Willa Cather: A Bibliography

From Part Four, D: Articles, Reviews, and Essays in Newspapers and Periodicals

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982


1891

D1. CONCERNING THOS. CARLYLE. (1) Hesperian, 1 March 1891, pp. 4‑5. (2) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1891, p. 14. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 421‑425.



D2. SHAKESPEARE AND HAMLET [part 1]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 November 1891, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 426‑432.



D3. SHAKESPEARE AND HAMLET [part 2]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 November 1891, p. 11. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 432‑436.



1893

D4. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [series title; sketch of a Salvation Army service]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 November 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 5‑7, 10, 25‑26.



D5. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [description of a Roman Catholic church; the Lincoln cemetery, Wyuka; sketches of Lincoln street personalities]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 November 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 9‑10, 14‑15, 16, 21‑22.



D6. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [sketches of Lincoln, Nebraska, and townspeople]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 November 1893, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 17‑19, 23, 26‑27.



D7. AMUSEMENTS [series title; review of Walker Whiteside in Richelieu ]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 November 1893, p.6



D8. AMUSEMENTS [review of Clara Morris in Camille]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 November 1893, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 262‑263. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 43‑44.



D9. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 November 1893, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 10‑11, 13‑14, 44‑45.



D10. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in Virginius]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 November 1893, p.6.



D11. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [vignettes, Robert Downing). (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 December 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 11‑13, 15‑16, 24‑25, 26, 27‑28.



D12. AMUSEMENTS [review of Friends with title '"Friends" is Purely Ideal', signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1893, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 263‑264. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 28‑29.



D13. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 December 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 7‑9, 16‑17, 19‑20, 20‑21, 29.



1894

D14. AMUSEMENTS [review of Emily Bancker in Gloriana with the title 'Even the Servants were Ideal', signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 January 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 264‑265.



D15. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lewis Morrison's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 January 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 76‑77.



D16. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1894, p. 3.



D17. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [comments on theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 January 1894, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 140, 174‑175, 205‑206, 207, 256‑257.



D18. AMUSEMENTS [review of James O'Neill in Monte Cristo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 256.



D19. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [Mme. Doenhoff; remuneration to artists]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 January 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 175‑I76, 182‑183.



D20. AMUSEMENTS [the Kendals in The Ironmaster]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1894, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 33‑35.



D21. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Spider and the Fly]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 February 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 252‑253.



D22. THE CRITIC'S PROVINCE [editorial]. (I) Nebraska State Journal, 11 February 1894, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 68‑69.



D23. PLAYS AND PLAYERS [series title; Lincoln theatregoers, the Kendals, the Gerry Society; signed 'Deus Gallery']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 February 1894, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 50‑51, 84.



D24. AMUSEMENTS [review of Fantasma]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 February 1894, p. 5.



D25. THE CURTAIN FALLS [Greek and Latin plays at the Lansing Theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 72‑74.



D26. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Duel of Hearts with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 February 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 265‑267.



D27. AMUSEMENTS [reviews of The Setting of the Sun and The Dowager Countess, with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 February 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 267.



D28. AMUSEMENTS [review of In Old Kentucky]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 February 1894, p. 5.



D29. AMUSEMENTS [review of Greek and Latin plays]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 216.



D30. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Greek tragedy, Lillian Lewis, Ostrovsky, Modjeska]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 February 1894, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 134‑135, 220‑221. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 37‑38, 61‑62, 74‑75, 96.



D31. AMUSEMENTS [review of Julia Marlowe in The Love Chase]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1894, p. 3. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 1‑2.



D32 AMUSEMENTS [review of The Ensign]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 March 1894, p. 3. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 2‑3.



D33. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Julia Marlowe, Steele MacKaye, Sarah Bernhardt, Olive May; signed 'Deus Gallery']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 33‑34, 35‑36 (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 36‑37, 39‑40, 41‑42.



D34. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Modjeska, Maggie Mitchell, Warde, James, English taste]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 36, 37. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 199, 221‑222, 223, 224. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 38, 51, 62‑63.



D35. AMUSEMENTS [review of Romeo and Juliet with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 March 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 84‑86.



D36. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Duel of Hearts with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 March 1894, p. 2.



D37. AMUSEMENTS [review of The White Squadron]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 March 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 253.



D38. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Idea]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 March 1984, p. 3.



D39. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Voodoo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 March 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 251‑252.



D40. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lewis Morrison in Richelieu]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 March 1894, p. 3.



D41. BETWEEN THE ACTS [series title; on criticism, Clara Morris, Lewis Morrison]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 186‑187. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 46‑49, 77.



D42. AMUSEMENTS [review of Herrmann the Magician]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 March 1894, p.8. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, p. 3.



D43. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Lincoln theatres, Marie Tempest]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 April 1894, p. 13. Authenticity conjectured by Slote and Curtin.



D44. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 April 1894, p. 5.



D45. AMUSEMENTS [review of Marie Tempest in The Fencing Master]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 April 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 169‑170.



D46. AMUSEMENTS [review of William Crane in Brother John]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 April 1894, p.6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 78‑79.



D47. AMUSEMENTS [review of Police Patrol]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 April 1894, p.6.



D48. AMUSEMENTS [Delia Fox and DeWolf Hopper in Panjandrum]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 April 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 170‑171.



D49. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Cora Tanner, Mounet‑Sully, Marie Tempest]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 37‑38. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 127‑128, 215‑216. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 51, 80‑82.



D50. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Mrs. Kendal, Gilbert and Sullivan, Rider Haggard's She]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 April 1894, p. 13 (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 38‑40.



D51. AMUSEMENTS [review of a minstrel show]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 April 1894, p. 3.



D52. AMUSEMENTS [review of She]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 April 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 267‑268.



D53. BETWEEN THE ACTS [on dramatizing novels; Sousa, Richard Mansfield]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 209, 253.



D54. AMUSEMENTS [review of Mansfield in Beau Brummell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 April 1894, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 122‑123.



D55. AMUSEMENTS [review of The District Fair]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1894, p. 5.



D56. AMUSEMENTS [vaudeville]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 April 1894, p. 6.



D57. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Richard Mansfield, Shakespeare's birthday]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):67‑68. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare'. (3) Kingdom of Art, p. 123. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 54‑56, 83‑84.



D58. AMUSEMENTS [review of Salvini in The Three Guardsmen]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 May 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 121‑122, 247.



D59. AMUSEMENTS [review of Sousa band concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 199‑201.



D60. AMUSEMENTS [review of recital by Fred Emerson Brooks]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1894, p. 2.



D61. AMUSEMENTS [review of Blind Tom, Negro pianist]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 May 1894, p. 6. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):343‑344. Title: 'Willa Cather: A Portfolio'. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.166‑167.



D62. UNDER THE WHITE TENTS [feature story on circus]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 May 1894, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 100‑102.



D63. THE COMPETITIVE DRILL [feature story]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 May 1894, p. 13.



D64. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lady Windermere's Fan, signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 June 1894, p. 1. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 388‑389. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 90‑92.



D65. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Chimes of Normandy, signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1894, p. 2. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 3‑4.



D66. THE FOURTH AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 5 July 1894, p. 8. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):119, 121, 123. Title: 'Willa Cather Reports Chautauqua 1894' (selections). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, pp. 1‑2.



D67. AT THE CHAUTAUQUA. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 6 July 1894, p. 1. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120, 122. Title as in D66(2). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, p. 2.



D68. NOTABLE CONCERT. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 7 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):119, 123‑124. Title as in D66(2).



D69. SUNDAY AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 9 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120‑121, 122. Title as in D66(2). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, pp. 2‑3.



D70. LIFE AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 10 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120, 124‑125. Title as in D66(2).



D71. IN DUNNING HALL. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 11 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):126. Title as in D66(2).



D72. CRETE CHAUTAUQUA. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 12 July 1894, p. 4. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):125. Title as in D66(2).



D73. MRS. FISK'S CONCERT. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 13 July 1894, p. 5.



D74. EMPTY COTTAGES. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 14 July 1894, p. 1. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):126‑127. Title as in D66(2).



D75. AN OLD RIVER METROPOLIS [feature story on Brownville, Nebraska]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 August 1894, p. 13. (2) American Heritage, October 1970, pp. 68‑72. Omits last 2 paragraphs. Title: 'Ghost Town on the River'. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 103‑112.



D76. AMUSEMENTS [review of Cora Potter and Kyrle Bellew in In Society]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 August 1894, p. 6. Slote questions authenticity in Kingdom of Art. Based on letter #0018, Kari Ronning has demonstrated that Cather was not in Lincoln for the performance but was in Red Cloud, so the article is almost certainly not written by her.



D77. AMUSEMENTS [review of Roland Reed in The Woman Hater]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 September 1894, p. 5.



D78. AMUSEMENTS [review of Royal Entertainers in vaudeville]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 September 1894, p. 6.



D79. AMUSEMENTS [review of Underground). (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 September 1894, p. 3.



D80. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [series title; art exhibits at the State Fair, du Maurier's Trilby]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 183, 362.



D81. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [use of libraries, Annie Kenwick, Marion Manola, Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins, the duty of an author]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 180‑181, 406‑407.



D82. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Devil's Auction]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 September 1894, p. 3.



D83. AMUSEMENTS [review of Uncle Tom's Cabin]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 September 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 269‑270. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):118. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D84. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [music and theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 216‑217.



D85. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in The Gladiator]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 October 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 270‑272.



D86. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Derby Winner]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 October 1894, p. 6.



D87. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [William McKinley, Robert Downing, church music, theatre notes]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 177‑178. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 117‑118.



D88. AMUSEMENTS [review of Gloriana]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 October 1894, p. 2.



D89. AMUSEMENTS [review of Charley's Aunt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 October 1894, p. 5.



D90. AMUSEMENTS [review of Rush City]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 October 1894, p. 6.



D91. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Duse, Bernhardt, town and gown, Oliver Wendell Holmes, war in China, practical education]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 117‑118. (3) W&P, pp. 112‑115, 129‑130.



D92. UNDER GOLDEN LEAVES OF AUTUMN [account of the Woods wedding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 October 1894, p. 6.



D93. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Lincoln concert season, Queen Victoria, the artist's role, standards of criticism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 141‑142, 176‑177, 257‑258. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 52, 70‑71.



D94. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Hustler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 October 1894, p. 2.



D95. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Trilby, theatre audiences, Sordello Clubs, interview with an actor in the penitentiary]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 142‑143, 179‑180, 184‑185. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 115‑116, 131‑132.



D96. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Wife's Honor]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 October 1894, p. 2.



D97. AMUSEMENTS [review of Married for Money]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 October 1894, p. 6.



D98. MUSIC AND DRAMA [series title; review of Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 November 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.241‑242.



D99. MORE OR LESS PERSONAL [Hoyt, The Green Carnation, Bacon and Shakespeare, Duse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 November 1894, p. 12. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):68‑71. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare'. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 135‑136, 152‑153, 242. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 56‑57, 86‑89.



D100. AMUSEMENTS [review of Royle's Friends]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 November 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 272‑273.



D101. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hot Tamales]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 November 1894, p. 5.



D102. AMUSEMENTS [review of Oh, What a Night]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 November 1894, p. 6.



D103. AMUSEMENTS [review of H.M.S. Pinafore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 November 1894, p. 6.



D104. AS YOU LIKE IT [series title; Olga Nethersole, private libraries, Bliss Carman, Pauline Hall, the French]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 137, 181, 224. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 58‑59, 116, 119‑120, 134‑135.



D105. MUSIC AND DRAMA [review of Jane and The Great Mogul; Gustave Frohman's Company No. 13]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 November 1894, p. 2.



D106. AS YOU LIKE IT [on criticism, Mrs. Kendal, Lillie Langtry, Bernhardt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 172, 258‑259. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 40‑41, 63‑65, 93‑95.



D107. AMUSEMENTS [review of Pauline Hall in Dorcas]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 November 1894, p. 2.



D108. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Wilber Entertainment Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 November 1894, p. 6.



D109. AS YOU LIKE IT [Pauline Hall, operetta stars, death of Anton Rubinstein]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 134, 228‑229. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 65‑66, 121, 167‑169, 172‑174.



D110. AS YOU LIKE IT [football, stage marriages, Robert B. Mantell, Maurice Barrymore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 151‑152, 212‑213.



D111. AMUSEMENTS [review of Nat Goodwin in A Gilded Fool]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 December 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 128‑129.



D112. MUSIC AND DRAMA [review of A Summer Blizzard]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 December 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 252.



D113. ENTERTAINMENTS [Dr. McIntyre, review of Killarney]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 December 1894, p. 2.



D114. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Tavary Grand Opera Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1894, p. 4. (2) KA, pp. 131‑132.



D115. AS YOU LIKE IT [Nat Goodwin, William Crane in Brother John, Lillian Russell, living pictures]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 129‑130, 229. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 59‑60, 79‑80, 121.



D116. THE TAVARY COMPANY [review of Helena von Doenhoff in Il trovatore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 December 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132.



D117. AMUSEMENTS [review of Thomas Q. Seabrooke in Isle of Champagne]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1894, p. 6.



D118. AMUSEMENTS [review of O'Neil, Washington, D.C.]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 December 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 250‑251.



D119. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespearean comedy, stage realism, the artist's social role, von Doenhoff]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 52‑54, 96‑97, 122‑123.



D120. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lady Windermere's Fan]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 December 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 92.



D121. AMUSEMENTS [review of In Old Kentucky]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 December 1894, p. 3.



D122. AS YOU LIKE IT [Stevenson, Kipling, Trilby]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 311‑313, 316‑318, 363‑365. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 132‑134, 135‑139.



D123. AS YOU LIKE IT [Zola and Bernhardt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 116‑117. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 139‑142.



1895

D124. AMUSEMENTS [review of Sol Smith Russell in The Heir at Law]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 January 1895, p. 6.



D125. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Charity Ball]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 237. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 220.



D126. AS YOU LIKE IT [Haydon Art Club, Belasco, criticism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 217‑219. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.124‑127, 233‑234.



D127. AMUSEMENTS [Review of Thro' the War]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 January 1895, p. 2.



D128. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Jolly Good Fellow]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 252.



D129. AMUSEMENTS [review of Yon Yonson]. (1) NSJ, 12 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 273.



D130. AS YOU LIKE IT [Sappho, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Christina Rossetti]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 346‑349. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 143‑147.



D131. AMUSEMENTS [review of Warde and James in Henry IV]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 288‑290.



D132. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespeare's histories, Julia Marlowe]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):71‑73. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare' (selection). (3) Kingdom of Art pp. 290‑291. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 230‑231.



D133. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's Men and Women]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 237‑238.



D134. AMUSEMENTS [review of elocutionist and violin recital]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 January 1895, p. 6.



D135. AMUSEMENTS [review of J. K. Emmett in Fritz in a Madhouse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 139‑140.



D136. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Girl I Left behind]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1895, p. 6.



D137. AS YOU LIKE IT (Belasco, Bernice Wheeler, von Doenhoff, Dumas fils, Nat Goodwin]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 238‑240, 247‑248. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 175‑176, 220‑223.



D138. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hendrick Hudson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 February 1895, p. 5.



D139. AMUSEMENTS [review of Charley's Aunt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 February 1895, p. 6.



D140. AS YOU LIKE IT [interview with Gustave Frohman]. (1) 3 February 1895, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 224‑228.



D141. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Temperance Town]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1895, p. 6.



D142. AS YOU LIKE IT [Mendelssohn concert, Charles Hoyt, Russian ballerina Ksheninka]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 February 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 242‑243. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 177‑178, 234.



D143. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Passport]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 February 1895, p. 2.



D144. AS YOU LIKE IT [François Coppée]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 326‑327. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 147‑149.



D145. AMUSEMENTS [review of Eddie Foy in Off the Earth]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 February 1895, p. 8.



D146. AS YOU LIKE IT [Browning, Max O'Rell lecture, Katherine Kidder as Madame San Gêne]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 137‑138, 150‑151. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 188‑190, 204‑205.



D147. AMUSEMENTS [review of Steele MacKaye's The New 'Paul Kauvar']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 February 1895, p. 6.



D148. AMUSEMENTS [review of Clay Clement in The New Dominion]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 March 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 124‑125.



D149. AMUSEMENTS [review of Marie Tempest in The Fencing Master]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 137.



D150. AS YOU LIKE IT [Dorothy Morton, Clay Clement]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 124.



D151. AS YOU LIKE IT [Clay Clement, Modjeska, Hamlet, Mrs. James Potter]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 144‑145. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 190‑193, 194‑195, 231‑232.



D152. AS YOU LIKE IT [Falstaff, Emma Eames in Otello]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 214‑215. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 178‑182.



D153. AMUSEMENTS [review of Griffith's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 April 1895, p. 8.



D154. AS YOU LIKE IT [dramatization of Trilby, actors' private lives]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 133. (3) The World & the Parish, 193‑194, 240‑241.



D155. AS YOU LIKE IT [Nebraska (play), Beerbohm Tree, Hamlin Garland]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 223‑224. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 198.



D156. AMUSEMENTS [review of Bronson Howard's Shenadoah]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 April 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 253‑254. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 228‑229.



D157. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 April 1895, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 274‑275.



D158. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespeare, Sardou, Madame Réjane]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):73‑74. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare' (selections). (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 286‑288. (4) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):117‑118. 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl'". (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 199‑200, 232‑233, 234‑235.



D159. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in Inez]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 April 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 275‑277.



D160. AMUSEMENTS [review of Effie Ellsler in Doris]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 April 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 139.



D161. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in The Buckeye]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1895, p. 8.



D162. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Wainwright in The Daughters of Eve, John L. Sullivan, Lillian Russell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 April 1895, p. 14. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 230‑231.



D163. AS YOU LIKE IT [Bernhardt, Salvini, Max O'Rell, Mark Twain]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1895, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 150‑151.



D164. AS YOU LIKE IT [Clara Morris and others, Julia Magruder's Princess Sonia]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 May 1895, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 152‑153, 196, 216‑217.



D165. AMUSEMENTS [review of Emily Bancker in Our Flat]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 May 1895, p. 6.



D166. AS YOU LIKE IT [Lillian Russell, Ada Rehan, Nethersole, Lady Windermere's Fan]. (1) NSJ, 19 May 1895, p. 12. (2) KA, pp. 208, 389‑390. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 153‑154.



D167. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Tempest, Chicago Chap‑Book, Hobart Chatfield‑Taylor]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 May 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.224‑225. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 155‑157.



D168. AS YOU LIKE IT [Trilby fad, Warde and James, Henry IV, Sardou]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 June 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 118, 205.



D169. AMUSEMENTS [review of Oriole Opera Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1895, p. 6.



D170. AS YOU LIKE IT [Princess Sonia, Melba]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 June 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132.



D171. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Burroughs, Duse, French taste). (I) Nebraska State Journal, 16 June 1895, P. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 118‑1 ig, 15 3‑154, 26o‑26i. (3) The World & the Parish, PP‑195, 207‑209, 235.

D172. AS YOU LIKE IT [Henry Irving, Beerbohm Tree, Rubinstein, Max O'Rell, French and American women]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 June 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 160‑161, 189‑191.



D173. AS YOU LIKE IT [William Winter as critic, Lillian Russell, Otis Skinner, Katherine Fisk]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 July 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 198.



D174. AS YOU LIKE IT [When Dreams Come True (Edgar Saltus), William Dean Howells, Bernhardt's book]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 July 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, 198‑199, 259‑260, 260‑261.



D175. THE PASSING SHOW [series title; Dumas fils, Bernhardt, Zola, Mary Anderson, Augustin Daly, Clara Morris]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 July 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 155, 181. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.196‑197, 200‑202, 224.



D176. THE PASSING SHOW [Henry Guy Carleton, Belasco, Olive May interview, Howells, Henry James, Browning]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 August 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 243‑246. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 203‑204, 237‑239.



D177. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Madame Carvalho, Melba, America and Rome, Marlowe in Henry IV, Stanley Weyman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 August 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 161‑162, 195, 216, 323. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 182‑185, 205‑206.



D178. THE PASSING SHOW [Patti, de Reszke, Calvé, Mansfield, Shaw, Hamlet, DeWolf Hopper, Trilby, opening of the Creighton Theatre in Omaha]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 August 1895, pp. 6‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 254‑255.



D179. THE PASSING SHOW [Felix Morris, Eddie Foy, Rubinstein's son, Royle's Mexico, the Bowery]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 31 August 1895, p. 6‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 195‑197. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 235‑236.



D180. AMUSEMENTS [review of exhibition of hypnotism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 September 1895, p. 6.



D181. AMUSEMENTS [review of Roland Reed in The Politician]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 September 1895, p. 2.



D182. THE PASSING SHOW [Julia Arthur, dramatizing Romola, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Calvé, Mascagni]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) YA, pp. 162‑163, 201, 209‑210. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 210‑211, 241.



D183. THE THEATRES [series title; review of Roland Reed in The Politician, the Flints' hypnotism act]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 September 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 277‑278.



D184. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in The Buckeye]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 September 1895, p. 8.



D185. AMUSEMENTS [review of Griffith's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 September 1895, p.8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 279‑280.



D186. THE PASSING SHOW [George Sand's Consuelo, Kipling Anthony Hope Hawkins, the Dovey sisters]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 146‑147, 210, 318‑321.



D187. THE THEATRES [review of Griffith's Faust, the Spooners]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 September 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 280‑281.



D188. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine, Duse, Sir Henry Irving Marion Crawford]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 119, 329. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 209‑210, 211‑212, 261‑262.



D189. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Hustler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 September 1895, p. 8.



D190. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Wife]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 September 1895, p. 3.



D191. AMUSEMENTS [review of Rush City]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 September 1895, p. 8.



D192. THE PASSING SHOW [Oscar Wilde, Judith Gautier, Zélie de Lussan, Clara Morris]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 133, 138‑139, 390‑393. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 263‑266.



D193. THE THEATRES [review of Belasco's The Wife]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, p.8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 281‑282.



D194. MAN AND WOMAN I A SYMPOSIUM [1 part only signed by WC]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 127.



D195. AMUSEMENTS [review of William Gillette in Too Much Johnson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 October 1895, p. 3.



D196. THE PASSING SHOW [Nell Gwyn, Maude Adams, Richard Harding Davis, Howells, Harper's, Paganini]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 164‑165, 358‑359. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 266‑267.



D197. THE THEATRES [review of William Gillette in Too Mucb Johnson]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 October 1895, p. 8.



D198. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Contented Woman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 October 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 243.



D199. THE PASSING SHOW [Edgar Allan Poe]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 380‑387. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 157‑163.



D200. AMUSEMENTS [review of Human Hearts]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 October 1895, p. 6.



D201. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Dovey sisters]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 October 1895, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 148.



D202. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Harding Davis, Anne Reeve Aldrich, Amélie Rives Chandler, Margaret Mather, Cora Potter]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 213‑214.



D203. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lillian Lewis in Cleopatra]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 October 1895, p. 6. (2) KA, pp. 292‑293. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):116‑117. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D204. AMUSEMENTS [DeWolf Hopper in Wang]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 October 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 140.



D205. THE PASSING SHOW [Lillian Lewis as Cleopatra, Josef Hofmann]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 148‑149, 293‑297. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):117. Title 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 185‑186, 242‑246.



D206. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Globe Trotter]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 October 1895, p. 6.



D207. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 October 1895, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 275.



D208. THE PASSING SHOW [DeWolf Hopper, Romance, Stevenson's letters, Nat Goodwin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 2 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.130‑131, 231‑233, 313‑314. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 214‑216, 268‑270, 271.



D209. THE THEATRES [reviews of Mrs. Dion Boucicault in The Globe Trotter; The Black Crook]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 2 November 1895, p. 8.



D210. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Colonel's Wives]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 November 1895, p. 3.



D211. THE PASSING SHOW [Hope's Zenda stories, Pierre Loti's The Romance of a Spahi, Dumas's La route de Thibes, Death of Eugene Field, The Colonel's Wives]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 9 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 215, 321, 322, 365‑367. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 272.



D212. THE PASSING SHOW [overproductive writers, James]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.222‑223, 360‑361. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 273‑275.



D213. AMUSEMENTS [review of Walker Whiteside in Hamlet]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 November 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 304‑305. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 247‑248.



D214. THE PASSING SHOW [Ouida and women novelists, Whiteside's Hamlet]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 November 1895, pp. 7‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 305‑308, 408‑409. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 248‑251, 275‑277.



D215. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in Sardou's Helena]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 November 1895, p. 3.



D216. AMUSEMENTS [Emily Bancker in Our Flat]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 November 1895, p. 6.



D217. THE PASSING SHOW [Swinburne, Scottish writers, Ian Maclaren, Samuel Crockett, James M. Barrie]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 338‑341, 349‑350. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 277‑279.



D218. AMUSEMENTS [Effie Ellsler in As You Like It]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 December 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 298. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):118‑119. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D219. AMUSEMENTS [Newest Devil's Auction]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 December 1895, p. 3.



D220. AMUSEMENTS [Louis James in Othello]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 299‑300. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 252‑253.



D221. THE PASSING SHOW [Dumas fils, Paderewski, Heine, Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 December 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 183‑184, 204, 248‑249.



D222. THE PASSING SHOW [Louis James as Othello, Mansheld charity concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 December 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 202, 300‑302. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 253‑254.



1896

D223. THE PASSING SHOW [Stevenson's letters, Victor Maurel, Calvé, Clay Clement]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.214, 314‑316.



D224. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine's The Bondman, Campanini, divorce of Sadie Martinot, Ladies' Home Journal]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 165‑166, 187‑189, 329‑330.



D225. THE PASSING SHOW [Yvette Guilbert, Poet Laureate Alfred Austin, monument to Stevenson, Lillie Langtry, Walt Whitman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 166‑167, 192, 225‑228, 351‑353. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):119. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 280‑282.



D226. THE PASSING SHOW [James Lane Allen, Bernhardt, death of Pearl Etynge]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.120‑121, 330‑331.



D227. AMUSEMENTS [Albert Hart in Wang]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 January 1896, p. 6.



D228. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Verlaine, Hardy's Jude the Ohscure]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 359‑360, 393‑397. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 282‑286.



D229. AMUSEMENTS [the Holdens in Roxy, The Waif]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 February 1896, p. 6.



D230. THE PASSING SHOW [the English poet laureate, Dumas fils, Robert G. Ingersoll]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 192‑193, 210‑211, 225, 249.



D231. THE PASSING SHOW [Zola's The Fat and the Thin, Bernhardt, Margaret Mather]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 368‑371.



D232. THE PASSING SHOW [Eugene Field's The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac, Oscar Hammerstein, Marie Corelli]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 193‑194, 202‑203, 208‑209, 254, 332‑333.



D233. THE PASSING SHOW [Saltus's Mary Magdalen, Richard Hovey, Ambroise Thomas, and Père‑Lachaise, Duse‑Bernhardt duel]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 167‑168, 354‑356, 415‑417.



D234. THE PASSING SHOW [Byron, Herbert Bates, Amélie Rives, summary of theatre season]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 March 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 203‑204, 334‑335, 398‑399. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 254‑255.



D235. THE PASSING SHOW [Conan Doyle, Dumas père, prodigies, Max Nordau, Anatole France]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 324‑325, 327‑328.



D236. THE PASSING SHOW [Herbert Bates, Anna Karenina, mystery stories, Stevenson's The Wrecker, Duse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 154, 193, 335‑336, 378‑379. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 287‑288.



D237. AMUSEMENTS [review of Fleur de Lis]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 March 1896, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 283‑284.



D238. AMUSEMENTS [Richard Mansfield in A Parisian Romance]. (1) NSJ, 29 March 1896, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 284‑285. (3) The World & the Parish pp. 217‑218.



D239. THE PASSING SHOW [dramatization of James's The Tragic Muse, Sol Smith Russell in Mr.Valentine's Christmas and An Everyday Man]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 361‑362. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 288‑289.



D240. THE PASSING SHOW [Murger's Scènes de la vie de Bohème, death of Jennie Kimball. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 April 1896, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 410‑414. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 292‑296.



D241. THE PASSING SHOW [The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard, Tom Brown's Schooldays, Mansfield, Minnie Maddern Fiske]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 April 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 328‑329, 336‑338.



D242. THE PASSING SHOW [Anthony Hope's Phroso, Beatrice Harraden, Chicago Chap‑Book, Sir Richard and Lady Burtntl, 'Kathleen Mavourneen']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 April 1896, p. 13. (2) KA, pp. 168‑169, 185‑186, 322. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 289‑290.



D243. THE PASSING SHOW [Hovey and Carman, Bernhardt, Lillian Russell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 353‑354. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 290‑292.



D244. THE PASSING SHOW [Mary Anderson, Paderewski's prize for American composers]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 155‑159. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 202.



D245. THE PASSING SHOW [The Rivals, prolific authors, notes on stars]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 May 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 262‑263.



D246. THE PASSING SHOW [Ruskin, Tolstoi's new art]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 378, 400‑404. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 291‑292, 297‑301.



D247. THE PASSING SHOW [Burns, Scottish writers, Kipling, the Balestiers]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 May 1896, p. 13. (2) YA, pp. 341‑344.



D248. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Humphry Ward and George Eliot, Nethersole and Daly, Henry Irving]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 216, 375‑377.



D249. THE PASSING SHOW [letter from Clay Clement, Daudet and the roman à clef]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1896, p. 13.



D250. AMUSEMENTS [Boston Comic Opera Company in Olivette]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 June 1896, p. 6.



D251. THE PASSING SHOW [F. H. Burnett's A Lady of Quality, Abbey and Grau, death of Clam Wieck Schumann]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 June 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 169‑170, 197‑198, 372‑374.



D252. LA PUCELLE AGAIN [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, August 1896, p. 12.



D 252.1.  THE FINGERBOARD [Alludes to Cather's advent as youth editor: "The boys and girls should note the announcement (of the letter writing contest) on page 19"]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 27 August 1896, p. 456.



D 252.2. [Announces letter-writing contest on the theme, "the most interesting incidents in {the readers'} summer vacation"]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 27 August 1896, p. 475.



D253. STEVENSON'S MONUMENT. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, p. 3.



D254. TWO WOMEN THE WORLD IS WATCHING [Mrs. William McKinley and Mrs. William Jennings Bryan; signed 'Mary K. Hawley']. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, pp. 4‑5. (2) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 13‑15. Title: 'The Personal Side of William Jennings Bryan' (parts of the original article included). (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 309‑313.



D255. THE BURNS CENTENARY. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 314.



D255.1  OF INTEREST TO OUR YOUNG READERS [announcement of Halloween short story writing contest, the second of four Cather would adjudicate]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 10 September 1896, p. 523.



D255.2  A STORY OF ROTHSCHILD [probable: anecdote about Baron Rothschild, the French capitalist].  A COURTEOUS PRINCE [probable:  anecdote about Princes Oscar and Eugene of Sweden]. [Cf. a mention of Oscar in the April 1, 1897, issue] National Stockman and Farmer, 10 September 1896, p. 523.



D255.3  THE EDITOR'S CHAIR [feature; signed 'The Editor,'  subtitled "Caesar and the Pirates of Pharmacusa"] [Announces irregular series "on the boyhood of some of the world's great men" (in this anecdote, Caesar is actually age 24)] National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 546.



D255.4.  EDUCATING GERMAN PRINCES [probable; short subject in the vein of the "boyhoods of great men."  Its thesis, "Even in childhood royal people undergo unusual trials," is echoed in several future installments of the series] National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 546-47.



D255.5.  A DAKOTA GIRL  [Editor's note: "This is one of the interesting letters received from our young readers about their vacation experience.  Our Eastern young folks will be especially interested in this clear little description of Indian life in Dakota."]. National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 547.  [Cf. a less cheerful epistle about farm life on the northern plains titled "A Letter from South Dakota" published in the NSF's March 11, 1897, issue].



D255.6. KANSAS' USUAL LUCK  [probable: unsigned short subject is almost certainly Cather's by virtue of its ironical humor, regional interest, and thematic and stylistic similarity with "The Hottest Day I Ever Spent," "A Resurrection," and other sketches of river towns like Brownville, Nebraska].  National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 547.



D256. [Review of Roland Reed in The Wrong Mr. Wright]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 September 1896, p. 9.



D256.1  THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature, signed 'The Editor,' subtitled "The Great Man of China"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 24 September 1896, p. 565. [The second installment of Cather's "boyhoods of great men" profiled Chinese general and diplomat Li Hung Chang, then touring the United States.  Cather rewrote this piece as two separate articles for the HM's October 1896 issue: the first an unsigned editorial (presumably for all ages), the second for Home Monthly's youth department, "With the Young Folks," signed "Leslie Helmer"].



D256.2.  [The rules for the Halloween story writing contest are repeated with two additions: stories are to be written in ink on one side of the page only, and the author's name needs be included, even if the story is signed with a pen name] National Stockman and Farmer, 24 September 1896, p. 565.



D257. NORDICA HAS RETURNED [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, October 1896, p. 14.



D258. PRODIGAL SALARIES TO SINGERS [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, October 1896, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 315‑316.



D258.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature, signed 'The Editor,' subtitled "Some Facts about Grant"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 October 1896, p. 618-19. [Third in the "boyhoods of great men" series; primary focus is Grant's boyhood passion for horses].



D259. [Review of Sol Smith Russell in A Bachelor's Romance]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 13 October 1896, p. 10.



D259.1.  THOSE HALLOWEEN STORIES  [Notes that stories are arriving in great numbers; predicts that the first (and perhaps the second) place winner would be published in the next issue.  Actually, the three prize-winning stories appeared on 29 October, when they covered for Cather's absence]. National Stockman and Farmer, 15 October 1896, p. 642.



D259.2.  THE EDITOR'S TALK. [With this issue,"The Editor's Talk" turned from heads of state to polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen, who only weeks before had returned from his unsuccessful three-year-long attempt at the North Pole.  Cather predicts, "if the pole is ever reached at all, ten chances to one it will be by an American"] National Stockman and Farmer, 15 October 1896, p. 642.  [Cf. "What Nansen Found," excerpted from Golden Days and placed in the 19 November 1896 National Stockman and Farmer (762), and a third mention of Nansen, reprinted from the Atlanta Constitution, that appeared in the 10 December 1896 issue of the National Stockman and Farmer, titled "A Wonderful Story" (835)].



D259.3.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [On the Sultan of Turkey; while admitting the slaughter of Armenians was "entirely without excuse," the editor focuses on his fabulous fortune and his gentle family life]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 October 1896, p. 666.



D260. THE ORIGIN OF THANKSGIVING [signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 8.



D261. DEATH OF GEORGE DUMAURIER. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 316‑318.



D262. THE RETURN OF THE ROMANTIC DRAMA [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 318.



D263. [Review of Joseph Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 November 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 422‑423.



D263.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [Praises the entrants and announces the prizewinners of the Halloween story contest.  Cather then addresses the practical value of learning to write: "While it is by no means desirable that everyone should write as a business, it is very desirable indeed that everyone should learn to write well." National Stockman and Farmer, 12 November 1896, p. 738.



D263.2.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [On Czar Nicholas II.   Rather than treating the czar's boyhood, Cather discusses the recent "tour through all the European countries" by  "the young Czar" and his family. Much of the column is an excerpted description of the Czar's armored train.   The account of his reception by the French corresponds in subject and timing with an unsigned editorial in the Dec. 1896 Home Monthly titled "How Paris Entertained the Czar" (11)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 19 November 1896, p. 762.



D264. [Review of the Hollands in A Superfluous Husband and Colonel Carter of Cartersville, signed 'Willa']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 November 1896, p. 5. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 2. Title 'The Hollands at the Grand'.



D264.2. OF INTEREST TO OUR YOUNG READERS: THE STOCKMAN'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO ITS YOUNG READERS.  [The beginning of this announcement of the third contest Cather would administer may have been written by T. E. Orr, but an appended offer for "the little folks" for the best letter to the editor is in Cather's voice and offers a fifth prize typical of her: Carroll's Alice in Wonderland]. National Stockman and Farmer, 26 November 1896, p 785.



D265. THE THREE HOLY KINGS [WC, trans.]. (1) Home Monthly, December 1896, cover and p. 1.



D266. "IAN MACLAREN" AS A MINISTER [editorial] (1) Home Monthly, December 1896, p. 12.



D267. [Review of Hoyt's A Milk White Flag; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 December 1896, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 467‑468.



D268. THE PASSING SHOW [Massenet's Eve, E. M. Holland in A Social Highwayman, Campanini. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 377‑381.



D269. [Review of Thoroughbred; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 December 1896, p. 2. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, pp. 2‑3. Title 'It Lacks Continuity'.



D269.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.  [Discourse on homemade Christmas presents "that even little fingers can make"; prefigures Jim Burden's famous "country Christmas" in My Ántonia, Book 1, section XI].  National Stockman and Farmer, 10 December 1896, p. 834.



D270. THE PASSING SHOW [Nordica and Jean de Reszke, Howells, Princess Osra dramatized]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 381‑384.



D271. [Review of Frank Daniels in Wizard of the Nile (Victor Herbert); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 December 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 385‑386.



D271.1.  THE BOY KING OF SPAIN.  ["The Editor" introduces a long excerpt from The English Illustrated Magazine about Alfonso XIII, continuing the "boyhoods of great men" series.  Cf. the prefatory poem, "From One Boy to Another," excerpted from Harper's Round Table, but addressed to the Boy King of Spain (National Stockman and Farmer, 18 February 1897, p.1074)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 17 December 1896, p. 858.



D272. THE PASSING SHOW [Henry James's The Other House, Frank Daniels in Wizard of the Nile]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 551‑553.



D273. BEAUTIFUL ANNA HELD [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 December 1896, p. 6. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 3.



D274. THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature; signed 'The Editor']. (1) National Stockman and Farmer, 24 December 1896, p. 18. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary issue, Summer 1973, pp. 3‑4. Title: 'About Jim and Elsie'.



D275. [Review of James Herne's Shore Acres; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 December 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 469‑471.



D275.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK  [Announces the new Prize Question Contest, the fourth under Cather's direction.  "Each week for five consecutive weeks a list of questions, chiefly historical" will be published (906).  Many of her readers lived on remote farms; tackling this list with a few encyclopedic references from home and school would be a worthy challenge.  The questions are strongly marked by Cather's interests in classical, military, and literary history]. National Stockman and Farmer, 31 December 1896, p. 906.



1897

D276. ITALO CAMPANINI. (1) Home Monthly, January 1897, p. 11.



D276.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [Updates readers "About that Story Contest" (the deadline of the third contest was Jan. 1); Cather is amazed at the number of submissions and is perplexed by some children's handwriting]. National Stockman and Farmer, 7 January 1897, p. 930.



D276.2.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Repeats the Prize Question Contest prizes and rules and adds the second installment of ten questions]. National Stockman and Farmer, 7 January 1897, p. 931.



D277. BOOKS OLD AND NEW [romances, Edna Lyall, children's classics; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, January 1897, p. 23. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 333‑337.



D278. THE PASSING SHOW [Anna Held]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 389‑393.



D279. [Review of Jessie Bartlett Davis and the Bostonians in Robin Hood; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 January 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 386.



D280. THE PASSING SHOW [Handel's Messiah, Anna Held and Henry C. Frick, Henry E. Abbey's career]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 471‑473, 505‑506.



D281. [Review of Otis Skinner in A Soldier of Fortune; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 January 1897, p. 10. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 3.



D281.1.  THE STORY CONTEST.  [Signed "The Editor"; announces first prize girl's story; hopes to award other prizes next week]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 954.



D281.2.  THE PRIZE LETTER.  [Signed "The Editor"; Cather praises Miss Hallie Hill's style, punctuation, and pensmanship (this prize she added for readers under eleven)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 955.



D281.3.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Repeats prizes and rules and adds questions 21-30]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 955.



D282. THE PASSING SHOW [Jessie Bartlett Davis, Sunday music, Elia W. Peattie]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 506‑507.



D283. [Review of Fanny Davenport in Sardou's Gismonda; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 January 1897, p. 10.



D283.1.  THE PRIZE STORIES. [Signed "The Editor"; Cather introduces the girl's second place story and praises a second letter]. National Stockman and Farmer, 21 January 1897, p. 978.



D284. [Review of My Friend from India; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 January 1897, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 468‑469.



D284.1.  TOM'S ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES: BOY'S FIRST PRIZE STORY.  [Not introduced.  Set, of all places, during a December snowstorm on the Nebraska prairie, this story by Johnny G. McAdoo is a clear prototype of the Russian wolf story of My Ántonia]. National Stockman and Farmer, 28 January 1897, p. 1002.



D284.2.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Completes the list of all fifty questions]. National Stockman and Farmer, 28 January 1897, p. 1002-03.



D285. THE PASSING SHOW [Fanny Davenport in Sardou's Grismonda and La Tosca]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 January 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 424‑426.



D286.0 A MODERN MAN [editorial on Prince Michael Hilkoff]. (1) Home Monthly, February 1897, p. 12.



D287. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [romances, The Prisoner of Zenda, Treasure Island; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, February 1897, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 338‑339.



D288. [Review of Julia Marlowe in Romeo and Juliet]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 February 1897, p. 5.



D288.1.  ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRIZES.  ["The Editor" asks readers to understand the delay in awards is due to reading the hundreds of entries]. National Stockman and Farmer, 4 February 1897, p. 1026.



D289. THE PASSING SHOW [Carreño in concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 397‑400.



D290. [Review of Pudd'nhead Wilson; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 February 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 477‑478.



D291. THE PASSING SHOW [Julia Marlowe as Juliet, E. S. Willard]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 February 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 427‑429.



D292. [Review of Margaret Mather in Cymbeline; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 February 1897, p. 4.



D292.1.  GOOD ADVICE.  [Cather paraphrases an amusing anecdote from the New York{?} Times Herald about Teddy Roosevelt stalling in recitation as a boy.  The tale is in the vein of the "boyhoods of great men"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 February 1897, p. 1099.



D293. THE PASSING SHOW [Nordica in concert, Sothern in An Enemy to the King]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 February 1897, p. 13.



D294. THE CARNEGIE MUSEUM. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, pp. 1‑4



D295. THE PASSING OF "THE DUCHESS". (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 7.



D296. "MARK TWAIN'S" POVERTY [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 12.



D297. THE SULTAN'S MUSICAL TASTE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 12.



D298. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Kings in Exik, The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard, Phroso; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 16. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 340‑343.



D299. [Review of The Sporting Duchess; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 March 1897, p. 6.



D300. [Review of Lohengrin; signed 'A Woman Lover of Music']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 March 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 400‑402.



D300.1.  AS TO THE PRIZE QUESTIONS.  ["The Editor" regrets that the prizes cannot be announced this week, but asks readers to understand the care she is taking in grading their answers "like examination papers." (Actually she was enjoying a week of Wagner!)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 4 March 1897, p. 1122.



D301. [Review of Tannhäuser; in a prefatory note the author is described as 'a lady who wields a trenchant pen']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 March 1897, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 402‑404.



D302. THE PASSING SHOW [Margaret Mather in Cymbeline, The Heart of Maryland]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 March 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 429‑432.



D303. [Review of Nat Goodwin in An American Citizen; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 March 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, pp. 1‑2.



D303.1.  A BOY AND A BICYCLE.  ["The Editor" discusses the pleasures of wheeling, how a boy can earn a bicycle, and sounds readers about a bicycle story contest.  She would not continue with the Stockman long enough to adjudicate this contest, but the initial response she received from the "boys" was favorable]. National Stockman and Farmer, 11 March 1897, p. 1146.



D303.2.  DECLAMATIONS WANTED.  ["The Editor" conveys requests for school speeches]. National Stockman and Farmer, 11 March 1897, p. 1147.



D304. THE PASSING SHOW [Lohengrin and Tannhäuser]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 March 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 404‑408.



D305. [Review of Nethersole in Carmen; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 March 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, p. 2.



D305.1.  THE AWARDS.  ["The Editor" announces the winners of the Prize Question Contest.  Cather wrote, "We are all more than proud of the exceedingly creditable nature of the answers received . . . . Most of the grades ran above 70 percent and very few fell below 50 percent. . . . Next week we will publish some of the laughable answers that are always sure to appear in such a contest."   The names of the four high scorers were followed by a half-column list of honorable mentions, including entrants from thirteen states, a few coming from Minnesota, Oregon, Iowa, and Nebraska.  Also given are the "Correct Answers to [the Prize] Questions," no doubt written by Cather]. National Stockman and Farmer, 18 March 1897, pp. 1170-71.



D306. [Review of DeWolf Hopper in El Capitan by John Philip Sousa; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 March 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 387.



D306.1.  SOME FUNNY ANSWERS.  ["The Editor" relates some amusing answers submitted to the Prize Question contest]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 March 1897,  p.1194-95.



D306.2.  ANSWERS TO TWO LETTERS.  ["The Editor" responds to readers' questions and offers "I would say to all our young readers, that I will be glad to answer their questions at any time."   This policy is not continued by her replacement editor on 3 June]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 March 1897,  p.1195.



D307. THE PASSING SHOW [Nethersole in Carmen, Camille, and The Wife of Scarli]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 March 1897, p. 13. (2) W&P, pp. 432‑436.



D308. THE BYRONIC RENAISSANCE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D309. GERMAN OPERA IN PITTSBURGH [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D310. LIME GREECE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D311. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Les misérables, A Kentucky Cardinal; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 16. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 343‑345.



D311.1.  EASTER IN WASHINGTON.  ["The Editor" recalls Easter visits to Washington, D. C., by the Charles Cather family during her childhood—events not previously known.  See Bintrim, "Recovering," for commentary]. National Stockman and Farmer, 1 April 1897,  p.1218.



D311.2.  [UNTITLED FILLER]  [Probable: this epigram prefigures Mrs. Archie's stingy baking for church functions in SOL: "—Of all ordinary things, the worst is a stingy pie that is long on crust and short on filling"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 1 April 1897,  p.1218.



D312. THE PASSING SHOW [Nat Goodwin in An American Citizen, DeWolf Hopper in El Capitan, Julia Marlowe]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 1897, p. 13.



D312.1.  OLIVER OPTIC.  ["The Editor" notes the passing of boys' author William T. Adams.  Cf. a parallel notice in HM May 1897, p. 13]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 April 1897,  p.1242.



D312.2.  POE'S "TO HELEN."  ["The Editor" responds to a reader who wrote to protest an error in answers to Prize Questions published the previous week.  Cather responds that Poe wrote two poems titled "To Helen" and reprints the one referred to in the question]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 April 1897,  p.1242.



D313. [Review of Maude Adams and John Drew in Rosemary; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 April 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, pp. 2‑3.



D314. [Review of Richard Mansfield in The Merchant of Venice; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 April 1897, p. 9. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, p. 3.



D314.1.  TO PRESERVE BIRDS AND SMALL ANIMALS.  [Rolling up her sleeves, "The Editor" fulfills a reader's request for instruction in basic taxidermy"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.  [Bibliographic note: The 15 April 1897 issue marking the Stockman's twenty-first year was the first issued from its new facility at the Heeran Building on Eighth Street in downtown Pittsburgh. In the redesigned, smaller format, "Our Young Folks" was shifted from pages 18 and 19 to pages 20 and 21 of each issue].



D314.2.  DEDICATION OF THE GRANT MONUMENT.   [This unsigned piece echoes the notice in HM for May 1897, p. 10]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.



D314.3.  AN EXPLANATION.  ["The Editor" again was asked to explain an answer from the Prize Question contest.  While admitting a lack of clarity in the phrasing, Cather insisted that "the answer to the question was quite unmistakable"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.



D314.4.  OUR YOUNG FOLKS' CALENDAR.  [This unsigned but probable piece explains the new feature: for each day of the week "some quotations from our great poets or philosophers" will be given.  The Editor invites readers to write her to learn more about the quotations]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 53.



D314.5  [UNTITLED SHORT ITEM]  [Asks reader Sally A. Merchant to send her address so "The Editor" can mail her "the poem, 'Ostler Joe,' which she wants"  (52).  This notice suggests Cather went beyond her prescribed duties to serve her readers]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 53.



D314.6.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 2-8].  [Offers daily quotations from Thomas B. Aldritch, Francis Bacon, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Victor Hugo, James Russell Lowell, Lewis B. Bates, Churchill. These quotations might provide a useful index of Cather's current or favorite reading]. National Stockman and Farmer, 29 April 1897,  p. 84.



D315. NURSING AS A PROFESSION FOR WOMEN [signed 'Elizabeth L. Seymour']. (1) HM, May 1897, pp. 3‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 219‑324.



D315.1.  THE DEDICATION OF THE GRANT MONUMENT.   [This brief notice is probably hers and comments indirectly on the Stockman's "Editor's Talk" series, saying, "great men are the sum and substance of history" (10). Home Monthly, May 1897, XXX.



D316. KING GEORGE OF GREECE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, May 1897, p. 12.



D317. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [David Copperfield, Mark Twain, Mrs. Humphry Ward, George Eliot; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, May 1897, p. 18. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 346‑349.



D318. THE PASSING SHOW [Maude Adams and John Drew in Rosemary, Mansfield in The Merchant of Venice]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 437‑438, 439‑441.



D318.1.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 9-16].  [Daily quotations from Stevenson, Emerson, Horace Mann, D. M. Mulock, Pope, and Longfellow]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.2.  VICTORIA'S LONG REIGN.  [This variation on "the boyhoods of great men" is "The Editor's" final effort in the series.  The occasion is the sixtieth anniversary of the Queen's coronation, set for June.  Cather repeats the key anecdote in her signed article, "Victoria's Ancestors: The House of Hanover," in HM of June 1897, p. 1-4]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.3.  A QUESTION.  ["The Editor" asks the young folks help a reader locate the source of the lines, "A dreary place this world would be / Were there no children in it". Cather's cheerful reference service would not be continued by her replacement editor]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 117.



D318.4. OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 9-16].  [Daily quotations from Stevenson, Emerson, Horace Mann, D. M. Mulock, Pope, and Longfellow]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.5.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 17-22].  [Daily quotations from  {XXXX?  Need Copy}].. National Stockman and Farmer, 13 May 1897,  p. 136.



D319. THE PASSING SHOW [Yvette Guilbert, Kipling]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 555‑556.



D319.1.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 23-29].  [Daily quotations from Shelley, Tennyson, Longfellow, Ruskin, John Richard Green, Burns, and Campbell]. National Stockman and Farmer, 13 May 1897,  p. 182.



D320. THE PASSING SHOW [Calvé in concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 409‑411.



D321. [Review of Lizzie Hudson Collier in Rosedale; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 May 1897, p. 9.



D321.1.  NURSING AS A PROFESSION.  [Reprints "Nursing as a Profession for Women" from the HM, May 1897, p. 3-5.  This is Cather's sole documented contribution to the "Home Miscellany" department, although editors of this department frequently appear in "Our Young Folks"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897,  p. 21_]. [Bibliographic note: The cumulative page numbers are off in this issue; this page appears as 21_, with the final digit omitted]



D321.2.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 30-June 5].  [Daily quotations from Carlyle, Pope, Whittier, Byron, Watts, and Emerson]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897,  p. 214.  [Bibliographic note: The cumulative page numbers in this issue are off: the first page of "Our Young Folks" is 214, the second is numbered 183 (carried over from last issue).  The yearly index may resolve this issue].



D321.3.  VACATION DAYS.  [As she had begun her tenure as youth editor with a writing contest about favorite activities of summer vacation, Cather returned to the topic near the end of the school year.  She wishes her readers "a happy vacation with plenty of bicycle riding, good fishing and enough work to keep [their] temper good."  She invites the youngsters to write her about their activities, and promises "this fall we will begin running a series of the best declamations and recitations . . . . we would advise all the young folks to cut them out and preserve them, as they will make a useful and valuable collection"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897. p. 224.



D322. THE PASSING SHOW [Lizzie Hudson Collier in Rosedale, Mrs Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 443‑447.



D323. VICTORIA'S ANCESTORS. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, pp. 1‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 325‑332.



D324. THE PAPER AGE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, p. 12.



D325. EMMA CALVE. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, pp. 13‑14.



D326. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Moore, Byron, Ouida; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 350‑353.



D327. [Review of The Peopk's King; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 June 1897, p. 4.



D328. THE GREAT WOMAN EDITOR OF PARIS [Juliette Adam, editor of Nouvelle revue]. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 8.



D329. NOT TO THE QUEEN'S TASTE. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 12.



D330. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Emerson, Hall Caine's The Bondman; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 353‑354.



D331. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Gilbert Parker's The Seats of the Mighty, Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, September 1897), p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 355‑357.



D332. [Review of Never Again; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 September 1897, p. 4.



D333. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Housman, F. H. Burnett's A Lady of Quality, Thackeray, Alice in Wonderland; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, October 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 358‑361.



D334. [Review of Augustin Daly's Divorce; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 October 1897, p. 4.



D335. SOUSA'S OPENING [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 October 1897, p. 4.



D336. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Tales from McClure's: Tales of Humor, Edgar Allan Poe, Old Ebenezer by Opie Read, Hugh Wynne: Free Quaker by S. Weir Mitchell]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 October 1897, p. 2.



D337. [Review of The Prisoner of Zenda; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 October 1897, p. 4.



D338. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Kipling's Captains Courageous, M. H. Catherwood's The Days of Jeanne d'Arc]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 October 1897, p. 2.



D339. THE PASSING SHOW [horse show, Charles Stanley Reinhart]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 October 1897, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 508‑512.



D340. [Review of The Wedding Day; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 October 1897, p. 4.



D341. THE PASSING SHOW [Sousa and Kipling, Carnegie Prize Committee]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 October 1897, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 387‑389, 513‑514, 562.



D342. ANTHONY HOPE'S LECTURE [review, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 30 October 1897, p. 6.



D343. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Eliot's The Mill on the Floss; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, November 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 361‑365.



D344. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [S. Weyman's For the Cause and F. Palmer's How the Greeks Were Defeated, in Forum (November 1897)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 November 1897, p. 12.



D345. THE PASSING SHOW [Heine and Hugo, Evangelina Cisneros, Lillian Russell in The Wedding Day]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 6 November 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 393‑395, 515‑517.



D346. THE PASSING SHOW [Writers' Club dinner for Anthony Hope Hawkins and interview]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 13 November 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 564‑570.



D347. [Review of Mrs. Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 November 1897, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 447‑448.



D348. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Charm and Other Drawing Room Farces (W. Besant and W. Pollock), The Love Affairs of Some Famous Men]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 November 1897, p. 4.



D349. THE PASSING SHOW [President McKinley in Pittsburgh, Campanari concert]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 November 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 517‑521.



D350 [Review of Belasco's The Wife; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 November 1897, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 479‑480.



D351. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Latimers (H. McCook), A Fountain Sealed (W. Besant), Blown Away (Richard Mansfield), Thro' Lattice Windows (W.J. Davidson)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 November 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Spring 1972, pp. 1‑2. 'The Latimers' only.



D352. [Review of The Sporting Duchess; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 30 November 1897, p. 10.



D353. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [William Allen White, Captains Courageous (Kipling); signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1897, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 365‑367.



D354. THE WANDERING JEW [review of the Eugène Sue novel, signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1897, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 367‑368.



D355. WITH NANSEN TO THE POLE [article signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 December 1897, p. 2.



D356. THE PASSING SHOW [Victor Herbert's Serenade, Anton Seidl and the United Singers]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 December 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 412, 525‑526.



D357. PITTSBURGH ORCHESTRA [review signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 December 1897, p. 13. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, December 1979, pp. 1‑2.



D358. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 11 December 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 448‑452.



D359. [Review of Salt of the Earth; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 14 December 1897, p. 4.



D360. THE PASSING SHOW [Writers' Club dinner for Fridtjof Nansen and interview]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 18 December 1897, pp. 4‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 521‑525.



D361. THE PASSING SHOW [Nansen's views on literature, Dvořák's, New World Symphony, musicians' stories]. (I) Lincoln Courier, 25 December 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (Winter 1964‑1965):344‑345.(3) The World & the Parish, pp. 413‑414.



D362. PHASES OF ALPHONSE DAUDET [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 December 1897, p. 16.



D363. [Review of The Lost Paradise; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 December 1897, p. 4.



1898

D364. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Hugh Wynne: Free Quaker (S. Weir Mitchell), Rupert of Hentzau (Anthony Hope), Jane Eyre (C. Brontë); signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, January 1898, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 369‑372.



D365. THE PASSING SHOW [Olive May in White Heather, Secret Service (William Gillette)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 1 January 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 480‑481.



D366. [Review of Melba in The Barber of Seville; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 January 1898, p. 4.



D367. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The School for Saints (J. O. Hobbes), The Habitant (W. H. Drummond)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 January 1898, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 570‑571.



D368. [Review of William H. Crane in A Virginia Courtship; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 January 1898, p. 6.



D369. [Review of E. S. Willard in Garrick (A. Daly); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 January 1898, p. 4.



D370. THE PASSING SHOW [the death of Daudet]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 January 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 572‑576.



D371. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Reminiscences of William Wetmore Story (Mary E. Phillips), There is No Devil (Marius Jokai)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 January 1898, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 577‑579.



D372. THE PASSING SHOW [Melba in The Barber of Seville, Yone Noguchi]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 29 January 1898, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 414‑417, 579‑580.



D373. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [death of Daudet, Quo Vadis?; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, February 1898, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 372‑374.



D374. THE PASSING SHOW [Ethelbert Nevin's Carnegie Hall recital]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 February 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 533‑538.



D375. MISS MOULD TALKS [interview]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 February 1898, p. 5.



D376. [Review of Ash Wednesday]. (1) New York Sun, 9 February 1898, p. 7. Probable attribution.



D377. [Reviews of Modjeska in Mary Stuart; Way Down East]. (1) New York Sun, 11 February 1898, p. 7. Probable attribution.



D378. THE PASSING SHOW [on interviewing Adelaide Mould, daughter of Marion Manola]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 February 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 527‑532.



D379. THE PASSING SHOW [on E. S. Willard]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 February 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 485‑488.



D380. [Review of Vesta Tilley in vaudeville; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 March 1898, p. 10.



D381. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Going to War in Greece (F. Palmer), 'English as Against French Literature' by Henry D. Sedgwick (Atlantic, March 1898); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 March 1898, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 582‑584.



D382. THE PASSING SHOW [New York productions of The Lady of Lyons, Ada Rehan in The Country Girl, Modjeska in Mary Stuart]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 452‑457, 459‑460.



D383. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Tales of John Oliver Hobbes (Pearl Craigie), The Stoty of Evangelina Cisneros (Cisneros and Decker); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 March 1898, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 585‑586.



D384. THE PASSING SHOW [New York productions of The Tree of Knowledge, The Conquerors]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 482‑485.



D385. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Barnstormers (Mrs. Harcourt Williamson); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 March 1898, p. 3.



D386. THE PASSING SHOW [Melba, Nat Goodwin, Vesta Tilley]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 395‑397, 417‑419.



D387. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Across the Salt Sea (J. Bloundell‑Burton), In the Midst of Life (Bierce); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 March 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 586‑587.



D388. [Review of Mansfield in The Devil's Disciple; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 March 1898, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 489‑490.



D389. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Romance of Zion Chapel (R. Le Gallienne), Woman's Bible, vol. 2 (E. C. Stanton); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 April 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 538‑541, 587‑589.



D390. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Nat Goodwin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 9 April 1898, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 461‑464.



D391. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Fantasia (G. Egerton); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 April 1898, p. 14.



D392. THE PASSING SHOW [The Barnstormers (Mrs. H. Williamson)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 April 1898, p. 3.



D393. [Review of Charles Coghlan in The Royal Box; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 April 1898, p. 10.



D394. THE PASSING SHOW [the sinking of the Maine, Mansfield in The Devil's Disciple]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 April 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) W&P, pp. 544‑546.



D395. THE PASSING SHOW [Charles Coghlan's The Royal Box]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 April 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 481‑482



D396. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Bride of Japan (C. Dawe), Here and There and Everywhere (Mrs. M. E. W. Sherwood); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 May 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 541‑543.



D397. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The French Market Girl (Zola); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 27 May 1898, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 592‑594.



D398. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Brown‑Laurel Marriage (Landis Ayr); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 June 1898, p. 5.



D399. THE WAR AND THE MAGAZINES [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 July 1898, p. 2.



D400. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Aurelian Wall and Other Poems (Bliss Carman); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 July 1898, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 580‑581.



D401. [Review of The Bride Elect by John Philip Sousa; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 5 October 1898, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 610‑611.



D402. [Review of The Tree of Knowledge; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, November 1898, p. 11.



D403. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Romance of the House of Savoy (Althea Wiel); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 November 1898, p.13.



D404. [Review of Modjeska in Mary Stuart; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 November 1898, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 460‑461.



D405. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Yankee Boy's Success (H. S. Morrison), The Changeling (W. Besant); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 November 1898, p. 5.



D406. [Review of Nat Goodwin in Nathan Hale (Clyde Fitch); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 November 1898, p. 5.



D407, BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [In the Cage (H. James), Plays, Pleasant and Unpleasant (G. B. Shaw); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 December 1898, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 553‑554, 595‑597.



D408. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Dream Days (K. Grahame), The Money Captain (W. H. Payne), Ashes of Empire (R. W. Chambers) signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 December 1898, p. 9. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Winter 1973, pp. 3‑4.



D409, [Review of E. H. Sothern in The King's Musketeers; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 December 1898, p. 8.



D410. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in A Bit of Old Chelsea and Love Will Find a Way]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 December 1898, p. 3.



1899

D411. THE PASSING SHOW [Israel Zangwill's lecture "The Drama as a Fine Art"]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 January 1899, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 491‑494.



D412. [Review of Julia Marlowe in The Countess Valeska; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 January 1899, p. 10.



D413. THE PASSING SHOW [on interviewing Mrs. Fiske]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 January 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 660‑664.



D414. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Omar the Tentmaker (N. H. Doyle), The Borderland of Society (C. B. Davis); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 January 1899, p. 13.



D415. THE PASSING SHOW [Nat Goodwin in C. Fitch's Nathan Hale]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 January 1899, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 667‑668.



D416. [Review of Mr. Barnes of New York; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 January 1899, p. 10.



D417. THE PASSING SHOW (Julia Marlowe in As You Like It and The Countess Valeska]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 January 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) W&P, pp. 669‑673.



D418. THE PASSING SHOW (Johnstone Bennett, Rosenthal concert, Sothern in The King's Musketeers]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 February 1899, p. 3. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 495‑497, 543‑544, 611‑613.



D419. GENIUS IN MIRE [article on Richard Realf, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 February 1899, p. 20.



D420. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Day's Work (Kipling); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 February 1899, p. 5.



D421. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Realf]. (1) Courier, 25 February 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 598‑603.



D422. THE PASSING SHOW [The Day's Work (Kipling)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 March 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 555‑561.



D423. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Two Standards (W. Barry), The Maine (C. D. Sigbee); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 March 1899, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 590‑591.



D424. THE PASSING SHOW [Lizzie Hudson Collier in Jane, Maude Adams in The Little Minister]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 18 March 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 547‑548, 673‑675.



D425. [Review of Mansfield in Cyrano de Bergerac (Rostand); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 21 March 1899, p. 4.



D426. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Frank Norris's McTeague; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 31 March 1899, p. 8.



D427. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Realf, Norris's McTeague]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 8 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 603‑608.



D428. THE PASSING SHOW [Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 15 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 497‑502.



D429. THE PASSING SHOW [Mansfield as Cyrano]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) W&P, pp. 675‑677.



D430. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Daughter of the Vine (Gertrude Atherton), 'Ickery Ann and Other Girls and Boys (Elia W. Peattie); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 April 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 694‑696. (3) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Winter 1973, p. 4.



D431. RICHARD REALF, POET AND SOLDIER [article signed  'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, May 1899, pp. 10‑11.



D432. [Review of Francis Wilson in The Little Corporal; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 May 1899, p. 2.



D433. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Perfect Wagnerite (G. B. Shaw), Holland As Seen by an American (J. H. Gore); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 27 May 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 617‑618.



D434. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Professor's Daughter (Anna Farquhar), The Wind among the Reeds (W. B. Yeats), War Is Kind (S. Crane); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 3 June 1899, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 700‑702, 705‑706.



D435. THE PASSING SHOW [Metropolitan Opera Company in Pittsburgh, Lohengrin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 June 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 619‑623.



D436. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Market Place (H. Frederic), Oliver Cromwell (S. H. Church); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 709‑711.



D437. THE PASSING SHOW [the Metropolitan Opera Company in Pittsburgh, Die Walküre]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 623‑626.



D438. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [No. 5 John Street (R. Whiteing), More (M. Beerbohm); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 17 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 696‑697, 712‑714.



D439. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Augustin Daly]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 1 July 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 473‑476.



D440. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Vengeance of the Female (M. Wilcox); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 July 1899, p. 6.



D441. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Awakening (K. Chopin), What Women Can Earn, Outsiders: An Outline (R. W. Chambers); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 July 1899, p. 6. (2) W&P, pp. 697‑699.



D442. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'An Evening at Vineacre'. On Ethelbert Nevin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 15 July 1899, pp. 4‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 626‑634. Note: Parts of this article are used in WCs Ladies' Home Journal (November 1900) article on Nevin, 'The Man Who Wrote "Narcissus"'. See D503.



D443. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [George Borrow; Life and Correspondence (W. Knapp), A Silent Singer (C. Morris); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 July 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 699‑700, 714‑717.



D444. THE PASSING SHOW [Nethersole in The Second Mrs. Tanqueray]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 July 1899, pp. 5, 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 677‑678.



D445. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Lost Lady of Old Years (J. Buchan); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 July 1899, p. 6.



D446. THE PASSING SHOW [Buchan's A Lost Lady of Old Years, Arnold Bennett's A Man from the North]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 25 July 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 718‑720, 721‑722.



D447. THE PASSING SHOW [The Awakening (K. Chopin), The Forest Lovers (Hewlett)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 August 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 720‑721.



D448. THE PASSING SHOW [Whiteing's No. 5 John Street]. (1) Courrier, 2 September 1899, pp. 3‑4.



D449. THE PASSING SHOW [Zola's Germinal, Phillpotts's Children of the Mist]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 September 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 722‑727.



D450. THE PASSING SHOW [Isobel Strong's Stevenson lecture]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 October 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 562‑564.



D451. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Strong as Death (Maupassant), The Vizier of the Two‑Horned Alexander (F. Stockton), The Problem (G. Seibel); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 21 October 1899, p. 9.



D452. THE PASSING SHOW [Elia W. Peattie, Maupassant's Strong as Death]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 November 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 728‑732.



D453. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Blix (F. Norris), La princesse lointaine (E. Rostand), Where Angels Fear to Tread (M. Robertson); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 November 1899, p. 5.



D454. [Review of The Christian by Hall Caine; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 November 1899, p. 10.



D455. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Active Service (S. Crane); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 November 1899, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 703‑705.



D456. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Germinal (Zola); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 November 1899, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 732‑733.



D457. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine's The Christian dramatized]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 25 November 1899, pp. 2‑3.



D458. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Cashel Byron's Profession (G. B. Shaw), Don Cosme (T. H. Tyndale), The Rubáiyát of Omar Kháyyám (trans. Mrs. H. M. Cadell), The Future of the American Negro (Booker T. Washington); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 November 1899, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 733‑736.



D459. SOME PITTSBURGH COMPOSERS [article signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1899, pp. 6‑7.



D460. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Courier, 2 December 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 680‑687.



D461. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Helpers (F. Lynde); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 December 1899, p. 6.



D462. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Gentleman from Indiana (B. Tarkington); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 December 1899, p. 9.



D463. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Lillian Nordica]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 December 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 642‑646.



D464. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac (E. Field); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 December 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 736‑737.



D465. THE PASSING SHOW [Pinero's Trelawney of the Wells, Olive May]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 December 1899, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 678‑680.



D466. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'Two Pianists' (Joseffy and Pachmann)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 December 1899, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 613‑616.



1900

D467. THE PASSING SHOW [Clara Butt]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 6 January 1900, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 646.



D468. A TALK WITH HAMBOURG [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 January 1900, p. 8.



D469. [Review of Nethersole in Sapho; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 January 1900, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 688‑689.



D470. THE PASSING SHOW [Frank Norris's Blix]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 13 January 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 702‑703.



D471. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'A Popular Western Novel'. On Booth Tarkington's The Gentleman from Indiana]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 January 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 737‑740.



D472. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'The Pianist of Pure Reason'. On Mark Hambourg]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 27 January 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 650‑655.



D473. THE PASSING SHOW [Irving and Terry in The Mercbant of Venice]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 February 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 689‑692.



D474. THE PASSING SHOW [titles: 'A Great Denver Novel' (Francis Lynde's The Helpers) and 'England's New Dramatic Poet' (Stephen Phillips's Paolo and Francesca)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 3 March 1900, pp. 2‑3.



D475. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'A Lyric Poet' (A. E. Housman)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 March 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 706‑709.



D476. Review of the Kendals in The Elder Miss Blossom; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 13 March 1900, p. 10.



D477. THE PASSING SHOW (Jane Addams's lecture on Tolstoi]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 March 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 743‑745.



D478. THE PASSING SHOW [Kendals in The Elder Miss Blossom, Mary Johnston's To Have and to Hold]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 March 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 740‑743.



D479. SOME PERSONAGES OF THE OPERA. (1) Library, 24 March 1900, pp. 18‑20. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 755‑760.



D480. NEVIN'S NEW SONG CYCLE [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 March 1900, p. 6.



D481. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'An Heir Apparent' (on Frank Norris)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 April 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 746‑749.



D482. OUT OF THEIR PULPITS [article on Pittsburgh clergy, signed 'Helen Delay'.]. (1) Library, 14 April 1900, pp. 7‑8.



D483. CALVE AND SEMBRICH [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 17 April 1900, p. 1.



D484. SUSAN STRONG AND TERNINA [on Tannhäuser, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 April 1900, p.8.



D485. MOZART AT NIGHT [on Don Giovanni, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 April 1900, p. 2.



D486. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in Becky Sharp]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 April 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 664‑666.



D487. A PHILISTINE IN THE GALLERY [signed 'Goliath']. (1) Library, 21 April 1900, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 760‑764.



D488. THE PASSING SHOW [The Barber of Seville, Cavalleria Rusticana, Don Giovanni]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 May 1900, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 655‑658.



D489. ONE OF OUR CONQUERORS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 2 June 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 765‑769.



D490. LETTERS TO A PLAYWRIGHT. (1) Library, 9 June 1900, p. 7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 769‑771.



D491. PITTSBURGH MATINEE DRIVING CLUB [horse racing; signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 16 June 1900, pp. 12‑13.



D492. THE HOME OF MINISTER WU (Washington, D.C., Dec. 20). (1) Lincoln Semi‑Weekly State Journal, 28 December 1900.



D493. WHEN I KNEW STEPHEN CRANE [signed'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 23 June 1900, pp. 17‑18. (2) Lincoln Courier, 14 July 1900, pp. 4‑5. (3) Prairie Schooner 23 (1949):231‑236. (4) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp.22‑24 (brief excerpts). (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 772‑778.



D494. PITTSBURGH SUMMER AMUSEMENTS [signed 'Clara Wood Shipman']. (1) Library, 30 June 1900, pp. 12‑13.



D495. THE HOTTEST DAY I EVER SPENT [signed 'George Overing']. (1) Library, 7 July 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 778‑782.



D496. THE CHILDREN'S PART IN A GREAT LIBRARY [Carnegie Library; signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 7 July 1900, pp. 16‑17.



D497. PITTSBURGH PEOPLE AND DOINGS. (1) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 6‑9.



D498. THE PERSONAL SIDE OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 13‑15. (2) Prairie Schooner 23 (1949):331‑337. (3) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 21‑22 [brief excerpts]. (4) In Roundup: A Nebraska Reader, comp. and ed. Virginia Faulkner, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1957), pp. 221‑226. (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 782‑789.



D499. THE PITTSBURGH FIREMEN. (1) Library, 21 July 1900, pp. 3‑4.



D500. A CHINESE VIEW OF THE CHINESE SITUATION [interview, signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 28 July 1900, pp. 16‑17.



D501. A HOUSEBOAT ON LAND [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 4 August 1900, pp. 17‑18. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 789‑791.



D502. THE MEN WHO MAKE THE PITTSBURGH PAPERS (1) Library, 1900, pp. 13‑14.



D503. THE MAN WHO WROTE 'NARCISSUS' [article on Ethelbert Nevin]. (1) Ladies' Home Journal, November 1900), p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 634‑637. Contains some revised sections of 'An Evening at Vineacre' (The Passing Show) in the Lincoln Courier, 15 July 1899. See D442.



D504. A STATESMAN AND SCHOLAR [death of Sen. Cushman K

Davis, Hedda Gabler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1900, p. 9.



D505. IN WASHINGTON [opening session of the Senate, Carreño's concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 December 1900, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 794‑797.



D506. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [opening of the Senate, Carreño concert]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 22 December 1900, p. 6.



D507. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Hedda Gabler]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 29 December 1900, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 798‑801.



D508. WASHINGTON IN OLDEN DAYS [Haddon Chambers, Olga Nethersole, early life in Washington, Christmas in Washington]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 December 1900, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 801‑802.



1901

D509. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Chinese minister to the U. S., Wu T'ing‑fang]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 5 January 1901, p. 22. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 803‑806.



D510. JEFFERSON, PAINTER ACTOR [exhibition of paintings by Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1901, p. 14.



D511. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 12 January 1901, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 807‑810.



D512. IN THE CORCORAN GALLERY [racial studies by Hubert Vos, interview with Daniel Frohman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 January 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 811‑812.



D513. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [early days in Washington, Hubert Vos's racial studies]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 19 January 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D514. CLAIMS AGAINST TURKEY. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1901, p. 9.



D515. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [the diplomatic corps]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 26 January 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D516. BERNHARDT IN WASHINGTON [Bernhardt and Maude Adams in L'aiglon]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 813‑817.



D517. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Bernhardt and Maude Adams in L'aiglon]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 2 February 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D518. SECOND VIEW OF BERNHARDT [La tosca and Camille]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 February 1901, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 817‑821.



D519. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Washington and the White House]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 9 February 1901, pp. 8‑9.



D520. SETON‑THOMPSON AT TEA [Ernest Seton‑Thompson, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, death of Queen Victoria]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 February 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 822‑824.



D521. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Ernest Seton‑Thompson, Victor Herbert, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 16 February 1901, p. 8.



D522 THE CHARM OF WASHINGTON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1901, p. 9.



D523 THE GRIDIRON CLUB DINNER. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 23 February 1901, p. 12.



D524. WASHINGTON GRIDIRON CLUB [annual gridiron dinner, musical debut of Marquis Francesco de Sousa, Clara Clemens]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1901, p. 9.



D525. IN WASHINGTON [the poetry of Helen Hay, Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1901, p. 12.



D526. THE GAY LORD QUEX [review of Pinero's play]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 9 March 1901, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 825‑828.



D527. IN WASHINGTON [Pinero's The Gay Lord Quex]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 March 1901, p. 13.



D528. LITERATURE IN THE CAPITAL [Helen Hay's poetry, Edna (Emma) Southworth]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 16 March 1901, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 828‑832.



D529. HUNTING THE NORTH POLE [the Baldwin‑Ziegler expedition, Count Cassini's collections]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 March 1901, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 832‑835.



D530. MUSIC [Ethelbert Nevin's obituary]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 March 1901, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 637‑642.



D531. COMMENT AND COMMENTARY [western railroads, Ernest Seton‑Thompson]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 July 1901, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 837‑839.



D532. OBSERVATIONS ['Real Strike Instigators', 'Lax Denver School', 'A Dramatized Omar', 'Constant's Victoria', 'Edward MacDowell', 'A New Drought Theory', 'Chase', 'Chicago Art Institute', 'The Deterioration of a Composer']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 839‑855.



D533. [Review of Eden Phillpotts's Sons of the Morning]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 August 1901, p. 7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 846‑848.



D534. OBSERVATIONS ['Schley's Accuser', 'A Tragedy of Environment', 'Small Town Funerals', 'Will White or Funston?', 'A New Library Line']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 849‑853.



D535. OBSERVATIONS ['With David Nation', 'Henry of Orleans', 'The Real Homestead', 'Rodin's Victor Hugo', 'Train News Boys', 'Forms of Food Adulteration', 'J. Pierpont Morgan', 'A Fore Runner', 'Warm Praise for Dawes', 'Duse and "Il Fuoco"']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 851, 853‑854, 855‑862.



D536. THE PHILISTINE IN THE ART GALLERY [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 17 November 1901, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 864‑867.



D537. POPULAR PICTURES [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 24 November 1901, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 867‑869.



D538. PITTSBURGH'S MULBERRY STREET [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 8 December 1901, sec. 5, p. 5.



D539. THE CHRISTMAS SIDE [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 22 December 1901, sec. 4, p. 1.



1902

D540. BOARDING‑NOT LIVING [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 23 February 1902.



D541. STAGE CELEBRITIES WHO CALL PITTSBURGH HOME [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 2 March 1902, p. 8.



D542. A SCHOOL FOR SERVANTS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 13 April 1902, sec. 4, p. 6.



D543. PITTSBURGH'S RICHEST CHINAMAN [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 15 June 1902, magazine section, p. 5.



D544. RICHARD MANSFIELD AS ACTOR [signed 'Wilia Sibert Cather']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 20 April 1902, pp. 3, 183.



D545. A FACTORY FOR MAKING AMERICANS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 8 June 1902.



D546, FIRST GLIMPSE OF ENGLAND. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 July 1902, p. 4. (2) WCE, pp. 5‑11. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 890‑893.



D547. A VISIT TO OLD CHESTER. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 July 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 15‑22. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 893‑897.



D548. OUT OF THE BEATEN TRACK. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 July 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 27‑34. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 897‑901.



D549. THE CANAL FOLK OF ENGLAND. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 38‑49. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 901‑906.



D550. SEEING THINGS IN LONDON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 54‑64. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 907‑911.



D551. THE HOTEL CHILD. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 10 August 1902, magazine section, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 874‑879.



D552. THE KENSINGTON STUDIO [Burne‑Jones]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 70‑79. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 912‑917.



D553. MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR [Tree revival]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 August 1902, p. 16. (2) WCE, pp. 83‑89. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 917‑920.



D554. LIVES IN STREETCAR ALL YEAR ROUND [signed Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 24 August 1902, sec. 4, p. 2.



D555. DIEPPE AND ROUEN. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 August 1902, p. 16. (2) WCE, pp. 93‑100. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 920‑924.



D536. THE STRANGEST TRIBE OF DARKEST ENGLAND. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 31 August 1902, magazine section, p. 4.



D557. TWO CEMETERIES IN PARIS [Montmartre, Père‑Lachaise]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 September 1902, p. 18. (2) WCE, pp. 105‑114. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 924‑929.



D558. ONE SUNDAY AT BARBIZON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 September 1902, p. 18. (2) WCE, pp. 119‑127. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 929‑933.



D559. THE OLD CITY OF THE POPES [Avignon]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 September 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 132‑141. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 934‑939.



D560. COUNTRY OF THE FABULOUS [Marseilles, Hyères]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 October 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 144‑151. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 939‑942.



D561. IN A PRINCIPALITY OF PINES [Le Lavandou]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 October 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 154‑162. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 942‑946.



D562. IN THE COUNTRY OF DAUDET [Monte Carlo, Provençe, Arles]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 October 1902, p. 9. (2) WCE, pp. 168‑178. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 946‑952.



D563. PITTSBURGH AUTHORS KNOWN TO FAME [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 30 November 1902, literary section, pp. 20‑21.



D564. POETS OF OUR YOUNGER GENERATION. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 30 November 1902, literary section, p. 24.



1903

D565. THE 100 WORST BOOKS AND THEY THAT READ THEM. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 29 November 1903, literary section, pp. 11, 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 961‑964. Title incorrectly transcribed, 'The 100 Worst Books and They That Wrote Them'.



1904

D566. THE CASE OF RICHARD STRAUSS. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 6 March 1904, pp. 8‑9. (2) Prairie Schooner 55, no. 1 (Spring / Summer 1981):pp. 24‑33.



1913

D567. PLAYS OF REAL LIFE. (1) McClure's, March 1913, pp. 63‑72.



D568. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 1. (1) McClure's, October 1913, pp. 33‑45. On p. 33: 'I wish to express my indebtedness to Miss Willa Sibert Cather for her invaluable assistance in the preparation of these memoirs.' (2) Ballymena Observer (County Antrim, Ireland) 26 December 1913, p. 3; 2 January 1913, p. 9. Title: 'Story of a County Antrim Boy Who Made Good in America'.



D569. TRAINING FOR THE BALLET: MAKING AMERICAN DANCERS. (1) McClure's, October 1913, pp. 85‑95.



D570. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 2. (1) McClure's, November 1913, pp. 78‑87. (2) Ballymena Observer, 9 January 1914, p. 3; 16 January 1914, p. 3. Title as D568(2).



D571. THREE AMERICAN SINGERS. (1) McClure's, December 1913, pp. 33‑48.



D572. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 3. (1) McClure's, December 1913, pp. 95‑106. (2) Ballymena Observer, 30 January 1914, p. 4; 6 February 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



1914

D573. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 4. (1) McClure's, January 1914, pp. 96‑108. (2) Ballymena Observer, 13 February 1914, p. 9; 20 February 1914, p. 3. Title as D568(2).



D574. NEW TYPES OF ACTING: THE CHARACTER ACTOR DISPLACES THE STAR. (1) McClure's, February 1914, pp. 41‑51.



D575. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 5. (1) McClure's, February 1914, pp. 76‑87. (2) Ballymena Observer, 27 February 1914, p. 4; 6 March 1914, p. 5. Title as D568(2).



D576. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 6. (1) McClure's, March 1914, pp. 95‑108. (2) Ballymena Observer, 20 March 1914, p. 11; 27 March 1914, p. 4; 3 April 1914, p. 4; 10 April 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



D577. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 7. (1) McClure's, April 1914, pp. 85‑95. (2) Ballymena Observer, 17 April 1914, p. 6; 24 April 1914, p. 4; 1 May 1914, p. 4; 8 May 1914, p. 11. Title as D568(2).



D578. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 8. (1) McClure's, May 19 14, pp. 137‑154. (2) Ballymena Observer, 15 May 1914, p. 8; 22 May 1914, p. 11; 29 May 1914, p. 5; 5 June 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



1915

D579. THE SWEATED DRAMA. (1) McClure's, January 1915, pp. 17‑28.



D580. WIRELESS BOYS WHO WENT DOWN WITH THEIR SHIP. (1) Every Week, 2 August 1915, p. 1.



1919

D581. ROLL CALLON THE PRAIRIES. (1) Red Cross Magazine, July 1919, pp. 27‑30.



D582. THE EDUCATION YOU HAVE TO FIGHT FOR. (1) Red Cross Magazine, October 1919, pp. 54‑55, 68‑70. Companion the preceding Red Cross Magazine article 'Roll Call on the Prairies' (D581).



1922

D583. THE NOVEL DéMEUBLé [essay]. (1) New Republic, 12 April 1922, supp., pp. 5‑6. (2) In Modern Essays, 2d series, ed. Christopher Morley (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1924), pp. 287‑293. (3) In Book of Modern Essays, ed. Bruce W. McCullough, E. B. Burgum (New York: Scribner's, 1926), pp. 391‑395. (4) In Facts and Ideas for Students of English Composition, ed. John Owen Beaty et al. (New York: F. S. Crofts, 1931), pp. 221‑224. (5) NUF, pp. 43‑51. (6) AE, 12:233‑241. (7) OW, pp. 33‑43.



D584. THE HOUSE ON CHARLES STREET. (1) New York Evening Post, 4 November 1922, literary review, pp. 173‑174. (2) NUF, pp. 52‑75. An extended essay incorporating the article, with the title '148 Charles Street'. (3) AE, 12:243‑263 (complete essay as in NUF).



D585 [Book review of Memoirs of a Hostess (Mark A. DeWolfe Howe, from the diaries of Mrs. James Fields)]. (1) Atlantic Bookshelf 130 (December 1922). (2) In Fact, Fancy and Opinion, ed. R. M. Gay (Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1923), pp. 338‑340.



1923

D586. NEBRASKA: THE END OF THE FIRST CYCLE. (1) Nation 117 (5 September 1923):236‑238. In a series, 'These United States'. (2) In These United States: A Symposium, ed. Ernest Gruening (New York: Boni & Liveright, 1924), 2:141‑153. (3) In Further Adventures in Essay Reading, ed. T. E. Rankin et al. (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1928), pp. 65‑76. (4) In Modern Writing, ed. W. and M. F. Thorp (New York: American Book Co., 1944), pp. 121‑129. (5) In America Is West: An Anthology of Middlewestern Life and Literature, ed. J. T. Flanagan (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1945), pp. 618‑651. (6) In Roundup: A Nebraska Reader, ed. and comp. Virginia Faulkner (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1957), pp. 1‑8.



1927

D587. A LETTER FROM WILLA CATHER [on Death Comes for the Archbishop] TO THE EDITOR OF COMMONWEAL. (1) Commonweal 7 (27 November 1927):713. (2) A Letter from Willa Cather (London: Heinemann, 1927), 4pp. A promotional booklet published by Heinemann to advertise the first English edition of DCA. Back cover: 'BOOKS BY WILLA CATHER I [DCA, AT, YBM, OO, PH, ALL listed]'. (3) Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, an English Opinion. . . . (New York, Knopf, 1933), pp. 17‑20; (1941), pp.16‑19. (4) OW, pp. 3‑13. [See DD Appendix 2.]



D588. WILLA CATHER MOURNS OLD OPERA HOUSE [article]. (1) Omaha World‑Herald, 27 October 1927, p. 9. (2) Nebraska History 49 (Winter 1968). Title: 'The Incomparable Opera House' (note by Mildred R. Bennett). (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 955‑958.



1931

D589. MY FIRST NOVELS (THERE WERE TWO). (1) Colophon, part 6 (June 1931), [4pp.]. (2) OW, pp. 89‑97.



D590. A LETTER TO GOV. WILBUR CROSS. (1) Saturday Review of Literature 8 (17 October 1931):216. In the "Points of View" section, headed "'Shadows on the Rock" I A Letter by Willa Cather'. (2) Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, an English Opinion. . . . (New York: Knopf, 1933), pp. 22‑23; (1941), 21‑22. See A16.b.i., c.i. (3) In Designed for Reading, ed. H.S. Canby et al. (New York: Macmillan, 1934), pp. 596‑598. (4) OW, pp. 14‑17.



1933

D591. A CHANCE MEETING [essay]. (1) Atlantic Monthly 151 (February 1933):154‑165. (2) NUF, pp. 3‑42. (3) AE, 12:197‑231.



1936

D592. ESCAPISM, A LETTER FROM WILLA CATHER. (1) Commonweal 23 (27 April 1936):677‑679. (2) OW, pp. 18‑29.



D593. THE BIRTH OF PERSONALITY: AN APPRECIATI THOMAS MANN'S TRILOGY. (1) Saturday Review of Literature 14 (6 June 1936):3‑4. (2) NUF, pp. 96‑122. Title: 'Joseph and His Brothers'. (3) AE, 12:283‑306.



1939

D594. CONTEMPORARY LIT. AGAIN. (1) The News Letter of the College English Association (Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.), December 1939, p. 2. A letter to the editor containing her view on the teaching of literature.



1940

D595. LETTER ON THE PROFESSOR'S HOUSE. (1) The News Letter of the College English Association (Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.), October 1940, pp. 2, 5. (2) OW, pp. 30‑32 (dated 12 December 1938). (3) In The Eye of the Story, by Eudora Welt  (New York: Random House, 1977), p. 49. Excerpted quote in the essay "The House of Willa Cather".



1891

D1. CONCERNING THOS. CARLYLE. (1) Hesperian, 1 March 1891, pp. 4‑5. (2) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1891, p. 14. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 421‑425.



D2. SHAKESPEARE AND HAMLET [part 1]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 November 1891, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 426‑432.



D3. SHAKESPEARE AND HAMLET [part 2]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 November 1891, p. 11. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 432‑436.



1893

D4. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [series title; sketch of a Salvation Army service]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 November 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 5‑7, 10, 25‑26.



D5. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [description of a Roman Catholic church; the Lincoln cemetery, Wyuka; sketches of Lincoln street personalities]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 November 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 9‑10, 14‑15, 16, 21‑22.



D6. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [sketches of Lincoln, Nebraska, and townspeople]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 November 1893, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 17‑19, 23, 26‑27.



D7. AMUSEMENTS [series title; review of Walker Whiteside in Richelieu ]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 November 1893, p.6



D8. AMUSEMENTS [review of Clara Morris in Camille]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 November 1893, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 262‑263. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 43‑44.



D9. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 November 1893, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 10‑11, 13‑14, 44‑45.



D10. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in Virginius]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 November 1893, p.6.



D11. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [vignettes, Robert Downing). (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 December 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 11‑13, 15‑16, 24‑25, 26, 27‑28.



D12. AMUSEMENTS [review of Friends with title '"Friends" is Purely Ideal', signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1893, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 263‑264. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 28‑29.



D13. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 December 1893, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 7‑9, 16‑17, 19‑20, 20‑21, 29.



1894

D14. AMUSEMENTS [review of Emily Bancker in Gloriana with the title 'Even the Servants were Ideal', signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 January 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 264‑265.



D15. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lewis Morrison's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 January 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 76‑77.



D16. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1894, p. 3.



D17. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [comments on theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 January 1894, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 140, 174‑175, 205‑206, 207, 256‑257.



D18. AMUSEMENTS [review of James O'Neill in Monte Cristo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 256.



D19. ONE WAY OF PUTTING IT [Mme. Doenhoff; remuneration to artists]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 January 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 175‑I76, 182‑183.



D20. AMUSEMENTS [the Kendals in The Ironmaster]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1894, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 33‑35.



D21. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Spider and the Fly]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 February 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 252‑253.



D22. THE CRITIC'S PROVINCE [editorial]. (I) Nebraska State Journal, 11 February 1894, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 68‑69.



D23. PLAYS AND PLAYERS [series title; Lincoln theatregoers, the Kendals, the Gerry Society; signed 'Deus Gallery']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 February 1894, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 50‑51, 84.



D24. AMUSEMENTS [review of Fantasma]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 February 1894, p. 5.



D25. THE CURTAIN FALLS [Greek and Latin plays at the Lansing Theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 72‑74.



D26. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Duel of Hearts with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 February 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 265‑267.



D27. AMUSEMENTS [reviews of The Setting of the Sun and The Dowager Countess, with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 February 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 267.



D28. AMUSEMENTS [review of In Old Kentucky]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 February 1894, p. 5.



D29. AMUSEMENTS [review of Greek and Latin plays]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 216.



D30. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Greek tragedy, Lillian Lewis, Ostrovsky, Modjeska]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 February 1894, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 134‑135, 220‑221. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 37‑38, 61‑62, 74‑75, 96.



D31. AMUSEMENTS [review of Julia Marlowe in The Love Chase]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1894, p. 3. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 1‑2.



D32 AMUSEMENTS [review of The Ensign]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 March 1894, p. 3. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 2‑3.



D33. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Julia Marlowe, Steele MacKaye, Sarah Bernhardt, Olive May; signed 'Deus Gallery']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 33‑34, 35‑36 (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 36‑37, 39‑40, 41‑42.



D34. WITH PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Modjeska, Maggie Mitchell, Warde, James, English taste]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 36, 37. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 199, 221‑222, 223, 224. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 38, 51, 62‑63.



D35. AMUSEMENTS [review of Romeo and Juliet with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 March 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 84‑86.



D36. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Duel of Hearts with Craigen and Paulding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 March 1894, p. 2.



D37. AMUSEMENTS [review of The White Squadron]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 March 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 253.



D38. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Idea]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 March 1984, p. 3.



D39. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Voodoo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 March 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 251‑252.



D40. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lewis Morrison in Richelieu]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 March 1894, p. 3.



D41. BETWEEN THE ACTS [series title; on criticism, Clara Morris, Lewis Morrison]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 March 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 186‑187. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 46‑49, 77.



D42. AMUSEMENTS [review of Herrmann the Magician]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 March 1894, p.8. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, p. 3.



D43. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Lincoln theatres, Marie Tempest]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 April 1894, p. 13. Authenticity conjectured by Slote and Curtin.



D44. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 April 1894, p. 5.



D45. AMUSEMENTS [review of Marie Tempest in The Fencing Master]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 April 1894, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 169‑170.



D46. AMUSEMENTS [review of William Crane in Brother John]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 April 1894, p.6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 78‑79.



D47. AMUSEMENTS [review of Police Patrol]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 April 1894, p.6.



D48. AMUSEMENTS [Delia Fox and DeWolf Hopper in Panjandrum]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 April 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 170‑171.



D49. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Cora Tanner, Mounet‑Sully, Marie Tempest]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 37‑38. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 127‑128, 215‑216. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 51, 80‑82.



D50. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Mrs. Kendal, Gilbert and Sullivan, Rider Haggard's She]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 April 1894, p. 13 (2) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 38‑40.



D51. AMUSEMENTS [review of a minstrel show]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 April 1894, p. 3.



D52. AMUSEMENTS [review of She]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 April 1894, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 267‑268.



D53. BETWEEN THE ACTS [on dramatizing novels; Sousa, Richard Mansfield]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 209, 253.



D54. AMUSEMENTS [review of Mansfield in Beau Brummell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 April 1894, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 122‑123.



D55. AMUSEMENTS [review of The District Fair]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1894, p. 5.



D56. AMUSEMENTS [vaudeville]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 April 1894, p. 6.



D57. BETWEEN THE ACTS [Richard Mansfield, Shakespeare's birthday]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 April 1894, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):67‑68. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare'. (3) Kingdom of Art, p. 123. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 54‑56, 83‑84.



D58. AMUSEMENTS [review of Salvini in The Three Guardsmen]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 May 1894, p.6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 121‑122, 247.



D59. AMUSEMENTS [review of Sousa band concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 199‑201.



D60. AMUSEMENTS [review of recital by Fred Emerson Brooks]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1894, p. 2.



D61. AMUSEMENTS [review of Blind Tom, Negro pianist]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 May 1894, p. 6. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):343‑344. Title: 'Willa Cather: A Portfolio'. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.166‑167.



D62. UNDER THE WHITE TENTS [feature story on circus]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 May 1894, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 100‑102.



D63. THE COMPETITIVE DRILL [feature story]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 May 1894, p. 13.



D64. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lady Windermere's Fan, signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 June 1894, p. 1. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 388‑389. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 90‑92.



D65. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Chimes of Normandy, signed 'W. C.']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1894, p. 2. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1976, pp. 3‑4.



D66. THE FOURTH AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 5 July 1894, p. 8. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):119, 121, 123. Title: 'Willa Cather Reports Chautauqua 1894' (selections). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, pp. 1‑2.



D67. AT THE CHAUTAUQUA. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 6 July 1894, p. 1. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120, 122. Title as in D66(2). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, p. 2.



D68. NOTABLE CONCERT. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 7 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):119, 123‑124. Title as in D66(2).



D69. SUNDAY AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 9 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120‑121, 122. Title as in D66(2). (3) WCPM Newsletter, Summer 1975, pp. 2‑3.



D70. LIFE AT CRETE. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 10 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):120, 124‑125. Title as in D66(2).



D71. IN DUNNING HALL. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 11 July 1894, p. 5. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):126. Title as in D66(2).



D72. CRETE CHAUTAUQUA. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 12 July 1894, p. 4. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):125. Title as in D66(2).



D73. MRS. FISK'S CONCERT. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 13 July 1894, p. 5.



D74. EMPTY COTTAGES. (1) Lincoln Evening News, 14 July 1894, p. 1. (2) Prairie Schooner 43 (1969):126‑127. Title as in D66(2).



D75. AN OLD RIVER METROPOLIS [feature story on Brownville, Nebraska]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 August 1894, p. 13. (2) American Heritage, October 1970, pp. 68‑72. Omits last 2 paragraphs. Title: 'Ghost Town on the River'. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 103‑112.



D76. AMUSEMENTS [review of Cora Potter and Kyrle Bellew in In Society]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 August 1894, p. 6. Slote questions authenticity in Kingdom of Art. Based on letter #0018, Kari Ronning has demonstrated that Cather was not in Lincoln for the performance but was in Red Cloud, so the article is almost certainly not written by her.



D77. AMUSEMENTS [review of Roland Reed in The Woman Hater]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 September 1894, p. 5.



D78. AMUSEMENTS [review of Royal Entertainers in vaudeville]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 September 1894, p. 6.



D79. AMUSEMENTS [review of Underground). (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 September 1894, p. 3.



D80. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [series title; art exhibits at the State Fair, du Maurier's Trilby]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 183, 362.



D81. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [use of libraries, Annie Kenwick, Marion Manola, Sarah Grand's The Heavenly Twins, the duty of an author]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 180‑181, 406‑407.



D82. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Devil's Auction]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 September 1894, p. 3.



D83. AMUSEMENTS [review of Uncle Tom's Cabin]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 September 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 269‑270. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):118. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D84. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [music and theatre]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 September 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 216‑217.



D85. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in The Gladiator]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 October 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 270‑272.



D86. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Derby Winner]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 October 1894, p. 6.



D87. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [William McKinley, Robert Downing, church music, theatre notes]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 177‑178. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 117‑118.



D88. AMUSEMENTS [review of Gloriana]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 October 1894, p. 2.



D89. AMUSEMENTS [review of Charley's Aunt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 October 1894, p. 5.



D90. AMUSEMENTS [review of Rush City]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 October 1894, p. 6.



D91. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Duse, Bernhardt, town and gown, Oliver Wendell Holmes, war in China, practical education]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 117‑118. (3) W&P, pp. 112‑115, 129‑130.



D92. UNDER GOLDEN LEAVES OF AUTUMN [account of the Woods wedding]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 October 1894, p. 6.



D93. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Lincoln concert season, Queen Victoria, the artist's role, standards of criticism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 141‑142, 176‑177, 257‑258. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 52, 70‑71.



D94. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Hustler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 October 1894, p. 2.



D95. UTTERLY IRRELEVANT [Trilby, theatre audiences, Sordello Clubs, interview with an actor in the penitentiary]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 October 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 142‑143, 179‑180, 184‑185. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 115‑116, 131‑132.



D96. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Wife's Honor]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 October 1894, p. 2.



D97. AMUSEMENTS [review of Married for Money]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 October 1894, p. 6.



D98. MUSIC AND DRAMA [series title; review of Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 November 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.241‑242.



D99. MORE OR LESS PERSONAL [Hoyt, The Green Carnation, Bacon and Shakespeare, Duse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 November 1894, p. 12. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):68‑71. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare'. (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 135‑136, 152‑153, 242. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 56‑57, 86‑89.



D100. AMUSEMENTS [review of Royle's Friends]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 November 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 272‑273.



D101. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hot Tamales]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 November 1894, p. 5.



D102. AMUSEMENTS [review of Oh, What a Night]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 November 1894, p. 6.



D103. AMUSEMENTS [review of H.M.S. Pinafore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 November 1894, p. 6.



D104. AS YOU LIKE IT [series title; Olga Nethersole, private libraries, Bliss Carman, Pauline Hall, the French]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 137, 181, 224. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 58‑59, 116, 119‑120, 134‑135.



D105. MUSIC AND DRAMA [review of Jane and The Great Mogul; Gustave Frohman's Company No. 13]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 November 1894, p. 2.



D106. AS YOU LIKE IT [on criticism, Mrs. Kendal, Lillie Langtry, Bernhardt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 172, 258‑259. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 40‑41, 63‑65, 93‑95.



D107. AMUSEMENTS [review of Pauline Hall in Dorcas]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 November 1894, p. 2.



D108. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Wilber Entertainment Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 November 1894, p. 6.



D109. AS YOU LIKE IT [Pauline Hall, operetta stars, death of Anton Rubinstein]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 November 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 134, 228‑229. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 65‑66, 121, 167‑169, 172‑174.



D110. AS YOU LIKE IT [football, stage marriages, Robert B. Mantell, Maurice Barrymore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 151‑152, 212‑213.



D111. AMUSEMENTS [review of Nat Goodwin in A Gilded Fool]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 December 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 128‑129.



D112. MUSIC AND DRAMA [review of A Summer Blizzard]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 December 1894, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 252.



D113. ENTERTAINMENTS [Dr. McIntyre, review of Killarney]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 December 1894, p. 2.



D114. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Tavary Grand Opera Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1894, p. 4. (2) KA, pp. 131‑132.



D115. AS YOU LIKE IT [Nat Goodwin, William Crane in Brother John, Lillian Russell, living pictures]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 129‑130, 229. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 59‑60, 79‑80, 121.



D116. THE TAVARY COMPANY [review of Helena von Doenhoff in Il trovatore]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 December 1894, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132.



D117. AMUSEMENTS [review of Thomas Q. Seabrooke in Isle of Champagne]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1894, p. 6.



D118. AMUSEMENTS [review of O'Neil, Washington, D.C.]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 December 1894, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 250‑251.



D119. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespearean comedy, stage realism, the artist's social role, von Doenhoff]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 52‑54, 96‑97, 122‑123.



D120. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lady Windermere's Fan]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 December 1894, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 92.



D121. AMUSEMENTS [review of In Old Kentucky]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 December 1894, p. 3.



D122. AS YOU LIKE IT [Stevenson, Kipling, Trilby]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 311‑313, 316‑318, 363‑365. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 132‑134, 135‑139.



D123. AS YOU LIKE IT [Zola and Bernhardt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 December 1894, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 116‑117. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 139‑142.



1895

D124. AMUSEMENTS [review of Sol Smith Russell in The Heir at Law]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 January 1895, p. 6.



D125. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Charity Ball]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 237. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 220.



D126. AS YOU LIKE IT [Haydon Art Club, Belasco, criticism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 217‑219. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.124‑127, 233‑234.



D127. AMUSEMENTS [Review of Thro' the War]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 January 1895, p. 2.



D128. AMUSEMENTS [review of A Jolly Good Fellow]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 252.



D129. AMUSEMENTS [review of Yon Yonson]. (1) NSJ, 12 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 273.



D130. AS YOU LIKE IT [Sappho, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Christina Rossetti]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 346‑349. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 143‑147.



D131. AMUSEMENTS [review of Warde and James in Henry IV]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 288‑290.



D132. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespeare's histories, Julia Marlowe]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):71‑73. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare' (selection). (3) Kingdom of Art pp. 290‑291. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 230‑231.



D133. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's Men and Women]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 January 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 237‑238.



D134. AMUSEMENTS [review of elocutionist and violin recital]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 January 1895, p. 6.



D135. AMUSEMENTS [review of J. K. Emmett in Fritz in a Madhouse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 139‑140.



D136. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Girl I Left behind]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1895, p. 6.



D137. AS YOU LIKE IT (Belasco, Bernice Wheeler, von Doenhoff, Dumas fils, Nat Goodwin]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 238‑240, 247‑248. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 175‑176, 220‑223.



D138. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hendrick Hudson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 February 1895, p. 5.



D139. AMUSEMENTS [review of Charley's Aunt]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 February 1895, p. 6.



D140. AS YOU LIKE IT [interview with Gustave Frohman]. (1) 3 February 1895, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 224‑228.



D141. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Temperance Town]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1895, p. 6.



D142. AS YOU LIKE IT [Mendelssohn concert, Charles Hoyt, Russian ballerina Ksheninka]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 February 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 242‑243. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 177‑178, 234.



D143. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Passport]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 February 1895, p. 2.



D144. AS YOU LIKE IT [François Coppée]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 326‑327. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 147‑149.



D145. AMUSEMENTS [review of Eddie Foy in Off the Earth]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 February 1895, p. 8.



D146. AS YOU LIKE IT [Browning, Max O'Rell lecture, Katherine Kidder as Madame San Gêne]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 137‑138, 150‑151. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 188‑190, 204‑205.



D147. AMUSEMENTS [review of Steele MacKaye's The New 'Paul Kauvar']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 February 1895, p. 6.



D148. AMUSEMENTS [review of Clay Clement in The New Dominion]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 March 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 124‑125.



D149. AMUSEMENTS [review of Marie Tempest in The Fencing Master]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 137.



D150. AS YOU LIKE IT [Dorothy Morton, Clay Clement]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 124.



D151. AS YOU LIKE IT [Clay Clement, Modjeska, Hamlet, Mrs. James Potter]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 144‑145. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 190‑193, 194‑195, 231‑232.



D152. AS YOU LIKE IT [Falstaff, Emma Eames in Otello]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 March 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 214‑215. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 178‑182.



D153. AMUSEMENTS [review of Griffith's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 April 1895, p. 8.



D154. AS YOU LIKE IT [dramatization of Trilby, actors' private lives]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 133. (3) The World & the Parish, 193‑194, 240‑241.



D155. AS YOU LIKE IT [Nebraska (play), Beerbohm Tree, Hamlin Garland]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 223‑224. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 198.



D156. AMUSEMENTS [review of Bronson Howard's Shenadoah]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 April 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 253‑254. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 228‑229.



D157. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 18 April 1895, p. 3. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 274‑275.



D158. AS YOU LIKE IT [Shakespeare, Sardou, Madame Réjane]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 April 1895, p. 13. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (1964):73‑74. Title: 'Willa Cather on Shakespeare' (selections). (3) Kingdom of Art, pp. 286‑288. (4) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):117‑118. 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl'". (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 199‑200, 232‑233, 234‑235.



D159. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in Inez]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 April 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 275‑277.



D160. AMUSEMENTS [review of Effie Ellsler in Doris]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 April 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 139.



D161. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in The Buckeye]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1895, p. 8.



D162. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Wainwright in The Daughters of Eve, John L. Sullivan, Lillian Russell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 April 1895, p. 14. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 230‑231.



D163. AS YOU LIKE IT [Bernhardt, Salvini, Max O'Rell, Mark Twain]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 May 1895, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 150‑151.



D164. AS YOU LIKE IT [Clara Morris and others, Julia Magruder's Princess Sonia]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 May 1895, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 152‑153, 196, 216‑217.



D165. AMUSEMENTS [review of Emily Bancker in Our Flat]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 May 1895, p. 6.



D166. AS YOU LIKE IT [Lillian Russell, Ada Rehan, Nethersole, Lady Windermere's Fan]. (1) NSJ, 19 May 1895, p. 12. (2) KA, pp. 208, 389‑390. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 153‑154.



D167. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Tempest, Chicago Chap‑Book, Hobart Chatfield‑Taylor]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 May 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.224‑225. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 155‑157.



D168. AS YOU LIKE IT [Trilby fad, Warde and James, Henry IV, Sardou]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 June 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 118, 205.



D169. AMUSEMENTS [review of Oriole Opera Company]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1895, p. 6.



D170. AS YOU LIKE IT [Princess Sonia, Melba]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 June 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 132.



D171. AS YOU LIKE IT [Marie Burroughs, Duse, French taste). (I) Nebraska State Journal, 16 June 1895, P. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 118‑1 ig, 15 3‑154, 26o‑26i. (3) The World & the Parish, PP‑195, 207‑209, 235.

D172. AS YOU LIKE IT [Henry Irving, Beerbohm Tree, Rubinstein, Max O'Rell, French and American women]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 June 1895, p. 12. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 160‑161, 189‑191.



D173. AS YOU LIKE IT [William Winter as critic, Lillian Russell, Otis Skinner, Katherine Fisk]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 July 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 198.



D174. AS YOU LIKE IT [When Dreams Come True (Edgar Saltus), William Dean Howells, Bernhardt's book]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 July 1895, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, 198‑199, 259‑260, 260‑261.



D175. THE PASSING SHOW [series title; Dumas fils, Bernhardt, Zola, Mary Anderson, Augustin Daly, Clara Morris]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 July 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 155, 181. (3) The World & the Parish, pp.196‑197, 200‑202, 224.



D176. THE PASSING SHOW [Henry Guy Carleton, Belasco, Olive May interview, Howells, Henry James, Browning]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 August 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 243‑246. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 203‑204, 237‑239.



D177. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Madame Carvalho, Melba, America and Rome, Marlowe in Henry IV, Stanley Weyman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 August 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 161‑162, 195, 216, 323. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 182‑185, 205‑206.



D178. THE PASSING SHOW [Patti, de Reszke, Calvé, Mansfield, Shaw, Hamlet, DeWolf Hopper, Trilby, opening of the Creighton Theatre in Omaha]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 August 1895, pp. 6‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 254‑255.



D179. THE PASSING SHOW [Felix Morris, Eddie Foy, Rubinstein's son, Royle's Mexico, the Bowery]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 31 August 1895, p. 6‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 195‑197. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 235‑236.



D180. AMUSEMENTS [review of exhibition of hypnotism]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 September 1895, p. 6.



D181. AMUSEMENTS [review of Roland Reed in The Politician]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 September 1895, p. 2.



D182. THE PASSING SHOW [Julia Arthur, dramatizing Romola, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Calvé, Mascagni]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) YA, pp. 162‑163, 201, 209‑210. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 210‑211, 241.



D183. THE THEATRES [series title; review of Roland Reed in The Politician, the Flints' hypnotism act]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 September 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 277‑278.



D184. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Spooners in The Buckeye]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 September 1895, p. 8.



D185. AMUSEMENTS [review of Griffith's Faust]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 11 September 1895, p.8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 279‑280.



D186. THE PASSING SHOW [George Sand's Consuelo, Kipling Anthony Hope Hawkins, the Dovey sisters]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 146‑147, 210, 318‑321.



D187. THE THEATRES [review of Griffith's Faust, the Spooners]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 September 1895, p. 8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 280‑281.



D188. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine, Duse, Sir Henry Irving Marion Crawford]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 119, 329. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 209‑210, 211‑212, 261‑262.



D189. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Hustler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 September 1895, p. 8.



D190. AMUSEMENTS [review of Belasco's The Wife]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 September 1895, p. 3.



D191. AMUSEMENTS [review of Rush City]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 September 1895, p. 8.



D192. THE PASSING SHOW [Oscar Wilde, Judith Gautier, Zélie de Lussan, Clara Morris]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 133, 138‑139, 390‑393. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 263‑266.



D193. THE THEATRES [review of Belasco's The Wife]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, p.8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 281‑282.



D194. MAN AND WOMAN I A SYMPOSIUM [1 part only signed by WC]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 September 1895, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 127.



D195. AMUSEMENTS [review of William Gillette in Too Much Johnson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 October 1895, p. 3.



D196. THE PASSING SHOW [Nell Gwyn, Maude Adams, Richard Harding Davis, Howells, Harper's, Paganini]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 164‑165, 358‑359. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 266‑267.



D197. THE THEATRES [review of William Gillette in Too Mucb Johnson]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 October 1895, p. 8.



D198. AMUSEMENTS [review of Hoyt's A Contented Woman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 October 1895, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 243.



D199. THE PASSING SHOW [Edgar Allan Poe]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 380‑387. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 157‑163.



D200. AMUSEMENTS [review of Human Hearts]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 October 1895, p. 6.



D201. AMUSEMENTS [review of the Dovey sisters]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 October 1895, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 148.



D202. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Harding Davis, Anne Reeve Aldrich, Amélie Rives Chandler, Margaret Mather, Cora Potter]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 213‑214.



D203. AMUSEMENTS [review of Lillian Lewis in Cleopatra]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 October 1895, p. 6. (2) KA, pp. 292‑293. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):116‑117. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D204. AMUSEMENTS [DeWolf Hopper in Wang]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 25 October 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 140.



D205. THE PASSING SHOW [Lillian Lewis as Cleopatra, Josef Hofmann]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 October 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 148‑149, 293‑297. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):117. Title 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 185‑186, 242‑246.



D206. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Globe Trotter]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 October 1895, p. 6.



D207. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Black Crook]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 October 1895, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 275.



D208. THE PASSING SHOW [DeWolf Hopper, Romance, Stevenson's letters, Nat Goodwin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 2 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.130‑131, 231‑233, 313‑314. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 214‑216, 268‑270, 271.



D209. THE THEATRES [reviews of Mrs. Dion Boucicault in The Globe Trotter; The Black Crook]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 2 November 1895, p. 8.



D210. AMUSEMENTS [review of The Colonel's Wives]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 November 1895, p. 3.



D211. THE PASSING SHOW [Hope's Zenda stories, Pierre Loti's The Romance of a Spahi, Dumas's La route de Thibes, Death of Eugene Field, The Colonel's Wives]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 9 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 215, 321, 322, 365‑367. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 272.



D212. THE PASSING SHOW [overproductive writers, James]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.222‑223, 360‑361. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 273‑275.



D213. AMUSEMENTS [review of Walker Whiteside in Hamlet]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 November 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 304‑305. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 247‑248.



D214. THE PASSING SHOW [Ouida and women novelists, Whiteside's Hamlet]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 November 1895, pp. 7‑8. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 305‑308, 408‑409. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 248‑251, 275‑277.



D215. AMUSEMENTS [review of Robert Downing in Sardou's Helena]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 November 1895, p. 3.



D216. AMUSEMENTS [Emily Bancker in Our Flat]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 November 1895, p. 6.



D217. THE PASSING SHOW [Swinburne, Scottish writers, Ian Maclaren, Samuel Crockett, James M. Barrie]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 November 1895, pp. 6‑7. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 338‑341, 349‑350. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 277‑279.



D218. AMUSEMENTS [Effie Ellsler in As You Like It]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 December 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 298. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):118‑119. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'.



D219. AMUSEMENTS [Newest Devil's Auction]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 December 1895, p. 3.



D220. AMUSEMENTS [Louis James in Othello]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 December 1895, p. 6. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 299‑300. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 252‑253.



D221. THE PASSING SHOW [Dumas fils, Paderewski, Heine, Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 December 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 183‑184, 204, 248‑249.



D222. THE PASSING SHOW [Louis James as Othello, Mansheld charity concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 December 1895, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 202, 300‑302. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 253‑254.



1896

D223. THE PASSING SHOW [Stevenson's letters, Victor Maurel, Calvé, Clay Clement]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.214, 314‑316.



D224. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine's The Bondman, Campanini, divorce of Sadie Martinot, Ladies' Home Journal]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 165‑166, 187‑189, 329‑330.



D225. THE PASSING SHOW [Yvette Guilbert, Poet Laureate Alfred Austin, monument to Stevenson, Lillie Langtry, Walt Whitman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, p. 166‑167, 192, 225‑228, 351‑353. (3) Horizon 9 (Spring 1967):119. Title: 'Willa Cather, "The Meatax Girl"'. (4) The World & the Parish, pp. 280‑282.



D226. THE PASSING SHOW [James Lane Allen, Bernhardt, death of Pearl Etynge]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 January 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp.120‑121, 330‑331.



D227. AMUSEMENTS [Albert Hart in Wang]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 January 1896, p. 6.



D228. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Verlaine, Hardy's Jude the Ohscure]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 359‑360, 393‑397. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 282‑286.



D229. AMUSEMENTS [the Holdens in Roxy, The Waif]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 February 1896, p. 6.



D230. THE PASSING SHOW [the English poet laureate, Dumas fils, Robert G. Ingersoll]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 192‑193, 210‑211, 225, 249.



D231. THE PASSING SHOW [Zola's The Fat and the Thin, Bernhardt, Margaret Mather]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 368‑371.



D232. THE PASSING SHOW [Eugene Field's The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac, Oscar Hammerstein, Marie Corelli]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 February 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 193‑194, 202‑203, 208‑209, 254, 332‑333.



D233. THE PASSING SHOW [Saltus's Mary Magdalen, Richard Hovey, Ambroise Thomas, and Père‑Lachaise, Duse‑Bernhardt duel]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 1 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 167‑168, 354‑356, 415‑417.



D234. THE PASSING SHOW [Byron, Herbert Bates, Amélie Rives, summary of theatre season]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 8 March 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 203‑204, 334‑335, 398‑399. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 254‑255.



D235. THE PASSING SHOW [Conan Doyle, Dumas père, prodigies, Max Nordau, Anatole France]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 15 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 324‑325, 327‑328.



D236. THE PASSING SHOW [Herbert Bates, Anna Karenina, mystery stories, Stevenson's The Wrecker, Duse]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 22 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 154, 193, 335‑336, 378‑379. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 287‑288.



D237. AMUSEMENTS [review of Fleur de Lis]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 March 1896, p. 2. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 283‑284.



D238. AMUSEMENTS [Richard Mansfield in A Parisian Romance]. (1) NSJ, 29 March 1896, p. 5. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 284‑285. (3) The World & the Parish pp. 217‑218.



D239. THE PASSING SHOW [dramatization of James's The Tragic Muse, Sol Smith Russell in Mr.Valentine's Christmas and An Everyday Man]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 29 March 1896, p. 9. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 361‑362. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 288‑289.



D240. THE PASSING SHOW [Murger's Scènes de la vie de Bohème, death of Jennie Kimball. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 April 1896, p. 16. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 410‑414. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 292‑296.



D241. THE PASSING SHOW [The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard, Tom Brown's Schooldays, Mansfield, Minnie Maddern Fiske]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 April 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 328‑329, 336‑338.



D242. THE PASSING SHOW [Anthony Hope's Phroso, Beatrice Harraden, Chicago Chap‑Book, Sir Richard and Lady Burtntl, 'Kathleen Mavourneen']. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 April 1896, p. 13. (2) KA, pp. 168‑169, 185‑186, 322. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 289‑290.



D243. THE PASSING SHOW [Hovey and Carman, Bernhardt, Lillian Russell]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 26 April 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 353‑354. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 290‑292.



D244. THE PASSING SHOW [Mary Anderson, Paderewski's prize for American composers]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 155‑159. (3) The World & the Parish, p. 202.



D245. THE PASSING SHOW [The Rivals, prolific authors, notes on stars]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 May 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 262‑263.



D246. THE PASSING SHOW [Ruskin, Tolstoi's new art]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 378, 400‑404. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 291‑292, 297‑301.



D247. THE PASSING SHOW [Burns, Scottish writers, Kipling, the Balestiers]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 May 1896, p. 13. (2) YA, pp. 341‑344.



D248. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Humphry Ward and George Eliot, Nethersole and Daly, Henry Irving]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 May 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 216, 375‑377.



D249. THE PASSING SHOW [letter from Clay Clement, Daudet and the roman à clef]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 June 1896, p. 13.



D250. AMUSEMENTS [Boston Comic Opera Company in Olivette]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 June 1896, p. 6.



D251. THE PASSING SHOW [F. H. Burnett's A Lady of Quality, Abbey and Grau, death of Clam Wieck Schumann]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 June 1896, p. 13. (2) Kingdom of Art, pp. 169‑170, 197‑198, 372‑374.



D252. LA PUCELLE AGAIN [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, August 1896, p. 12.



D 252.1.  THE FINGERBOARD [Alludes to Cather's advent as youth editor: "The boys and girls should note the announcement (of the letter writing contest) on page 19"]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 27 August 1896, p. 456.



D 252.2. [Announces letter-writing contest on the theme, "the most interesting incidents in {the readers'} summer vacation"]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 27 August 1896, p. 475.



D253. STEVENSON'S MONUMENT. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, p. 3.



D254. TWO WOMEN THE WORLD IS WATCHING [Mrs. William McKinley and Mrs. William Jennings Bryan; signed 'Mary K. Hawley']. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, pp. 4‑5. (2) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 13‑15. Title: 'The Personal Side of William Jennings Bryan' (parts of the original article included). (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 309‑313.



D255. THE BURNS CENTENARY. (1) Home Monthly, September 1896, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 314.



D255.1  OF INTEREST TO OUR YOUNG READERS [announcement of Halloween short story writing contest, the second of four Cather would adjudicate]. The National Stockman and Farmer, 10 September 1896, p. 523.



D255.2  A STORY OF ROTHSCHILD [probable: anecdote about Baron Rothschild, the French capitalist].  A COURTEOUS PRINCE [probable:  anecdote about Princes Oscar and Eugene of Sweden]. [Cf. a mention of Oscar in the April 1, 1897, issue] National Stockman and Farmer, 10 September 1896, p. 523.



D255.3  THE EDITOR'S CHAIR [feature; signed 'The Editor,'  subtitled "Caesar and the Pirates of Pharmacusa"] [Announces irregular series "on the boyhood of some of the world's great men" (in this anecdote, Caesar is actually age 24)] National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 546.



D255.4.  EDUCATING GERMAN PRINCES [probable; short subject in the vein of the "boyhoods of great men."  Its thesis, "Even in childhood royal people undergo unusual trials," is echoed in several future installments of the series] National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 546-47.



D255.5.  A DAKOTA GIRL  [Editor's note: "This is one of the interesting letters received from our young readers about their vacation experience.  Our Eastern young folks will be especially interested in this clear little description of Indian life in Dakota."]. National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 547.  [Cf. a less cheerful epistle about farm life on the northern plains titled "A Letter from South Dakota" published in the NSF's March 11, 1897, issue].



D255.6. KANSAS' USUAL LUCK  [probable: unsigned short subject is almost certainly Cather's by virtue of its ironical humor, regional interest, and thematic and stylistic similarity with "The Hottest Day I Ever Spent," "A Resurrection," and other sketches of river towns like Brownville, Nebraska].  National Stockman and Farmer, 17 September 1896, p. 547.



D256. [Review of Roland Reed in The Wrong Mr. Wright]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 September 1896, p. 9.



D256.1  THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature, signed 'The Editor,' subtitled "The Great Man of China"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 24 September 1896, p. 565. [The second installment of Cather's "boyhoods of great men" profiled Chinese general and diplomat Li Hung Chang, then touring the United States.  Cather rewrote this piece as two separate articles for the HM's October 1896 issue: the first an unsigned editorial (presumably for all ages), the second for Home Monthly's youth department, "With the Young Folks," signed "Leslie Helmer"].



D256.2.  [The rules for the Halloween story writing contest are repeated with two additions: stories are to be written in ink on one side of the page only, and the author's name needs be included, even if the story is signed with a pen name] National Stockman and Farmer, 24 September 1896, p. 565.



D257. NORDICA HAS RETURNED [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, October 1896, p. 14.



D258. PRODIGAL SALARIES TO SINGERS [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, October 1896, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 315‑316.



D258.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature, signed 'The Editor,' subtitled "Some Facts about Grant"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 October 1896, p. 618-19. [Third in the "boyhoods of great men" series; primary focus is Grant's boyhood passion for horses].



D259. [Review of Sol Smith Russell in A Bachelor's Romance]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 13 October 1896, p. 10.



D259.1.  THOSE HALLOWEEN STORIES  [Notes that stories are arriving in great numbers; predicts that the first (and perhaps the second) place winner would be published in the next issue.  Actually, the three prize-winning stories appeared on 29 October, when they covered for Cather's absence]. National Stockman and Farmer, 15 October 1896, p. 642.



D259.2.  THE EDITOR'S TALK. [With this issue,"The Editor's Talk" turned from heads of state to polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen, who only weeks before had returned from his unsuccessful three-year-long attempt at the North Pole.  Cather predicts, "if the pole is ever reached at all, ten chances to one it will be by an American"] National Stockman and Farmer, 15 October 1896, p. 642.  [Cf. "What Nansen Found," excerpted from Golden Days and placed in the 19 November 1896 National Stockman and Farmer (762), and a third mention of Nansen, reprinted from the Atlanta Constitution, that appeared in the 10 December 1896 issue of the National Stockman and Farmer, titled "A Wonderful Story" (835)].



D259.3.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [On the Sultan of Turkey; while admitting the slaughter of Armenians was "entirely without excuse," the editor focuses on his fabulous fortune and his gentle family life]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 October 1896, p. 666.



D260. THE ORIGIN OF THANKSGIVING [signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 8.



D261. DEATH OF GEORGE DUMAURIER. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 316‑318.



D262. THE RETURN OF THE ROMANTIC DRAMA [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, November 1896, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 318.



D263. [Review of Joseph Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 November 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 422‑423.



D263.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [Praises the entrants and announces the prizewinners of the Halloween story contest.  Cather then addresses the practical value of learning to write: "While it is by no means desirable that everyone should write as a business, it is very desirable indeed that everyone should learn to write well." National Stockman and Farmer, 12 November 1896, p. 738.



D263.2.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [On Czar Nicholas II.   Rather than treating the czar's boyhood, Cather discusses the recent "tour through all the European countries" by  "the young Czar" and his family. Much of the column is an excerpted description of the Czar's armored train.   The account of his reception by the French corresponds in subject and timing with an unsigned editorial in the Dec. 1896 Home Monthly titled "How Paris Entertained the Czar" (11)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 19 November 1896, p. 762.



D264. [Review of the Hollands in A Superfluous Husband and Colonel Carter of Cartersville, signed 'Willa']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 November 1896, p. 5. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 2. Title 'The Hollands at the Grand'.



D264.2. OF INTEREST TO OUR YOUNG READERS: THE STOCKMAN'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO ITS YOUNG READERS.  [The beginning of this announcement of the third contest Cather would administer may have been written by T. E. Orr, but an appended offer for "the little folks" for the best letter to the editor is in Cather's voice and offers a fifth prize typical of her: Carroll's Alice in Wonderland]. National Stockman and Farmer, 26 November 1896, p 785.



D265. THE THREE HOLY KINGS [WC, trans.]. (1) Home Monthly, December 1896, cover and p. 1.



D266. "IAN MACLAREN" AS A MINISTER [editorial] (1) Home Monthly, December 1896, p. 12.



D267. [Review of Hoyt's A Milk White Flag; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 December 1896, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 467‑468.



D268. THE PASSING SHOW [Massenet's Eve, E. M. Holland in A Social Highwayman, Campanini. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 377‑381.



D269. [Review of Thoroughbred; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 December 1896, p. 2. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, pp. 2‑3. Title 'It Lacks Continuity'.



D269.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.  [Discourse on homemade Christmas presents "that even little fingers can make"; prefigures Jim Burden's famous "country Christmas" in My Ántonia, Book 1, section XI].  National Stockman and Farmer, 10 December 1896, p. 834.



D270. THE PASSING SHOW [Nordica and Jean de Reszke, Howells, Princess Osra dramatized]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 381‑384.



D271. [Review of Frank Daniels in Wizard of the Nile (Victor Herbert); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 December 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 385‑386.



D271.1.  THE BOY KING OF SPAIN.  ["The Editor" introduces a long excerpt from The English Illustrated Magazine about Alfonso XIII, continuing the "boyhoods of great men" series.  Cf. the prefatory poem, "From One Boy to Another," excerpted from Harper's Round Table, but addressed to the Boy King of Spain (National Stockman and Farmer, 18 February 1897, p.1074)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 17 December 1896, p. 858.



D272. THE PASSING SHOW [Henry James's The Other House, Frank Daniels in Wizard of the Nile]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 December 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 551‑553.



D273. BEAUTIFUL ANNA HELD [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 December 1896, p. 6. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 3.



D274. THE EDITOR'S TALK [feature; signed 'The Editor']. (1) National Stockman and Farmer, 24 December 1896, p. 18. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary issue, Summer 1973, pp. 3‑4. Title: 'About Jim and Elsie'.



D275. [Review of James Herne's Shore Acres; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 December 1896, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 469‑471.



D275.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK  [Announces the new Prize Question Contest, the fourth under Cather's direction.  "Each week for five consecutive weeks a list of questions, chiefly historical" will be published (906).  Many of her readers lived on remote farms; tackling this list with a few encyclopedic references from home and school would be a worthy challenge.  The questions are strongly marked by Cather's interests in classical, military, and literary history]. National Stockman and Farmer, 31 December 1896, p. 906.



1897

D276. ITALO CAMPANINI. (1) Home Monthly, January 1897, p. 11.



D276.1.  THE EDITOR'S TALK.   [Updates readers "About that Story Contest" (the deadline of the third contest was Jan. 1); Cather is amazed at the number of submissions and is perplexed by some children's handwriting]. National Stockman and Farmer, 7 January 1897, p. 930.



D276.2.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Repeats the Prize Question Contest prizes and rules and adds the second installment of ten questions]. National Stockman and Farmer, 7 January 1897, p. 931.



D277. BOOKS OLD AND NEW [romances, Edna Lyall, children's classics; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, January 1897, p. 23. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 333‑337.



D278. THE PASSING SHOW [Anna Held]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 389‑393.



D279. [Review of Jessie Bartlett Davis and the Bostonians in Robin Hood; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 January 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 386.



D280. THE PASSING SHOW [Handel's Messiah, Anna Held and Henry C. Frick, Henry E. Abbey's career]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 471‑473, 505‑506.



D281. [Review of Otis Skinner in A Soldier of Fortune; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 January 1897, p. 10. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Fall 1977, p. 3.



D281.1.  THE STORY CONTEST.  [Signed "The Editor"; announces first prize girl's story; hopes to award other prizes next week]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 954.



D281.2.  THE PRIZE LETTER.  [Signed "The Editor"; Cather praises Miss Hallie Hill's style, punctuation, and pensmanship (this prize she added for readers under eleven)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 955.



D281.3.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Repeats prizes and rules and adds questions 21-30]. National Stockman and Farmer, 14 January 1897, p. 955.



D282. THE PASSING SHOW [Jessie Bartlett Davis, Sunday music, Elia W. Peattie]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 January 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 506‑507.



D283. [Review of Fanny Davenport in Sardou's Gismonda; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 January 1897, p. 10.



D283.1.  THE PRIZE STORIES. [Signed "The Editor"; Cather introduces the girl's second place story and praises a second letter]. National Stockman and Farmer, 21 January 1897, p. 978.



D284. [Review of My Friend from India; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 January 1897, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 468‑469.



D284.1.  TOM'S ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES: BOY'S FIRST PRIZE STORY.  [Not introduced.  Set, of all places, during a December snowstorm on the Nebraska prairie, this story by Johnny G. McAdoo is a clear prototype of the Russian wolf story of My Ántonia]. National Stockman and Farmer, 28 January 1897, p. 1002.



D284.2.  THE PRIZE QUESTION CONTEST.  [Completes the list of all fifty questions]. National Stockman and Farmer, 28 January 1897, p. 1002-03.



D285. THE PASSING SHOW [Fanny Davenport in Sardou's Grismonda and La Tosca]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 January 1896, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 424‑426.



D286.0 A MODERN MAN [editorial on Prince Michael Hilkoff]. (1) Home Monthly, February 1897, p. 12.



D287. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [romances, The Prisoner of Zenda, Treasure Island; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, February 1897, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 338‑339.



D288. [Review of Julia Marlowe in Romeo and Juliet]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 February 1897, p. 5.



D288.1.  ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRIZES.  ["The Editor" asks readers to understand the delay in awards is due to reading the hundreds of entries]. National Stockman and Farmer, 4 February 1897, p. 1026.



D289. THE PASSING SHOW [Carreño in concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 February 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 397‑400.



D290. [Review of Pudd'nhead Wilson; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 February 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 477‑478.



D291. THE PASSING SHOW [Julia Marlowe as Juliet, E. S. Willard]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 February 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 427‑429.



D292. [Review of Margaret Mather in Cymbeline; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 February 1897, p. 4.



D292.1.  GOOD ADVICE.  [Cather paraphrases an amusing anecdote from the New York{?} Times Herald about Teddy Roosevelt stalling in recitation as a boy.  The tale is in the vein of the "boyhoods of great men"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 February 1897, p. 1099.



D293. THE PASSING SHOW [Nordica in concert, Sothern in An Enemy to the King]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 February 1897, p. 13.



D294. THE CARNEGIE MUSEUM. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, pp. 1‑4



D295. THE PASSING OF "THE DUCHESS". (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 7.



D296. "MARK TWAIN'S" POVERTY [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 12.



D297. THE SULTAN'S MUSICAL TASTE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 12.



D298. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Kings in Exik, The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard, Phroso; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, March 1897, p. 16. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 340‑343.



D299. [Review of The Sporting Duchess; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 March 1897, p. 6.



D300. [Review of Lohengrin; signed 'A Woman Lover of Music']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 March 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 400‑402.



D300.1.  AS TO THE PRIZE QUESTIONS.  ["The Editor" regrets that the prizes cannot be announced this week, but asks readers to understand the care she is taking in grading their answers "like examination papers." (Actually she was enjoying a week of Wagner!)]. National Stockman and Farmer, 4 March 1897, p. 1122.



D301. [Review of Tannhäuser; in a prefatory note the author is described as 'a lady who wields a trenchant pen']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 March 1897, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 402‑404.



D302. THE PASSING SHOW [Margaret Mather in Cymbeline, The Heart of Maryland]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 7 March 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 429‑432.



D303. [Review of Nat Goodwin in An American Citizen; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 March 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, pp. 1‑2.



D303.1.  A BOY AND A BICYCLE.  ["The Editor" discusses the pleasures of wheeling, how a boy can earn a bicycle, and sounds readers about a bicycle story contest.  She would not continue with the Stockman long enough to adjudicate this contest, but the initial response she received from the "boys" was favorable]. National Stockman and Farmer, 11 March 1897, p. 1146.



D303.2.  DECLAMATIONS WANTED.  ["The Editor" conveys requests for school speeches]. National Stockman and Farmer, 11 March 1897, p. 1147.



D304. THE PASSING SHOW [Lohengrin and Tannhäuser]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 March 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 404‑408.



D305. [Review of Nethersole in Carmen; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 March 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, p. 2.



D305.1.  THE AWARDS.  ["The Editor" announces the winners of the Prize Question Contest.  Cather wrote, "We are all more than proud of the exceedingly creditable nature of the answers received . . . . Most of the grades ran above 70 percent and very few fell below 50 percent. . . . Next week we will publish some of the laughable answers that are always sure to appear in such a contest."   The names of the four high scorers were followed by a half-column list of honorable mentions, including entrants from thirteen states, a few coming from Minnesota, Oregon, Iowa, and Nebraska.  Also given are the "Correct Answers to [the Prize] Questions," no doubt written by Cather]. National Stockman and Farmer, 18 March 1897, pp. 1170-71.



D306. [Review of DeWolf Hopper in El Capitan by John Philip Sousa; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 March 1897, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 387.



D306.1.  SOME FUNNY ANSWERS.  ["The Editor" relates some amusing answers submitted to the Prize Question contest]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 March 1897,  p.1194-95.



D306.2.  ANSWERS TO TWO LETTERS.  ["The Editor" responds to readers' questions and offers "I would say to all our young readers, that I will be glad to answer their questions at any time."   This policy is not continued by her replacement editor on 3 June]. National Stockman and Farmer, 25 March 1897,  p.1195.



D307. THE PASSING SHOW [Nethersole in Carmen, Camille, and The Wife of Scarli]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 March 1897, p. 13. (2) W&P, pp. 432‑436.



D308. THE BYRONIC RENAISSANCE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D309. GERMAN OPERA IN PITTSBURGH [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D310. LIME GREECE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 12.



D311. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Les misérables, A Kentucky Cardinal; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, April 1897, p. 16. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 343‑345.



D311.1.  EASTER IN WASHINGTON.  ["The Editor" recalls Easter visits to Washington, D. C., by the Charles Cather family during her childhood—events not previously known.  See Bintrim, "Recovering," for commentary]. National Stockman and Farmer, 1 April 1897,  p.1218.



D311.2.  [UNTITLED FILLER]  [Probable: this epigram prefigures Mrs. Archie's stingy baking for church functions in SOL: "—Of all ordinary things, the worst is a stingy pie that is long on crust and short on filling"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 1 April 1897,  p.1218.



D312. THE PASSING SHOW [Nat Goodwin in An American Citizen, DeWolf Hopper in El Capitan, Julia Marlowe]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 1897, p. 13.



D312.1.  OLIVER OPTIC.  ["The Editor" notes the passing of boys' author William T. Adams.  Cf. a parallel notice in HM May 1897, p. 13]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 April 1897,  p.1242.



D312.2.  POE'S "TO HELEN."  ["The Editor" responds to a reader who wrote to protest an error in answers to Prize Questions published the previous week.  Cather responds that Poe wrote two poems titled "To Helen" and reprints the one referred to in the question]. National Stockman and Farmer, 8 April 1897,  p.1242.



D313. [Review of Maude Adams and John Drew in Rosemary; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 April 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, pp. 2‑3.



D314. [Review of Richard Mansfield in The Merchant of Venice; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 April 1897, p. 9. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Summer 1972, p. 3.



D314.1.  TO PRESERVE BIRDS AND SMALL ANIMALS.  [Rolling up her sleeves, "The Editor" fulfills a reader's request for instruction in basic taxidermy"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.  [Bibliographic note: The 15 April 1897 issue marking the Stockman's twenty-first year was the first issued from its new facility at the Heeran Building on Eighth Street in downtown Pittsburgh. In the redesigned, smaller format, "Our Young Folks" was shifted from pages 18 and 19 to pages 20 and 21 of each issue].



D314.2.  DEDICATION OF THE GRANT MONUMENT.   [This unsigned piece echoes the notice in HM for May 1897, p. 10]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.



D314.3.  AN EXPLANATION.  ["The Editor" again was asked to explain an answer from the Prize Question contest.  While admitting a lack of clarity in the phrasing, Cather insisted that "the answer to the question was quite unmistakable"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 52.



D314.4.  OUR YOUNG FOLKS' CALENDAR.  [This unsigned but probable piece explains the new feature: for each day of the week "some quotations from our great poets or philosophers" will be given.  The Editor invites readers to write her to learn more about the quotations]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 53.



D314.5  [UNTITLED SHORT ITEM]  [Asks reader Sally A. Merchant to send her address so "The Editor" can mail her "the poem, 'Ostler Joe,' which she wants"  (52).  This notice suggests Cather went beyond her prescribed duties to serve her readers]. National Stockman and Farmer, 22 April 1897,  p. 53.



D314.6.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 2-8].  [Offers daily quotations from Thomas B. Aldritch, Francis Bacon, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Victor Hugo, James Russell Lowell, Lewis B. Bates, Churchill. These quotations might provide a useful index of Cather's current or favorite reading]. National Stockman and Farmer, 29 April 1897,  p. 84.



D315. NURSING AS A PROFESSION FOR WOMEN [signed 'Elizabeth L. Seymour']. (1) HM, May 1897, pp. 3‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 219‑324.



D315.1.  THE DEDICATION OF THE GRANT MONUMENT.   [This brief notice is probably hers and comments indirectly on the Stockman's "Editor's Talk" series, saying, "great men are the sum and substance of history" (10). Home Monthly, May 1897, XXX.



D316. KING GEORGE OF GREECE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, May 1897, p. 12.



D317. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [David Copperfield, Mark Twain, Mrs. Humphry Ward, George Eliot; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, May 1897, p. 18. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 346‑349.



D318. THE PASSING SHOW [Maude Adams and John Drew in Rosemary, Mansfield in The Merchant of Venice]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 2 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 437‑438, 439‑441.



D318.1.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 9-16].  [Daily quotations from Stevenson, Emerson, Horace Mann, D. M. Mulock, Pope, and Longfellow]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.2.  VICTORIA'S LONG REIGN.  [This variation on "the boyhoods of great men" is "The Editor's" final effort in the series.  The occasion is the sixtieth anniversary of the Queen's coronation, set for June.  Cather repeats the key anecdote in her signed article, "Victoria's Ancestors: The House of Hanover," in HM of June 1897, p. 1-4]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.3.  A QUESTION.  ["The Editor" asks the young folks help a reader locate the source of the lines, "A dreary place this world would be / Were there no children in it". Cather's cheerful reference service would not be continued by her replacement editor]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 117.



D318.4. OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 9-16].  [Daily quotations from Stevenson, Emerson, Horace Mann, D. M. Mulock, Pope, and Longfellow]. National Stockman and Farmer, 6 May 1897,  p. 116.



D318.5.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 17-22].  [Daily quotations from  {XXXX?  Need Copy}].. National Stockman and Farmer, 13 May 1897,  p. 136.



D319. THE PASSING SHOW [Yvette Guilbert, Kipling]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 555‑556.



D319.1.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 23-29].  [Daily quotations from Shelley, Tennyson, Longfellow, Ruskin, John Richard Green, Burns, and Campbell]. National Stockman and Farmer, 13 May 1897,  p. 182.



D320. THE PASSING SHOW [Calvé in concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 23 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 409‑411.



D321. [Review of Lizzie Hudson Collier in Rosedale; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 May 1897, p. 9.



D321.1.  NURSING AS A PROFESSION.  [Reprints "Nursing as a Profession for Women" from the HM, May 1897, p. 3-5.  This is Cather's sole documented contribution to the "Home Miscellany" department, although editors of this department frequently appear in "Our Young Folks"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897,  p. 21_]. [Bibliographic note: The cumulative page numbers are off in this issue; this page appears as 21_, with the final digit omitted]



D321.2.  OUR YOUNG PEOPLE'S CALENDAR [FOR MAY 30-June 5].  [Daily quotations from Carlyle, Pope, Whittier, Byron, Watts, and Emerson]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897,  p. 214.  [Bibliographic note: The cumulative page numbers in this issue are off: the first page of "Our Young Folks" is 214, the second is numbered 183 (carried over from last issue).  The yearly index may resolve this issue].



D321.3.  VACATION DAYS.  [As she had begun her tenure as youth editor with a writing contest about favorite activities of summer vacation, Cather returned to the topic near the end of the school year.  She wishes her readers "a happy vacation with plenty of bicycle riding, good fishing and enough work to keep [their] temper good."  She invites the youngsters to write her about their activities, and promises "this fall we will begin running a series of the best declamations and recitations . . . . we would advise all the young folks to cut them out and preserve them, as they will make a useful and valuable collection"]. National Stockman and Farmer, 27 May 1897. p. 224.



D322. THE PASSING SHOW [Lizzie Hudson Collier in Rosedale, Mrs Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 May 1897, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 443‑447.



D323. VICTORIA'S ANCESTORS. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, pp. 1‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 325‑332.



D324. THE PAPER AGE [editorial]. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, p. 12.



D325. EMMA CALVE. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, pp. 13‑14.



D326. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Moore, Byron, Ouida; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, June 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 350‑353.



D327. [Review of The Peopk's King; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 June 1897, p. 4.



D328. THE GREAT WOMAN EDITOR OF PARIS [Juliette Adam, editor of Nouvelle revue]. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 8.



D329. NOT TO THE QUEEN'S TASTE. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 12.



D330. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Emerson, Hall Caine's The Bondman; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, July 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 353‑354.



D331. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Gilbert Parker's The Seats of the Mighty, Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, September 1897), p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 355‑357.



D332. [Review of Never Again; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 September 1897, p. 4.



D333. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Housman, F. H. Burnett's A Lady of Quality, Thackeray, Alice in Wonderland; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, October 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 358‑361.



D334. [Review of Augustin Daly's Divorce; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 October 1897, p. 4.



D335. SOUSA'S OPENING [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 October 1897, p. 4.



D336. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Tales from McClure's: Tales of Humor, Edgar Allan Poe, Old Ebenezer by Opie Read, Hugh Wynne: Free Quaker by S. Weir Mitchell]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 October 1897, p. 2.



D337. [Review of The Prisoner of Zenda; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 October 1897, p. 4.



D338. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Kipling's Captains Courageous, M. H. Catherwood's The Days of Jeanne d'Arc]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 October 1897, p. 2.



D339. THE PASSING SHOW [horse show, Charles Stanley Reinhart]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 October 1897, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 508‑512.



D340. [Review of The Wedding Day; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 October 1897, p. 4.



D341. THE PASSING SHOW [Sousa and Kipling, Carnegie Prize Committee]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 October 1897, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 387‑389, 513‑514, 562.



D342. ANTHONY HOPE'S LECTURE [review, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 30 October 1897, p. 6.



D343. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Eliot's The Mill on the Floss; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, November 1897, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 361‑365.



D344. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [S. Weyman's For the Cause and F. Palmer's How the Greeks Were Defeated, in Forum (November 1897)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 5 November 1897, p. 12.



D345. THE PASSING SHOW [Heine and Hugo, Evangelina Cisneros, Lillian Russell in The Wedding Day]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 6 November 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 393‑395, 515‑517.



D346. THE PASSING SHOW [Writers' Club dinner for Anthony Hope Hawkins and interview]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 13 November 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 564‑570.



D347. [Review of Mrs. Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 November 1897, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 447‑448.



D348. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Charm and Other Drawing Room Farces (W. Besant and W. Pollock), The Love Affairs of Some Famous Men]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 November 1897, p. 4.



D349. THE PASSING SHOW [President McKinley in Pittsburgh, Campanari concert]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 November 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 517‑521.



D350 [Review of Belasco's The Wife; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 23 November 1897, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 479‑480.



D351. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Latimers (H. McCook), A Fountain Sealed (W. Besant), Blown Away (Richard Mansfield), Thro' Lattice Windows (W.J. Davidson)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 November 1897, p. 4. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Spring 1972, pp. 1‑2. 'The Latimers' only.



D352. [Review of The Sporting Duchess; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 30 November 1897, p. 10.



D353. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [William Allen White, Captains Courageous (Kipling); signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1897, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 365‑367.



D354. THE WANDERING JEW [review of the Eugène Sue novel, signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1897, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 367‑368.



D355. WITH NANSEN TO THE POLE [article signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 December 1897, p. 2.



D356. THE PASSING SHOW [Victor Herbert's Serenade, Anton Seidl and the United Singers]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 December 1897, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 412, 525‑526.



D357. PITTSBURGH ORCHESTRA [review signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 December 1897, p. 13. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, December 1979, pp. 1‑2.



D358. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in Tess of the D'Urbervilles]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 11 December 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 448‑452.



D359. [Review of Salt of the Earth; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 14 December 1897, p. 4.



D360. THE PASSING SHOW [Writers' Club dinner for Fridtjof Nansen and interview]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 18 December 1897, pp. 4‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 521‑525.



D361. THE PASSING SHOW [Nansen's views on literature, Dvořák's, New World Symphony, musicians' stories]. (I) Lincoln Courier, 25 December 1897, pp. 2‑3. (2) Prairie Schooner 38 (Winter 1964‑1965):344‑345.(3) The World & the Parish, pp. 413‑414.



D362. PHASES OF ALPHONSE DAUDET [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 26 December 1897, p. 16.



D363. [Review of The Lost Paradise; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 December 1897, p. 4.



1898

D364. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [Hugh Wynne: Free Quaker (S. Weir Mitchell), Rupert of Hentzau (Anthony Hope), Jane Eyre (C. Brontë); signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, January 1898, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 369‑372.



D365. THE PASSING SHOW [Olive May in White Heather, Secret Service (William Gillette)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 1 January 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 480‑481.



D366. [Review of Melba in The Barber of Seville; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 January 1898, p. 4.



D367. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The School for Saints (J. O. Hobbes), The Habitant (W. H. Drummond)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 January 1898, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 570‑571.



D368. [Review of William H. Crane in A Virginia Courtship; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 January 1898, p. 6.



D369. [Review of E. S. Willard in Garrick (A. Daly); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 January 1898, p. 4.



D370. THE PASSING SHOW [the death of Daudet]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 January 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 572‑576.



D371. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Reminiscences of William Wetmore Story (Mary E. Phillips), There is No Devil (Marius Jokai)]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 January 1898, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 577‑579.



D372. THE PASSING SHOW [Melba in The Barber of Seville, Yone Noguchi]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 29 January 1898, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 414‑417, 579‑580.



D373. OLD BOOKS AND NEW [death of Daudet, Quo Vadis?; signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, February 1898, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 372‑374.



D374. THE PASSING SHOW [Ethelbert Nevin's Carnegie Hall recital]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 February 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 533‑538.



D375. MISS MOULD TALKS [interview]. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 February 1898, p. 5.



D376. [Review of Ash Wednesday]. (1) New York Sun, 9 February 1898, p. 7. Probable attribution.



D377. [Reviews of Modjeska in Mary Stuart; Way Down East]. (1) New York Sun, 11 February 1898, p. 7. Probable attribution.



D378. THE PASSING SHOW [on interviewing Adelaide Mould, daughter of Marion Manola]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 February 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 527‑532.



D379. THE PASSING SHOW [on E. S. Willard]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 February 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 485‑488.



D380. [Review of Vesta Tilley in vaudeville; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 March 1898, p. 10.



D381. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Going to War in Greece (F. Palmer), 'English as Against French Literature' by Henry D. Sedgwick (Atlantic, March 1898); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 March 1898, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 582‑584.



D382. THE PASSING SHOW [New York productions of The Lady of Lyons, Ada Rehan in The Country Girl, Modjeska in Mary Stuart]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 5 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 452‑457, 459‑460.



D383. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Tales of John Oliver Hobbes (Pearl Craigie), The Stoty of Evangelina Cisneros (Cisneros and Decker); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 March 1898, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 585‑586.



D384. THE PASSING SHOW [New York productions of The Tree of Knowledge, The Conquerors]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 482‑485.



D385. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Barnstormers (Mrs. Harcourt Williamson); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 March 1898, p. 3.



D386. THE PASSING SHOW [Melba, Nat Goodwin, Vesta Tilley]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 19 March 1898, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 395‑397, 417‑419.



D387. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Across the Salt Sea (J. Bloundell‑Burton), In the Midst of Life (Bierce); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 March 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 586‑587.



D388. [Review of Mansfield in The Devil's Disciple; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 March 1898, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 489‑490.



D389. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Romance of Zion Chapel (R. Le Gallienne), Woman's Bible, vol. 2 (E. C. Stanton); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 April 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 538‑541, 587‑589.



D390. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Nat Goodwin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 9 April 1898, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 461‑464.



D391. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Fantasia (G. Egerton); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 April 1898, p. 14.



D392. THE PASSING SHOW [The Barnstormers (Mrs. H. Williamson)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 April 1898, p. 3.



D393. [Review of Charles Coghlan in The Royal Box; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 April 1898, p. 10.



D394. THE PASSING SHOW [the sinking of the Maine, Mansfield in The Devil's Disciple]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 April 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) W&P, pp. 544‑546.



D395. THE PASSING SHOW [Charles Coghlan's The Royal Box]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 April 1898, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 481‑482



D396. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Bride of Japan (C. Dawe), Here and There and Everywhere (Mrs. M. E. W. Sherwood); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 6 May 1898, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 541‑543.



D397. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The French Market Girl (Zola); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 27 May 1898, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 592‑594.



D398. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Brown‑Laurel Marriage (Landis Ayr); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 June 1898, p. 5.



D399. THE WAR AND THE MAGAZINES [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 July 1898, p. 2.



D400. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Aurelian Wall and Other Poems (Bliss Carman); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 July 1898, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 580‑581.



D401. [Review of The Bride Elect by John Philip Sousa; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 5 October 1898, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 610‑611.



D402. [Review of The Tree of Knowledge; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, November 1898, p. 11.



D403. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Romance of the House of Savoy (Althea Wiel); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 November 1898, p.13.



D404. [Review of Modjeska in Mary Stuart; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 November 1898, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 460‑461.



D405. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Yankee Boy's Success (H. S. Morrison), The Changeling (W. Besant); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 November 1898, p. 5.



D406. [Review of Nat Goodwin in Nathan Hale (Clyde Fitch); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 29 November 1898, p. 5.



D407, BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [In the Cage (H. James), Plays, Pleasant and Unpleasant (G. B. Shaw); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 December 1898, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 553‑554, 595‑597.



D408. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Dream Days (K. Grahame), The Money Captain (W. H. Payne), Ashes of Empire (R. W. Chambers) signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 December 1898, p. 9. (2) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Winter 1973, pp. 3‑4.



D409, [Review of E. H. Sothern in The King's Musketeers; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 December 1898, p. 8.



D410. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in A Bit of Old Chelsea and Love Will Find a Way]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 December 1898, p. 3.



1899

D411. THE PASSING SHOW [Israel Zangwill's lecture "The Drama as a Fine Art"]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 January 1899, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 491‑494.



D412. [Review of Julia Marlowe in The Countess Valeska; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 January 1899, p. 10.



D413. THE PASSING SHOW [on interviewing Mrs. Fiske]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 14 January 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 660‑664.



D414. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Omar the Tentmaker (N. H. Doyle), The Borderland of Society (C. B. Davis); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 20 January 1899, p. 13.



D415. THE PASSING SHOW [Nat Goodwin in C. Fitch's Nathan Hale]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 January 1899, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 667‑668.



D416. [Review of Mr. Barnes of New York; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 24 January 1899, p. 10.



D417. THE PASSING SHOW (Julia Marlowe in As You Like It and The Countess Valeska]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 28 January 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) W&P, pp. 669‑673.



D418. THE PASSING SHOW (Johnstone Bennett, Rosenthal concert, Sothern in The King's Musketeers]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 February 1899, p. 3. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 495‑497, 543‑544, 611‑613.



D419. GENIUS IN MIRE [article on Richard Realf, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 12 February 1899, p. 20.



D420. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Day's Work (Kipling); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 February 1899, p. 5.



D421. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Realf]. (1) Courier, 25 February 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 598‑603.



D422. THE PASSING SHOW [The Day's Work (Kipling)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 March 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 555‑561.



D423. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Two Standards (W. Barry), The Maine (C. D. Sigbee); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 March 1899, p. 12. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 590‑591.



D424. THE PASSING SHOW [Lizzie Hudson Collier in Jane, Maude Adams in The Little Minister]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 18 March 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 547‑548, 673‑675.



D425. [Review of Mansfield in Cyrano de Bergerac (Rostand); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 21 March 1899, p. 4.



D426. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Frank Norris's McTeague; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 31 March 1899, p. 8.



D427. THE PASSING SHOW [Richard Realf, Norris's McTeague]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 8 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 603‑608.



D428. THE PASSING SHOW [Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 15 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 497‑502.



D429. THE PASSING SHOW [Mansfield as Cyrano]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 April 1899, pp. 2‑3. (2) W&P, pp. 675‑677.



D430. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Daughter of the Vine (Gertrude Atherton), 'Ickery Ann and Other Girls and Boys (Elia W. Peattie); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 April 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 694‑696. (3) WCPM Newsletter, Literary Issue, Winter 1973, p. 4.



D431. RICHARD REALF, POET AND SOLDIER [article signed  'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, May 1899, pp. 10‑11.



D432. [Review of Francis Wilson in The Little Corporal; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 May 1899, p. 2.



D433. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Perfect Wagnerite (G. B. Shaw), Holland As Seen by an American (J. H. Gore); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 27 May 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 617‑618.



D434. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Professor's Daughter (Anna Farquhar), The Wind among the Reeds (W. B. Yeats), War Is Kind (S. Crane); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 3 June 1899, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 700‑702, 705‑706.



D435. THE PASSING SHOW [Metropolitan Opera Company in Pittsburgh, Lohengrin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 June 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 619‑623.



D436. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Market Place (H. Frederic), Oliver Cromwell (S. H. Church); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 10 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 709‑711.



D437. THE PASSING SHOW [the Metropolitan Opera Company in Pittsburgh, Die Walküre]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 623‑626.



D438. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [No. 5 John Street (R. Whiteing), More (M. Beerbohm); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 17 June 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 696‑697, 712‑714.



D439. THE PASSING SHOW [death of Augustin Daly]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 1 July 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 473‑476.



D440. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Vengeance of the Female (M. Wilcox); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 1 July 1899, p. 6.



D441. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Awakening (K. Chopin), What Women Can Earn, Outsiders: An Outline (R. W. Chambers); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 8 July 1899, p. 6. (2) W&P, pp. 697‑699.



D442. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'An Evening at Vineacre'. On Ethelbert Nevin]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 15 July 1899, pp. 4‑5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 626‑634. Note: Parts of this article are used in WCs Ladies' Home Journal (November 1900) article on Nevin, 'The Man Who Wrote "Narcissus"'. See D503.



D443. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [George Borrow; Life and Correspondence (W. Knapp), A Silent Singer (C. Morris); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 15 July 1899, p. 5. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 699‑700, 714‑717.



D444. THE PASSING SHOW [Nethersole in The Second Mrs. Tanqueray]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 22 July 1899, pp. 5, 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 677‑678.



D445. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [A Lost Lady of Old Years (J. Buchan); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 22 July 1899, p. 6.



D446. THE PASSING SHOW [Buchan's A Lost Lady of Old Years, Arnold Bennett's A Man from the North]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 25 July 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 718‑720, 721‑722.



D447. THE PASSING SHOW [The Awakening (K. Chopin), The Forest Lovers (Hewlett)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 26 August 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 720‑721.



D448. THE PASSING SHOW [Whiteing's No. 5 John Street]. (1) Courrier, 2 September 1899, pp. 3‑4.



D449. THE PASSING SHOW [Zola's Germinal, Phillpotts's Children of the Mist]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 September 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 722‑727.



D450. THE PASSING SHOW [Isobel Strong's Stevenson lecture]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 October 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 562‑564.



D451. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Strong as Death (Maupassant), The Vizier of the Two‑Horned Alexander (F. Stockton), The Problem (G. Seibel); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 21 October 1899, p. 9.



D452. THE PASSING SHOW [Elia W. Peattie, Maupassant's Strong as Death]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 4 November 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 728‑732.



D453. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Blix (F. Norris), La princesse lointaine (E. Rostand), Where Angels Fear to Tread (M. Robertson); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 4 November 1899, p. 5.



D454. [Review of The Christian by Hall Caine; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 November 1899, p. 10.



D455. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Active Service (S. Crane); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 11 November 1899, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 703‑705.



D456. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Germinal (Zola); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 November 1899, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 732‑733.



D457. THE PASSING SHOW [Hall Caine's The Christian dramatized]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 25 November 1899, pp. 2‑3.



D458. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [Cashel Byron's Profession (G. B. Shaw), Don Cosme (T. H. Tyndale), The Rubáiyát of Omar Kháyyám (trans. Mrs. H. M. Cadell), The Future of the American Negro (Booker T. Washington); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 25 November 1899, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 733‑736.



D459. SOME PITTSBURGH COMPOSERS [article signed 'Helen Delay']. (1) Home Monthly, December 1899, pp. 6‑7.



D460. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Courier, 2 December 1899, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 680‑687.



D461. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Helpers (F. Lynde); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 2 December 1899, p. 6.



D462. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Gentleman from Indiana (B. Tarkington); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 December 1899, p. 9.



D463. THE PASSING SHOW [letter to Lillian Nordica]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 16 December 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 642‑646.



D464. BOOKS AND MAGAZINES [The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac (E. Field); signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 16 December 1899, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 736‑737.



D465. THE PASSING SHOW [Pinero's Trelawney of the Wells, Olive May]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 23 December 1899, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 678‑680.



D466. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'Two Pianists' (Joseffy and Pachmann)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 30 December 1899, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 613‑616.



1900

D467. THE PASSING SHOW [Clara Butt]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 6 January 1900, p. 2. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 646.



D468. A TALK WITH HAMBOURG [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 7 January 1900, p. 8.



D469. [Review of Nethersole in Sapho; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 9 January 1900, p. 4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 688‑689.



D470. THE PASSING SHOW [Frank Norris's Blix]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 13 January 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 702‑703.



D471. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'A Popular Western Novel'. On Booth Tarkington's The Gentleman from Indiana]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 January 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 737‑740.



D472. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'The Pianist of Pure Reason'. On Mark Hambourg]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 27 January 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 650‑655.



D473. THE PASSING SHOW [Irving and Terry in The Mercbant of Venice]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 February 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 689‑692.



D474. THE PASSING SHOW [titles: 'A Great Denver Novel' (Francis Lynde's The Helpers) and 'England's New Dramatic Poet' (Stephen Phillips's Paolo and Francesca)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 3 March 1900, pp. 2‑3.



D475. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'A Lyric Poet' (A. E. Housman)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 March 1900, pp. 2‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 706‑709.



D476. Review of the Kendals in The Elder Miss Blossom; signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 13 March 1900, p. 10.



D477. THE PASSING SHOW (Jane Addams's lecture on Tolstoi]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 March 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 743‑745.



D478. THE PASSING SHOW [Kendals in The Elder Miss Blossom, Mary Johnston's To Have and to Hold]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 March 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 740‑743.



D479. SOME PERSONAGES OF THE OPERA. (1) Library, 24 March 1900, pp. 18‑20. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 755‑760.



D480. NEVIN'S NEW SONG CYCLE [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 28 March 1900, p. 6.



D481. THE PASSING SHOW [title: 'An Heir Apparent' (on Frank Norris)]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 7 April 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 746‑749.



D482. OUT OF THEIR PULPITS [article on Pittsburgh clergy, signed 'Helen Delay'.]. (1) Library, 14 April 1900, pp. 7‑8.



D483. CALVE AND SEMBRICH [signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 17 April 1900, p. 1.



D484. SUSAN STRONG AND TERNINA [on Tannhäuser, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 18 April 1900, p.8.



D485. MOZART AT NIGHT [on Don Giovanni, signed 'Sibert']. (1) Pittsburgh Leader, 19 April 1900, p. 2.



D486. THE PASSING SHOW [Mrs. Fiske in Becky Sharp]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 21 April 1900, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 664‑666.



D487. A PHILISTINE IN THE GALLERY [signed 'Goliath']. (1) Library, 21 April 1900, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 760‑764.



D488. THE PASSING SHOW [The Barber of Seville, Cavalleria Rusticana, Don Giovanni]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 12 May 1900, p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 655‑658.



D489. ONE OF OUR CONQUERORS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 2 June 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 765‑769.



D490. LETTERS TO A PLAYWRIGHT. (1) Library, 9 June 1900, p. 7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 769‑771.



D491. PITTSBURGH MATINEE DRIVING CLUB [horse racing; signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 16 June 1900, pp. 12‑13.



D492. THE HOME OF MINISTER WU (Washington, D.C., Dec. 20). (1) Lincoln Semi‑Weekly State Journal, 28 December 1900.



D493. WHEN I KNEW STEPHEN CRANE [signed'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 23 June 1900, pp. 17‑18. (2) Lincoln Courier, 14 July 1900, pp. 4‑5. (3) Prairie Schooner 23 (1949):231‑236. (4) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp.22‑24 (brief excerpts). (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 772‑778.



D494. PITTSBURGH SUMMER AMUSEMENTS [signed 'Clara Wood Shipman']. (1) Library, 30 June 1900, pp. 12‑13.



D495. THE HOTTEST DAY I EVER SPENT [signed 'George Overing']. (1) Library, 7 July 1900, pp. 3‑4. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 778‑782.



D496. THE CHILDREN'S PART IN A GREAT LIBRARY [Carnegie Library; signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 7 July 1900, pp. 16‑17.



D497. PITTSBURGH PEOPLE AND DOINGS. (1) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 6‑9.



D498. THE PERSONAL SIDE OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 14 July 1900, pp. 13‑15. (2) Prairie Schooner 23 (1949):331‑337. (3) Writings from Willa Cather's Campus Years, pp. 21‑22 [brief excerpts]. (4) In Roundup: A Nebraska Reader, comp. and ed. Virginia Faulkner, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1957), pp. 221‑226. (5) The World & the Parish, pp. 782‑789.



D499. THE PITTSBURGH FIREMEN. (1) Library, 21 July 1900, pp. 3‑4.



D500. A CHINESE VIEW OF THE CHINESE SITUATION [interview, signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 28 July 1900, pp. 16‑17.



D501. A HOUSEBOAT ON LAND [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Library, 4 August 1900, pp. 17‑18. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 789‑791.



D502. THE MEN WHO MAKE THE PITTSBURGH PAPERS (1) Library, 1900, pp. 13‑14.



D503. THE MAN WHO WROTE 'NARCISSUS' [article on Ethelbert Nevin]. (1) Ladies' Home Journal, November 1900), p. 11. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 634‑637. Contains some revised sections of 'An Evening at Vineacre' (The Passing Show) in the Lincoln Courier, 15 July 1899. See D442.



D504. A STATESMAN AND SCHOLAR [death of Sen. Cushman K

Davis, Hedda Gabler]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 9 December 1900, p. 9.



D505. IN WASHINGTON [opening session of the Senate, Carreño's concert]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 16 December 1900, p. 19. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 794‑797.



D506. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [opening of the Senate, Carreño concert]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 22 December 1900, p. 6.



D507. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Hedda Gabler]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 29 December 1900, p. 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 798‑801.



D508. WASHINGTON IN OLDEN DAYS [Haddon Chambers, Olga Nethersole, early life in Washington, Christmas in Washington]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 30 December 1900, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 801‑802.



1901

D509. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Chinese minister to the U. S., Wu T'ing‑fang]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 5 January 1901, p. 22. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 803‑806.



D510. JEFFERSON, PAINTER ACTOR [exhibition of paintings by Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 6 January 1901, p. 14.



D511. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Joseph Jefferson]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 12 January 1901, p. 10. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 807‑810.



D512. IN THE CORCORAN GALLERY [racial studies by Hubert Vos, interview with Daniel Frohman]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 January 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, p. 811‑812.



D513. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [early days in Washington, Hubert Vos's racial studies]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 19 January 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D514. CLAIMS AGAINST TURKEY. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 January 1901, p. 9.



D515. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [the diplomatic corps]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 26 January 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D516. BERNHARDT IN WASHINGTON [Bernhardt and Maude Adams in L'aiglon]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 January 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 813‑817.



D517. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Bernhardt and Maude Adams in L'aiglon]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 2 February 1901, pp. 10‑11.



D518. SECOND VIEW OF BERNHARDT [La tosca and Camille]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 4 February 1901, p. 8. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 817‑821.



D519. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Washington and the White House]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 9 February 1901, pp. 8‑9.



D520. SETON‑THOMPSON AT TEA [Ernest Seton‑Thompson, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, death of Queen Victoria]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 February 1901, p. 9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 822‑824.



D521. WINTER SKETCHES IN THE CAPITAL [Ernest Seton‑Thompson, Victor Herbert, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 16 February 1901, p. 8.



D522 THE CHARM OF WASHINGTON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 February 1901, p. 9.



D523 THE GRIDIRON CLUB DINNER. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 23 February 1901, p. 12.



D524. WASHINGTON GRIDIRON CLUB [annual gridiron dinner, musical debut of Marquis Francesco de Sousa, Clara Clemens]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 February 1901, p. 9.



D525. IN WASHINGTON [the poetry of Helen Hay, Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 March 1901, p. 12.



D526. THE GAY LORD QUEX [review of Pinero's play]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 9 March 1901, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 825‑828.



D527. IN WASHINGTON [Pinero's The Gay Lord Quex]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 March 1901, p. 13.



D528. LITERATURE IN THE CAPITAL [Helen Hay's poetry, Edna (Emma) Southworth]. (1) Index of Pittsburgh Life, 16 March 1901, pp. 8‑9. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 828‑832.



D529. HUNTING THE NORTH POLE [the Baldwin‑Ziegler expedition, Count Cassini's collections]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 March 1901, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 832‑835.



D530. MUSIC [Ethelbert Nevin's obituary]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 March 1901, p. 13. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 637‑642.



D531. COMMENT AND COMMENTARY [western railroads, Ernest Seton‑Thompson]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 20 July 1901, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 837‑839.



D532. OBSERVATIONS ['Real Strike Instigators', 'Lax Denver School', 'A Dramatized Omar', 'Constant's Victoria', 'Edward MacDowell', 'A New Drought Theory', 'Chase', 'Chicago Art Institute', 'The Deterioration of a Composer']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 839‑855.



D533. [Review of Eden Phillpotts's Sons of the Morning]. (1) Lincoln Courier, 10 August 1901, p. 7. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 846‑848.



D534. OBSERVATIONS ['Schley's Accuser', 'A Tragedy of Environment', 'Small Town Funerals', 'Will White or Funston?', 'A New Library Line']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 17 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 849‑853.



D535. OBSERVATIONS ['With David Nation', 'Henry of Orleans', 'The Real Homestead', 'Rodin's Victor Hugo', 'Train News Boys', 'Forms of Food Adulteration', 'J. Pierpont Morgan', 'A Fore Runner', 'Warm Praise for Dawes', 'Duse and "Il Fuoco"']. (1) Lincoln Courier, 24 August 1901, pp. 1‑3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 851, 853‑854, 855‑862.



D536. THE PHILISTINE IN THE ART GALLERY [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 17 November 1901, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 864‑867.



D537. POPULAR PICTURES [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 24 November 1901, p. 6. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 867‑869.



D538. PITTSBURGH'S MULBERRY STREET [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 8 December 1901, sec. 5, p. 5.



D539. THE CHRISTMAS SIDE [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 22 December 1901, sec. 4, p. 1.



1902

D540. BOARDING‑NOT LIVING [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 23 February 1902.



D541. STAGE CELEBRITIES WHO CALL PITTSBURGH HOME [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 2 March 1902, p. 8.



D542. A SCHOOL FOR SERVANTS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 13 April 1902, sec. 4, p. 6.



D543. PITTSBURGH'S RICHEST CHINAMAN [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 15 June 1902, magazine section, p. 5.



D544. RICHARD MANSFIELD AS ACTOR [signed 'Wilia Sibert Cather']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 20 April 1902, pp. 3, 183.



D545. A FACTORY FOR MAKING AMERICANS [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 8 June 1902.



D546, FIRST GLIMPSE OF ENGLAND. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 13 July 1902, p. 4. (2) WCE, pp. 5‑11. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 890‑893.



D547. A VISIT TO OLD CHESTER. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 20 July 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 15‑22. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 893‑897.



D548. OUT OF THE BEATEN TRACK. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 27 July 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 27‑34. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 897‑901.



D549. THE CANAL FOLK OF ENGLAND. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 3 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 38‑49. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 901‑906.



D550. SEEING THINGS IN LONDON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 10 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 54‑64. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 907‑911.



D551. THE HOTEL CHILD. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 10 August 1902, magazine section, p. 3. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 874‑879.



D552. THE KENSINGTON STUDIO [Burne‑Jones]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 17 August 1902, p. 11. (2) WCE, pp. 70‑79. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 912‑917.



D553. MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR [Tree revival]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 24 August 1902, p. 16. (2) WCE, pp. 83‑89. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 917‑920.



D554. LIVES IN STREETCAR ALL YEAR ROUND [signed Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 24 August 1902, sec. 4, p. 2.



D555. DIEPPE AND ROUEN. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 31 August 1902, p. 16. (2) WCE, pp. 93‑100. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 920‑924.



D536. THE STRANGEST TRIBE OF DARKEST ENGLAND. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 31 August 1902, magazine section, p. 4.



D557. TWO CEMETERIES IN PARIS [Montmartre, Père‑Lachaise]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 14 September 1902, p. 18. (2) WCE, pp. 105‑114. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 924‑929.



D558. ONE SUNDAY AT BARBIZON. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 21 September 1902, p. 18. (2) WCE, pp. 119‑127. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 929‑933.



D559. THE OLD CITY OF THE POPES [Avignon]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 28 September 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 132‑141. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 934‑939.



D560. COUNTRY OF THE FABULOUS [Marseilles, Hyères]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 5 October 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 144‑151. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 939‑942.



D561. IN A PRINCIPALITY OF PINES [Le Lavandou]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 12 October 1902, p. 15. (2) WCE, pp. 154‑162. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 942‑946.



D562. IN THE COUNTRY OF DAUDET [Monte Carlo, Provençe, Arles]. (1) Nebraska State Journal, 19 October 1902, p. 9. (2) WCE, pp. 168‑178. (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 946‑952.



D563. PITTSBURGH AUTHORS KNOWN TO FAME [signed 'Henry Nicklemann']. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 30 November 1902, literary section, pp. 20‑21.



D564. POETS OF OUR YOUNGER GENERATION. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 30 November 1902, literary section, p. 24.



1903

D565. THE 100 WORST BOOKS AND THEY THAT READ THEM. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 29 November 1903, literary section, pp. 11, 14. (2) The World & the Parish, pp. 961‑964. Title incorrectly transcribed, 'The 100 Worst Books and They That Wrote Them'.



1904

D566. THE CASE OF RICHARD STRAUSS. (1) Pittsburgh Gazette, 6 March 1904, pp. 8‑9. (2) Prairie Schooner 55, no. 1 (Spring / Summer 1981):pp. 24‑33.



1913

D567. PLAYS OF REAL LIFE. (1) McClure's, March 1913, pp. 63‑72.



D568. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 1. (1) McClure's, October 1913, pp. 33‑45. On p. 33: 'I wish to express my indebtedness to Miss Willa Sibert Cather for her invaluable assistance in the preparation of these memoirs.' (2) Ballymena Observer (County Antrim, Ireland) 26 December 1913, p. 3; 2 January 1913, p. 9. Title: 'Story of a County Antrim Boy Who Made Good in America'.



D569. TRAINING FOR THE BALLET: MAKING AMERICAN DANCERS. (1) McClure's, October 1913, pp. 85‑95.



D570. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 2. (1) McClure's, November 1913, pp. 78‑87. (2) Ballymena Observer, 9 January 1914, p. 3; 16 January 1914, p. 3. Title as D568(2).



D571. THREE AMERICAN SINGERS. (1) McClure's, December 1913, pp. 33‑48.



D572. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 3. (1) McClure's, December 1913, pp. 95‑106. (2) Ballymena Observer, 30 January 1914, p. 4; 6 February 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



1914

D573. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 4. (1) McClure's, January 1914, pp. 96‑108. (2) Ballymena Observer, 13 February 1914, p. 9; 20 February 1914, p. 3. Title as D568(2).



D574. NEW TYPES OF ACTING: THE CHARACTER ACTOR DISPLACES THE STAR. (1) McClure's, February 1914, pp. 41‑51.



D575. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 5. (1) McClure's, February 1914, pp. 76‑87. (2) Ballymena Observer, 27 February 1914, p. 4; 6 March 1914, p. 5. Title as D568(2).



D576. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 6. (1) McClure's, March 1914, pp. 95‑108. (2) Ballymena Observer, 20 March 1914, p. 11; 27 March 1914, p. 4; 3 April 1914, p. 4; 10 April 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



D577. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 7. (1) McClure's, April 1914, pp. 85‑95. (2) Ballymena Observer, 17 April 1914, p. 6; 24 April 1914, p. 4; 1 May 1914, p. 4; 8 May 1914, p. 11. Title as D568(2).



D578. MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY [S. S. McClure], PART 8. (1) McClure's, May 19 14, pp. 137‑154. (2) Ballymena Observer, 15 May 1914, p. 8; 22 May 1914, p. 11; 29 May 1914, p. 5; 5 June 1914, p. 4. Title as D568(2).



1915

D579. THE SWEATED DRAMA. (1) McClure's, January 1915, pp. 17‑28.



D580. WIRELESS BOYS WHO WENT DOWN WITH THEIR SHIP. (1) Every Week, 2 August 1915, p. 1.



1919

D581. ROLL CALLON THE PRAIRIES. (1) Red Cross Magazine, July 1919, pp. 27‑30.



D582. THE EDUCATION YOU HAVE TO FIGHT FOR. (1) Red Cross Magazine, October 1919, pp. 54‑55, 68‑70. Companion the preceding Red Cross Magazine article 'Roll Call on the Prairies' (D581).



1922

D583. THE NOVEL DéMEUBLé [essay]. (1) New Republic, 12 April 1922, supp., pp. 5‑6. (2) In Modern Essays, 2d series, ed. Christopher Morley (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1924), pp. 287‑293. (3) In Book of Modern Essays, ed. Bruce W. McCullough, E. B. Burgum (New York: Scribner's, 1926), pp. 391‑395. (4) In Facts and Ideas for Students of English Composition, ed. John Owen Beaty et al. (New York: F. S. Crofts, 1931), pp. 221‑224. (5) NUF, pp. 43‑51. (6) AE, 12:233‑241. (7) OW, pp. 33‑43.



D584. THE HOUSE ON CHARLES STREET. (1) New York Evening Post, 4 November 1922, literary review, pp. 173‑174. (2) NUF, pp. 52‑75. An extended essay incorporating the article, with the title '148 Charles Street'. (3) AE, 12:243‑263 (complete essay as in NUF).



D585 [Book review of Memoirs of a Hostess (Mark A. DeWolfe Howe, from the diaries of Mrs. James Fields)]. (1) Atlantic Bookshelf 130 (December 1922). (2) In Fact, Fancy and Opinion, ed. R. M. Gay (Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1923), pp. 338‑340.



1923

D586. NEBRASKA: THE END OF THE FIRST CYCLE. (1) Nation 117 (5 September 1923):236‑238. In a series, 'These United States'. (2) In These United States: A Symposium, ed. Ernest Gruening (New York: Boni & Liveright, 1924), 2:141‑153. (3) In Further Adventures in Essay Reading, ed. T. E. Rankin et al. (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1928), pp. 65‑76. (4) In Modern Writing, ed. W. and M. F. Thorp (New York: American Book Co., 1944), pp. 121‑129. (5) In America Is West: An Anthology of Middlewestern Life and Literature, ed. J. T. Flanagan (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1945), pp. 618‑651. (6) In Roundup: A Nebraska Reader, ed. and comp. Virginia Faulkner (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1957), pp. 1‑8.



1927

D587. A LETTER FROM WILLA CATHER [on Death Comes for the Archbishop] TO THE EDITOR OF COMMONWEAL. (1) Commonweal 7 (27 November 1927):713. (2) A Letter from Willa Cather (London: Heinemann, 1927), 4pp. A promotional booklet published by Heinemann to advertise the first English edition of DCA. Back cover: 'BOOKS BY WILLA CATHER I [DCA, AT, YBM, OO, PH, ALL listed]'. (3) Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, an English Opinion. . . . (New York, Knopf, 1933), pp. 17‑20; (1941), pp.16‑19. (4) OW, pp. 3‑13. [See DD Appendix 2.]



D588. WILLA CATHER MOURNS OLD OPERA HOUSE [article]. (1) Omaha World‑Herald, 27 October 1927, p. 9. (2) Nebraska History 49 (Winter 1968). Title: 'The Incomparable Opera House' (note by Mildred R. Bennett). (3) The World & the Parish, pp. 955‑958.



1931

D589. MY FIRST NOVELS (THERE WERE TWO). (1) Colophon, part 6 (June 1931), [4pp.]. (2) OW, pp. 89‑97.



D590. A LETTER TO GOV. WILBUR CROSS. (1) Saturday Review of Literature 8 (17 October 1931):216. In the "Points of View" section, headed "'Shadows on the Rock" I A Letter by Willa Cather'. (2) Willa Cather: A Biographical Sketch, an English Opinion. . . . (New York: Knopf, 1933), pp. 22‑23; (1941), 21‑22. See A16.b.i., c.i. (3) In Designed for Reading, ed. H.S. Canby et al. (New York: Macmillan, 1934), pp. 596‑598. (4) OW, pp. 14‑17.



1933

D591. A CHANCE MEETING [essay]. (1) Atlantic Monthly 151 (February 1933):154‑165. (2) NUF, pp. 3‑42. (3) AE, 12:197‑231.



1936

D592. ESCAPISM, A LETTER FROM WILLA CATHER. (1) Commonweal 23 (27 April 1936):677‑679. (2) OW, pp. 18‑29.



D593. THE BIRTH OF PERSONALITY: AN APPRECIATI THOMAS MANN'S TRILOGY. (1) Saturday Review of Literature 14 (6 June 1936):3‑4. (2) NUF, pp. 96‑122. Title: 'Joseph and His Brothers'. (3) AE, 12:283‑306.



1939

D594. CONTEMPORARY LIT. AGAIN. (1) The News Letter of the College English Association (Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.), December 1939, p. 2. A letter to the editor containing her view on the teaching of literature.



1940

D595. LETTER ON THE PROFESSOR'S HOUSE. (1) The News Letter of the College English Association (Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.), October 1940, pp. 2, 5. (2) OW, pp. 30‑32 (dated 12 December 1938). (3) In The Eye of the Story, by Eudora Welt  (New York: Random House, 1977), p. 49. Excerpted quote in the essay "The House of Willa Cather".