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Harry Stephen Keeler papers, 1929-1980

Series IV: Manuscripts by Harry Stephen Keeler

Manuscripts noted as being "published in Spain" were only published in Spain.

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Box 6 Unidentified and Miscellaneous Manuscripts


Box 6 The affair of the bottled deuce



Box 7 The African chief murder



Box 8 Ahem, folks!

Printed copy.


Box 8 The amazing web

Printed copy.


Box 8 The Arabian nights of 1919

Printed copy.


Box 8 The Arabian nights of 1920


Box 8 The blue spectacles

Printed copy.


Box 8 Breakfast at the Warings



Box 9 The case of the crazy corpse



Box 9A The case of the flying hands


Box 9A The case of the murdered mathematician



Box 10 The case of the transparent nude


Box 10 The charlatan



Box 11 The chest with the copper nails



Box 12 The Chinese ticket murder


Box 12 The Chink: a story of Limehouse. By Thomas Rourke

Printed copy.


Box 12 The circus stealers



Box 13 The clash of identities

Printed copy.


Box 13 Concerning chapter curtains

Printed copy.


Box 13 A copy of Beowulf

Published in Spain.


Box 13 The crimson cube

Published in Spain.


Box 13 The debut of Soapy Mulligan


Box 13 The design and calculation of a 36OK.W.-D.C. generator. (Armour Institute of Technology: Engineering laboratory report)


Box 13 Dinner at the Bascombs (The adventure of the Cordova necklace)



Box 14 The enigma of Blackborough Boulevard


Box 14 Execution Not Deferred


Box 14 The five silver Buddhas (Shaped in Chicago)


Box 14 The Flyer hold up

Printed copy.


Box 14 The gallows waits, my Lord!


Box 14 The gate of the 9 hairpins



Box 15 The giant moth


Box 15 "Goodbye, Coppers!"


Box 15 "Hand me that scalpel, nurse!"


Box 15 Hangman's nights

Published in Spain.


Box 15 How to write booklength mystery stories



Flatbox 289 Hyer Hold Up



Box 15 I killed Lincoln at 10:13

Published in Spain.


Box 15 Impressions of hashees drunk in retrospect written day after, with effects still somewhat on:



Box 16 The Jaarvik case

Published in Spain.


Box 16 John Chinaman and his white love life. By Charles Boinsburg.

Printed copy.


Box 16 Keeler's amazing web of mystery plotting


Box 16 The Keyhole

ed. By Keeler.


Box 16 Killer



Box 17 The man who changed his skin

Published in Spain.


Box 17 The mechanics (and kinematics) of web-work plot construction

Printed copy.


Box 17 The miracle agent


Box 17 Mitzi

Playscript



Box 18 The murder of Reno Kate



Box 19 My "millon dollar" plot inventing secret!

Printed copy.


Box 19 My most valuable plot secret

Printed copy.


Box 19 The mysterious card



Box 20 The mysterious ivory ball of Wong Shing Li

Published in Spain.


Box 20 The mystery of the 33 stolen idiots. By A.Worth.

Printed copy.


Box 20 Notebooks, 9 Volumes



Box 21 "Ol' dayvil plot!"


Box 21 The photo of Lady X


Box 21 The purple room


Box 21 Quilligan and the magic coin


Box 21 Report on Vanessa Hewstone



Box 22 The riddle of the wooden parrakeet



Box 23 The S - - - - - V - - - - -



Box 24 The scarlet mummy



Box 25 The scarlet mummy



Box 26 The services of an expert

Playscript.


Box 26 The sign of the crossed leaves



Box 27 The six from nowhere


Box 27 The stolen gravestone



Box 28 Strange journey



Box 29 The strange killing of Ithiel O'se Ven


Box 29 The strange murder of London Lew


Box 29 The strange will



Box 30 The straw hat murders


Box 30 The street of a thousand eyes

Published in Spain.



Box 31 The 13 from nowhere


Box 31 Those 7 original plots


Box 31 The trap



Box 32 28 suspects


Box 32 A valuable tip

Printed copy.


Box 32 The white circle