Author:Emilie Benson Knipe

Emilie Benson Knipe
(1870–1958)
American author, artist and illustrator. Initially, illustrated children's stories in magazines; later, many of her husband's Alden Arthur Knipe books. They co-authored many stories; some of which were published under pseudonyms. Many of their children's stories were first serialized in St. Nicholas Magazine.

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With Alden Arthur KnipeEdit

  • Little Miss Fales (1910) illust Frances Rogers
  • The Missing Pearls: Little Miss Fales Goes West (1911)
  • The Lucky Sixpence (1912) illus. Arthur B. Becher
  • Beatrice of Denewood: A Sequel to "The Lucky Sixpence" (1913) illus. C. M. Relyea
  • Remember Rhymes (1914) illust EBK
  • Peg o' the Ring: A Maid of Denewood (1915) illus. C. M. Relyea
  • A Maid of '76 (1915)
  • Polly Trotter, Patriot (1916) illust EBK
  • The Lost Little Lady (1917)
  • A Maid of Old Manhattan (1917)illust EBK
  • The Lost Little Lady (1917) illust EBK
  • Girls of '64 (1918) illust EBK
  • Vive La France: A Narrative Founded on the Diary of Jeannette de Martigny (1919; sl 1918-19 in St Nicholas) illust EBK
  • A Cavalier Maid (1919)
  • A Mayflower Maid (1920)
  • The Luck of Denewood (1921) illust C. M. Relyea
  • Diantha's Quest: A Tale of the Argonauts of '49 (1921)
  • The Flower of Fortune (1922) illust EBK
  • A Continental Dollar (1923)
  • Powder, Patches and Patty (1924)
  • The Shadow Captain (1928)
  • The Unknown Daughter (1929)
  • Silver Dice (1928)
  • A Patriot Maid, and Other Stories (1928)
  • The Treasure House (1930) illust Margaret Ayer
  • The Story of Old Ironsides (1935) (with AAK)

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Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.


The author died in 1958, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also 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.