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         Rinehart Mary Roberts:     more books (22)
  1. Tish / by Mary Roberts Rinehart ; with illustrations by May Wilson Preston by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1916-01-01
  2. Biography - Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1876-1958): An article from: Contemporary Authors by --Sketch by Michael Cisco, 2003-01-01
  3. The romantics, by Mary Roberts Rinehart by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1929-01-01
  4. The amazing interlude. by Mary Roberts Rinehart illustration by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1918-01-01
  5. NomadÃ?¯Ã'¿Ã'½s land, by Mary Roberts Rinehart ... Illustrated by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1926
  6. The circular staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart. by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1908-01-01
  7. The altar of freedom. by Mary Roberts Rinehart. by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1917-01-01
  8. The man in lower ten. by Mary Roberts Rinehart with illustra by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1909-01-01
  9. K. / by Mary Roberts Rinehart ; with illustrations by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1915
  10. The breaking point, by Mary Roberts Rinhart by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) and Fogarty, Thomas (illus.) Rinehart, 1922
  11. The Altar Of Freedom
  12. THE bREAKING POINT. by Mary Rinehart [1876 - 1958]. Roberts, 1922
  13. Long live the king! By Mary Roberts Rinehart. with illustrations by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1917-01-01
  14. Crown of Life: The Story of Mary Roberts Rinehart (The Forgotten Pioneers Series) by Sybil Downing, 1992-06-25

41. Special Collections
memorabilia about her. Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958) is a noted Gothicmystery writer, and was a native Pittsburgher. Books are listed
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363 Hillman Library
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(412) 648-8190 or 648-8197 voice
(412) 648-8192 fax The Special Collections Department was established in 1966. It houses the rare books, general manuscripts, and special collections which belong to the University of Pittsburgh. The collections together now consist of over 52,000 physical volumes, 560 linear feet of manuscripts and archives, 13,000 photographs, 500,000 theatre programs, and various slides, microfilms, posters, recordings, ephemera, and memorabilia. General Rare Books and Manuscripts Collections The Rare Books and General Manuscripts Collections include materials from both the humanities and social sciences, including the history of science and technology. These collections contain many unusual or unique items, such as first editions, early imprints, fine bindings, beautifully illustrated books, literary and historical manuscripts, modern small private press poetry from England and the United States, the "little" poetry magazines, alternative press publications from the U.S., etc. In addition to the above there are a number of separate special collections in the Department. Twenty-five of them are described in summary form below.

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43. Book People: Tis The Season To... Build Christmas Books!
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44. Book People: Additions To The IPL Online Texts Collection 05-17-01 Pt 3/3
Broadway (New York, NY)Fiction TheaterNew York (State)New YorkFiction ActressesNewYork (State)New YorkFiction Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958.$3.html
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45. Penn State Libraries Special Collections Library Finding Aids
Richardson, Dorothy Miller, 18731957. Riding, Laura, 1901-. Rinehart, Mary Roberts,1876-1958. Ritchie, Anne Thackery, 1837-1919. Rives, Amelie, 1863-1945.

46. Index Stories, Listed By Author, Part 9
Mystery Short Fiction: 1990-1999
Index: Stories, Listed by Author, Part 9
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47. Stories, Listed By Author
RILEY, CINDY Mystery Buff, (pm) EQMM Dec '91. Rinehart, Mary Roberts(18761958) The Dog in the Orchard, (ss) Cosmopolitan Sep '40
Mystery Short Fiction: 1990-1999
Stories, Listed by Author
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RIDDELL, J. H., Mrs. ; see under Riddell, Charlotte
RIEDER, INES, trans.
  • 7.62, by Pieke Biermann , (ss) Women on the Case , ed. Sara Paretsky, Delacorte, 1996
  • Mystery Buff, (pm) EQMM Dec '91
  • The Dog in the Orchard, (ss) Cosmopolitan Sep '40
    • EQMM Mar '48
    • Ellery Queen's Anthology Volume 1 , ed. Ellery Queen, London: May Fair, 1959
    • Canine Crimes II , ed. Cynthia Manson, Berkley, 1997
  • The Lipstick, (nv) Cosmopolitan Jul '42
    • AHMM Aug '95
    • Oxford Book of American Detective Stories
  • The Splinter, (ss) EQMM Sep '55
    • Twelve American Detective Stories , ed. Edward D. Hoch, Oxford University Press, 1997
  • The Treasure Hunt [*Letitia (Tish) Carberry], (nv) The Saturday Evening Post Feb 13 '26
    • 101 Years' Entertainment , ed. Ellery Queen, New York: Modern Library, 194?
    • Carlos Captures the Smugglers (with Irma Schmidt ), (ss)
      • Teen-age Spy Stories , ed. A. L. Furman, Lantern Press, 1967
      • Clarence Darrow [from Clarence Darrow: A One-Man Play ], (ex) Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975

48. Miscellaneous Items In High Demand: Subjects: 402
RimskyKorsakov, Nikolay,1844-1908. Rinaldo, Matthew J. Rinehart, Mary Roberts,1876-1958.Ring-around-a-rosy1890-1900. Ring-around-a-rosy1930-1970.
Religious processionsRussia1920.
Religious processionsSpainIbiza1950-1960.

Religious processionsSri LankaKandy1900-1910.

Religious services1900-1910.

49. Letters And Documents Collection - R
My hats in fact, don't fit my ideas, I think, so well as my head But you'veencouraged me .. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958 ANS, 1926 Apr.
Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections
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Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
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Rackham, Arthur, 1867-1939
ALS, 1916 May 19, to Mr. Ellis Adelman Fund, 1990
ALS, 1934 June 7, to George Sutcliffe Original drawing for the Compleat Angler Adelman Fund, 1989
Ramsay, Alice Wardlaw
ALS, 1924 Jan. 6, to "Dear Sir" Removed from Eastern Persia: an Account of the Journeys of the Persian Boundary Commission, 1870-71-72
Ranney, Helen
4 ALsS, 1940-41, to Donald Brien Gift of Friends of the Library, 1975-76
Raven-Hill, L. (Leonard), 1867-1942
ALS, 1894 June 5, to Thorpe
Raymond, Annie L.
From the Estate of Margaret Gregson '28
Read, Conyers, 1881-1959
2 ALsS, 1917 Nov. 19, 1919 Dec. 16 to Miss Farr TLS, 1938 Dec. 1, to Mary Terrien
Reagan, Ronald, 1911- , President of the United States 1981-1989
Printed commemorative invitation to 1981 inauguration: n.d. Gift of Eleanor Bliss
Redlich, Josef, 1869-1936

50. Literature On The Web - R
Rice, Anne 1941 Author information only. Rich, Adrienne 1929-. Rilke, RainerMaria 1875-1926 Author information only. Rinehart, Mary Roberts 1876-1958.
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51. WIC - August Birthdate Calendar
LLA 1985. Mary BEARD (18761958) HISTORIAN. CHAMPIONED WOMEN'S CAUSES.WRITER. 6. LLA HONOREE, 1985. Mary Roberts Rinehart-WRITER. 13.

52. Women Buried At Arlington National Cemetery
Mary Roberts Rinehart 1876-1958 America's first woman war correspondent duringWorld War I for the Saturday Evening Post; wrote mystery novels, including
ACCOMPLISHED WOMEN BURIED AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY Commander Beatrice V. Ball , b. December 2, 1902. d. October 21, 1963. U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. She was a senior officer in SPARS (Women's Coast Guard unit) founded in World War II. Lt. Ollie Josephine B. Bennett , b. March 27, 1874. d. February 4, 1953. Pioneer woman doctor in World War I. Lt. Kara Spears Hultgreen , U.S. Navy Was the first female pilot killed after the Department of Defense Risk rule was rescinded. Lt. Hultgreen was one of the first U.S. Navy female combat pilots. Commodore (Rear Adm.) Grace Murray Hopper - 1906-1992 U.S. Navy Was a mathematician, and a pioneer in data processing and computer science. Admiral Hopper invented COBOL and coined the term "bug" in computers. When she retired from the Navy in 1986, at the age of 80, she was the oldest officer on active duty. Admiral Hopper
Captain Winifred Love, USN, of Newport, Rhode Island, 1914-1999 In 1967, Captain Love, who was among the first group of Navy women officers selected to the permanent rank of Captain, reported to her last command as director of training publications for the operating Fleet. In 1973 she retired after 30 years of distinguished service to her country. Captain Love has awards and decorations that include the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the American Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal. Maj. Marie Therese Rossi

Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958). FREIER, Mary P. The Decline of Hilda Adams InWomen Times Three Writers, Detectives, Readers, Ed. Kathleen Gregory Klein.
The Gothic of Non-Gothic American Writers
in the Twentieth Century
Internet Resources: Kathy Acker
CASTRICANO, C. Jodey. "If a Building is a Sentence, So is a Body: Kathy Acker and the Postcolonial Gothic" In The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative Empire of the Senseless which "takes up the question of imperialism and colonialism where Conrad's Heart of Darkness leaves off. Speculates on the emergence of a Gothic in a postcolonial America and suggests that the politics of violence in the gothic has found a new incarnation in the cyberfiction of modern military/industrial society."
Edward Albee
Imamu Amiri Baraka [LeRoi Jones]
PIGGFORD, George. "Looking into Black Skulls: American Gothic, the Revolutionary Theatre, and Amiri Baraka's Dutchman " In The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative Love and Death in the American Novel . "Fiedler's study focuses mainly on the trope of blackness utilized in the writing of white Americans. Baraka's text, by contrast, thematizes the trope of whiteness in the black imagination. In Baraka's writing, it is the blacks who are being terrorized, not the whites." Djuna Barnes (0000-0000) HORNER , Avril. "'A detour of filthiness': French fiction and Djuna Barnes's

54. Chapter XXVI.
A Celebration of Women Writers Chapter XXVI. by Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958)From The Window at the White Cat. by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
"Chapter XXVI." by Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)
From: The Window at the White Cat.
AT noon that day I telephoned to Margery. To play propriety, Edith met us at the house. It was still closed, and even in the short time that had elapsed it smelled close and musty. At the door into the drawing-room I stopped them. "Now this is going to be a sort of game," I explained. "It's a sort of button, button, who's got the button, without the button. We are looking for a drawer, receptacle or closet, which shall contain, bunched together, and without regard to whether they should be there or not, a small revolver, two military brushes and a clothes brush, two or three soft bosomed shirts, perhaps a half-dozen collars, and a suit of underwear. Also a small flat package about eight inches long and three wide." "What in the world are you talking about ?" Edith asked. "I am not talking, I am theorizing," I explained. "I have a theory, and according to it the things should be here. If they are not, it is my misfortune, not my fault." I think Margery caught my idea at once, and as Edith was ready for anything, we commenced the search. Edith took the top floor, being accustomed, she said, to finding unexpected things in the servants' quarters; Margery took the lower floor, and for certain reasons I took the second.

55. Chapter VII.
A Celebration of Women Writers Chapter VII. by Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958)From The Case of Jennie Brice. by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
"Chapter VII." by Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)
From: The Case of Jennie Brice. by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Publishers, 1913, pp. 95-102. [Page 95]
AFTER all, there was nothing sensational about Mr. Ladley's return. He came at eight o'clock that night, fresh-shaved and with his hair cut, and, although he had a latch-key, he rang the door-bell. I knew his ring, and I thought it no harm to carry an old razor of Mr. Pitman's with the blade open and folded back on the handle, the way the colored people use them, in my left hand. But I saw at once that he meant no mischief. "Good evening," he said, and put out his hand. I jumped back, until I saw there was nothing in it and that he only meant to shake hands. I didn't do it; I might have to take him in, and make his bed, and cook his meals, but I did not have to shake hands with him. "You, too!" he said, looking at me with what I suppose he meant to be a reproachful [Page 96] look. But he could no more put an expression of that sort in his eyes than a fish could. "I suppose, then, there is no use asking if I may have my old room ? The front room. I won't need two." I didn't want him, and he must have seen it. But I took him. "You may have it, as far as I'm concerned," I said. "But you'll have to let the paper-hanger in to-morrow."

56. The People Of Pennsylvania - The United States Of America
Explorer, Click Mary Roberts Rinehart, Pittsburgh, 18761958, Author,Washington Augustus Roebling, Saxonburg, 1837-1926, Engineer, Charles






People of Pennsylvania
Louisa May Alcott Germantown Author Click... Richard Allen Philadelphia Religious leader Click... Marian Anderson Philadelphia Vocalist Click... Maxwell Anderson Atlantic Playwright Click... Samuel Barber West Chester Composer Click... James Buchanan Cove Gap U.S. President Click... Charles Wakefield Cadman Johnstown Composer Click... Simon Cameron Maytown Public official, poitical leader Click... Mary Cassatt Allegheny, now Pittsburgh Painter Click... W.C. Fields Philadelphia Entertainer Click... Stephen Collins Foster Lawrenceville Composer Click... Henry Clay Frick West Overton Industrialist, philanthropist Click... Henry John Heinz Pittsburgh Industrialist Click... Milton Snavely Hershey Dauphin County Industrialist, philanthropist Click... Lido Anthony (Lee) Iacocca Allentown Industrialist Click... Harold LeClair Ickes Blair County Public official Gene Kelly Pittsburgh Actor, dancer Grace Kelly Philadelphia Actress, princess of Monaco Walter Crawford Kelly Philadelphia Cartoonist, illustrator

57. Historisk Oversigt Over Kvindelige Kriminalforfattere
Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958) siges at være ophavskvinde til Had I But Known -stilen(herefter HIBK-stilen), dvs personen, der besidder en vis viden
Forsiden Biografi Bibliografi Persongalleri Historisk oversigt over
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Historisk oversigt over kvindelige kriminalforfattere
En gennemgang af en lang række kvindelige krimiforfattere
I begyndelsen Den første kvinde nogensinde til at skrive en krimi var amerikaneren Anne Katharine Green (1846-1935). Ikke alene var hun den første kvindelige krimiforfatter, hun var også den første til at skrive en rigtig detektivroman. Ebenezer Cryce, fra romanen The Leavensworth Case fra 1878, var en vaskeægte professionel politidetektiv, der også var romanens dominerende figur og helt. Romanen indeholder karakterer og begivenheder der senere er blevet brugt igen og igen, f. eks. den ældre, rige herre der myrdes, lige inden han når at underskrive sit reviderede testamente, lægeerklæringer med fastsættelse af dødstidspunktet, ballistik, tavse tjenestefolk der er mistænksomme over for politiet m.m.
I en senere roman

58. Records For Burns, Rebecca, Reader. (in MARION)
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958. The circular staircase sound recording/ by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958.*BURNS REBECCA/a89900001000/0
Burns, Rebecca, reader.
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59. Literary Autographs For Sale
Rinehart, Mary Roberts. (18761958) American writer best know for her mysterystories. TLS (approx 6 x 8 in.) on letterhead dated November 14, 1936.
Literary Autographs Literary Letters and Autographs Besant, Sir Walter.
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Bloch, Robert.
(1917-1994) American science fiction novelist and screenwriter. TLS on Gustav Marx advertising agency letterhead. No date. A nice letter to a fan answering questions about script copies, his pen name, his first story sold and published, and SF magazines where his work has appeared. Good cond. with staple marks at top, slight tears along folds, and some wrinkling. View image of this item
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Bok, Edward W.
(1863-1930) American editor, writer, and philanthropist. His The Americanization of Edward Bok won the Pulitzer Prize in 1921. TLS on personal stationary (5x6.5) 1 sheet folded, written on two sides. February 24, 1923 Philadelphia. A letter to a young reader expressing his pleasure at receiving her letter and wishing his best. VG condition.
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Burdette, Robert J. (1844-?) American writer and humorist. ALS (5x8) 1 sheet folded written on two sides. January 21, 1900 on the Steamer "Mayflower". A nice response to a reader's letter. Burdette mentions his memories of Kutztown PA (where the reader was from) and goes on to detail his recent travels. VG, some folding , light glue stains on reverse. Add to cart Burroughs, Edgar Rice.

60. Looking For A Mystery?
modern detective novel. Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958) - a prolificAmerican writer of mystery stories. Nero Wolfe and Archie
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  • The ClueLass Home Page - Cluelass has two parts. The Bloodstained Bookshelf lists the publication date of current mystery fiction. The Deadly Directory is a guide to author web sites, bookstores, mystery bookstores, and mystery conferences. The Mysterious Home Page Is now part of the ClueLass web site. Stop! You're Killing Me - A great site with lists of books by individual authors, lists of mysteries by location, occupation, and historical period. Lists of authors and mystery web sites. This site also lists newly released books. Books are linked to Amazon.Com so you can go shopping right away. Mysterious Strands - Great for locating authors' web pages and other mystery web sites. The Mystery Reader - News, reviews, and an author address book to help you locate the e-mail address and/or web site of your favorite author. AllReaders - A reader's advisory service. Search here to find mysteries that you might like to read.

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