Author:Albert Payson Terhune

Albert Payson Terhune
(1872–1942)

American journalist, author, and dog fancier; saw moderate success as an author of general fiction, then gained his greatest acclaim when he began writing books featuring fictionalized versions of his own rough collies. His mother was Mary Virginia Terhune (pseud. Maron Harland).

Albert Payson Terhune

WorksEdit

  • Syria From the Saddle (1896)
  • Columbia Stories (1897)
  • How to Box to Win (1900) (written as "Terry McGovern")
  • Dr. Dale: A Story Without A Moral (1900) (with Marion Harland)
  • The New Mayor (1907)
  • Caleb Conover, Railroader (1907)
  • The World's Great Events (1908)
  • The Fighter (1909)
  • The Return of Peter Grimm (1912, novelization of the play by David Belasco)
  • The Woman (1912)
  • Around the World in Thirty Days (1914)
  • Dad (1914)  ; co-written with Sinclair Lewis
  • The Story of Damon and Pythias (1915)
  • Superwomen (1916); later Republished as: Famous Hussies Of History (1943)
  • Dollars and Cents (1917)
  • The Years of the Locust (1917)
  • Fortune (1918)
  • Wonder Women In History (1918)
  • Bruce (1920)
  • Buff: A Collie (1921)
  • The Man In the Dark (1921)
  • His Dog (1922)
  • Black Gold (1922)
  • Black Caesar's Clan (1922)
  • Further Adventures of Lad (1922); later republished as: Dog Stories Every Child Should Know (1941)
  • The Pest (1923)
  • Lochinvar Luck (1923)
  • The Amateur Inn (1923)
  • Treve (1924)
  • The Tiger's Claw (1924)
  • The Heart of a Dog (1924)
  • Now That I'm Fifty (1925)
  • The Runaway Bag (1925)
  • Wolf (1925)
  • Najib (1925)
  • Treasure (1926); later republished as: The Faith of a Collie'' (1949)
  • My Friend The Dog (1926)
  • Gray Dawn (1927)
  • The Luck of the Laird (1927); later republished as: A Highland Collie'' (1950)
  • Bumps (1927)
  • Blundell's Last Guest (1927)
  • Water! (1928)
  • Black Wings (1928)
  • The Secret of Sea-Dream House (1929)
  • Lad of Sunnybank (1929)
  • How's Zat? (1929) A story from Lad of Sunnybank but included in a collection called * The Best Bird Stories I Know compiled by John Clair Minot (1945)
  • To The Best Of My Memory (1930)
  • Diana Thorne's Dog Basket: A Series of Etchings (1930)
  • Proving Nothing (1930)
  • A Dog Named Chips (1931)
  • The Son Of God (1932)
  • The Dog Book (1932)
  • The Way of a Dog (1932)
  • Letters of Marque (1934)
  • The Book Of Sunnybank (1934); later republished as: Sunnybank: Home of Lad (1953)
  • Real Tales of Real Dogs (1935)
  • True Dog Stories (1936)
  • The Critter And Other Dogs (1936)
  • Unseen! (1937)
  • The Terhune Omnibus (1937); later republished as The Best-Loved Dog Stories Of Albert Payson Terhune (1954)
  • A Book of Famous Dogs (1937); later republished as: Famous Dog Stories Every Child Should Know (1937)
  • Grudge Mountain (1939) Republished as: Dog of the High Sierras'' (1951)
  • Dogs (1940)
  • Loot! (1940); later republished as: Collie to The Rescue (1952)
  • Across The Line (1945)
  • Wallace: Glasgow's Immortal Fire Dog (1961)

Works from magazinesEdit

 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.


The longest-living author of these works died in 1942, so these works are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.