Illinois State Library

Illinois Center for the Book

Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Mary Tracy Earle  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult; Young Adult;

Born: 1864

-- Mary Tracy Earle on WorldCat --

Illinois Connection

The Author was the first writer in Illinois to flourish in the New York publishing world and wrote many serialized short stories for Harper's Magazine.

Biographical and Professional Information

Ms. Earle was the grandaughter of nationally known abolitionist, temperance, and suffragist Mary Tracy Cutler who worked with such better known 19th century figures as William Lloyd Garrison and Sojuner Truth.

Selected Titles At Your Library

Man who worked for collister.
ISBN: 1290221715. OCLC Number: 940508458

Hardpress Publishing,. .

The flag on the hilltop
ISBN: 9780809387786. OCLC Number: 859687776

Southern Illinois University Press,. .

Mary Tracy Earle occupies an unusual place among southern Illinois fiction writers: the descendent of a family that helped shape the region, she left her hometown of Cobden and made her way to New York City where she published two novels and saw her short stories printed in the best magazines of the day-including The Saturday Evening Post, Harper's, and The Atlantic Monthly. She succeeded so well at her craft that she is still identified in some literary histories as a New York writer--A phenomenon that may help to explain why she is not particularly well known in her native area.

The man who worked for Collister.
ISBN: 0836931947. OCLC Number: 48256

Books for Libraries Press. .

Through old rose glasses, and other stories.
ISBN: 1154871908. OCLC Number: 935204194

Rarebooksclub Com,. .

Through old rose glasses, and other stories.
ISBN: 1290132151. OCLC Number: 940485286

Hardpress Publishing,. .