Author:Anna Alice Chapin

Anna Alice Chapin
(1880–1920)

American author and playwright. She wrote novels, short stories, fairy tales and books on music; perhaps best remembered for her 1904 collaboration with Glen MacDonough on the libretto Babes in Toyland

Anna Alice Chapin

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Works from magazinesEdit

  1. The Ghost Makers, Dec 1912
  2. The Edge of the Wilderness, Jan 1913
  3. A Matter of Standard, Feb 1913
  4. Renaissance, Mar 1913
  5. A Moment's Halt, April 1913
  6. The Scotch Embassy, May 1913
  7. Reward for Valor, June 1913
  8. Through June, July 1913
  9. By Way of Experience, Aug 1913
  10. The Confessional, Sept 1913
  11. The Only Way, Oct 1913
  12. Will o' the Wisp, Nov 1913
  13. A Case of Blackmail, Dec 1913
  14. The Lost Baby, Jan 1914
  15. At the Front, Feb 1914
  16. Gray Cats, Apr 1914
  17. Right of Way, May 1914
  18. The Caravan, June 1914

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.