Dorothy Donnell Calhoun
Dorothy Donnell Calhoun (Died December 2, 1963) was a writer and a magazine editor.
Calhoun was the West Coast editor for Motion Picture Magazine and its sister publication Motion Picture Classic between 1927 and 1935. Later, she worked as an assistant to Frances Perkins, the Secretary of Labor under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, where she produced radio programs. As a writer, Calhoun wrote short stories, including the collection titled "Blue Gingham Folks". She also wrote children's stories and plays and published letters about her travels. She was also involved in the film world writing for publications and selling her work to be adapted to film. She worked on a screenplay for Richard Krebs and was a writer for "Sh Don't Wake the Baby", the 1915 film starring Dorothy Phillips.
- "A Modern Slavery" (1909)
- When Great Folks Were Little Folks (1913)
- The Book of Brave Adventures (1915)
- Blue gingham folks (1915)
- Little folks of the Bible (1915)
- Little folks in art (1915)
- Princess of Let's Pretend (1916)
- Little folks in history (1917)
- Afraidof Bis Shadow (1917)
- Cupid's column; a farce in one act (1917)
- 100 per cent American (1918)
- The parlor patriots; a comedy in one act for girls (1918)
- Sh! Don't Wake the Baby (1915), writer
- "Dorothy Calhoun, Writer and Editor". The New York Times. December 3, 1963. Retrieved April 20, 2020.
- "Rachel Eleanor Donnell". Davis-Monthan Airfield Register. Retrieved April 20, 2020.
- The Book News Monthly. 35. John Wanamaker. 1917. p. 50. Retrieved April 20, 2020 – via Google Books.
- O'Brien, Scott (2013). Ruth Chatterton: Actress, Aviator, Author. BearManor Media. Retrieved April 20, 2020 – via Google Books.
- The School Journal. 80. E.L. Kellogg & Company. 1912. p. 376. Retrieved April 20, 2020 – via Google Books.
- The Smith Alumnae Quarterly. 1920.
- Fleming, John V. (September 6, 2010). The Anti-Communist Manifestos: Four Books That Shaped the Cold War. W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 9780393074765 – via Google Books.
- "The Smith College Monthly". Smith College. April 19, 1906 – via Google Books.
- Calhoun, Dorothy Donnell (April 19, 1913). "When Great Folks Were Little Folks". Macmillan – via Google Books.
- Alshouse, Herman Smith (1915). Heroes of the Nations. Macmillan.
- Bailey, Henry Turner (1916). Something to Do. School Arts Publishing Company.
- "Calhoun, Dorothy Donnell [WorldCat Identities]".