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Corra Harris and the Divided Mind of the New
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Catherine Oglesby

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Abbreviations

  • CCAJ

    “Candlelit” column in Atlanta Journal

  • CHC

    Corra Harris Collection. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Library, Athens

  • LHJ

    Ladies Home Journal

  • SEP

    Saturday Evening Post

Books by Corra White Harris

As a Woman Thinks. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1925. Serial in SEP, August 15, 22, 29, September 5, 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 1925.

A Circuit Rider's Widow. Garden City, N.J.: Grosset and Dunlap, 1916. Serial in SEP, September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, October 7, 14, 21, 1916.

A Circuit Rider's Wife. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1998, 1988, 1933, 1910. Serial in SEP, January 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26, 1910.

Co-Citizens. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1915.

A Daughter of Adam. New York: George H. Doran, 1923.

Eve's Second Husband. Philadelphia: Henry Altemus Company, 1911. Serial in SEP, December 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1910, January 7, 14, 21, 1911.

The Eyes of Love. New York: George H. Doran, 1922.

Flapper Ann. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1926. Serial in LHJ, September, October, November, December 1925.

From Sun-up to Sun-down. With Faith Harris Leech. Garden City, N.J.: Grosset and Dunlap, 1919. Serial in Country Gentleman, March 16, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 20, May 4, 18, August 31, September 21, October 12, November 9, 1918.

Happily Married. New York: George H. Doran, 1920.

The Happy Pilgrimage. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1927. Serial in SEP, December 4, 11, 18, 25, 1926, January 1, 8, 15, 29, 1927.

House of Helen. New York: George H. Doran, 1923.

In Search of a Husband. Toronto: Copp Clark, 1995, 1919.

The Jessica Letters. With Paul Elmer More. New York: Putnam, 1904. Serial in The Critic, October, November, December 1903, February, April 1904.

Justice. New York: Hearst International Library, 1915.

Making Her His Wife. Garden City, N.J.: Doubleday, Page, 1918.

My Book and Heart. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924. Serial in SEP, September 1, 8, 15, 22, October 6, 13, 20, 27, 1923.

(p.228) My Son. New York: George H. Doran, 1921. Serial in Pictorial Review, December 11, 18, 25, 1920, January 1, 8, 1921.

The Recording Angel. Garden City, N.J.: Doubleday, Page, 1926, 1912. Serial in SEP, February 17, 24, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1912.

A Town That Became a University. Winter Park, Fla.: Privately printed, 1930.

Articles and Stories by Corra White Harris

Newspaper clippings were photocopied from the CHC. All newspaper clippings in this collection can be found in boxes 108–112. In some cases, the person photocopying noted the particular box and folder. In others they noted only the date.

“The Abomination of Cities.” Independent, January 26, 1914, 129–31.

“Address at Rich's.” Unpublished speech, n.d. but likely 1934, box 98, folders 1, 14, CHC.

“The Advance of Civilization in Fiction.” Independent, November 19, 1908, 1166–72.

“Advice to Literary Aspirants.” Independent, January 10, 1907, 79–84.

“Alone with God.” CCAJ, July 3, 1932.

“Authors and Their Works.” Unpublished manuscript, n.d., box 98, folder 2, CHC. “Autobiography of a Mother-in-Law.” SEP, March 8, 1913, 8–10, 45.

“Bartow.” CCAJ, July 27, 1932.

“Be Sweet, Clever Maid.” Independent, May 11, 1911, 1007–9.

“Black and White.” SEP, November 21, 1930, 100–102.

“The Bonneted Hornets.” LHJ, October 1923, 18, 134–35.

“A Change for the Better.” SEP, September 12, 1931, 25, 63.

“The Cheerful Life in the South.” Independent, July 20, 1905, 137–39.

“Communion of Saints.” CCAJ, August 13, 1933.

“Concerning Widows, or How to Be a Widow.” LHJ, September 1920, 13, 64.

“The Confederate Veteran.” Independent, October 23, 1901, 2357–58.

“Corra Harris Addresses Club Women on ‘Woman of Yesterday at the Biennial in New York.’” Atlanta Constitution, n.d., box 110, folder 30, CHC.

“Corra Harris Discusses Writers.” Atlanta Journal, March 31, 1929.

“Critics.” CCAJ, September 18, 1932.

“Critics and Cavaliers in Literature.” CCAJ, November 22, 1933.

“Demobilizing the American Women.” SEP, April 26, 1919, 9, 127–34.

“Discussion on Evil.” Typed transcript, box 98, folder 4, CHC.

“Doubtful Heroines and Morbid Egotists.” CCAJ, November 18, 1934.

“Do Women Miss Happiness? Modern Life as Seen through Grandmother's Eyes.” Evening Standard, December 5, 1928.

“Early Recollections of Mortality.” Notebook, CHC.

“Editors.” Atlanta Journal, February 10, 1933.

“An Eruption of Saints.” CCAJ, October 7, 1932.

“Faith in This World.” CCAJ, June 3, 1932.

“Fashions Founded on Diet.” CCAJ, November 15, 1933.

“Fashions in Fiction.” Independent, June 22, 1905, 1407–11.

“Favorite Sons.” CCAJ, May 4, 1932.

“The Feminine Vocabulary.” CCAJ, April 3, 1932.

(p.229) “Fiction, North and South.” The Critic, September 1903, 273–75.

“Flickering Reflections.” CCAJ, December 10, 1933.

“A Foreigner in the Kingdom of Heaven.” CCAJ, August 26, 1934.

“From the Peace Zone in the Valley.” Independent, May 3, 1915, 190–92.

“The Generations of the Earth.” CCAJ, May 13, 1934.

“A Good and Glorious Poverty.” CCAJ, May 22, 1932.

“The Great Kinship.” Independent, April 23, 1908, 899–900.

“Half a Day in a Perfect Life.” CCAJ, October 17, 1934.

“The Happy Day.” LHJ, July 1925, 27, 78.

“The Happy Woman: Does the Dynamic Marvel of Today Gain Peace or Regret?” LHJ, November 1923, 33, 57.

“He Restoreth My Soul.” CCAJ, July 23, 1933.

“Her Last Affair.” SEP, September 1, 1917, 16–18, 57.

“Heroes and Heroines in Fiction.” Independent, September 3, 1903, 2111–15.

“Hindering the Children.” Independent, March 12, 1908, 582–83.

“How New York Appears to a Southern Woman.” Independent, June 13, 1907, 1400– 1402.

“How Old?” CCAJ, February 24, 1933.

“How to Escape the Sense of Time.” CCAJ, January 3, 1932.

“Ideal Husband.” Harper's Weekly, September 17, 1913.

“If You Must Come to New York.” Independent, April 5, 1914, 29–32.

“In the Valley.” Independent, July 24, 1916, 123–24.

“Jeff.” Independent, September 26, 1912, 715–22.

“June Brides.” Independent, June 5, 1916, 377.

“Letters of an Accomplished Lady.” June 12, 1928. Unpublished manuscript, CHC.

“Letter to a Beloved Atheist.” CCAJ, May 28, 1933.

“Letter to Home on Religion.” Unpublished manuscript, box 55, folder 3, CHC.

“Letter to the Editor.” Independent, July 18, 1912, 147–49.

“Let Us Pray.” CCAJ, June 3, 1932.

“The Literary Spectrum of New York: New York as Seen from the Valley.” Independent, March 30, 1914, 441–43.

“Little Children … Love One Another.” CCAJ, September 9, 1934.

“Maneuvering toward the Kingdom of Heaven.” CCAJ, November 10, 1933.

“A Man's Relation to the Two Sexes.” Independent, May 26, 1904, 1188–90.

“Marriage—New Profession or Old Miracle?” Independent, February 16, 1914, 234–35.

“Marrying Off the American Army.” Independent, February 22, 1919, 260–61.

“Mature and Amateur Writers.” CCAJ, July 13, 1932.

“Memories of an Early Girlhood.” Independent, May 7, 1903, 1071–75. “Men.” CCAJ, November 29, 1931.

“Men and Women—And the Woman Question.” Independent, February 2, 1914, 164–65.

“The Methodist Conference as Viewed by Corra Harris.” Atlanta Constitution, May 19, 1918.

“The Migration of Women.” Typescript, n.d., box 78, folder 23, CHC.

(p.230) “Miracles.” CCAJ, October 16, 1932.

“The Monstrous Altruism.” Independent, October 4, 1906, 788–98.

“Mrs. Corra Harris Discusses the Defeatt [sic] of the Anthony Amendment.” Montgomery, Alabama, February 17, 1919.

“Mrs. Harris Off to Farm.” Evening Post, March 14, 1914, box 110, 31, CHC.

“The Negro Child.” Independent, October 26, 1899, 2884–86.

“Negro Womanhood.” Independent, June 22, 1899, 1687–89.

“Neurotic Symptoms in Recent Fiction.” Independent, November 19, 1903, 2725–28.

“The New Militants.” SEP, November 21, 1914, 3–5, 87.

“New Pigeon Holes for Novels.” Independent, February 13, 1902, 94–96.

“New York as Seen from a Georgia Valley.” Independent, January 19, 1914, 97–99.

“North and South: The Difference.” Independent, June 15, 1905, 1348–50.

“Notes about Women.” Unpublished manuscript, box 79, folder 11, CHC.

“Not to See through a Glass Darkly.” CCAJ, November 26, 1933.

“Novels and Novelists.” Independent, November 17, 1904, 1131–39.

“Obsolete Womanhood.” SEP, August 24, 1929, 6–7, 98–101.

“The Oldest Altar.” CCAJ, December 15, 1933.

“Old Texts Tried.” CCAJ, August 20, 1933.

“On Coming of Age.” CCAJ, January 22, 1932.

“On Lecturing on Evil to College Students: Corra Harris Describing Her Novel Experiment at Rollins University, Gives Sex a Minor Role in Dark Drama.” New York Evening Post, February 22, 1930.

“On Meeting a Princess.” CCAJ, February 26, 1933.

“On the Management of a Husband.” LHJ, March 1925, 30.

“On the Use of Enemies.” CCAJ, March 4, 1932.

“Oratorical Faith.” CCAJ, January 28, 1934.

“The Other Forgotten Man.” CCAJ, October 28, 1932.

“Our Novelists.” Independent, November 16, 1905, 1171–75.

“Out of Balance.” CCAJ, January 8, 1933.

“Parents and Children, Yesterday and Today.” SEP, May 28, 1932, 24–25, 50.

“The Passing of Uncle Remus.” Independent, July 23, 1908, 190–92.

“Patriotic Criticism in the South.” The Critic, June 1904, 548–50.

“The Pendergrass Sanitarium for Curables.” SEP, March 26, 1910, 9–11, 57.

“A Perfect Life.” CCAJ, October 19, 1934.

“The Pharisee's Lament.” SEP, December 19, 1931, 32, 83.

“Politics and Prayers in the Valley.” Independent, July 31, 1916, 155–56.

“Posy.” Independent, March 8, 1900, 594–96.

“Price of Suffrage for American Women.” SEP, October 23, 1909, 10–11, 56.

“The Q.E.D. of Sentimentality.” CCAJ, August 17, 1934.

“Reflections Upon Old Bachelors in New England.” Independent, December 29, 1904, 1492–94.

“Religion for Secular Souls.” CCAJ, June 24, 1934.

“A Retired Methodist.” CCAJ, December 4, 1931.

(p.231) “Revival of the Negro in Southern Literature.” Unpublished manuscript, box 81, folder 3, CHC.

“The Rise and Fall of Popular Novels during 1906.” Independent, March 7, 1907, 544– 46.

“Robin Hood Roosevelt.” Typescript, box 81, folder 16, CHC.

“Running a Welfare Racket.” Typescript, box 81, folder 7, CHC.

“The Scarlet Flower.” Metropolitan, June 1914, 10–12, 58–60.

“The Secret Marriage.” Independent, June 5, 1920, 311, 342.

“The Serpent and the Woman in Fiction.” Independent, December 7, 1905, 1332–33.

“Sober Reflections.” CCAJ, October 12, 1934.

“Sob Sister Citizens.” LHJ, February 1925, 29, 105.

“The South.” Forum, February 1928, 177–80.

“Southern Tribute to Women of Yesterday.” Birmingham, Alabama, newspaper, box 110, folder 30, CHC.

“The Southern White Woman.” Independent, February 15, 1900, 430–32.

“A Southern Woman Author: Mrs. Corra Harris on the Problems of Her Sex.” The Sun, June 3, 1911.

“A Southern Woman's View.” Independent, May 18, 1899, 1354–55.

“A Southern Woman's View of Southern Women.” Independent, April 17, 1902, 922–24.

“Southern Writers.” The Critic, September 1905, 644–50.

“The South's Way.” Independent, November 26, 1908, 1274–77.

“Spiritual Inebriates.” CCAJ, September 16, 1932.

“Spiritual Speed.” CCAJ, June 26, 1932.

“Spring Days in the Valley.” Independent, May 8, 1920, 200.

“The Streets of the City.” Independent, March 2, 1914, 306–8.

“Success.” CCAJ, May 19, 1933.

“Suffrage Means That Woman Will Have the Right and the Awful Responsibility of Becoming a Partner in Life with Man.” Evening Sun, September 25, 1915.

“Superwoman.” Independent, February 21, 1907, 426–28.

“Sweetness and Light.” CCAJ, May 26, 1933.

“The Synthetic Girl.” LHJ, April 1928, 36–37, 73.

“Taking Over Our Problems.” SEP, May 31, 1919, 10–11, 141–44.

“These Husbands.” LHJ, June, 1925, 27, 84, 87.

“To License Novelists.” Independent, November 14, 1907, 1247–50.

“To Restore Poverty's Good Name.” CCAJ, December 12, 1934.

“Turkey Trot.” SEP, June 14, 1913, 10–11, 49.

“The Unknown Great American Woman: Not a Singer, Nor a Writer, Nor a Musician, But a Simple Back-Country Mother.” LHJ, January 1923, 25.

“Upton Sinclair and Helicon Hall.” Independent, March 28, 1907, 711–13.

“The Valley—After New York.” Independent, July 13, 1914, 63–65.

“The Walking Delegate Novelist.” Independent, May 24, 1906, 1213–16.

“War and Brides in June.” Independent, June 21, 1915, 506.

“War Time in the Valley.” Independent, December 8, 1917, 471.

(p.232) “Was Eve a Feminist?” Independent, March 8, 1919, 338.

“What Are We Fighting For.” Independent, June 29, 1918, 502, 517–19.

“What Marriage Was and What It Is Not.” Pictorial Review, January, 1923, 2.

“What Men Know about Women.” Independent, March 13, 1916, 379.

“What Religion Means to Me.” CCAJ, December 6, 1933.

“What Shall It Profit a Man.” CCAJ, March 27, 1932.

“The White Man in the South.” Independent, December 28, 1899, 3475–77.

“Who's Who—And Why: Serious and Frivolous Facts about the Great and the Near Great, Corra Harris Herself—by Herself.” SEP, July 28, 1917, 23–24, 43.

“Why the [Single Woman's] ‘Problem’ Exists.” American Magazine, August 1906, 426–27.

“The Widow Ambrose.” LHJ, August 1920, 7–9, 151–52.

“Wife Often to Blame If Husband Is Unfaithful.” Omaha Daily News, March 14, 1914.

“The Willipus-Wallipus in Tennessee Politics.” Independent, February 25, 1909, 622–26.

“A Woman's Relation to the Two Sexes.” Independent, April 21, 1904, 906–8.

“A Woman Who Likes Growing Old.” Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer, March 21, 1929.

“A Woman Takes a Look at Politics.” SEP, June 13, 1931.

“Women Again.” CCAJ, December 20, 1931.

“The Women and the Future.” Independent, May 14, 1908, 1090–92.

“Women Are Not Domestic.” Louisville Courier, November 2, 1913.

“The Women of France.” SEP, December 12, 1914, 11–12, 34–35.

“Writing and Living.” CCAJ, April 7, 1933.

“The Year's Curriculum in Fiction.” Independent, November 11, 1909, 1149–54.

“Yeast-Stirrers in New York City.” Independent, April 18, 1907, 891–93.

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