Will H. Bradley: In His Words

Will Bradley always enjoyed writing, and even attended literature classes at Harvard. Below is a bibliography of his written works, including articles, essays, and childrens’ books.

Articles

‘A Bradley house: the breakfast-room.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 18 (Nov 1901). 7.

‘A Bradley house: the library.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Dec 1901). 17.

‘A Bradley house: the dining-room.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Jan 1902). 11.

‘A Bradley house: the nursery.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Feb 1902). 13.

‘A Bradley house: the reception or living room and the hall.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Mar 1902). 15.

‘A Bradley house: the boudoir.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (May 1902). 13.

‘A Bradley house: a chamber.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Jul 1902). 15.

‘Exterior of the Bradley house, closing the series.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 19 (Aug 1902). 11.

‘The abuse of custom.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 5 ( Jan 1905). 5-29.

‘Advertising display’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no. 4 ( Jun 1905). 5-33.

‘Appropriateness.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 4 (Dec 1904). 5-31.

‘Booklets.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no. 5 ( Jul 1905). 5-21.

‘Business cards.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no. 2 (Apr 1905). 7-32.

‘Cover designs.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no.1 (Mar 1905). 5-33.

‘Detail in type composition.’ American Printer, vol. xli (Dec 1905). 361-365.

‘Directness and simplicity.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 2 (Oct 1904). 3-15.

‘Eighteenth century chap-books and broadsides.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 1 (Sep 1904). 4-16.

‘A quaint little house with a pergola for $3000,’ in: John P. Benson, Will Bradley, Mrs Herbert Elliott, Carl E. Howell, et al, ‘The low-priced house in the country,’ Ladies’ Home Journal (Month? 1908). 21.

‘Printing as a business.’ American Printer, vol. 39 (Jan 1905). 363-370.

‘Title pages.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no. 6 (Aug 1905). 5-33.

‘The use of borders and ornaments.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 3 (Nov 1904). 3-29.

‘The use of brass rule.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 2, no. 3 (May 1905). 5-33.

‘The use of color in printing.’ American Printer, vol. 50 (Jul 1910). 625-628.

‘The use of printing labels in bookbinding.’ Printing Art, (Sep 1904).

‘The value of little things.’ The American Chap-Book, vol. 1, no. 6 (Feb 1905). 3-27.

‘Wayside Press reminiscences.’ Book Club of California Quarterly News-Letter, vol.14, no. 3 (Summer 1949). 51-56.

‘Will Bradley’s ideas for a $1500 house.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 22 (Apr 1905). 25.

‘Will Bradley’s ideas for two houses for less than $2600.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 22 (Jun 1905). 20.

‘Will Bradley’s magazine memories.’ Journal of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, vol. 3, no. 1 (1950). 12-18.

‘Will Bradley’s two ideas for a $1000 house.’ Ladies’ Home Journal, vol. 22 (Feb 1905). 35.

Short Stories

‘Castle perilous.’ Part 1 of 3. Collier’s, vol. 35, (15 Apr 1905). 16-27.

‘Castle perilous.’ Part 2 of 3. Collier’s, vol. 35, (29 Apr 1905). 18-27.

‘Castle perilous.’ Part 3 of 3. Collier’s, vol. 35, (27 May 1905). 19-22.

‘Hans and the hoop of gold; this being the third of the Wonder-Box Stories.’

‘The five golden candlesticks; being the sixth of the Wonder-Box Stories.’

‘Hans the wise; being the seventh of the Wonder-Box Stories.’

‘Three-and a fourth; being the eighth of the Wonder-Box Stories.’

‘Snip and stitch; being the ninth of the Wonder-Box Stories.’

‘The echo of a dream.’ Will Bradley: His Book, vol. 1, no. 2 (Jun 1896). 46-50.

Books

Bradley: his book. New York: R.H. Russell, 1901.

Launcelot and the ladies. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1927.

Memories, 1875-1895. Pasadena: The Castle Press, 1949.

Peter Poodle; toy maker to the king. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company,1906.

Pictures of a period, or memories of the Gay Nineties. Los Angeles: Rounce and Coffin Club, 1950.

Will Bradley: his chap book; an account, in the words of the dean of American typographers. New York: The Typophiles, 1955.

Willie: his story of a Victorian boyhood. Unpublished manuscript, n.d.

The wonderbox stories. New York: The Century Company, 1916.

 

Citation: Lindsay, Martin S. Will H. Bradley: In His Words. Website: WillBradley.com. Accessed 18 Dec 2017, <http://willbradley.com/words/>. Bibliography. References.