John T. McIntyre Papers, Series V: Bibliography/Catalog/Inventory

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Adult Mystery Novels:

Ashton-Kirk Criminologist.  Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer. Philadelphia, Penn Publishing  Co., 1918.  (English edition under same title).          

Ashton-Kirk Investigator. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer. Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1910.

Ashton-Kirk Secret Agent. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1912.

Ashton-Kirk Special Detective. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1914.           

Death at Dakar.  By Kerry O’Neil [pseud.]  Garden City, New York, Doubleday, for The Crime Club, 1942.

Death Strikes at Heron House. A Jerry Mooney Story. By Kerry O’Neil [pseud.] New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1944.

In The Dead of Night. With illustrations by Frances Rogers.  Philadelphia and London, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1908.

[Note:  McIntyre revised and reissued this novel under the title Blows in the Dark in the pulp magazine Complete Detective Novel Magazine, November 1931]

Mooney Moves Around. By Kerry O’Neil [pseud.] New York, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1939.

Museum Murder, The.  Garden City, New York, Published for The Crime Club, Inc., by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929.

Ninth Floor: Middle City Tower.   A Jerry Mooney Story.  By Kerry O’Neil [pseud.]   New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc. [c1943].

Secret Agent (Ashton-Kirk).  London, G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch, Ltd. [1921].  (Series: The New London Library).

Special Detective (Ashton-Kirk).  London, G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch, Ltd., 1922.  (Series: The New London Library). 
 

Main Stream Novels (Social and Historical):

Blowing Weather.  New York & London, The Century Company, 1923.  In two states:  (a) 1st state: with “to the University” on p. 99, (b)  2nd state: with “to Chestnut” on p. 99.

Drums in the Dawn. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1932/1933. (Copyright date on the verso of the title page is 1932. The title page date in roman numerals has been changed from MCMXXXII to MCMXXXIII on [some, many?] copies.

Ferment. New York, Farrar, 1937.

Ragged Edge, The.  A tale of ward life & politics.  New York, McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902.  (Series: First Novel Series)   Author’s first published book.

Shot Towers.  Decorations by Lyle Justis. New York, Frederick Stokes, 1926.

Signing Off.   New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1938.

Slag.  New York, Scribner’s Sons, 1927.

Stained Sails.  New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1928.

Steps Going Down.  New York, Farrar & Rinehart Inc., 1936.
(Note: page 112, line 6: “Weren’t you washed up on the aunt? Asked
Pete”, which is repeated also as line 9.  By the manuscript at Temple line
6 should read: “And then you put her in the act? Said Pete.”)           

Street Singer, The.  Illustrated by J. C. Claghorn.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1908.

With Fighting Jack Barry.  With illustrations in color by Gordon Grant.  Philadelphia & London, J. B. Lippincott, 1907.  309[1,4] pages.

Young Man's Fancy, A.  An Easter Fantasy.  New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1925.
(Dust jacket illustrated by Ethel C. Taylor. Story not illustrated.)
 

Juvenile and Young Adult Fiction:

Boy Tars of 1812, The. Illustrations by Clyde O. Deland. Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1907.

Fighting King George. Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1925.
[c.1905 …….needs bibl. Checking]

In Kentucky With Daniel Boone.  Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer and A. Edwin Dromer. Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1913.
(Series: The Buckskin Books)

In Texas with Davy Crockett.  [Philadelphia] Penn Publishing Company, 1914.
(Series: The Buckskin Books)

In the Rockies with Kit Carson.  [Philadelphia] Penn Publishing Co., 1913.
(Series: The Buckskin Books)

On the Borders with Andrew Jackson. [Philadelphia] Penn Publishing Co., 1915.  (Series: The Buckskin Books)  The first edition and later reissues through the 1920s had “Borders” on the title-page but the covers had “On the Border …[singular]”.

With John Paul Jones.        Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1906.
(While the title page gives credit to Merrill as illustrator, the frontispiece and all the plates are signed Clyde O. Deland). 

Young Continentals at Bunker Hill, The.  Illustrated by Ralph L. Boyer.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing  Company,  1910.

Young Continentals at Lexington, The.  Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1909.  Rewritten and reissued in
1949 as Young Patriots at Lexington (below).

Young Continentals at Monmouth, The.  [Philadelphia] Penn Publishing Co., 1912.

Young Continentals at Trenton, The.  Illustrated by Ralph L. Boyer.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1910.

Young Patriots at Lexington.  New York, Hearthstone Publishing Company [1949].  Revised, rewritten reissue of his Young Continentals at Lexington. Illustrations by Jack Force, Jr.  "Acknowledgement is made to Miss M. Manson
For her aid in checking the manuscript, and giving some helpful suggestions."
Prologue by Marcia Manson.
 

Plays, Drama:

Bowery Night School, The.  A Vaudeville Sketch.  Philadelphia, The Penn Publishing Company, 1906.

Dime Lunch, The.  A vaudeville sketch.   Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1906. 

Hearts of Men.  A drama in four acts.   Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1899.
(Dramatic Library, v.1, no. 136)

In the Toils.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1898 [c1896?]
(Dramatic Library, v.1, no. 135)

One Girl in a Thousand. A play in three acts.  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Company, 1906.

Swell Cracksman, The.  A vaudeville sketch.  Philadelphia, The Penn Publishing Company, 1906.
 

Non-Fiction:

Sketches, Skits and Stunts. (Stage humor compilation).  Philadelphia, Penn Publishing Co., 1906.

Editions of the separately published novels and non-fiction of John T. McIntyre (including alias Kerry O'Neil) in the Special Collections Department as of March 22, 2003.  The majority were received with his Papers and had been water-soaked in the past, a number have been replaced with better copies.  The Library continues to fill-in McIntyre books.  Listing of the pulp and related appearances, as well as the Register of the Papers, is in progress. The McIntyre Collection was the gift of Joe and Ruth Molloy with additions by Temple and of the Estate of Ruth Molloy in 2003.


Ashton-Kirk Criminologist           [Mystery novel]

            1918    Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.

            1919    Penn Publishing [verso of t.p.: third printing]

            1921      G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch Ltd., London. (Poor copy, signed by
                          author).

 

Ashton-Kirk Investigator              [Mystery novel]

1910   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.
[n.d.]   A. L. Burt, New York [verso: c1910: 5th printing, Feb. 1918]

 

Ashton-Kirk Secret Agent            [Mystery novel]

1912   Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia. Illustrations by Ralph
L. Boyer.  Red cloth stamped in white.  Print pasted as issued on
upper cover.

[n.d.]   A. L. Burt, New York [verso: 4th printing, Feb. 1918]

 

Ashton-Kirk Special Detective    [Mystery novel]

1914   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Illustrations by Ralph L. Boyer.

[n.d.]   A. L. Burt Company, New York. Frontispiece by Ralph L. Boyer.

 

Blowing Weather 

1923   The Century Company, New York & London.
(a) 1st state: with “to the University” on p. 99.
(b)  2nd state: with “to Chestnut” on p. 99.

[n.d.]   Grosset & Dunlap

 

Bowery Night School, The.  A Vaudeville Sketch.  [Play]

1906   The Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia.
Printed wrappers as issued.

 

Boy Tars of 1812, The                  [Juvenile]

1907   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Illustrations by Clyde O. Deland.
Pictorial cloth.

1928   Penn Publishing Co.  Red cloth.

 

Death at Dakar (O'Neil pseud.)               [Mystery novel]

1942   Doubleday, for The Crime Club, Garden City, New York. Good d.j.

1943   The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia.  Separate Sunday section
with the complete novel.  Illustrated by Harry Weinert.  June 13,

1943.  Inquirer Gold Seal Novel.  By Kerry O'Neil.  Self-covered,

19[1]p.   Cover and text illustrations.

[n.d.]   Grosset & Dunlap.  Torn d.j.          

[n.d.]   Novel Selections, Inc., New York. A Thriller Novel Classic #28. pb

 

Death Strikes at Heron House (Mystery novel) By Kerry O’Neil (pseud.) A Jerry Mooney Story.

1944   Farrar & Rinehart, New York. And copy 2:  author’s leather             
binding.

[n.d.]   Grosset & Dunlap.  D.j.

[n.d.]   Detective Book Club edition, Walter J. Black, New York. One of 3 titles. d.j.

 

Drums in the Dawn

1933   Doubleday, Garden City, New York. The copyright date on the verso of the t.p. is 1932.  The date on the title page in roman numerals has obviously had the third I added, making MCMXXXIII from MCMXXXII.

[1938] Sun Dial Press, Inc., Garden City, N.Y.  d.j.

 

Ferment

1937   Farrar, New York.  d.j.  And copy 2: author’s leather bound copy.
Copy 3: d.j. and inscribed.

 

Fighting King George.  (Juvenile)

1925   Penn Publishing co., Philadelphia.  [c1905]  Illus.

 

In Kentucky With Daniel Boone [Juvenile]

[1920?]  Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia. Illustrations by Ralph L.
Boyer and A. Edwin Dromer.  Green cloth, in black on spine.
Perfect d.j.: $1.25.  Mentioning later books by McIntyre.  (Series:
The Buckskin Books).  [c1913]

 

In Texas with Davy Crockett       [Juvenile]

1914   Penn Publishing Co.  (Series: The Buckskin Books)

 

In The Dead of Night         [Mystery novel]

1908   J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and London. With illustrations by Frances Rogers.  [First edition]

1908    “Second edition”.  As above but with “second edition” imprinted
below the half-title.  Dust jacket.  The author has written his name
and address in book.

1909   Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., London. Illustration pasted on upper cover as issued.

[Note:  McIntyre revised and reissued this novel under the title Blows in the Dark in the pulp magazine Complete Detective Novel Magazine, November 1931]

 

In the Rockies with Kit Carson               [Juvenile]

1913   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia.  (Series: The Buckskin Books)

 

Kildare of the Border   [Bound volume of serial publications]

1923   Periodical appearance of this novel, never published separately,

1924   Four issues of Everybody’s Magazine bound by the publisher for
presentation to McIntyre: issues of October 1923, November 1923,

December 1923 and January 1924. Illustrations by Charles
Hargens.  (Typescript in Papers signed Mac Burney Gates).

 

Mooney Moves Around (Kerry O'Neil pseud.)               [Mystery novel]

1939   Reynal & Hitchcock, New York    d.j.

1941   The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia. Separate Sunday
section with the complete novel.  Illustrated by Joseph
Hennesy.  August 31, 1941.  Inquirer Gold Seal Novel.
By Kerry O'Neil.  Self-covered, 20p.  Cover and text illustrations.

           

Mooney’s In a Jam. (Kerry O’Neil, pseud.)    [Mystery novel]

1944   The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA. Sunday, October 15, 1944.
Illustrated by Robert W[?] Crowther. “Gold Seal Novel”
15p.   self-covered   35cm.  (very poor condition)

 

Museum Murder, The        [Mystery novel]

1929   Doubleday, for The Crime Club, Garden City, N.Y.

[n.d.]   Grosset & Dunlap.  d.j.

 

Ninth Floor: Middle City Tower (By Kerry O’Neil, pseud.)   [Mystery novel]

A Jerry Mooney Story.

[c1943]  Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., New York.  d.j.
Copy 2: in author’s leather binding.

 

On the Border with Andrew Jackson   [Juvenile]

1915   Penn Publishing Co.  (Series: The Buckskin Books)

1926   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia.  Illustrations by F. A. Anderson.
Frontispiece halftone and three line-drawings. Tan/beige cloth
stamped on back in blue; upper-cover has pictorial (frontiersman)
picture, title, and series in green and brown pasted-on. (Series: The Buckskin Books) 

Error: Back and upper cover have "On the Border..." as title, but
title-page has "One the Borders..."! Both original editions and
reprint have this error on the title page.

 

Ragged Edge, The.   [Social novel]

1902   McClure, Phillips & Co., New York   Two copies, one with the d.j.
and one with the paste-in slip on lower inside cover. (Series: First
Novel Series)   Author’s first published book.

 

Secret Agent (Ashton-Kirk)         [Mystery novel]

[1921] G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch, Ltd., London. Not illustrated,
reprint.  (Series: The New London Library)

 

Shot Towers

1925      Frederick Stokes, New York. Decorations by Lyle Justis. Signed
by the author. Another copy with d.j., unsigned.

1926   "                               '           .  4th printing, Nov. 3. Copy inscribed
by the author, with d.j. A second copy, no d.j., no signature.

 

Signing Off   [Social novel, Philadelphia neighborhood]

1938   Farrar & Rinehart, N.Y.  d.j. (2 copies, both poor condition)

 

Sketches, Skits and Stunts         [Stage humor compilation]

1915    Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia, printed wrappers. Reprint.

1920   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Printed wrappers. Reprint.

[1934] Penn Publishing Co.  Unstamped cloth.  Reprint. [c1906].

 

Slag    [Social novel]

1926      Scribner's Sons, New York.  d.j. but very very poor copy. (2 copies, same)

 

Special Detective (Ashton-Kirk) [Mystery novel]

1922   G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch, Ltd., London. Author's copy, signed.
Very poor copy.  (Series: The New London Library). 

 

Stained Sails           [Historical novel]

            1928   Frederick A. Stokes Co., N.Y.  d.j.

            1928         "                    "                      2nd printing before publication. d.j.

 

Steps Going Down

            1936   Farrar & Rinehart Inc., N.Y.  Review copy slip pasted in,  d.j.

            1936         "                    "                   Published copy, minor printing

                     change. Author' s copy, signed, poor copy. And author’s leather

                        rebound copy.

 

Street Singer, The.             [Social and mystery novel]

1909   Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia. Illustrated by J. C. Claghorn.  Original pictorial cloth binding, poor copy. l

1927   Penn Publishing Co.  [Copyright 1908]  Poor copy.

 

Swell Cracksman, The. A Vaudeville Sketch.   [Play]

1906   Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia.

Printed wrappers as issued. (2 copies)

 

With Fighting Jack Barry.            [Historical novel]

1907   J. B. Lippincott Company. Philadelphia & London. With illustrations
In color by Gordon Grant. Green cloth stamped in white with color
print pasted on upper cover as issued. 309[1][4 advert.]pages.

 

With John Paul Jones                   [Juvenile]

            1906   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia.  Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill.
Blue cloth, gilt lettering on spine and upper cover, with pictorial
design on upper cover in white, black and orange.  (Error on t.p.
giving illustration credit to Merrill.  The frontispiece and all the
plates by signed Clyde O. Deland).  (The "With" in the title on the
title page is italic).  Another copy, better binding, poorer inside.

            1926   Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia.  Illustrated by Clyde O.
Deland.  (Only the frontispiece was retained, all other plates were
not reissued; same frontispiece as in the first edition).

 

Young Continentals at Lexington, The           [Juvenile]

1909   Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia.  Illustrations byRalph L. Boyer.

1949    Revised, rewritten and reissued under title: Young Patriots at Lexington. (See below).

 

Young Continentals at Monmouth, The           [Juvenile]

1912   Penn Publishing Co. (Good copy except for puncture!)  Another copy without the puncture!

 

Young Continentals at Trenton, The                [Juvenile]

1910   Penn Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Illustrated by Ralph L. Boyer.
Yellow pictorial stamped cloth.  3 copies.

 

Young Patriots at Lexington.   [Juvenile]

1949    Hearthstone Publishing Co., Inc., New York. Illustrations by Jack
Force, Jr. Dust-jacket. Rewritten reissue of his Young Continentals
At Lexington [1909, above]. "Acknowledgement is made to Miss M.
Mason for her aid in checking the manuscript, and giving some
Helpful suggestions."  Prologue by Marcia Mason.  3 copies.

 

Young Man's Fancy, A.  An Easter Fantasy   [Light romance novel]

1926   Frederick A. Stokes Company, N.Y. Not illustrated.  Dust-jacket, with Illustration by Ethel C. Taylor (?)

1942   The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia. Separate Sunday section
with the complete novel.  Illustrations by Den Dale.  April 5, 1942.
Inquirer Gold Seal Novel.  Self-covered, 19[1]p.  Cover and text
illustrations.

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Anthology:          

Rue Morgue No. 1

1946   Creative Age Press, Inc., New York.  Edited by Stout & Greenfield.
Includes short story "Murder is Stupid" by Kerry O'Neil.

Books in collection by MacBurney Gates, unknown relationship to McIntyre but from The Papers we know there was a relationship.

Aloma of the South Seas.  [Adventure novel]

[c1926]  Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, New York.  “Adapted from the
drama of the same name by John B. Hymer & Leroy Clemens.
Illustrated with scenes from the photoplay, a Paramount picture
starring Gilda Gray. Color dust jacket.

Aloma of the South Seas.  [Adventure novel]

[c1927?]  The Readers Library Publishing Ltd., London. (The Readers
Library Film Edition).  Color dust jacket.

 

Black Pirate, The.   [Adventure novel]

[c1926]    Grosset & Dunlap, N.Y.  “By Mac Burney Gates, based upon the
story written for the screen by Elton Thomas and retold in short
story form by Lotta Woods.  Colored illustrations of scenes from 
the great Douglas Fairbanks photoplay.  Dust-jacket.
This book (copy) was found with the manuscripts and books of John T. McIntyre when they arrived at Temple.  At least one
typescript in the Papers (Kildare) is signed as Mac Burney Gates and McIntyre had Gates pulp tear sheets bound with his tear sheets.