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Code Indicating Source of the ERB Book Titles:
Mid-1920s ERB, Inc. Office Inventory: Displayed in Blue
50s Notebook presented by Danton to the McWhorter Memorial Collection ~  Displayed in Black
Titles in the present Danton Burroughs Collection dictated to Bruce Bozarth ~ Displayed in Red
Titles Collated by George McWhorter from the Porges Papers: Displayed in Green
Burroughs Library List Compiled by Phil Burger: Displayed in Grey
Lost Editions Uncovered by Hillman Research in Gold
TAGGART, Marion Ames   The Pilgrim Maid
TAPPAN, Eva March    American Hero Stories
TARKINGTON, Booth    Beasley's Christmas Party
TARKINGTON: Beasley's Xmas Party
TARKINGTON, Booth ~ Gentle Julia
TARKINGTON: Gentle Julia
TARKINGTON, Booth  Monsieur Beaucaire
TARKINGTON, Booth  Penrod
TARKINGTON, Booth: Penrod
TARKINGTON, Booth   Penrod and Sam
TARKINGTON: Penrod and Sam
TARKINGTON, Booth   Ramsey Milholland
TARKINGTON: Ramsey Milholland
TARKINGTON, Booth   Seventeen
TARKINGTON, Booth   The Flirt
TARKINGTON, Booth   The Magnificent Ambersons
TARKINGTON, Booth   The Plutocrat
TARKINGTON, Booth   Women
TARRANGE: Tracking Down Enemies of Man
TARRANGE: Tracking Down Enemies of Man
TAYLOR, Merlin Moore: Heart of Black Papua
TAYLOR, Bert Leston ~ A Line-O'-Verse or Two
TAYLOR, F. D. A. ~ Aristole
TENNYSON, Alfred ~ Tennyson's Poems
TENNYSON: Tennyson's Poems
TERHORST, Bernd:: With the Riff Kabyles
THOMAS, Lowell: With Lawrence in Arabia
THOMSON, Basil: My Experiences at Scotland Yard
THURSTON, Katherine Cecil   The Gambler
THURSTON, Katherine Cecil   The Masquerader
TILTON, Dwight    Miss Petticoat
TOMLINSON. Henry Major: The Sea and the Jungle
TRAPROCK, Walter E. Cruise of the Kawa; Wanderings in the South Seas. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1921. Flyleaf inscription: :Edgar Rice Burroughs, December 25 1922, Tarzana Ranch.
TRAPROCK, Walter E.: The Cruise of the Kawa
TREITSCHKE, Heinrich von: Germany, France, Russia & Islam
TRELAWNEY, Edward John: Adventures of a Younger Son
TRICK, Edgar H.   More Adventures of Tommy Tad & Polly Wog
TUTTLE, Margaretta   Feet of Clay
TWAIN, Mark  Editorial Wild Oats
TWAIN, Mark ~ A Gentleman Abroad
TWAIN: Joan of Arc
TWAIN, Mark   Life on the Mississippi
TWAIN: Life on the Mississippi
TWAIN, Mark. Life on the Mississippi. New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1902. Flyleaf inscription: “Ed Burroughs, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 1904.”
TWAIN: Mark Twain's Boyhood Home
TWAIN, Mark   Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
TWAIN, Mark   Roughing It
TWAIN, Mark   The Prince and the Pauper
TWAIN: Prince and the Pauper
TWAIN, Mark   The Stolen White Elephant
TWAIN: The Stolen White Elephant
TWAIN, Mark. Stolen White Elephant etc. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883. Flyleaf inscription: “Edgar Rice Burroughs, 646 Washington Blvd., Chicago, Il.”
TWAIN: Tom Sawyer
TWAIN, Mark   Tom Sawyer Stories
Marion Ames Taggart
The Pilgrim Maid: A Story of Plymouth Colon in 1620 ~ 1920: Doubleday, Page & Co.

At Greenacres 1921 George H. Doran  NY Illustrated by Anne Merriman Peck. Color frontispiece, rest are b/w.
The Six Girls Series
Doctor's Little Girl Series
Poem: "The Secret of Sir Dinadan"
Jack Hildreth on the Nile by Karl May (1842-1912) Translated and Adapted By Marion Ames Taggart | alt url
The Treasure of Nugget Mountain - Jack Hildreth among the Indians by Karl May: Translated and Adapted By Marion Ames Taggart |
Winnetou, the Apache Knight - Jack Hildreth among the Indians by Karl May Translated and Adapted By Marion Ames Taggart
Loyal Blue and Royal Scarlet ~ 1898  Benziger Bros. 

Eva March Tappan (1854 - 1930)
American Hero Stories

England's Story: 1901 Houghlin Mifflin, 372 pages~  Illustrated and with color maps.~ Textbook
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR SERIES selected and arranged by Eva March Tappan.  1907  Houghton Mifflin & Co
In the Days of Alfred the Great, illust. by J. W. Kennedy

Tappan eTexts:
When Knights Were Bold ~  1939 ~ Houghton Mifflin Co  This novel has become an authorative source on medieval life and customs for young people. The manner of life and habits of the people who lived between the eighteenth and fifteenth centuries are described both as a phenomenon of their age and in relations to our present day habits and customs. Illustrated through out in black and white.


Booth Tarkington (07/29/1869 – 05/19/1946)
Beasley's Christmas Party ~ 1909 ~ (illustrated by Ruth Sypherd Clements) hardcover book published by Harper & Bro
Gentle Julia
The Flirt  1912 ~ G&D Photoplay Ed. 1913 ~ eText:available
The Magnificent Ambersons
Monsieur Beaucaire1900
Penrod and Sam1916
The Plutocrat 1927
Ramsey Milholland ~ 1919 ~ G&D ~ 222 pages ~  Illustrated by Grant Gordon ~ "The old man and the little boy, his grandson, sat together in the shade of the big walnut tree in the front yard, watching the 'Decoration Day Parade,' as it passed up the long street; and when the last of the veterans was out of sight the grandfather murmered the words of the tune that came drifting back from the now distant band at the head of the procession."
Seventeen 1916 ~ Harper Bros. ~ With illustrations by Arthur William Brown. ~ A tale of youth and summer time and the Baxter family, Especially William.  329 pages
Women ~ 1925 ~ NY: P. F. Collier ~ 415 pages 

Booth Tarkington - filmography
Magnificent Ambersons (2002) (TV) (novel) 
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953) ('Penrod' stories) 
On Moonlight Bay (1951) (stories) 
Monsieur Beaucaire (1946) (novel) 
Presenting Lily Mars (1943) (novel) 
Magnificent Ambersons, The (1942) (novel) 
Father's Son (1941) (story) 
Seventeen (1940) (novel) 
Little Orvie (1940) (novel) 
Penrod's Double Trouble (1938) (Penrod stories) 
Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938) 
Penrod and Sam (1937) (novel) 
Clarence (1937) (play) 
Gentle Julia (1936) (novel) 
Alice Adams (1935) (novel) 
Mississippi (1935) (story Magnolia) 
Business and Pleasure (1931) (novel)
... aka Plutocrat, The (1931) 
Penrod and Sam (1931) (novel)
... aka Adventures of Penrod and Sam, The (1931) 
Millionaire, The (1931) (dialogue) 
Bad Sister, The (1931) (novel The Flirt) 
Father's Son (1931) (novel Old Fathers and Young Sons) 
Monte Carlo (1930) (novel Monsieur Beaucaire) 
Mister Antonio (1929) (play) 
River of Romance (1929) (play Magnolia) 
Geraldine (1929) (story) 
Man Who Found Himself, The (1925) (story) 
Pampered Youth (1925) (novel The Magnificent Ambersons) 
Turmoil, The (1924) (novel) 
Monsieur Beaucaire (1924) (novel) 
Fighting Coward, The (1924) (play Magnolia) 
Pied Piper Malone (1924) (story) (titles) 
Boy of Mine (1923) (story Misunderstood) 
Gentle Julia (1923) (novel) 
Cameo Kirby (1923) (play) 
Penrod and Sam (1923) (novel) 
Alice Adams (1923) (novel)
... aka Foolish Daughters (1923) 
Man from Home, The (1922) (play) 
Flirt, The (1922) (story) 
Clarence (1922) (play) 
Penrod (1922) (novel Penrod) (play Penrod, a Comedy in Four Acts) 
Conquest of Canaan, The (1921) (novel) 
Get-Rich-Quick Edgar (1921) 
Edgar, the Explorer (1921) 
Edgar Camps Out (1921) 
Edgar's Little Saw (1920) 
Edgar's Hamlet (1920) 
Edgar and the Teacher's Pet (1920) 
Country Cousin, The (1919) (play) 
Conquest of Canaan, The (1916) (novel) 
Seventeen (1916) (novel) 
Flirt, The (1916/I) (story) 
Turmoil, The (1916) (novel) 
Gentleman from Indiana, The (1915) (novel) 
Cherry (1914) (story) 
Springtime (1914) (play)
Cameo Kirby (1914) (play) 
Man from Home, The (1914) (play) 
Beau Brummell (1913) (novel) 
Gentleman of France, A (1905) (novel) ... aka Monsieur Beaucaire, 
"There are two things that will be believed of any man whatsoever, and one of them is that he has taken to drink."
Booth Tarkington was born in Indianapolis in 1869. He was a consummate interpreter of the Hoosier scene and a conscious booster of his native state, as evidenced in his best-selling Penrod adventures, Seventeen and The Gentleman from Indiana. He was also, however, a serious and highly regarded writer, winning the Pulitzer Prize for The Magnificent Ambersons and for Alice Adams. Booth Tarkington was one of the most popular American novelists and dramatists of the early 20th century. He possessed an informal, charming style and a gift for characterization. He was amiable, optimistic, and somewhat passive in emphasizing the smiling aspects of life and the joys of youth. He is best known for his satirical and sometimes romanticized depictions of life in the American Midwest. He was born on July 29, 1869, in Indianapolis, Indiana.  His father was a lawyer of Southern ancestry, and his mother was descended from New Englanders.  Bookish and reared like an only child-his sister was eleven years older-Tarkington developed an early passion for drawing, music, and amateur theatricals. Tarkington's most celebrated relative was the uncle for whom he was named, Newton Booth, a governor of  California and later, a United States senator.  When young  Tarkington played truant from Shortridge High School, Uncle Newton  put up the money to send him away to Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire.

Tracking Down Enemies of Man
Bert Leston Taylor 1866-1921 Mid West American poet, humorist and journalist 
A Line-o'-Verse or Two 1911 Chicago: Reilly & Britton Co
Beige paper-covered boards, with brown lettering & and owl outlined in brown against a red moon as a cover illustration; 125 pages
A Penny Whistle; together with the Babette ballads 
Log of the Water Wagon, or The Cruise of the Good Ship Lithia:1905. The Log of the Water Wagon was compiled from memoranda found in a floating milk bottle with a patent stopper, flung overboard just before the good ship Lithia foundered in a fearful simoom off White Rock Point. The notes, penciled in a trembling hand, on the backs of blank temperance pledges, IOUs, and wine lists, were barely legible, testifying to the fearful condition of the unknown writer's tongue, manifestly incapable of moistening the pencil. The editors have preserved, as far as possible, the spirit and literary style of the Log keeper, whose identity is an interesting conjecture. His fate, and that of his fellow passengers, is shrouded in mystery. 
The Charlton ~ 1906
The So-Called Human Race 1922:
A bore is a man who, when you ask him how he is, tells you.
The Dinosaur: a poem by Bert Leston Taylor 
Behold the mighty dinosaur,
Famous in prehistoric lore,
Not only for his power and strength
But for his intellectual length.
You will observe by these remains
The creature had two sets of brains-
One in his head (the usual place), 
The other at his spinal base. 
Thus he could reason 'A Priori'
As well as 'A Posteriori.'
No problem bothered him a bit
He made a head and tail of it.
So wise was he, so wise and solemn, 
Each thought filled just one spinal column.
If one brain found the pressure strong 
It passed a few ideas along.
If something slipped his forward mind
'Twas rescued by the one behind
And if an error he was caught
He had a saving afterthought.
As he thought twice before he spoke
He had no judgment to revoke.
Thus he could think without congestion.
Upon both sides of the question.
Oh, gaze upon this model beast,
Defunct ten million years at least.
Taylor F. D. A.
Merlin Moore Taylor  (1886-?)
Heart of Black Papua ~ 1926 ~ NY: R.M. McBride & Co ~ Endpapers were done by ERB artist Mahlon Blaine

"The White Gold Pirate" ~ Story in Amazing Stories Magazine ~ April 1927 ~ The issue that contained Part 3 of ERB's The Land That Time Forgot.
"Two Sorcerers of Black Papua"
"The Place of Madness" in Weird Tales March 1923 with The Thing of a Thousand Shapes [Part 1 of 2] by Otis Adelbert Kline 
The White Gold Pirate ~ Story in Amazing Stories Magazine ~ April 1927The Place of Madness in Weird Tales March 1923

Merlin Moore Taylor:  (1886-?) Journalist and writer; spent time in Papua. He was a regular contributor to the pulps: Detective Magazine, Amazing Stories, Weird Tales
Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892)
Tennyson's Poems ~ 1879 ~ Houghton, Osgood, And Co- The Riverside Press ~ illustrations by J. Hennessy

Alfred Tennyson(1809-1892), English poet often regarded as the chief representative of the Victorian age in poetry. Tennyson succeeded Wordsworth as Poet Laureate in 1850. Alfred, Lord Tennyson was born on August 5, 1809 in Somersby, Lincolnshire. His father, George Clayton Tennyson, a clergyman and rector, suffered from depression and was notoriously absentminded. Alfred began to write poetry at an early age in the style of Lord Byron. After spending four unhappy years in school he was tutored at home. Tennyson then studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he joined the literary club 'The Apostles' and met Arthur Hallam, who became his closest friend. Tennyson published Poems, Chiefly Lyrical, in 1830, which included the popular "Mariana". His next book, Poems (1833), received unfavorable reviews, and Tennyson ceased to publish for nearly ten years. Hallam died suddenly on the same year in Vienna. It was a heavy blow to Tennyson. He began to write "In Memoriam", an elegy for his lost friend - the work took seventeen years. "The Lady of Shalott", "The Lotus-eaters" "Morte d'Arthur" and "Ulysses" appeared in 1842 in the two-volume Poems and established his reputation as a writer.  After marrying Emily Sellwood, whom he had already met in 1836, the couple settled in Farringford, a house in Freshwater on the Isle of Wight in 1853. From there the family moved in 1869 to Aldworth, Surrey. During these later years he produced some of his best poems. Among Tennyson's major poetic achievements is the elegy mourning the death of his friend Arthur Hallam, "In Memoriam" (1850). The patriotic poem "Charge of the Light Brigade", published in Maud (1855), is one of Tennyson's best known works, although at first "Maud" was found obscure or morbid by critics ranging from George Eliot to Gladstone. Enoch Arden (1864) was based on a true story of a sailor thought drowned at sea who returned home after several years to find that his wife had remarried. Idylls Of The King (1859-1885) dealt with the Arthurian theme. In the 1870s Tennyson wrote several plays, among them the poetic dramas Queen Mary (1875) and Harold (1876). In 1884 he was created a baron. Tennyson died at Aldwort on October 6, 1892 and was buried in the Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey. 
Bernd Terhorst
With the Riff Kabyles ~ 1926 ~ Stokes ~ B&W Photographs ~ 237 pages
Online eText of excerpt: Four Folktales From Morocco:

Fire at the Rif. Two Years under Rifkabylen. With many designs and photographs by D Verf.




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