Bibliography of Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Anthology.

[ Website note: this bibliography was current as of December 1993. It shall be superseded shortly. ]

This is the most extensive survey of writing by and about Mary MacLane undertaken to date. Much of her own writing was feature work done on commission for newspapers, and as such was never collected or indexed systematically. Undoubtedly, more of her work is simply awaiting disovery - in the pages of old newspapers. (There was not a hint of the existence of the Chicago Sunday Tribune's "Mary MacLane Says - " until a clipping of it surfaced during the editor's research in the Newberry collection. MacLane herself refers to more such otherwise-unknown writing in a 1904 letter to M.E. Stone (Newberry collection) written from Colorado while on assignment to write a six-week feature series for a Denver newspaper; these pieces are yet to be found.)

Similarly - because the secondary literature on her was not collected or tabulated as it appeared over the years - there is more writing about MacLane still to be discovered and catalogued.

This bibliography, then, is by no means exhaustive. It may be taken instead as an outline of MacLane's oeuvre, an indication of her impact upon the press and public of her time, and an index to published references both during her lifetime and after, made as complete as present knowledge permits.

The editor has relied upon Lipson's and Pascoe's valuable bibliographic work (see citations below) for information on items that could not be personally inspected.

Page numbers and publishers' names have been provided where possible.

Feel free to reproduce this bibliography with attribution to Tender Darkness; if reproduced on the Internet, please also include a referring link to http://www.marymaclane.com/mary/.

Works of Mary MacLane

MacLane, Mary Elizabeth. Untitled editorial on literature and censorship. Butte High School Leader, January 1898. (Only known from an excerpt printed in New York World, 13 July 1902, p 7; all copies of the Leader from MacLane's years as editor are said to have been destroyed by a fire at the Butte High School.)

- - - - - - - - - "Consider Thy Youth and Therein." Editorial on stoicism. Butte High School Leader, Spring 1899. (Excerpt printed in New York World, 13 July 1902, p 7.)

- - - - - - - - - "Charles Dickens - Best of Castle-Builders." High School oration. (Only known from a long excerpt printed in Butte Miner, 13 May 1899, p 8.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane - by Herself. Herbert S. Stone & Co., Chicago, April 1902. (British edition published by Grant Richards, London, November 1902. Foreign-language editions not yet located. Microfilmed in 1980 by Microfilming Corp. of America for inclusion in the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane at Newport." New York World, 24 August 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane at Coney Island." New York World, 31 August 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane on Wall Street." New York World, 7 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane in Little Old New York." New York World, 14 September 1902, Sunday magazine, pp 6-7.

- - - - - - - - - "On Marriage." New York World, 9 November 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

- - - - - - - - - My Friend Annabel Lee. Herbert S. Stone & Co., Chicago, 1903. Reissued by Duffield & Co., New York, 1908.

- - - - - - - - - ["Four Years Later."] Associated Sunday Newspapers syndicate, early 1906. (12000-word autobiographical essay on MacLane's life and thoughts in the years after publication of The Story; copy not yet located, but letters to M.E. Stone (Newberry collection) confirm publication.)

- - - - - - - - - ["Caruso in the Metropolitan."] Untitled, almost certainly unpublished feature article giving impressions of Caruso in Aida and of the opera-goers. (Written in January 1909 for the New York Evening Journal; MS in Newberry collection.)

- - - - - - - - - "The Second Story of Mary MacLane." Butte Evening News, 23 January 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Soliloquizes on Scarlet Fever - and Other Things." Butte Evening News, 20 March 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Meets the Vampire on the Isle of Treacherous Delights." Butte Evening News, 27 March 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Autobiography of the Kid Primitive." Butte Evening News, 3 April 1910, pp 9-10. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 19 January 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Wants a Vote - For the Other Woman." Butte Evening News, 17 April 1910, p 9. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., the Chicago Sunday Tribune, 20 November 1910, under the title "Mary MacLane Believes in Woman [sic] Suffrage, But She Would Never Vote for a Fat President.")

- - - - - - - - - "Men Who Have Made Love to Me." Butte Evening News, 24 April 1910, p 9, 10. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 2 Feb- ruary 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "Butte Society - `The Lady in Green Tights.'" Butte Evening News, 1 May 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Latter-Day Litany of Mary MacLane." Butte Evening News, 8 May 1910, p 9. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., the Indianapolis Sunday Star, 12 February 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "The Borrower of Two-Dollar Bills - And Other Women." Butte Evening News, May 15, 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "A Waif of Destiny on the High Seas." Butte Evening News, 22 May 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Big Fight `Has Something Doing.'" Butte Evening News, 3 July 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Woman and the Cigarette." Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 9 February 1911.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Says - " Chicago Sunday Tribune, 10 September 1911, Part VII, p 1. (Clipping in Newberry collection; may be one of a series.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane - By Herself - New Edition With a Chapter on the Present. Duffield & Co., New York, 1912. (Contains a lengthy autobiographical appendix on MacLane's life since The Story's original publication.)

- - - - - - - - - I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days. Frederick Stokes, New York, 1917. (Microfilmed in 1980 by Microfilming Corp. of America for inclusion in the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History.)

- - - - - - - - - Men Who Have Made Love to Me. Screenplay for Essanay Studios, Chicago, 1917. (Based on the Butte Evening News feature article. The film dramatized six of MacLane's love-affairs. The film was produced in late 1917 with MacLane starring as herself, edited to 90 minutes in length over either seven or eight reels, and released nationally in January 1918. Cf. Mattern pp 31-32 and Brownlow pp 30-33. Further information on the film is contained in files at the Film Study Center of the Museum of Modern Art and in the Library of Congress. Neither the screenplay nor a print of the film has yet been located.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane on Marriage." Chicago Herald, 24 June 1917.

- - - - - - - - - "The Movies and Me." Photoplay Magazine, January 1918.

- - - - - - - - - (Letter.) "Notes and Queries" department, American Mercury, October 1925. (Letter responding to a reader's request for information on her present doings.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane. Jonathan Cape, London, 1981. (Photo-duplication of 1902 Stone edition, with an introduction by Michael Yocum.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane. Reprint Services, Irvine [California], 1991. (Photo-duplication of 1902 Stone edition.)

Books Mentioning Mary MacLane

Atherton, Gertrude. Perch of the Devil. Frederick Stokes, New York,1914, pp 37, 173.

- - - - - - - - - . Adventures of a Novelist, Liveright, New York, 1932, pp 490-492.

Burlingame, Merrill K. and Toole, K. R. A History of Montana. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1957, vol. II, p 286.

Brooks, Van Wyck. The Confident Years. Dutton, New York, 1952, pp 319-320, 469.

Brownlow, Kevin. Behind the Mask of Innocence: Sex, Violence and Crime - Films of Social<%0> Conscience in the Silent Era. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1990, pp 30-33, 514-515.

Canfield, Mary Cass. Grotesques - and other reflections. Harper & Bros., New York, 1927, pp 48-60. (Essay on I, Mary MacLane. Originally appeared as "Mary MacLane and the Apparent Agonies of Introspective Pathology," under the by-line "Peter Savage," in Vanity Fair, June 1917.)

Davenport, Warren. Butte and Montana Beneath the X-Ray - being a collection of editorials from the files of the Butte X-Ray during the years 1907-1908. X-Ray Publishing Co., Butte, 1908.

Derleth, August. Still, Small Voice. Appleton-Century, New York, 1940, pp 58-59. (Biography of MacLane's New York World interviewer, Zona Gale.)

Doran, George H. Chronicles of Barrabas (1884-1934), Harcourt-Brace, New York, 1934, p 30.

Faderman, Lillian. Surpassing the Love of Men: Romantic Friendship and Love Between Women From the Renaissance to the Present. William Morrow, New York, 1981, pp 299-300.

- - - - - - - - - . Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in America. Columbia University Press, New York, 1991, p 113.

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence and Nancy Peters. Literary San Francisco. City Lights Books, San Francisco, 1980, p 92.

Foster, Jeannette Howard. Sex Variant Women in Literature. Vantage, New York, 1956. (Reprinted by Diana Press, Baltimore, 1975.)

Garland, Hamlin. Companions on the Trail. MacMillan, New York, 1931, p 147.

Goddard, Alan. Oldtimer's Handbook Illustrated. Bumont Press, Butte, 1976, p 43.

Hall, Dr G. Stanley. Adolescence - its psychology, and its relations to physiology, anthropology, sociology, sex, crime, religion, and education. Appleton, New York, 1904, vol. 1, p 559-560; vol. II, p 629.

Hanson, Patrick and Stephen Hanna. Film Review Index. Oryx Press, Phoenix, 1986, p 188.

Kaplan, Bert. The Inner World of Mental Illness. Harper & Row, New York, 1964, pp 263-279. (Reprints excerpts from The Story, with an introductory note.)

Katz, Jonathan Ned. Gay American History. Meridian, New York, 1992. (Rev. ed.; orig. pub. 1976.)

Kittredge, William and Annick Smith, eds. The Last Best Place: A Montana Anthology. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991. (Reprints passages from The Story and I, Mary MacLane.)

Kramer, Sidney. A History of Stone & Kimball and Herbert S. Stone & Co., University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1940.

McKown, [Mrs.] T.D. The Devil's Letters to Mary MacLane. Interstate Book Co., Chicago, 1903. (Parody of The Story. Published anonymously; authorship information on record with the Library of Congress.)

Mencken, H.L. "The Butte Bashkirtseff," in Prejudices - first series, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1919, pp 123-128.

Nyland, Waino. A Famous Mining Camp in Literature. Unpublished manuscript, 1926, p 5. (Cited in Pascoe, p 8; MS in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library collection.)

Richards, Dell. Lesbian Lists. Alyson Publications, Boston, 1990.

Ross, Ishbell. Ladies of the Press. Harper, New York, 1936, p 419.

Rudnick, Lois Palken. Mabel Dodge Luhan: New Woman, New Worlds. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1984, pp 139-140.

Shores, Robert T. The Story of Willie Complain. Intermountain Publishing Co., Butte, 1902. (Parody of The Story.)

Spacks, Patricia Meyers. The Female Imagination. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1975, pp 6, 166, 171-180, 182, 184, 189, 192, 205, 218, 250, 316, 317.

Truitt, Evelyn M. Who Was Who on Screen. R.R. Bowker & Co., New York, 1977, p 293.

Workers of the Writers's Program of the W.P.A. in the State of Montana. Montana - A State Guide Book. The Viking Press, New York, 1939, p 103.

- - - - - - - - - . Copper Camp: Stories of the World's Greatest Mining Town - Butte, Montana. Hastings House, New York, 1943, pp 1, 257-258.

By-Lined Articles, Essays, and Reviews

Anonymous. "Mary MacLane as a High-School Friend Knows Her." Butte Evening News, 30 January 1910, p 9.

Chapin, Peter. "The Devilish Mary MacLane." Montana Standard, 6 June 1981, pp 2, 19.

Eastman, Barrett. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Chicago Journal; reprinted in the Anaconda Standard,10 May 1902.

Faderman, Lillian. "Lesbian Magazine Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. XI [1978], p 800.

Fuller, Henry B. "Unquenchable Fires." The Dial, 2 May 1917, pp 400-401.

Gale, Zona. "The Real Mary MacLane." New York World, 17 August 1902, Sunday Magazine, pp 1-2.

Hancock, Helen M. "For Your Program." Exhibitor's Trade Review, 19 January 1918, p 595. (Suggested promotional copy for Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Heath, Marion. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Chicago Journal; reprinted in the Anaconda Standard,10 May 1902.

Heap, Jane. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.) The Little Review, April 1917.

Hill, Edwin C. "The Human Side of the News." King Features Syndicate, 1938.

Irwin, Grace Luce. "Current Books - Mary MacLane is not Exciting." Overland Monthly, September 1902, p 237.

Irwin, Inez Haynes. "The Life of an Average Woman." Harper's Bazaar, May 1912, p 281.

Kerfoot, J.B. (Review of The Story.) Life Magazine, 26 June 1902, p 546.

Maguire, John. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Anaconda Standard; reprinted in the Red Lodge Picket, 9 May 1902, p 4.

Mattern, Carolyn J. "Mary MacLane: A Feminist Opinion." Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Autumn 1977, pp 54-63.

McQuade, James. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Motion Picture World, 28 January 1918, p 525.

Mencken, H.L. "The Cult of Dunsany." Smart Set, July 1917, p 138.

Miller, Barbara. "`Hot as Live Embers - Cold as Hail': The Restless Soul of Butte's Mary MacLane." Montana Magazine, September 1982, pp 50-53.

Milne, Peter. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Motion Picture News, 2 February 1918, p 734.

Monroe, Harriet. "Fire of Youth." Poetry Magazine, June 1917, p 154.

Page, Ada. "Mary Goes Back to Sand and Barrenness." Overland Monthly, November 1929, p 345.

Parsons, Louella. "On Movies." Chicago Herald, 25 January 1918.

Pascoe, Peggy. Unpublished undergraduate essay on Mary MacLane, written at Montana State University. (Title page evidently missing. Identified by Butte-Silver Bow Public Library as written before 1982. Copies in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library and Montana Historical Society collections.)

Paul, John. "A Young Messalina Out of the West." New York Times, 10 May 1902, p 314. (Review of The Story.)

- - - - - - - - - . "Mary MacLane Again." New York Times, 5 September 1903. (Unsigned review of My Friend Annabel Lee.)

Risley, R.V. "The Story of Mary MacLane." The Reader, November 1902, p 96.

Roberts, Nesta. "Breakout from Butte." London Times Literary Supplement, 10 July 1981, p 792. (Review of Jonathan Cape reprint of The Story.)

Smith, Patsy. "Among the Women." Variety, 8 February 1918. (Article on Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Terris, Dr Virginia. "Mary MacLane - Realist." The Speculator, Summer 1985, pp 42-49.

Tinee, Mae. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Chicago Daily Tribune, 25 January 1918.

Wheeler, Leslie A. "Montana's Shocking `Lit'ry Lady.'" Montana Magazine, Summer 1977, pp 20-33.

Woodward, Helen Beal. "Dear Diary - Will Secret Scribblings Bring Fame to a New Marie Bashkirtseff or Mary MacLane?" Mademoiselle Magazine, April 1943, pp 98-99, 154-156.

Unsigned Articles, Editorials, Reviews

Butte Miner. "Girls Who Graduate - Three of the High School Class Delivered Orations Yesterday - The Subjects were Interesting - Miss MacLane Talked of Dickens - Miss Conway Spoke of Germany's Contribution to Civilization and Miss Knowlton Told the Story of Virgil and Dante." 13 May 1899, p 8. (Contains excerpt of MacLane's "Charles Dickens - Best of Castle-Builders.")

Butte Miner. (Article on Butte High School's graduating class.) 3 June 1899.

Chicago Record-Herald. (Review of The Story.) 26 April 1902.

Butte Miner. "Orders for Thousands of Her Weird Book - Miss MacLane's Book Causing a Sensation in the Literary World." 27 April 1902.

New York World. "The Story of Mary MacLane - by Herself - A Very Remarkable Book That Has Just Come Out of Chicago." 27 April 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

New York World. "`I Love Devils,' says Genius Mary." 28 April 1902, p 12.

The Missoulian. 29 April 1902, p 4.

Butte Intermountain. 30 April 1902.

Butte Miner. 30 April 1902, p 9.

Great Falls Tribune. 30 April 1902.

Butte Miner. "Our Peculiar Mary MacLane - Jeannette L. Gilder Criticizes Her in New York Herald - More Extracts Given - Thinks She is Mad and that Books and Paper Should Be Put Out of Reach Until She is Restored." 1 May 1902, p 5.

Butte Intermountain. 24 May 1902.

Butte Miner. "The Story of Mary MacLane - Views of Jeanette Gilder." 1 May 1902, p 4.

Great Falls Tribune. 2 May 1902.

Anaconda Standard. 4 May 1902.

Butte Miner. 4 May 1902.

Great Falls Daily Tribune. 4 May 1902, p 10.

Helena Independent. 4 May 1902.

Red Lodge Picket. 9 May 1902, p 4.

Butte Intermountain. 16 May 1902, p 4. (Newbro Drug Company's advertisement for its Mary MacLane highball - "with or without ice cream, cooling, refreshing, invigorating, devilish, the up-to-date drink.")

Butte Tribune-Review. 17 May 1902. (Report from Kalamazoo, Michigan of the suicide of Frances Goodrich Stout, a young girl made "morbidly mad from the reading of Mary MacLane's book in the nude.")

Butte Intermountain. 20 May 1902.

Butte Intermountain. "`Our Mary' Talkative." 24 May 1902, p 5.

Butte Intermountain. (Editorial.) 2 June 1902, p 4.

New York World. "Prof. Triggs Enthuses Over Mary MacLane." 28 June 1902, p 7.

The Critic. (Review of The Story.) July 1902, pp 7-8.

New York World. "Mary MacLane to go to Radcliffe College - Before Starting to School She Will Visit New York with the `Anemone Lady.'" 1 July 1902, p 2.

New York World. "Mary MacLane Busts Home Ties." 8 July 1902, p 3.

New York World. "Chicago is a Bore to Mary MacLane." 9 July 1902, p 12.

Butte Intermountain. "Our Little Mary MacLane Will Outgrow It." 12 July 1902, p 9.

New York World. "Look Out! Here Comes the `Anemone Lady' - Also Mary MacLane." 13 July 1902, Sunday magazine, p 7.

Helena Independent. "Mary MacLane Mops Floors of Hostess." 14 July 1902.

The Missoulian. 15 July 1902.

New York World. "Mary Will Skip New York." 15 July 1902, p 1.

New York World. (Editorial comment.) 15 July 1902, p 6.

New York World. "She's a Genius of Poetic Woe - Ida Monroe, The Latest Poetess of Passion - New York Produces a Composer that Beats Butte's Wonder a Block - She Discovers Herself Good and Hard - Samples of her Poems as She Reels Them Out on Paper Bags." 15 July 1902, p 5.

New York World. "`Ho for New Yor-r-k!' Now Says Mary MacLane." 16 July 1902, p 2. (With cartoon of Alderman Timothy Sullivan holding in hand his proposed resolution inviting MacLane to New York City and to address the Board of Aldermen "on the new literature of the new West and why the East needs it.")

New York World. "Mary MacLane Slips Into Boston - Dodged All the Reporters and Camera Sharps on the Trip." 21 July 1902, p 4.

New York World. "Mary by `Devil' Meant `Ideal.'" 22 July1902, p 2.

New York World. "Folk Out in Butte are Best of All." 23 July 1902, p 4.

Missoula Fruit-Grower. 25 July 1902, p 4.

The Literary Digest. "A Montana Marie Bashkirtseff." 26 July 1902. (Quotes reviews of The Story from the Chicago News, Washington Post, St Louis Mirror, and New York's Commercial Advertiser.)

New York World. "Mary MacLane - What Do You Think?" 21 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

New York World. "What They Think of Mary MacLane - Opinions by Readers of Her Articles in the World's Sunday Magazine." 28 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

New York World. "Echoes of Mary MacLane - More Letters from World Readers." 12 October 1902, Sunday magazine, p 8.

New York World. "The Love Story of Mary MacLane's Sister." 2 November 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

London Times Literary Supplement. "List of New Books and Reprints." 7 November 1902, p 335. (Review of The Story.)

Butte Intermountain. "Eloise Larsen of Chicago, Victim of MacLaneism - Head of Local Mary MacLane Society Arrested for Stealing a Horse." 4 December 1902, p 10.

Chicago Record-Herald. 29 August 1903.

Butte Miner. (Review of My Friend Annabel Lee.) 3 September 1903, p 4.

The Reader. (Review of My Friend Annabel Lee.) October 1903.

Butte Evening News. "Mary MacLane in the Shadow of Death - Butte Authoress Dan- gerously Ill at her Home on W. Park Street." 29 January 1910.

Butte Evening News. "Mary MacLane Improving." 30 January 1910, p 1.

New York World. "Still Seeking Her Devil, is Mary MacLane." 18 March 1910. (Clipping in Newberry collection; page number not recorded.)

Thermopolis (Wyoming) Record. "The Celebration is Now in Full Swing - Thermo- polis's Railroad Days are Proving to be of Exceptional Merit." 23 June 1910, p 1.

Thermopolis Record. "Mary Macane Says -" 30 June 1910, p 1. (Interview.)

The Atlantic Monthly. (Advertisement for I, Mary MacLane.) April 1917.

The Little Review. (Advertisement for I, Mary MacLane.) April 1917.

Anaconda Standard. "I, Mary MacLane is Her Latest Book." 13 April 1917.

New York Times Book Review. 15 April 1917, p 133.

Anaconda Standard. "Mary MacLane Lays Bare her Soul." 22 April 1917, p 8. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

Montana American. "Miss MacLane's Book." 27 April 1917. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

The Bookman. "Chronicle and Comment - Mary MacLane." June 1917, p 421. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, mid-September 1917. "Mary MacLane Will Act Her Story for Movies." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Chicago Tribune. (Arthur Berthelet, director of Men Who Have Made Love to Me, interviewed.) 21 October 1917.

Motography. "Pick MacLane Cast with Care." Vol. XII, no. 5, p 226. (Late 1917 or early 1918.)

Exhibitor's Trade Review. (Distributor's film-trade advertisement for Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 15 February 1918, p 392.

Wid's Daily. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 17 January 1918, p 873.

Variety. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 1 February 1918.

Moving Picture World. (Film-trade information on, and tips for promoting, Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 2 February 1918, p 722.

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, 4 February 1918. "Mary MacLane in the Movies." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary MacLane Now in Court" 28 July 1919, p 6.

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, 4 August 1919. "Mary MacLane in Court for Debt." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Obituaries

Boston Evening Transcript. 7 August 1929, pp 1, 7.

Butte Daily Post. 7 August 1929.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary MacLane, Former Fergus Falls Writer, Dies." 7 August 1929, p 1.

Montana Standard. 7 August 1929, pp 1-2.

Chicago Daily Tribune. 8 August 1929, pp 1, 3. (With back-page publicity still from Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Detroit News. 8 August 1929.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary McLane [sic] is to be Buried in Fergus Falls." 8 August 1929, p 1.

New York Times. "The Paths of Glory." 8 August 1929, p 24. (Obituary editorial.)

New York Times. "Mary MacLane, Author, Found Dead." 8 August 1929, p 25.

United Press International. "Dies as `Gods' Fade - Lovely Pagan Mary MacLane, Who Wrote of Men and Passion, Finds her `Damning Tomorrow.'" 8 August 1929. (Clipping, apparently from a Chicago newspaper, reproduced in Mattern p 62.)

Chicago Daily Tribune. 9 August 1929, p 24.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. 9 August 1929.

Montana Standard. 9 August 1929.

New York Times. "To Bury Mary MacLane ." 9 August 1929, p 17.

Chicago Daily Tribune. 11 August 1929, p 18. (With back-page photo of MacLane's brother James and their mother at the funeral service.)

New York Times. "Mary MacLane's Funeral Today." 11 August 1929, p 27.

New York Times. "Simple Services for Mary MacLane." 12 August 1929, p 19.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. 14 August 1929.

Time Magazine. 19 August 1929, p 53.

The Chicagoan. 31 August 1929. (Untitled obituary editorial; clipping in Newberry collection.)

Miscellany

Great Falls Tribune. (Article on MacLane's father, James W. MacLane.) 1 June 1889.

Fergus Falls Journal. (Obituary of James W. MacLane.) 1 August 1889.

Fergus Falls Weekly. (Obituary of James W. MacLane.) 1 August 1889.

Fergus Falls Weekly. "As Ever Sadie." (Undated obituary of James W. MacLane. Mentioned by Lipson p 7.)

Who's Who in America. MacLane's first entry appears in the 1902 edition; it was reprinted and updated irregularly thereafter until her death. (A summary entry appears in Who was Who in America, A.N. Marquis & Co., Chicago, 1943, vol. 1, p 764.)

Weber, Joseph and Lew Fields. The Story of Mary McPaine. (Vaudeville parody of The Story; held the stage for several years at New York's Broadway Music Hall. Script not yet located.)

Life Magazine. "Intensity." Cartoon caricature of MacLane from the mid-1900S. (Undated photocopy in the editor's collection.)

The American Mercury. August 1925, "Notes and Queries" department. (Letter from a reader.)

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "`Flatboat' McLane [sic] Plied the Red." 25 June 1972. (Article on James W. MacLane's role in the early development of Minnesota.)

Lipson, Phil. "Mary MacLane Bibliography." Seattle, 1970s. (Unpublished.)

McAllister, Ada. Abandoning Mary. Unpublished play based on MacLane's life 1890s-1910. Written late 1980s, produced irregularly thereafter. (Copy in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library collection.)

Bibliography of Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Anthology

Bibliography of Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Anthology.

[ Website note: this bibliography was current as of December 1993. It shall be superseded by the far more extensive bibliography in Human Days: The Complete Mary MacLane Anthology. ]

This is the most extensive survey of writing by and about Mary MacLane undertaken to date. Much of her own writing was feature work done on commission for newspapers, and as such was never collected or indexed systematically. Undoubtedly, more of her work is simply awaiting disovery - in the pages of old newspapers. (There was not a hint of the existence of the Chicago Sunday Tribune's "Mary MacLane Says - " until a clipping of it surfaced during the editor's research in the Newberry collection. MacLane herself refers to more such otherwise-unknown writing in a 1904 letter to M.E. Stone (Newberry collection) written from Colorado while on assignment to write a six-week feature series for a Denver newspaper; these pieces are yet to be found.)

Similarly - because the secondary literature on her was not collected or tabulated as it appeared over the years - there is more writing about MacLane still to be discovered and catalogued.

This bibliography, then, is by no means exhaustive. It may be taken instead as an outline of MacLane's oeuvre, an indication of her impact upon the press and public of her time, and an index to published references both during her lifetime and after, made as complete as present knowledge permits.

The editor has relied upon Lipson's and Pascoe's valuable bibliographic work (see citations below) for information on items that could not be personally inspected.

Page numbers and publishers' names have been provided where possible.

Feel free to reproduce this bibliography with attribution to Tender Darkness; if reproduced on the Internet, please also include a referring link to http://www.marymaclane.com/mary/.

Works of Mary MacLane

MacLane, Mary Elizabeth. Untitled editorial on literature and censorship. Butte High School Leader, January 1898. (Only known from an excerpt printed in New York World, 13 July 1902, p 7; all copies of the Leader from MacLane's years as editor are said to have been destroyed by a fire at the Butte High School.)

- - - - - - - - - "Consider Thy Youth and Therein." Editorial on stoicism. Butte High School Leader, Spring 1899. (Excerpt printed in New York World, 13 July 1902, p 7.)

- - - - - - - - - "Charles Dickens - Best of Castle-Builders." High School oration. (Only known from a long excerpt printed in Butte Miner, 13 May 1899, p 8.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane - by Herself. Herbert S. Stone & Co., Chicago, April 1902. (British edition published by Grant Richards, London, November 1902. Foreign-language editions not yet located. Microfilmed in 1980 by Microfilming Corp. of America for inclusion in the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane at Newport." New York World, 24 August 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane at Coney Island." New York World, 31 August 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane on Wall Street." New York World, 7 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane in Little Old New York." New York World, 14 September 1902, Sunday magazine, pp 6-7.

- - - - - - - - - "On Marriage." New York World, 9 November 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

- - - - - - - - - My Friend Annabel Lee. Herbert S. Stone & Co., Chicago, 1903. Reissued by Duffield & Co., New York, 1908.

- - - - - - - - - ["Four Years Later."] Associated Sunday Newspapers syndicate, early 1906. (12000-word autobiographical essay on MacLane's life and thoughts in the years after publication of The Story; copy not yet located, but letters to M.E. Stone (Newberry collection) confirm publication.)

- - - - - - - - - ["Caruso in the Metropolitan."] Untitled, almost certainly unpublished feature article giving impressions of Caruso in Aida and of the opera-goers. (Written in January 1909 for the New York Evening Journal; MS in Newberry collection.)

- - - - - - - - - "The Second Story of Mary MacLane." Butte Evening News, 23 January 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Soliloquizes on Scarlet Fever - and Other Things." Butte Evening News, 20 March 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Meets the Vampire on the Isle of Treacherous Delights." Butte Evening News, 27 March 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Autobiography of the Kid Primitive." Butte Evening News, 3 April 1910, pp 9-10. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 19 January 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Wants a Vote - For the Other Woman." Butte Evening News, 17 April 1910, p 9. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., the Chicago Sunday Tribune, 20 November 1910, under the title "Mary MacLane Believes in Woman [sic] Suffrage, But She Would Never Vote for a Fat President.")

- - - - - - - - - "Men Who Have Made Love to Me." Butte Evening News, 24 April 1910, p 9, 10. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 2 Feb- ruary 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "Butte Society - `The Lady in Green Tights.'" Butte Evening News, 1 May 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Latter-Day Litany of Mary MacLane." Butte Evening News, 8 May 1910, p 9. (Subsequently syndicated; appeared in, e.g., the Indianapolis Sunday Star, 12 February 1911.)

- - - - - - - - - "The Borrower of Two-Dollar Bills - And Other Women." Butte Evening News, May 15, 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "A Waif of Destiny on the High Seas." Butte Evening News, 22 May 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "The Big Fight `Has Something Doing.'" Butte Evening News, 3 July 1910, p 9.

- - - - - - - - - "Woman and the Cigarette." Morrison's Chicago Weekly, 9 February 1911.

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane Says - " Chicago Sunday Tribune, 10 September 1911, Part VII, p 1. (Clipping in Newberry collection; may be one of a series.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane - By Herself - New Edition With a Chapter on the Present. Duffield & Co., New York, 1912. (Contains a lengthy autobiographical appendix on MacLane's life since The Story's original publication.)

- - - - - - - - - I, Mary MacLane: A Diary of Human Days. Frederick Stokes, New York, 1917. (Microfilmed in 1980 by Microfilming Corp. of America for inclusion in the Gerritsen Collection of Women's History.)

- - - - - - - - - Men Who Have Made Love to Me. Screenplay for Essanay Studios, Chicago, 1917. (Based on the Butte Evening News feature article. The film dramatized six of MacLane's love-affairs. The film was produced in late 1917 with MacLane starring as herself, edited to 90 minutes in length over either seven or eight reels, and released nationally in January 1918. Cf. Mattern pp 31-32 and Brownlow pp 30-33. Further information on the film is contained in files at the Film Study Center of the Museum of Modern Art and in the Library of Congress. Neither the screenplay nor a print of the film has yet been located.)

- - - - - - - - - "Mary MacLane on Marriage." Chicago Herald, 24 June 1917.

- - - - - - - - - "The Movies and Me." Photoplay Magazine, January 1918.

- - - - - - - - - (Letter.) "Notes and Queries" department, American Mercury, October 1925. (Letter responding to a reader's request for information on her present doings.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane. Jonathan Cape, London, 1981. (Photo-duplication of 1902 Stone edition, with an introduction by Michael Yocum.)

- - - - - - - - - The Story of Mary MacLane. Reprint Services, Irvine [California], 1991. (Photo-duplication of 1902 Stone edition.)

Books Mentioning Mary MacLane

Atherton, Gertrude. Perch of the Devil. Frederick Stokes, New York,1914, pp 37, 173.

- - - - - - - - - . Adventures of a Novelist, Liveright, New York, 1932, pp 490-492.

Burlingame, Merrill K. and Toole, K. R. A History of Montana. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1957, vol. II, p 286.

Brooks, Van Wyck. The Confident Years. Dutton, New York, 1952, pp 319-320, 469.

Brownlow, Kevin. Behind the Mask of Innocence: Sex, Violence and Crime - Films of Social<%0> Conscience in the Silent Era. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1990, pp 30-33, 514-515.

Canfield, Mary Cass. Grotesques - and other reflections. Harper & Bros., New York, 1927, pp 48-60. (Essay on I, Mary MacLane. Originally appeared as "Mary MacLane and the Apparent Agonies of Introspective Pathology," under the by-line "Peter Savage," in Vanity Fair, June 1917.)

Davenport, Warren. Butte and Montana Beneath the X-Ray - being a collection of editorials from the files of the Butte X-Ray during the years 1907-1908. X-Ray Publishing Co., Butte, 1908.

Derleth, August. Still, Small Voice. Appleton-Century, New York, 1940, pp 58-59. (Biography of MacLane's New York World interviewer, Zona Gale.)

Doran, George H. Chronicles of Barrabas (1884-1934), Harcourt-Brace, New York, 1934, p 30.

Faderman, Lillian. Surpassing the Love of Men: Romantic Friendship and Love Between Women From the Renaissance to the Present. William Morrow, New York, 1981, pp 299-300.

- - - - - - - - - . Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in America. Columbia University Press, New York, 1991, p 113.

Ferlinghetti, Lawrence and Nancy Peters. Literary San Francisco. City Lights Books, San Francisco, 1980, p 92.

Foster, Jeannette Howard. Sex Variant Women in Literature. Vantage, New York, 1956. (Reprinted by Diana Press, Baltimore, 1975.)

Garland, Hamlin. Companions on the Trail. MacMillan, New York, 1931, p 147.

Goddard, Alan. Oldtimer's Handbook Illustrated. Bumont Press, Butte, 1976, p 43.

Hall, Dr G. Stanley. Adolescence - its psychology, and its relations to physiology, anthropology, sociology, sex, crime, religion, and education. Appleton, New York, 1904, vol. 1, p 559-560; vol. II, p 629.

Hanson, Patrick and Stephen Hanna. Film Review Index. Oryx Press, Phoenix, 1986, p 188.

Kaplan, Bert. The Inner World of Mental Illness. Harper & Row, New York, 1964, pp 263-279. (Reprints excerpts from The Story, with an introductory note.)

Katz, Jonathan Ned. Gay American History. Meridian, New York, 1992. (Rev. ed.; orig. pub. 1976.)

Kittredge, William and Annick Smith, eds. The Last Best Place: A Montana Anthology. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991. (Reprints passages from The Story and I, Mary MacLane.)

Kramer, Sidney. A History of Stone & Kimball and Herbert S. Stone & Co., University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1940.

McKown, [Mrs.] T.D. The Devil's Letters to Mary MacLane. Interstate Book Co., Chicago, 1903. (Parody of The Story. Published anonymously; authorship information on record with the Library of Congress.)

Mencken, H.L. "The Butte Bashkirtseff," in Prejudices - first series, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1919, pp 123-128.

Nyland, Waino. A Famous Mining Camp in Literature. Unpublished manuscript, 1926, p 5. (Cited in Pascoe, p 8; MS in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library collection.)

Richards, Dell. Lesbian Lists. Alyson Publications, Boston, 1990.

Ross, Ishbell. Ladies of the Press. Harper, New York, 1936, p 419.

Rudnick, Lois Palken. Mabel Dodge Luhan: New Woman, New Worlds. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1984, pp 139-140.

Shores, Robert T. The Story of Willie Complain. Intermountain Publishing Co., Butte, 1902. (Parody of The Story.)

Spacks, Patricia Meyers. The Female Imagination. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1975, pp 6, 166, 171-180, 182, 184, 189, 192, 205, 218, 250, 316, 317.

Truitt, Evelyn M. Who Was Who on Screen. R.R. Bowker & Co., New York, 1977, p 293.

Workers of the Writers's Program of the W.P.A. in the State of Montana. Montana - A State Guide Book. The Viking Press, New York, 1939, p 103.

- - - - - - - - - . Copper Camp: Stories of the World's Greatest Mining Town - Butte, Montana. Hastings House, New York, 1943, pp 1, 257-258.

By-Lined Articles, Essays, and Reviews

Anonymous. "Mary MacLane as a High-School Friend Knows Her." Butte Evening News, 30 January 1910, p 9.

Chapin, Peter. "The Devilish Mary MacLane." Montana Standard, 6 June 1981, pp 2, 19.

Eastman, Barrett. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Chicago Journal; reprinted in the Anaconda Standard,10 May 1902.

Faderman, Lillian. "Lesbian Magazine Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century." Journal of Popular Culture, vol. XI [1978], p 800.

Fuller, Henry B. "Unquenchable Fires." The Dial, 2 May 1917, pp 400-401.

Gale, Zona. "The Real Mary MacLane." New York World, 17 August 1902, Sunday Magazine, pp 1-2.

Hancock, Helen M. "For Your Program." Exhibitor's Trade Review, 19 January 1918, p 595. (Suggested promotional copy for Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Heath, Marion. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Chicago Journal; reprinted in the Anaconda Standard,10 May 1902.

Heap, Jane. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.) The Little Review, April 1917.

Hill, Edwin C. "The Human Side of the News." King Features Syndicate, 1938.

Irwin, Grace Luce. "Current Books - Mary MacLane is not Exciting." Overland Monthly, September 1902, p 237.

Irwin, Inez Haynes. "The Life of an Average Woman." Harper's Bazaar, May 1912, p 281.

Kerfoot, J.B. (Review of The Story.) Life Magazine, 26 June 1902, p 546.

Maguire, John. (Review of The Story.) Originally appeared in the Anaconda Standard; reprinted in the Red Lodge Picket, 9 May 1902, p 4.

Mattern, Carolyn J. "Mary MacLane: A Feminist Opinion." Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Autumn 1977, pp 54-63.

McQuade, James. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Motion Picture World, 28 January 1918, p 525.

Mencken, H.L. "The Cult of Dunsany." Smart Set, July 1917, p 138.

Miller, Barbara. "`Hot as Live Embers - Cold as Hail': The Restless Soul of Butte's Mary MacLane." Montana Magazine, September 1982, pp 50-53.

Milne, Peter. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Motion Picture News, 2 February 1918, p 734.

Monroe, Harriet. "Fire of Youth." Poetry Magazine, June 1917, p 154.

Page, Ada. "Mary Goes Back to Sand and Barrenness." Overland Monthly, November 1929, p 345.

Parsons, Louella. "On Movies." Chicago Herald, 25 January 1918.

Pascoe, Peggy. Unpublished undergraduate essay on Mary MacLane, written at Montana State University. (Title page evidently missing. Identified by Butte-Silver Bow Public Library as written before 1982. Copies in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library and Montana Historical Society collections.)

Paul, John. "A Young Messalina Out of the West." New York Times, 10 May 1902, p 314. (Review of The Story.)

- - - - - - - - - . "Mary MacLane Again." New York Times, 5 September 1903. (Unsigned review of My Friend Annabel Lee.)

Risley, R.V. "The Story of Mary MacLane." The Reader, November 1902, p 96.

Roberts, Nesta. "Breakout from Butte." London Times Literary Supplement, 10 July 1981, p 792. (Review of Jonathan Cape reprint of The Story.)

Smith, Patsy. "Among the Women." Variety, 8 February 1918. (Article on Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Terris, Dr Virginia. "Mary MacLane - Realist." The Speculator, Summer 1985, pp 42-49.

Tinee, Mae. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) Chicago Daily Tribune, 25 January 1918.

Wheeler, Leslie A. "Montana's Shocking `Lit'ry Lady.'" Montana Magazine, Summer 1977, pp 20-33.

Woodward, Helen Beal. "Dear Diary - Will Secret Scribblings Bring Fame to a New Marie Bashkirtseff or Mary MacLane?" Mademoiselle Magazine, April 1943, pp 98-99, 154-156.

Unsigned Articles, Editorials, Reviews

Butte Miner. "Girls Who Graduate - Three of the High School Class Delivered Orations Yesterday - The Subjects were Interesting - Miss MacLane Talked of Dickens - Miss Conway Spoke of Germany's Contribution to Civilization and Miss Knowlton Told the Story of Virgil and Dante." 13 May 1899, p 8. (Contains excerpt of MacLane's "Charles Dickens - Best of Castle-Builders.")

Butte Miner. (Article on Butte High School's graduating class.) 3 June 1899.

Chicago Record-Herald. (Review of The Story.) 26 April 1902.

Butte Miner. "Orders for Thousands of Her Weird Book - Miss MacLane's Book Causing a Sensation in the Literary World." 27 April 1902.

New York World. "The Story of Mary MacLane - by Herself - A Very Remarkable Book That Has Just Come Out of Chicago." 27 April 1902, Sunday magazine, p 1.

New York World. "`I Love Devils,' says Genius Mary." 28 April 1902, p 12.

The Missoulian. 29 April 1902, p 4.

Butte Intermountain. 30 April 1902.

Butte Miner. 30 April 1902, p 9.

Great Falls Tribune. 30 April 1902.

Butte Miner. "Our Peculiar Mary MacLane - Jeannette L. Gilder Criticizes Her in New York Herald - More Extracts Given - Thinks She is Mad and that Books and Paper Should Be Put Out of Reach Until She is Restored." 1 May 1902, p 5.

Butte Intermountain. 24 May 1902.

Butte Miner. "The Story of Mary MacLane - Views of Jeanette Gilder." 1 May 1902, p 4.

Great Falls Tribune. 2 May 1902.

Anaconda Standard. 4 May 1902.

Butte Miner. 4 May 1902.

Great Falls Daily Tribune. 4 May 1902, p 10.

Helena Independent. 4 May 1902.

Red Lodge Picket. 9 May 1902, p 4.

Butte Intermountain. 16 May 1902, p 4. (Newbro Drug Company's advertisement for its Mary MacLane highball - "with or without ice cream, cooling, refreshing, invigorating, devilish, the up-to-date drink.")

Butte Tribune-Review. 17 May 1902. (Report from Kalamazoo, Michigan of the suicide of Frances Goodrich Stout, a young girl made "morbidly mad from the reading of Mary MacLane's book in the nude.")

Butte Intermountain. 20 May 1902.

Butte Intermountain. "`Our Mary' Talkative." 24 May 1902, p 5.

Butte Intermountain. (Editorial.) 2 June 1902, p 4.

New York World. "Prof. Triggs Enthuses Over Mary MacLane." 28 June 1902, p 7.

The Critic. (Review of The Story.) July 1902, pp 7-8.

New York World. "Mary MacLane to go to Radcliffe College - Before Starting to School She Will Visit New York with the `Anemone Lady.'" 1 July 1902, p 2.

New York World. "Mary MacLane Busts Home Ties." 8 July 1902, p 3.

New York World. "Chicago is a Bore to Mary MacLane." 9 July 1902, p 12.

Butte Intermountain. "Our Little Mary MacLane Will Outgrow It." 12 July 1902, p 9.

New York World. "Look Out! Here Comes the `Anemone Lady' - Also Mary MacLane." 13 July 1902, Sunday magazine, p 7.

Helena Independent. "Mary MacLane Mops Floors of Hostess." 14 July 1902.

The Missoulian. 15 July 1902.

New York World. "Mary Will Skip New York." 15 July 1902, p 1.

New York World. (Editorial comment.) 15 July 1902, p 6.

New York World. "She's a Genius of Poetic Woe - Ida Monroe, The Latest Poetess of Passion - New York Produces a Composer that Beats Butte's Wonder a Block - She Discovers Herself Good and Hard - Samples of her Poems as She Reels Them Out on Paper Bags." 15 July 1902, p 5.

New York World. "`Ho for New Yor-r-k!' Now Says Mary MacLane." 16 July 1902, p 2. (With cartoon of Alderman Timothy Sullivan holding in hand his proposed resolution inviting MacLane to New York City and to address the Board of Aldermen "on the new literature of the new West and why the East needs it.")

New York World. "Mary MacLane Slips Into Boston - Dodged All the Reporters and Camera Sharps on the Trip." 21 July 1902, p 4.

New York World. "Mary by `Devil' Meant `Ideal.'" 22 July1902, p 2.

New York World. "Folk Out in Butte are Best of All." 23 July 1902, p 4.

Missoula Fruit-Grower. 25 July 1902, p 4.

The Literary Digest. "A Montana Marie Bashkirtseff." 26 July 1902. (Quotes reviews of The Story from the Chicago News, Washington Post, St Louis Mirror, and New York's Commercial Advertiser.)

New York World. "Mary MacLane - What Do You Think?" 21 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

New York World. "What They Think of Mary MacLane - Opinions by Readers of Her Articles in the World's Sunday Magazine." 28 September 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

New York World. "Echoes of Mary MacLane - More Letters from World Readers." 12 October 1902, Sunday magazine, p 8.

New York World. "The Love Story of Mary MacLane's Sister." 2 November 1902, Sunday magazine, p 5.

London Times Literary Supplement. "List of New Books and Reprints." 7 November 1902, p 335. (Review of The Story.)

Butte Intermountain. "Eloise Larsen of Chicago, Victim of MacLaneism - Head of Local Mary MacLane Society Arrested for Stealing a Horse." 4 December 1902, p 10.

Chicago Record-Herald. 29 August 1903.

Butte Miner. (Review of My Friend Annabel Lee.) 3 September 1903, p 4.

The Reader. (Review of My Friend Annabel Lee.) October 1903.

Butte Evening News. "Mary MacLane in the Shadow of Death - Butte Authoress Dan- gerously Ill at her Home on W. Park Street." 29 January 1910.

Butte Evening News. "Mary MacLane Improving." 30 January 1910, p 1.

New York World. "Still Seeking Her Devil, is Mary MacLane." 18 March 1910. (Clipping in Newberry collection; page number not recorded.)

Thermopolis (Wyoming) Record. "The Celebration is Now in Full Swing - Thermo- polis's Railroad Days are Proving to be of Exceptional Merit." 23 June 1910, p 1.

Thermopolis Record. "Mary Macane Says -" 30 June 1910, p 1. (Interview.)

The Atlantic Monthly. (Advertisement for I, Mary MacLane.) April 1917.

The Little Review. (Advertisement for I, Mary MacLane.) April 1917.

Anaconda Standard. "I, Mary MacLane is Her Latest Book." 13 April 1917.

New York Times Book Review. 15 April 1917, p 133.

Anaconda Standard. "Mary MacLane Lays Bare her Soul." 22 April 1917, p 8. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

Montana American. "Miss MacLane's Book." 27 April 1917. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

The Bookman. "Chronicle and Comment - Mary MacLane." June 1917, p 421. (Review of I, Mary MacLane.)

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, mid-September 1917. "Mary MacLane Will Act Her Story for Movies." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Chicago Tribune. (Arthur Berthelet, director of Men Who Have Made Love to Me, interviewed.) 21 October 1917.

Motography. "Pick MacLane Cast with Care." Vol. XII, no. 5, p 226. (Late 1917 or early 1918.)

Exhibitor's Trade Review. (Distributor's film-trade advertisement for Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 15 February 1918, p 392.

Wid's Daily. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 17 January 1918, p 873.

Variety. (Review of Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 1 February 1918.

Moving Picture World. (Film-trade information on, and tips for promoting, Men Who Have Made Love to Me.) 2 February 1918, p 722.

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, 4 February 1918. "Mary MacLane in the Movies." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary MacLane Now in Court" 28 July 1919, p 6.

Montana Newspaper Association. Newspaper insert, 4 August 1919. "Mary MacLane in Court for Debt." (Clipping in Montana Historical Society collection.)

Obituaries

Boston Evening Transcript. 7 August 1929, pp 1, 7.

Butte Daily Post. 7 August 1929.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary MacLane, Former Fergus Falls Writer, Dies." 7 August 1929, p 1.

Montana Standard. 7 August 1929, pp 1-2.

Chicago Daily Tribune. 8 August 1929, pp 1, 3. (With back-page publicity still from Men Who Have Made Love to Me.)

Detroit News. 8 August 1929.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "Mary McLane [sic] is to be Buried in Fergus Falls." 8 August 1929, p 1.

New York Times. "The Paths of Glory." 8 August 1929, p 24. (Obituary editorial.)

New York Times. "Mary MacLane, Author, Found Dead." 8 August 1929, p 25.

United Press International. "Dies as `Gods' Fade - Lovely Pagan Mary MacLane, Who Wrote of Men and Passion, Finds her `Damning Tomorrow.'" 8 August 1929. (Clipping, apparently from a Chicago newspaper, reproduced in Mattern p 62.)

Chicago Daily Tribune. 9 August 1929, p 24.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. 9 August 1929.

Montana Standard. 9 August 1929.

New York Times. "To Bury Mary MacLane ." 9 August 1929, p 17.

Chicago Daily Tribune. 11 August 1929, p 18. (With back-page photo of MacLane's brother James and their mother at the funeral service.)

New York Times. "Mary MacLane's Funeral Today." 11 August 1929, p 27.

New York Times. "Simple Services for Mary MacLane." 12 August 1929, p 19.

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. 14 August 1929.

Time Magazine. 19 August 1929, p 53.

The Chicagoan. 31 August 1929. (Untitled obituary editorial; clipping in Newberry collection.)

Miscellany

Great Falls Tribune. (Article on MacLane's father, James W. MacLane.) 1 June 1889.

Fergus Falls Journal. (Obituary of James W. MacLane.) 1 August 1889.

Fergus Falls Weekly. (Obituary of James W. MacLane.) 1 August 1889.

Fergus Falls Weekly. "As Ever Sadie." (Undated obituary of James W. MacLane. Mentioned by Lipson p 7.)

Who's Who in America. MacLane's first entry appears in the 1902 edition; it was reprinted and updated irregularly thereafter until her death. (A summary entry appears in Who was Who in America, A.N. Marquis & Co., Chicago, 1943, vol. 1, p 764.)

Weber, Joseph and Lew Fields. The Story of Mary McPaine. (Vaudeville parody of The Story; held the stage for several years at New York's Broadway Music Hall. Script not yet located.)

Life Magazine. "Intensity." Cartoon caricature of MacLane from the mid-1900S. (Undated photocopy in the editor's collection.)

The American Mercury. August 1925, "Notes and Queries" department. (Letter from a reader.)

Fergus Falls Daily Journal. "`Flatboat' McLane [sic] Plied the Red." 25 June 1972. (Article on James W. MacLane's role in the early development of Minnesota.)

Lipson, Phil. "Mary MacLane Bibliography." Seattle, 1970s. (Unpublished.)

McAllister, Ada. Abandoning Mary. Unpublished play based on MacLane's life 1890s-1910. Written late 1980s, produced irregularly thereafter. (Copy in Butte-Silver Bow Public Library collection.)