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Bolton Hall: Chronological Bibliography.

  • Bolton Hall, “The Effect of Taxation on Pauperism,” The Charities Review 1, no. 3 (January 1892): 115-121.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Taxation of Farmers,” The Christian Union 46, no. 26 (December 24, 1892): 1250.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Growth of Socialism,” The Christian Union 47, no. 22 (June 3, 1893): 1067.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Disease of Charity,” The American Journal of Politics 4, no. 3 (March 1894): 225-232.
  • Bolton Hall, “Lying as a Devotion,” The Conservator 5, no. 2 (April 1894): 21.
  • Bolton Hall, “Happiness and Aggression,” Liberty 11, no. 20 (February 8, 1896): 6.
  • "Single Tax and Land Improvement." Liberty. New York: May 30, 1896. 12, 2; p. 7.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Tree of Equity,” The Arena 16, no. 80 (July 1896): 207.
  • "Letter 7 -- No Title." Forest and Stream. New York: July 4,1896. XLVIL., 1; p. 9.
  • Bolton Hall, “Vacant-Lot Farming,” The Outlook 54, no. 13 (September 26, 1898): 578.
  • Bolton Hall, “The New Charity,” The Arena 16, no. 84 (November 1896): 970-973.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Social Arrangement,” The San Jose Letter 4, No. 26 (November 28 1896): 7.
  • Bolton Hall, “Tolstoi's Ideal of the True Life,” The Outlook 54, no. 24 (December 12, 1896): 1099.
  • Bolton Hall, “Their Works do Follow Them,” The Outlook 57, no. 5 (October 2, 1897): 332.
  • Bolton Hall, “Failures of the Ages,” Mind 1, no. 3 (December 1897): 176.
  • "The Seed Of Life." New York Evangelist. New York: Dec 30,1897. 68, 52; p.11.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Joy of the Working,” The Outlook 58, no. 2 (January 8, 1898): 127.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Natural Bent,” Mind 2, no. 3 (June 1898): 143.
  • Bolton Hall, “Declaration of Children's Independence,” The Outlook 59, no. 7 (June 18, 1898): 431.
  • Bolton Hall, “Rise and Progress of a Soul,” Mind 2, no. 6 (September 1898): 327.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Servant Class on the Farm and in the Slums,” The Arena 20, no. 3 (September 1898): 373-377.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Masque of Life,” The Outlook 60, no. 7 (October 15, 1898): 441-442.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Celestial Conversation,” The Public 1, no. 33 (November 19, 1898): 11-12.
  • Bolton Hall, “Cabled from Portugal,” The Public 1, no. 37 (December 17, 1898): 13.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Lords of the Air,” The Arena 21, no. 3 (March 1899): 293-295.
  • Bolton Hall, “Remedial Measures,” The Public 1, no. 51 (March 25, 1899): 12.
  • Bolton Hall, “Separate From SinnersThe Public 1, no. 52 (April 1, 1899): 9.
  • Bolton Hall, “Seen from Above,” Mind 4, no. 6 (September 1899): 368.
  • Bolton Hall, “How 'Progress' Stopped,” The Arena 22, no. 4 (October 1899): 530-535.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Land and the Mind,” Mind 5, no. 1 (October 1899): 30-33.
  • "The Progressive Second Hand." Outlook. New York: Mar 10,1900. 64, 10; p. 592.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Vision of Mercy,” Mind 7, no. 1 (October 1900).
  • "On The Stoa Of The Twentieth Century.—The Land Question And Economic Progress." The Arena. Boston: Dec 1900. XXIV., 6.; p. 645.
  • Bolton Hall, "The Good of Evil," in International Metaphysical League, Proceedings of the 2d Annual Convention, Held at New York, N.Y., October 23-26, 1900 (Boston: International Metaphysical League, 1901): 131-136.
  • "An Humble Mission." The Independent. New York: Mar 28, 1901. 53, 2730; p. 727.
  • "Fables.; Prosperity. A Conservative. A Subject for "The Human Improvement Society"." The Fruits of Unearned Wealth. A Sullen Child. Apples of Sodom. The Soul's Hunger." The Independent. New York. Apr 25,1901. 53, 2734; p. 950.
  • Bolton Hall, “Apples of Sodom,” The Independent 53, no. 2734 (April 25, 1901): 951.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Conservative,” The Independent 53, no. 2734 (April 25, 1901): 950.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Fruits of Unearned Wealth,” The Independent 53, no. 2734 (April 25, 1901): 950-951.
  • Bolton Hall, “Prosperity,” The Independent 53, no. 2734 (April 25, 1901): 950.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Subject for ‘The Human Improvement Society’,” The Independent 53, no. 2734 (April 25, 1901): 950.
  • "The Soon-er and the Man from Yes-ter-day." Life. New York: July 4,1901. 38, 974; p. 3.
  • The Sins of the Fathers. Life. New York: Ju118,1901. 38, 976; p. 43
  • Bolton Hall, “The Fond Father,” Life 38, no. 977 (July 25, 1901): 68.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Gospel Of Wealth,” Life 38, no. 978 (August 1, 1901): 85.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Gospel Of Wealth,” The Independent 53, no. 2749 (August 8, 1901): 1869.
  • Bolton Hall, “The Gospel Of Wealth,” The Public 4, no. 185 (October 19, 1901): 442-443.
  • Bolton Hall, Louis F. Post, and Jackson H. Ralston, “The Trust and the Single Tax,” The Arena 26, no. 4 (October 1901): 363-372.The Ultimate Basis Of All Monopoly
  • Bolton Hall, “Academic Teaching,” Life 38, no. 991 (October 31, 1901): 343.
  • Fables; The Workingman and the Thinkingman The Independent. New York: Jan 2, 1902. 54, 2770; p. 37
  • The Remedy of Publicity. Life. New York: Feb 6,1902. 39, 1006; p.105
  • "Why I Am Opposed To Imperialism." The Arena. Boston: July 1902. XXVI11., 1; p. 3.
  • "Fables, Thought for the Morrow " The Independent. New York: July 10,1902. 54, 2797; p.1655.
  • A Fatal Objection. Life. New York: Aug 28,1902. 40, 1035; p.179 t9 -
  • Concerning Medicine. Life. New York: Sep 4,1902. 40, 1036; p.199 t9 -
  • "Nothing to Arbitrate." Life. New York: Dec 18,1902. 40, 1051; p. 527
  • "The Great Coal Strike And Its Lessons.; I. The Industrial Battle And The Public. II. Our Real Masters. III. Still A Democracy. IV. The Strike And The Consumer. V. Violence And Arbitration." The Arena. Boston: Jan 1903. XXIX., 1.; p. 1.
  • "Fables; The Criminal Type of Peach." The Independent. New York: Mar 26, 1903. 55, 2834; p. 730.
  • "The Greatest of These." Life. New York: Jun 4,1903. 41,1075; p. 515.
  • "A Mysterious Providence." Life. New York: Jun 25,1903. 41, 1078; p. 596.
  • "The Art of Arts." Life. New York: Aug 13, 1903. 42, 1085; p.165.
  • "Fables; After Its Kind." The Independent. New York: Nov 19,1903. 55, 2868; p. 2755.
  • "A Letter to a Chaperon." Life. New York: Mar 24,1904. 43, 1117; p. 287.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Dollar Reason,” Life 43, no. 1119 (April 7, 1904): 330.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Dollar Reason,” The Public 7, no. 316 (April 23, 1904): 42.
  • "Why a Rise in Rent Forces Wages Up." Gunton's Magazine. New York: Jun 1904. p. 556.
  • "'Moonblight': Appreciations And Criticisms." The Arena. Boston: July 1904. XXXll, No.176; p. 67.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Reformer's Sympathies,” The Public 7, no. 351 (December 24, 1904): 603.
  • Bolton Hall, “School Gardens as Object Lessons,” The Public 7, no. 362 (March 11, 1905): 783.
  • "As We Pass: A Fable." The Independent. New York: Oct 26, 1905. 59, 2969; p. 980.
  • Bolton Hall. "Sainted Money." The Arena. XXXIV, 192 (November, 1905) 575.
  • "The Ideals." Life. New York: Nov 16,1905. 46, 1203; p. 587.
  • "Caw or Coo." The Independent. New York: Nov 23,1905. 59, 2973; p.1226
  • Pneumoniacs. Life. New York: Dec 28,1905. 46,1209; p. 808
  • The Rat Family The Independent. New York: Dec 28,1905. 59, 2978; p.1534
  • Bolton Hall. "Vacant Lot Cultivation." Social Progress. Josiah Strong, ed. New York: Baker and Taylor, 1906. 288-289.
  • Bolton Hall, “And You?,” Mother Earth 1, no. 1 (March 1906): 3.
  • Bolton Hall, “A Fable for Workingmen,” To-Morrow 2, no. 7 (July 1906): 67.
  • On Government Life. New York: Jul 5,1906. 48,1236; p. 814
  • Loving Kindness The Independent. New York: Nov 22,1906. 61, 3025; p.1228
  • Bolton Hall, “The Ones Interested,” Mother Earth 1, no. 10 (December 1906): 5.
  • The Pacemakers The Independent. New York: Dec 20,1906. 61, 3029; p.1490
  • Skilled Artisans The Independent. New York: Jan 10,1907. 62, 3032; p. 78
  • A LEGEND OF IRELAND.; WITH APOLOGIES TO SHAMUS MCMANUS. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Feb 6,1907. 61,1562; p. 0_3
  • To Heaven by Private Car The Independent. New York: Feb 7,1907. 62, 3036; p. 322 1 -
  • THE REDEMPTION. The Arena (1889-1909). Boston: Mar 1907. 87, NO. 208; p.255.
  • RELIEVING THE POOR. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Mar 6,1907. 61, 1566; p. 0_6
  • KEPT OFF THE GRASS. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Mar 20,1907. 61,1568; p. 0_5
  • Bolton Hall, “Emerson the Anarchist,” The Arena 37, no. 209 (April 1907): 400-404.
  • Respectability's Complaint
  • THE ART OF EXAMINATION.; SUGGESTED BY A POPULAR MURDER TRIAL. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Apr 17,1907. 61, 1572; p. 0_7
  • TRIALS OF THE UNEMPLOYED. Puck (1877-1918). New York: May1907. 61, 1576; p. 0_3 '9 -
  • THE FAULTFINDER St. Nicholas; an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks (1873-1907). New York: May 1907. 34, 7; p. 608
  • THE LOST MONEY St. Nicholas; an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks (1873-1907). New York: Jun 1907. 34, 8; p. 736 - a
  • Bolton Hall, “The Troubles of the Porcupine and Other Fables,” St. Nicholas 34, no. 11 (September 1907): 1020-1021.
  • "THE "NAUGHTY" BABY." St. Nicholas; an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks (1873-1907). New York: Oct 1907. 34, 12; p.1115
  • The Natural Result Life. New York: Nov 7,1907. 50, 1306; p. 547
  • Bolton Hall, “What My Char-Woman Said to Me,” The Arena 39, no. 218 (January 1908): 68.
  • FISH, DUCKS, VEGETABLES, AND BABIES Outlook . New York: Feb 29,1908. 88, 9; p. 518
  • Additional Points on Thrift; After Hearing a Lecture to East Side Women on Economical Housekeeping Life. New York: Mar 5,1908. 51,1323; p. 254
  • Education by Assault and Battery. The Arena, Vol. 39, No. 223 (June, 1908) 766-767.
  • IN THE BLOOD. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Jun 3,1908. 63,1631; p. 0_7 The Pond Lily The Independent. New York: Jun 18,1908. 64, 3107; p.1377 One With God The Independent. New York: Ju116,1908. 65, 3111; p.140 1 -
  • The Rightfulness of Happiness; LOVE IS OF GOD. The Independent. New York: Nov 5,1908. 65, 3127; p.1039.
  • Bolton Hall, “Unsuccessful Diagnosis,” Life 52, no. 1359 (November 12, 1908): 527.
  • "Kiss Money." Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Philadelphia: Mar 1909. 83,495; p. 371.
  • Kiss Money Life. New York: Mar 25,1909. 53, 1378; p. 419
  • THE STAIRS OF LIFE Outlook . New York: Apr 10,1909. 91, 15; p. 840
  • "The Standards of Animals." The Independent. New York: July 15, 1909. 67, 3163. p. 135.
  • "The Way of Wisdom." The Independent. New York: October 14, 1909. 67, 3178. p. 872.
  • "How Hardly Shall a Rich Man." The Independent. New York: Oct 28,1909. 67, 3178; p. 978
  • Giving And Getting. Forum (1886-1930). New York: Nov 1909. p. 453 (8 pages)
  • The Fruit of Their Way The Independent. New York: Nov 25,1909. 67, 3182; p.1181
  • Ways Of The Hour; Rich And Poor Dependents Lippincott's Monthly Magazine (1886-1915). Philadelphia: Mar 1910. 85, 507; p. 379
  • At the School of Philanthropy Life. New York: Nov 17,1910. 56, 1464; p. 859
  • Bolton Hall, “Leaven: A Parable,” Twentieth Century Magazine 3, no. 15 (December 1910): 244.
  • Hire Education Life. New York: Dec 1,1910. 56,1466; p. 984 1 -
  • Like Other Birds Lippincott's Monthly Magazine (1886-1915). Philadelphia: Sep 1911. 88, 525; p. 448
  • A Novel Land Scheme The Independent. New York: Sep 28,1911. 71, 3278; p. 692 1 -
  • BACK TO THE LAND. Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Philadelphia: Nov 1911. 88, 527; p. 754
  • Free Acres Village; For Arts and Crafts Workers and Others The Method. Amusements. Health (1900-1913). New York: Mar 1913. 63, 4; p. 35 - .
  • Single Tax in a Nut-Shell Health (1900-1913). New York: Aug 1913. 63, 8; p. 155 - .
  • Bolton Hall, “Book Review of 'Individualism' by Professor Warner Fite,” The New Freewoman 1, no. 6 (September 1, 1913): 117-118.
  • Bolton Hall, “Graveyard Fruit,” The New Freewoman 1, no. 10 (November 1, 1913): 195-196.
  • Bolton Hall, “The God of Evil,” The American Theosophist 15, no. ?? (1914?): 712-714. [originally published as "The Good of Evil."
  • The Epidemic of Law - The Egoist 1, 1 (Jan. 1, 1914). 19.
  • Bolton Hall, “And You?,” The Public 17, no. 841 (May 15, 1914): 473.
  • THE SOCIETY WORKER Forum (1886-1930). New York: Ju11914. Lll; p.124 1 - .
  • The Stubbs Foundation; WHAT SHALL I DO WITH IT? By Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine (1868-1935). San Francisco: Jan 1916. LXVII, No.1; p. 34
  • WAGES VS. CROPS The Independent. New York: Feb 26,1917. 89, 3560; p. 352
  • THE THOUSAND-DOLLAR MANSION Outlook . New York: Dec 18,1918. p. 639 - THRIFT SALARY INCREASE Outlook . New York: Apr 23,1919. p. 706 .
  • A Fable, A Doctors'Trust The Independent. New York: Feb 7,1920. 101, 3708; p. 217
  • Land Lord's Logic The Independent. New York: Feb 21,1920. 101, 3710; p. 291
  • "Don'ts." The Independent. New York: January 1, 1921. 105, 3752; p. 20.
  • "Letter 7—No Title." Forum and Century. New York: October 1934. 92, 4. p. x.

Unsorted / Notes

  • Hall, Bolton. Unemployed Men and Lands. Leniol's Home Review, March, 1897.
  • Vacant Land for the Unemployed. Woman's Journal, Boston, December 19, 1896.
  • Vacant-Lot Farming. The Outlook, September 26, 1896.
  • Hall, Bolton. A Use for Vacant Lots. Golden Rule, September 2, 1897.
  • Amateur Farming. Journal of K. of L., Washington, D. C.
  • Best Way and Little Difficulties between Capital and Labor. Twentieth Century, May 15, 1897.
  • God's Provision for the Unemployed. Volunteer's Gazette, January 18, 1896.
  • Mission of the Potato. Illustrated American, April 11, 1896.
  • Natural Methods of Charity. Donohue's Magazine, Boston, December, 1897.
  • Solution of Tramp Problems. Collins Weekly, April 9, 1896.
  • Factors in American civilization: Studies in applied sociology. By Brooklyn Ethical Association
  • Report of the Joint Committee of the Senate and Assembly Relative to the ... By New York (State). Legislature. Taxation for State and Local Purposes