Editors, April, 1929, pp. 79-91.
"We Have Ceased to Mark Time," Public Affairs Magazine, v. 11, May, 1929, p. 23.
"The Farmer and His Plight," Survey, v. 62 (June 1, 1929), pp. 281-283.
"The Country Editor Speaks," Nation, v. 128 (June 12, 1929), p. 714. (Review of Hello Towns, by Sherwood Anderson.)
"The Story of Channin Brothers," Public Affairs Magazine, v. 11, July, 1929, p. 20.
"The Farmer's Plight," ibid., v. 11, August, 1929, p. 24.
"This Is the Age of Romance," Capper's, Topeka, v. 12, September, 1929, p. 21.
"The Needed Brake Is Conservatism," ibid., v. 12, November, 1929, p. 42.
"Tariff Shoe on the Other Foot," ibid., v. 12, December, 1929, pp. 35, 36.
"Divine Discontent" in Kansas Facts (Topeka, Chas. P. Beebe, 1930), v. 2, pp. 126-128.
"We `Backward' Westerners," Capper's, v. 12, January, 1930, p. 21.
"We're Bound for the World Court," ibid., v. 12, February, 1930, p. 22.
"The Migratory Executive," Saturday Evening Post, v. 202, March 15, 1930, pp. 10, 11, 142.
"Haitian Experience," Proceedings, American Society of Newspaper Editors. April, 1930, pp. 103-108.
"William Allen White Talks to His Neighbors," Golden Book, New York, v. 11 (April, 1930), pp. 94-96.
"Some Observations of William Allen White," ibid., v. 11 (May, 1930), p. 68.
"Our Sky Line," Capper's, v. 12, May, 1930, p. 40.
"The D. A. R. and the Soviet," ibid., v. 12, June, 1930, p. 12.
"Edna Ferber," World's Work, v. 59, June, 1930, pp. 36-38, 90.
"Parker's Defeat-a Western View," Capper's, v. 12, July, 1930, p. 22.
"Lickety Brindle," New Republic, v. 79 (July 25, 1934), p. 299. (Review of Whatever Goes Up, by George Tyler and J. C. Thomas.)
"The New Treaty," Capper's, v. 12, September, 1930, p. 10.
"New York's Tammany Crowd," ibid., v. 13, October, 1930, p. 21.
"A Page of National History," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 7 (October 25, 1930), pp. 261-263. (Review of William Howard Taft, by Herbert S. Duffy, The Changing Years, by Norman Hapgood, and Taft and Roosevelt: The Intimate Letters of Archie Butt, Military Aide.)
"A Reader in the Eighties and Nineties," Bookman, New York, v. 72 (November, 1930), pp. 229-234.
"Will the South Go Wet?" Capper's, v. 13, November, 1930, p. 23.

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"Alas Poor Harding," ibid, v. 13, December, 1930, p. 31.
"The Average American; a Study," New York Times Magazine, January 4, 1931, pp. 1, 2, 18.
"The Republic Totters," Capper's, v. 13, February, 1931, p. 35.
"Found-a New Verb," ibid, v. 13, March, 1931, p. 8.
"The Futility of Reports," Review of Reviews, New York, v. 83, March, 1931, p. 46.
"The Crooked Lawyer," Capper's, v. 13, April, 1931, p. 29.
"Playing With Fire," ibid., v. 13, May, 1931, p. 21.
"The Last of the Bourbons," ibid., v. 13, June, 1931, p. 29.
"Bloodless Bloodshed," ibid., v. 13, July, 1931, p. 23.
"Why All Men Are Mortal," ibid., v. 13, August, 1931, p. 27.
"Passing of the Soldier," ibid., v. 14, October, 1931, p. 31.
"Peace and Civilization," League of Nations News, New York, v. 8, October, 1931, p. 2.
"Here Was a Man," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 8 (November 7, 1931), pp. 257-260. (Review of Theodore Roosevelt, by Henry F. Pringle.)
"If I Were Dictator," Nation, v. 133 (December 2, 1931), pp. 596-598.
"Hot From the Griddle," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 9 (September 3, 1932), pp. 73, 74. (Review of Beveridge and the Progressive Era, by Claude G. Bowers.)
"A Man of Courage," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 9 (October 22, 1932), pp. 185, 186. (Review of Grover Cleveland; a Study in Courage, by Allan Nevins.)
"A Woman of Genius," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 9 (November 12, 1932), pp. 235, 236. (Review of Earth Horizons, by Mary Austin.)
"The Farmer Takes His Holiday," Saturday Evening Post, v. 205, November 26, 1932, pp. 6, 7, 64, 66, 68-70.
"What If Frank Harris-?" Kansas Magazine, Manhattan, 1933, pp. 18-20.
"Liberalism for Republicans," Review of Reviews, v. 87, January, 1933, p. 27.
"Herbert Hoover; the Last of the Old Presidents or the First of the New?" Saturday Evening Post, v. 205, March 4, 1933, pp. 6, 7, 53, 56.
"Some Personal Glimpses of Early Kansas Editors," Kansas Editor, Lawrence, v. 18, March, 1933, pp. 1-4.
"When Clubwomen Are News," Clubwoman, Washington, D. C., v. 13, May, 1933, p. 7.
"Just Wondering," Kansas Magazine, 1934, pp. 86-88.
"Can Roosevelt Rule Congress?" New York Herald Tribune Magazine, January 7, 1934, pp. 3, 9.
"Turning Knowledge Into Votes," National Municipal Review, New York, v. 23, February, 1934, pp. 85, 86.
"Beefsteak As I Prepare It," Better Homes and Gardens, Des Moines, Iowa, v. 12, April, 1934, p. 97.
"God Only Knows," Homiletic Review, New York, v, 107 (April, 1934), pp. 303-305.
"On Our Way-But Where Are We Going?" Saturday Review of Literature, v. 10 (April 14, 1934), pp. 625, 632. (Review of On Our Way, by Franklin D. Roosevelt.)
"Good Newspapers and Bad," Atlantic Monthly, v. 153 (May, 1934), pp. 581-586.

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Fifty Years Before and After, an address given at the 62nd annual commencement of the University of Kansas, June 11, 1934 (Lawrence, Department of Journalism Press in the University of Kansas, 1934). 15p. [Also printed by the. Emporia Gazette, 1934, and in the Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 32, June, 1934, pp. 13-16.]
American Youth and the American Spirit, speech delivered over the Columbia Broadcasting System, July 27, 1934 (New York, The Crusaders, Inc., 1934.) 5p.
"From Harrison II to Roosevelt II," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 11 (September 22, 1934), pp. 121, 126. (Review of Forty-two Years in the White House, by Irwin H. Hoover.)
Speech Before Roosevelt Memorial Association, October 28, 1934 (Emporia Gazette, 1934). 9p.
"Introduction" to William Rockhill Nelson and the Kansas City Star, by Icie F. Johnson (Kansas City, Mo., Burton Publishing Company, 1935).
"Captain Henry King-the First Kansas Story Teller," Kansas Magazine, 1935, pp. 25-28.
"The Conflict Between the Important and the Interesting in Newspapers," Proceedings, American Society of Newspaper Editors, April, 1935, pp. 131-135.
"Foreword" to People of Kansas; a Demographic and Sociological Study, by Carroll D. Clark and Roy L. Roberts (Topeka, 1936).
"Introduction" to Deeds Not Deficits; the Story of Alfred M. Landon, by Richard B. Fowler (Kansas City, Mo., Punton Printing Company, 1936).
What It's All About; Being a Reporter's Story of the Early Campaign of 1936 (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1936). 146p.
"In Kansas, the Landon Home State," Review of Reviews, v. 93, April, 1936, p. 55.
"I Cover the Pacific Water Front," Proceedings, American Society of Newspaper Editors, April, 1936, pp. 39-44.
"Some of the Problems of Christian Education," United Presbyterian, Pittsburgh, Pa., v. 94, April 30, 1936, pp. 11, 12.
"Landon: I Knew Him When," Saturday Evening Post, v. 209, July 18; 1936, pp. 5-7, 68, 70, 72, 73. [Reprinted in What It's All About, 1936.]
"40 Years: New Men, Old Issues," New York Times Magazine, August 9, 1936, pp. l, 2, 15. [Reprinted in What It's All About, 1936.]
"Books of the Fall," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 14, October 10, 1936, pp. 16, 26.
Forty Years on Main Street, compiled by Russell H. Fitzgibbon from the columns of the Emporia Gazette (New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1937). 409p.
"Kansas and Prohibition," Kansas Magazine, 1937, pp. 50-52.
"How to Stay Out of the War," Forum and Century, New York, v. 97 (February, 1937), p. 91.
"Supreme Court or Rule by Impulses," New York Times Magazine, April 25, 1937, pp. 3, 23, 25. [Reprinted in Reference Shelf, v. 11, 1937, pp. 313-315.]
Remarks at National Association of Harvard Clubs, Chicago, May 21, 1937 (Emporia Gazette, 1937). 14p.
"Duty in a Democracy," commencement address at Northwestern University, June 12, 1937, Christian Student, Chicago, v. 38. August, 1937, pp. 3-6, 12;

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as "The Eternal Bounce in Man," Vital Speeches of the Day, v. 3 (July 15, 1937), pp. 606-608; as "A Talk With Youth," Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, N. Y., v. 31, September, 1937, pp. 1-5.
"Progressive Leader," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 16, July 10, 1937, pp. 5, 6. (Review of Integrity: the Life of George W. Norris, by Richard L. Neuberger and Stephen B. Kahn.)
"The Challenge to the Middle Class," Atlantic Monthly, v. 160 (August, 1937), pp. 196-201.
"Imperial City," Literary Digest, v. 124, October 16, 1937, pp. 13, 14.
"What Democracy Means to Me," Scholastic, Pittsburgh, Pa., v. 31, October 23, 1937, p. 9.
"How Far Have We Come?" Survey Graphic, New York, v. 26 (December, 1937), pp. 669-672. [Reprinted in Reader's Digest, v. 32, February, 1938, pp. 16-18.]
"A Yip From the Doghouse," New Republic, v. 93 (December 15, 1937), pp. 160-162.
"Journalism: Journalism as a Vocation" in My Vocation, by Eminent Americans, edited by Earl G. Lockhart (New York, H. W. Wilson Company, 1938), pp. 165-171.
"Introduction" to Behold Our Land, by Russell Lord (Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1938).
A Puritan in Babylon, the Story of Calvin Coolidge (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1938). 460p.
"From One Country Editor to Another," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 17, January 29, 1938, p. 5. (Review of One American and His Attempt at Education, by Frazier Hunt.)
"It's Been a Great Show," Collier's, v. 101, February 12, 1938, pp. 16, 63-65.
"Pay Day in Politics," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 17, April 9, 1938, pp. 10, 11. (Review of The Politicos, 1865-1896, by Matthew Josephson.)
"My K. U.-a Lovely and Glamorous Life," Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 36, May, 1938, p. 5.
"The Challenge to Democracy," Vital Speeches of the Day, New York, v. 4 (June 1, 1938), pp. 494-496.
"How Free Is Our Press," Nation, v. 146 (June 18, 1938), pp. 693-695.
"Caring in a Nightmare," Survey Graphic, v. 27 (August, 1938), p. 405.
"Can We Democratize Our Machines," Carnegie Magazine, Pittsburgh, Pa., v. 22, September, 1938, pp. 105-109.
"Speaking for the Consumer," speech to the Seventh International Management Congress, Washington, D. C., September 20, 1938 (Emporia Gazette, 1938). 14p. [Reprinted in Vital Speeches of the Day, v. 5 (November 1, 1938), pp. 47-49.]
"Moscow and Emporia," New Republic, v. 96 (September 21, 1938), pp. 177-180. [Reply to Upton Sinclair on his criticism of the article in ibid., v. 97 (December 7, 1938), p. 132.]
"Beer Statesmanship," American Legion Magazine, v. 25, October, 1938, p. 2.
"Sullivan I and Roosevelt I," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 19, November 19, 1938, pp. 3, 4. (Review of The Education of an American, by Mark Sullivan.)
"Education and the Greater Law," Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 37, December, 1938, p. 5.

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"What Music Has Done For Me," edited by James Francis Cooke, Etude, Philadelphia, v. 56 (December, 1938), pp. 779, 780.
The Changing West; an Economic Theory About Our Golden Age (New York,, The Macmillan Company, 1939). 144p.
"Contemporary Scene" in Kansas, a Guide to the Sunflower State, compiled and written by the Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Kansas (New York, The Viking Press, 1939), pp. 1-3.
"A Famous Kansan Looks at Kansas" in Travel the Trails of the Pioneers Through Kansas, by Howard Watson (n. p., 1939), p. 3. [Reprinted from Forty Years on Main Street, 1937.]
"The Kansas Red Scare," Kansas Magazine, 1939, pp. 130, 131.
"Introduction" to The Rhymes of Ironquill, by Eugene F. Ware, 15th edition (New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1939).
"Address of the President," Kansas Historical Quarterly, Topeka, v. 8 (February, 1939), pp. 72-82.
"Now We Eat It 'n' Like It," Rotarian, v. 54, February, 1939, pp. 10, 11.
Change Under Freedom, speech delivered at the Los Angeles Lincoln Club dinner, February 12, 1939 (Emporia Gazette, 1939). 13p.
"The Farmer's Votes and Problems," Yale Review, n. s., v. 28 (March, 1939), pp. 433-448.
"How Free Is the Press?" Collier's, v. 103, April 8, 1939, pp. 16, 88, 89.
"Shock Troops of Reform," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 19, April 8, 1939, pp. 3, 4. (Review of Fighting Years: an Autobiography, by Oswald G. Villard.)
"Don't Indulge in Name-Calling With Press Critics," Editor and Publisher, New York, v. 72, April 22, 1939, pp. 14, 68.
"The American Press," Vital Speeches of the Day, v. 5 (May 15, 1939), pp. 455-457.
"How May the West Survive?" Christian Science Monitor Magazine, Boston, May 20, 1939, pp. 1, 2, 12. [Reprinted in North American Review, New York, v. 248, Autumn, 1939, pp. 7-17, and in The Changing West, 1939.]
What Is the Democratic Process, commencement address at Indiana State University, June 5, 1939 (Emporia Gazette, 1939). 16p.
"Dr. Lindley's Lasting Imprint" in General Program of the Sixty-seventh Annual Commencement of the University of Kansas, June 9 to 12, 1939 (n. p., n. d.), pp. 13-18.
"America Is Proud of You," This Week Magazine, New York, September 16, 1939, p. 2.
"Dear Freshmen," Jayhawker, Lawrence, October, 1939, p. 25.
The Hour Is Striking, speech delivered over the Columbia Broadcasting System, October 15, 1939 (New York, Printed by the Non-Partisan Committee for Peace Through Revision of the Neutrality Law, 1939). 4p.
"Taft, T. R. and the G. O. P.," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 21, October 28, 1939, pp. 3, 4. (Review of The Life and Times of William Howard Taft, by Henry F. Pringle.)
"The Ethics of Advertising," Atlantic Monthly, v. 164 (November, 1939), pp. 665-671.
"Thoughts Amid Thanks," New York Times Magazine, November 19, 1939, pp. 4, 23.

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"The Book of Josephus Daniels," New York Times Book Review, November 26, 1939, p. 1. (Review of Editor in Politics, by Josephus Daniels.)
"Books of the Decade, 1930-1940," Yale Review, n. s., v. 29 (December, 1939), pp. 419, 420.
"Thrift and Democracy," Life Association News, New York, v. 34 (December, 1939), pp. 372, 373, 408.
"Preface" to Chase County Historical Sketches (n. p., Chase County Historical Society, 1940).
Defense for America: The Views of Quincy Wright, Charles Seymour, Barry Bingham [and Others], edited by William Allen White (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1940). 205p.
"Foreword" to Ink on My Hands, by Clayton Rand (New York. Carrick & Evans, 1940).
"Message to Children" in The Children's Book of the Year; the Book of Knowledge Annual (New York, The Grolier Society, 1940).
"Tribute to John Finley" in Happy Valley, History and Genealogy, by Thomas Felix Hickerson (Chapel Hill, N. C., The Author, 1940), p. 45.
"William Smith Culbertson, Ambassador Extraordinary" in History of the Class of 1908, Yale College, Quarter Century Record, III, 1914-1939, edited by R. R. Smith, published for the class (New York, 1940).
"Young Men Shall See Visions" in Literature We Appreciate, edited by Russell Blankenship, W. H. Nash, Pauline Warner (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944).
"Candidates in the Spring," Yale Review, n. s., v. 29 (March, 1940), pp. 433-443.
"Chains No Wizard of Efficiency Wm. Allen White Says," Interstate Merchant, St. Louis, Mo., v. 52, March 16, 1940, p. 1.
"A Sage Looks at Swing," Time, New York, v. 35, May 20, 1940, p. 41. (Excerpts from an editorial in the Emporia Gazette.)
"We Are Coming, Father Abraham," Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, Springfield, Ill., v. 1 (June, 1940), pp. 71-81. [Also printed as a separate by the Emporia Gazette, 1940.]
"The Sporting British," Current History, New York, v. 51, June, 1940, p. 51. [Reprinted from the Emporia Gazette.]
"Long Marches and Hard Bivouacs," address before the annual alumni meeting of Kansas University, June 10, 1940, Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 38, June, 1940, pp. 10-12.
"Wendell Willkie," New Republic, v. 102 (June 17, 1940), pp. 818, 819.
"The Freedom That Has Made America Great," Vital Speeches of the Day, v. 6 (August 15, 1940), pp. 642-644.
Destroyers for Great Britain, speech delivered over the Columbia Broadcasting System, August 22, 1940 (New York, Printed by the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, 1940). 4p.
"Is Our Way of Life Doomed?" New York Times Magazine, September 8, 1940, pp. 3, 20, 21.
"Thoughts After the Election," Yale Review, n. s., v. 30 (December, 1940), pp. 217-227.
"Foreword" to Silver Overtones, by Nina Hembling (Mill Valley, Cal., New York, The Wings Press, 1941).

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"Introducing Frank Clough" in William Allen White of Emporia, by Frank C. Clough (New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1941).
"Introduction" to The Public Accepts, by I. E. Lambert (Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1941).
"Introduction" to Salt of the Earth, by Victor Holmes [pseud.] (New York, The Macmillan Company, 1941).
"No References Required" in Life Begins at Seventeen, The Witan, University of Kansas (Lawrence, 1941), p. 93.
Welding New Weapons of Democracy, address delivered at a dinner given by The Churchman, New York, February 25, 1941 (Emporia Gazette, 1941). (Reprinted in The Churchman, New York, v. 155, March 1, 1941, p. 10 ff.)
Choose Ye This Day, speech delivered at the University of Chicago, March 27, 1941 (Emporia Gazette, 1941). 25p.
"White on White," Saturday Review of Literature, v. 24, September 20, 1941, p. 16. (Review of William Allen White of Emporia, by Frank C. Clough.)
"As White Sees Topeka" in Kansas Author's Club Yearbook, 1942 (Topeka, Service Print Shop, 1942), p. 58.
The Editor Speaks (New York, Printed by the National Broadcasting Company, 1942). 2p.
"Kansas on the Move," Kansas Magazine, 1942, pp. 5-7.
"Emporia in Wartime," New Republic, v. 106 (April 13, 1942), pp. 490-492.
"Airplanes and Security," Kansas University Graduate Magazine, v. 40, May-June, 1942, pp. 8, 9.
Youth and the World, address at Randolph-Macon College commencement, June 8, 1942 (Emporia Gazette, 1942). 20p.
"Winning the Peace," New Republic, v. 107 (July 27, 1942), p. 120.
"Editors Live and Learn," Atlantic Monthly, v. 170 (August, 1942), pp. 56-60.
"Unity and American Leadership," Yale Review, n. s., v. 32 (September, 1942), pp. 1-17.
"Newspaper Men at Work," New Republic, v. 107 (December 28, 1942), pp. 862, 863. (Review of Newsmen's Holiday, Harvard University, Nieman Essays: First Series, 1942.)
Between the Devil and the Deep Sea, speech delivered at the Executive's Club of Chicago, March 19, 1943 (Emporia Gazette, 1943); Executive's Club News, Chicago, v. 19, March 30, 1943; Rotarian, v. 63, July, 1943, pp. 10-13; under title "Be of Good Cheer, Little Guy," in Peace Is a Process (Chicago, Rotary International, 1944), pp. 121-124.
"Are We Well Informed," University of Chicago Round Table Transcript, January 17, 1943. 19p. (William Allen White Participating.)
"Remarks" at a dinner of the National Institute of Immigrant Welfare, New York, April 19, 1943 (Emporia Gazette, 1943). 7p.
"It Seems to Will White," Time, v. 41, March 8, 1943, p. 12. "Curb Sovereignty," Rotarian, v. 62, June, 1943, pp. 25, 26.
"Foreword" to The Grounds of an Old Surgeon's Faith, by Arthur E. Hertzler (Halstead, 1944).

DR. WALTER JOHNSON is assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago. See, also, the footnote on page one.
ALBERTA PANTLE is a member of the Library staff of the Kansas Historical Society.