Arthur Moss
1889 - 1969
Author, Editor, Publisher, Journalist
Promoter of the Arts

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Hemingway: Scenes With a Hero
by Kathleen Cannell, Oct. 1968

Lost Generation Journal; Florence Gilliam, fall 1974, pp. 10-13, 32-33

The Paris Herald, Al Laney, 1947

The Double Dealer by Julius Weis Friend, 1966

The Improper Bohemian: A Re-Creation of Greenwich Village, by Allen Churchill, 1959

Diaghilev's Ballet Russes, by Lynn Garafola, 1998

Tribune: The Old Bohemian, by Daniel George, 2000

The Women of Montparnasse, Morrill Cody, Hugh D. Ford,1984

Walks in Gertrude Stein's Paris: 5 Tours for the Literary Traveller,by Mary Ellen Jordan Haight, 1988

Walks in Hemingway's Paris: A Guide to Paris for the Literary Traveler, Noel Riley Fitch, 1992

Hemingway: An Old Friend Remembers, Jed Kiley, 1965

Greenwich Village, Anna Alice Chapin, 1917(p287)

Life Among the Surrealists: A Memoir, Mathew Josephson, 1962(p100)

Hemingway: A Biography, Jeffrey Myers, 1985/1999 (p158)

Ernest Hemingway and the Little Magazines: The Paris Years, Nicholas Joost,1968(p17)

Hemingway's Nonfiction, Robert D Stephens(Univ of North Carolina,1968)

Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story, Carlos Baker(Shribner,1969)

Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual, Mathew Joseph Brucolli,1974

Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Biography, Hanneman,Princeton Univ Press,1967

The View From Here, Robert M Coates, 1960(p210)

Published in Paris: American and British Writers,Printers and Publishers,Hugh D Ford(p78

News of Paris: American Journal in the City of Lights Between the Wars, Ronald Weber, 2006 (p.212)

Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation, Noel Riley Fitch

Women of the Left Bank, Shari Benstock,University of Texas Press,1987

Paris Thats Not In Guide Books, Basil Wood,1931(p269)

Literary Digest, Edward Jewitt Wheeler(Funk and Wagnall,1923) vol78,p26

Conversation With Malcolm Cowley, Malcolm Cowley, 1986

Book Review Digest, Martha T Mooney(H W Wilson, 2005)

Opera News (Metropolitan Opera Guild) 1948(p18), 1956(p37)

Sewanee Review , University of the South, 1933 (p210)

Forum, Events Publication Co.,1947(p168)

Scoot Fitzgerald, Andrew Turnbull, Grove Press(2001)

Portrait of Hemingway, BBC Archives, 1961

Uneasy Alliance, Hans Bak, Radopi Pub., 2004

Weekly Record, University of Michigan, Bowker, 1974

Writers at Work: Paris Review Interviews, George Plimpton, 1986

The Penguin Companion to American Literature, Malcolm Bradbury, 1971

The Dream of the Golden Mountain, Malcolm Cowley, 1980

The Mask: The Journey of the American Theatre, Edward Gordon Craig, 1925

Hart Crane, Life of an American Poet, Philip Horton, 1957

Notable Women in American Theatre: A Biographical Dictionary, Alice M Robinson, 1989

Paris Journal, Janet Flanner, 1965

Back to Montparnasse, Sissley Huddleston, 1931

Pulpwood Editor, Harold Brainerd Hersey, Frederick A Stokes & Co., 1937

Dictionary of Literary Biography Document Series: Paris in the Twenties, Mathew Joseph Brucolli,1997(p262)

Dance: Current Selected research, Lynette Y Overby,1989(p28)

Cyclopedia of World Authors, Frank Northen Magill, 1997(p1467)

My Life as an Author and Editor, Henry Louis Mencken(Knopf, 1993)

Harry Kemp, The Last Bohemian, Will Brevda (Buchnell Univ1986)  

The Letters of Jean Toomer, 1919-1924, by Jean Toomer, Mark Whalan, 2006 

Dusk of Empire: The Decline of Europe and the Rise of the U.S., Wythe Williams, 1937

Pilgrimage To Paris: The Backgrounds of American Expatriation,1920-34,Warren Susman,'58

The Avenel Companion to English and American Literature, David Daiches(1981,p153)

Paris Captured by Greenwich Village, Benjamin De Casseres( NY Times,Oct16,1921)

From Harlem to Paris: Black American Writers in France 1840-1980,Michael Fabre,1993

American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Critisism and Bibliography, Craig Monk, Ohio State University Press, vol.17,#1- 2007

Studies in Bibliography- University of Virginia Bibliography Society, Fredson Bowers, Project Muse - 1964 ( University of California )

The American Review, Hairenik Assn, 1993

Dictionary of Literary Biography, Contemporary Authors ( Thomas Gale,2002) 

Cold Springs Harbor and Library Archives - Charles B. Davenport Collection

Arthur Moss, 80, Expatriate Writer, New York Times, Feb. 22, 1969 (ob)



Other Scources For Information: 

Gale Literary Database For Contemporary Authors (2/14/2000)

Library of Congress Catalog, 1987

The Smithsonian Instute, Alfred J Frueh Collection
 
University of Texas, Ransom Center, Special Collections

New York Times Archives, for which we are extremely grateful.

A very special 'merci beaucoup' to The National Archives of France for providing the following:

  • Figaro Journal, Oct.3, 1924 (158)
  • La Samaire A Paris, Jan. 21, 1927
  • Homme qui S'evada, Albert Londres, 1928
  • Revue D'Allamagne, Jan. 1929 (p762)
  • La Revue de Paris, Nov.15, 1932
  • La Petit Tunisie Journal, April 7, 1931
  • Europe Revue, Feb 15, 1933
  • Revue Belge, Oct. 1, 1933
  • Utez-moi, July 28, 1934
  • Pensee Francaise, France,1959 

          Click to Read: Paris Captured by Greenwich Villageby Casseres
                                  NEW YORK TIMES  Oct. 16, 1921

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Florence Gilliam
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...was hired by Arthur Moss to be senior editor for Quill in 1920. Quill was a literary and arts magazine in Greenwich Village,NY. In 1921 the pair moved to Paris where they began publication of Gargoyle and Boulevardier. Florence was a journalist and theatre critic. Moss and Gilliam divorced in 1931. Gilliam wrote France: A Tribute by an American Woman (Dutton, NY,1945)

                 


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