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Roberts, Charles G. D.      
 

Charles G. D. Roberts, House in the Water, Ward Lock & Co., 1908.

Letter dated July 10, 1908 from Ward Lock and Company discusses an arrangement with Charles G. D. Robert to publish six new books and Roberts suggests that PB should illustrate them “much in the same way that Livingston Bull has illustrated the American editions. The first volume we require illustrations for is “The House in the Water.’” Archives of American Art: http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/container/viewer/General-Correspondence-178587 no. 33

For the American edition: C.G. D. Roberts, House in the Water, L. C. Page & Co.. Illustrated and Decorated by Charles Livingston Bull and Frank Vining Smith (no work of PB): https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=coo1.ark:/13960/t9d516h5q;view=1up;seq=11

         
 

C.G.D. Roberts, Kings in Exile, MacMillan. Illustrated by Paul Bransom, John Livingston Bull, and Philip R. Goodwin, 1910. (British edition published by Ward Lock & Co. perhaps published in 1909)

https://books.google.com/books?id=6WYvAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

 

Frontispiece

By Charles Livingston Bull.

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Grey Master," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 99ff.

p. 6

(signed by PB)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Last Bull," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 561 ff.

p. 10

(signed by PB)

Illustration also appeared in: "Last Bull," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 561 ff.

p. 32

(signed by PB)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The King of the Flaming Hoops," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 465 ff.

 

p. 64

(signed by PB)

Illustration also appeared in: "The King of the Flaming Hoops," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 465 ff.

p. 72

(signed by Philip R. Goodwin)

p. 134

(signed by Charles Livingston Bull)

p. 144

Illustrates "The Sun-Gazer"

(signed by PB)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Sun-Gazer," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 219 ff.

 

p. 160

Illustrates "The Sun-Gazer"

(signed by PB)

Iillustration also appeared in: "The Sun-Gazer," The Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909, pp. 219 ff.

p. 188

(signed by PB)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Lord of the Glass House," The Windsor Magazine, v. 29, 1909, pp. 733 ff.

   
         
 

C. G. D. Roberts, Neighbors Unknown, Ward Lock & Co., 1910.

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=chi.086834615;view=1up;seq=13

 

cover

Cover by Charles Livingston Bull. Illustration appeared in Roberts, "The Grey Master," Windsor Magazine, v. 30, 1909.

frontispiece

Illustrates "Marooned"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Marooned," The Windsor Magazine, v. 33, 1910, pp. 35 ff

Title page

p. 15

Illustrates: "Grey Lynx's Last Hunting"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Grey Lynx's Last Hunting," The Windsor Magazine, v. 31, 1909, pp. 315 ff.

 

p. 21

Illustrates: "Grey Lynx's Last Hunting"

p. 33

Illustrates: "On the Roof of the World"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "On the Roof of the World," The Windsor Magazine, v. 31, 1909, pp. 148 ff.

p. 51

Illustrates: "The Sentry of the Sedge Flats"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Sentry of Sedge Flats," The Windsor Magazine, v. 31, 1909, pp. 474 ff.

p. 75

illustrates: "Black Swamp"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Black Swamp," The Windsor Magazine, v. 31, 1909, pp. 776 ff.

 

p. 93

Illustrates: "The Antlers of the Caribou"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Antlers of the Caribou," The Windsor Magazine, v. 31, 1909, pp. 681 ff.

p. 107

Illustrates: "The Isle of Birds"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Isle of Birds," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 69 ff.

p. 145

Illustrates: "A Torpedo in Feathers"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "A Torpedo of Feathers," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 589 ff.

p. 171

Illustrates: "A Tree-Top Aeronaut"

The story and illustration also appeared in: "A Tree-top Aeronaut," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 323 ff.

 

p. 193

Illustrates: "Little Bull of the Barrens"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Little Bull of the Barrens," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 202 ff.

p. 219

Illustrates: "The Tunnel Runners"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Tunnel Runners," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 472 ff.

p. 245

Illustrates: "The Theft"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Theft," The Windsor Magazine, v. 32, 1910, pp. 699 ff./

 
         
 

C.G.D. Roberts, More Kindred of the Wild, Ward Lock & Co., 1911

https://archive.org/details/morekindredofwil00robeuoft

 

frontispiece

Illustrates: "Ishmael of the Hemlocks"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Ishamel of the Hemlocks," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 179 ff.

title page

p. 15

Illustrates: "The Tiger of the Sea"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Tiger of the Sea," The Windsor Magazine, v. 33, 1911, pp. 533 ff.

p. 67

Illustrates: "Keepers of the Nest"

(illustration reused in The Feet of the Furtive, p. 38)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Keepers of the Nest," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 349 ff.

 

p. 97

Illustrates: "In the Year of No Rabbits"

(illustration reused in The Feet of the Furtive, p. 66)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "In the Year of No Rabbits," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 471 ff.

p. 117

Illustrates: "Puck o' the Dusk"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Puck O' the Dusk," The Windsor Magazine, v. 33, 1911, pp. 775 ff.

p. 137

Illustrates: "A Harassed Householder"

(illustration reused in The Feet of the Furtive, p. 290)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "A Harassed Householder," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 93 ff.

p. 157

Illustrates: " Mothers of the North"

The story and illustration also appeared in: "Mothers of the North," The Windsor Magazine, v. 33, 1911, pp. 417 ff.

 

p. 227

Illustrates: "The Moose that Knocked at the Door"

(illustration reused in The Feet of the Furtive, p. 290)

     
         
 

C. G. D. Roberts, The Feet of the Furtive, MacMillan, 1913.


https://archive.org/details/feetoffurtive00robe
https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc2.ark:/13960/t1hh6d75p?urlappend=%3Bseq=8
Published in 1912 in a British edition by Ward Lock & Co.

 

Frontispiece

Illustrates: "The Spotted Stranger"

Story and illustration appeared in: “The Spotted Stranger,” The Windsor Magazine, v. 35, 1912, pp. 395 ff.)

Title page

p. 38

Illustrates: "The Keepers of the Nest"

(illustration reused from More Kindred of the Wild, p. 67)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Keepers of the Nest," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 349 ff.

p. 66

Illustrates: "In the Year of No Rabbits"

(illustration reused from More Kindred of the Wild, p. 97)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "In the Year of No Rabbits," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 471 ff.

 

p. 86

Illustrates: "The Invaders"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Invader," The Windsor Magazine, v. 35, 1912, pp. 527 ff.

p. 104

Illustrates: "A Digger of Tubes"

Story and illustration appeared in" "A Digger of Tubes," The Windsor Magazine, v. 36, 1912, pp. 328 ff.

p. 146

Illustrates: "With His Back to the Wall"

Story and illustration appeared in: "With His Back to the Wall," The Windsor Magazine, v. 36, 1912, pp. 437 ff.

The story also appeared in Cosmopolitan, v. 54, 1912, pp. 35 ff. but a different illustration was used.

p. 204

Illustrates: "In the World of Ghost-Lights"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "In the World of the Ghost-Lights," The Windsor Magazine, v. 35, 1912, pp. 305 ff.

 

p. 224

Illustrates: "The Moose that Knocked at the Door"

(illustration reused from More Kindred of the Wild, p. 224)

Copy missing illustration on p. 272

Illustrates: "Puck o' the Dusk"

Story illustrated in More Kindred of the Wild, p. 117)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Puck O' the Dusk," The Windsor Magazine, v. 33, 1911, pp. 775 ff.

p. 290

Illustrates: "A Harassed Householder"

(illustration reused from More Kindred of the Wild, p. 137)

Story and illustration also appeared in: "A Harassed Householder," The Windsor Magazine, v. 34, 1911, pp. 93 ff.

p. 354

Illustrates: "The Feud"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Feud," The Windsor Magazine, v. 36, 1912, pp. 563 ff.

 

p. 364

Illustrates: "Red Dandy and MacTavish"

Story and illustration appeared in: "Red Dandy and MacTavish," The Windsor Magazine, v. 36, 1912, pp. 75 ff.

     
         
 

C. G. D. Roberts, Hoof and Claw, Ward, Lock & Co, 1913 (Copyright 1913, by The Illustrated Sunday Magazine and by the Cosmopolitan Magazine.  Copyright 1914, by the Pictorial Review Company, by the Illustrated Sunday Magazine, by the National Sunday Magazine, by the Cosmopolitan Magazine, and by John Adams Thayer Corporation.

Ward, Lock, 1913: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.b5034682

MacMillan, 1920: https://books.google.com/books?id=Z_08AAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false
 

frontispiece

Illustrates: "The Shadows and John Hatch"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Shadows and John Hatch," The Windsor Magazine,v. 38, 1913, pp. 592 ff.

Title page

p. 21

Illustrates: "The Bear that Thought He Was a Dog"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Bear that Thought He Was a Dog," The Windsor Magazine, v. 37, 1913, pp. 630 ff.

p. 55

Illustrates: " The Trail of the Vanishing Herds"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Trail of the Vanishing Herds," The Windsor Magazine, v. 38, 1913, pp. 190 ff.

 

p. 73

Illustrates: "A Master of Supply"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "A Master of Supply," The Windsor Magazine, v. 37, 1913, pp. 411 ff.

p. 91

Illustrates: "The White Wolf"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The White Wolf," The Windsor Magazine, v. 37, 1913, pp. 164 ff.

p. 113

Illustrates: "Up a Tree"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "Hoof and Claw," The Windsor Magazine, v. 38, 1913, pp. 63 ff.

p. 133

Illustrates: "The Eyes in the Bush"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Eyes in the Bush," The Windsor Magazine, v. 38, 1913, pp. 328 ff.

 

p. 145

Illustrates: "The Runners of the High Peaks"

Story and illustration also appeared in: "The Runners of the High Peaks," The Windsor Magazine, v. 38, 1913, pp. 475 ff.

     
         
 

C. G. D. Roberts, Children of the Wild, MacMillan, 1913

https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011986104?type%5B%5D=all&lookfor%5B%5D=children%20of%20the%20wild&ft=

Macmillan, 1922: https://books.google.com/books?id=cs1TFdNzqxEC&dq=children%20of%20the%20wild&pg=PP7#v=onepage&q=children%20of%20the%20wild&f=false

 

frontispiece

Illustrates: "Teddy Bear's Bee Tree"

Story and illustration appeared in : "Teddy Bear's Bee-Tree: First Paper of the Series entitled "Babes of the Wild," St. Nicholas, v. 40, 1912-13, pp. 231 ff

Title page

p. 20

Illustrates: "The Little Furry Ones that Slide Down Hill"

Story and illustrations appeared in: "The Little Furry Ones that Slide Downhill ('Babes of the Wild III)," St Nicholas, v. 40, March 1913, pp. 397 ff.

p. 32

Illustrates: "The Little Furry Ones that Slide Down Hill"

Story and illustrations appeared in: "The Little Furry Ones that Slide Downhill ('Babes of the Wild III)," St Nicholas, v. 40, March 1913, pp. 397 ff.

 

 

p. 78

Illustrates: "Young Grumpy and the One-Eyed Gander"

Story and illustrations appeared in: "The Adventures of Young Grumpy ('Babes of the Wild II'), St. Nicholas, v. 40, February, 1913, pp. 291 ff.

p. 92

Illustrates: "Young Grumpy and the One-Eyed Gander"

Story and illustrations appeared in: "The Adventures of Young Grumpy ('Babes of the Wild II'), St. Nicholas, v. 40, February, 1913, pp. 291 ff.

p. 152

Illustrates: "Teddy Bear's Bee Tree"

Story and illustration appeared in : "Teddy Bear's Bee-Tree: First Paper of the Series entitled "Babes of the Wild," St. Nicholas, v. 40, 1912-13, pp. 231 ff

p. 260

Illustrates: "The Baby and the Bear"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Baby and the Bear ('Babes of the Wild IV')." St. Nicholas, v. 40, April, 1913, pp. 486 ff.

 

p. 290

Illustrates: "The Baby and the Bear"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Baby and the Bear ('Babes of the Wild IV')." St. Nicholas, v. 40, April, 1913, pp. 486 ff.

 

     
         
 

C.G.D. Roberts, The Secret Trails, MacMillan, 1916.

https://archive.org/stream/secrettrails00robe#page/n7/mode/2up
 

Frontispiece

Illustrates: "The Ledge on Bald Face"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Ledge on Bald Face," The Windsor Magazine, v. 45, 1916, pp. 119 ff.

"Ledge on Bald Face" also published in Cosmopolitan, v. 62, 1916, pp. 4 ff.. PB illustrated story with different pictures.

Title page

p. 10

Illustrates: "The Black Boar of Lonesome Water"

Story and illustration appeared in: "Black Boar of Lonesome Water," The Windsor Magazine, 40, 1914, pp. 193 ff.

 

p. 50

by Cyrus Cuneo

Illustrates: "The Dog that Saved the Bridge"

 

p. 56

Illustrates: "The Calling of the Lop-Horned Bull"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Calling of the Lop-Horned Bull," The Windsor Magazine, v. 40, 1914, pp. 443 ff.

p. 84

Illustrates: "The Aigrette"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Aigrette," The Windsor Magazine, v. 41, 1914, pp. 197 ff.

p. 102

Illustrates: "The Cabin in the Flood"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Cabin in the Flood," The Windsor Magazine, v. 40, 1914, pp. 692 ff.

p. 132

(not by PB)

Illustrates: "The Brothers of the Yoke"

 

p. 160

(by Warwick Reynolds)

Illustrates: "The Cock-Crow"

Paul Bransom illustrated "The Cock-Crow" in Cosmopolitan, v. 61, 1916, p. 314.

 

     
         
 

C. G. D Roberts., The Ledge on Bald Face, Ward, Lock, & Co., 1918, illustrated by Paul Bransom, Cyrus Cuneo, and Warwick Reynolds.

https://archive.org/details/ledgeonbaldface00robe

 

p. 16

Illustrates: "The Ledge on Bald Face"

Story and illustration appeared in: "The Ledge on Bald Face," The Windsor Magazine, v. 45, 1916, pp. 119 ff.

Story but with different illustrations also by PB appeared in Cosmopolitan, v. 62, 1916, pp. 4 ff.

p. 49

Illustrates: "The Eagle"

Story but with different illustrations also by PB appeared in Cosmopolitan, v. 63, 1917, pp. 53 ff.

   
         
Rutledge, Archibald      
 

Archibald Rutledge, Hunters Choice, Barnes, 1946

Not available online

 

Frontispiece

Title page

pp. 8-9

p. 21

 

p. 28

p. 36

p. 44

p. 52

 

pp. 56-57

p. 81

pp. 88-89

p. 112

 

p. 156

p. 164

pp. 176-177

p. 203

         
Squier, Emma Lindsay      
 

Emma Lindsay Squier, The Wild Heart, Cosmopolitan Book Club (the book was serialized in Good Housekeeping from March-October, 1921), 1921

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.hn1jfk;view=1up;seq=5
 

Cover

pp. 12-13

Illustration is based on "The Wild Heart: The Fairy Night," Good Housekeeping, March, 1921, p. 10

p. 32

Illustration is based on "The Wild Heart: The Fairy Night," Good Housekeeping, March, 1921, p. 11

 

pp. 34-35

Story and illustration based on: "The Wild Heart: U-Chu-Ka," Good Housekeeping, April, 1921, p. 31.

 

p. 47

Illustration based on: "The Wild Heart: U-Chu-Ka," Good Housekeeping, April, 1921, p. 33.

p. 66

Story and illustration is based on "The Wild Heart: The Fairy Night," Good Housekeeping, March, 1921, p. 8.

 

pp. 82-83.

Illustration is based on "The Wild Heart: Henry, the Heron," Good Housekeeping, May, 1921, p. 31

 

p. 101

Illustration is based on "The Wild Heart: Alfred the Seal," Good Housekeeping, August, 1921, p. 47.

pp. 124-125

Story and illustration are based on "The Wild Heart: O'Henry the Quail Baby," Good Housekeeping, July, 1921, p. 26.

pp. 144-145

Story and illustration are based on "The Wild Heart: Timothy the Dirty Bear," Good Housekeeping, June, 1921, p. 29.

pp. 168-169

Illustration based on "The Wild Heart: Hector the Hawk," Good Housekeeping, September, 1921, p. 65.

 

p. 189

Story and illustration are based on "The Wild Heart: My Friend Princess," Good Housekeeping, October, 1921, p. 32

p. 208

Illustrates: "Ethel of the Wild Heart"

   
         
 

Emma Lindsay Squier, On Autumn Trails, Cosmopolitan Book Co., 1923.
(book was serialized in Good Housekeeping, September, 1922-January 1923)

(book not available online)
 

Frontispiece

Illustrates: "Where the Death Plant Grew"

Story and illustration appeared in Good Housekeeping, October, 1922, p. 56.

Title page

p. 80

Story and illustration appeared in: "On Autumn Trails: Friends of Quill," Good Housekeeping, December, 1922, pp. 52 ff.

p. 112

Story and illustration appeared in: "On Autumn Trails: In Memory of Loon," Good Housekeeping, February, 1923.

 

p. 236

     
         
Terhune, Albert Payson      
 

Albert Payson Terhune, Gray Dawn, Harper & Brothers, 1927.

 (not available online)
 

p. 52

Illustration originally appeared in: "The Non-Sacred White Elephant," Ladies Home Journal, November, 1925, p. 29.

p. 196

p. 228

Illustration originally appeared in: "Peace and the Pup of War," Ladies Home Journal, April, 1926, p. 28.

 
         
 

Albert Payson Terhune, Lady of Sunnybank, Harper, 1929. ??

(not available online)

         
Thompson, J. K.      
 

J. K. Thompson, Over Indian and Animal Trails,  Stokes, 1918

https://archive.org/details/overindiananimal00thom
 

Frontispiece

Title page

p. 24

p. 54

 

p. 72

p. 98

p. 122

p. 150

 

p. 194

     
         
Yeager, Dorr G.      
 

Dorr G. Yeager, Scarface (Grizzly Bear), Penn Publishing, 1935.

(not available online)

 

Frontispiece

Title Page

p. 52

p. 138

 

p. 176

p. 202

   

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