Frances Noyes Hart
Frances Noyes Hart
Frances Newbold Noyes
August 1, 1890
|Died||October 25, 1943 (aged 53)|
|Spouse(s)||Edward H. Hart|
|Children||Ann Hart Thayer, Janet Hart Golden|
|Parent(s)||Frank Brett Noyes|
|Relatives||Crosby Stuart Noyes, grandfather|
She was born as Frances Newbold Noyes on August 10, 1890 to Frank Brett Noyes and Janet Thurston Newbold. During World War I, she served as a translator with the Navy and as a canteen worker in France (see her book My AEF: A Hail and Farewell). She married lawyer Edward H. Hart in 1921. She died in 1943.
- Mark (1913)
- My A.E.F.--A Hail and Farewell (1920)
- "Contact" – Pictorial Review, December 1920 (second prize, O Henry Award, 1920). Repr. Contact and Other Stories (1923)
- The Bellamy Trial (1927)  – Included on the Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone List
- Hide in the Dark (1929)
- Pigs in Clover (1931)
- (with Frank E. Carstarphen) "The Bellamy Trial: A Play in Three Acts" (1931)
- The Crooked Lane (1934)
- "Frances Noyes Hart". Retrieved 2008-12-12.
Following the publication of many short stories in Scribner's magazine, the Saturday Evening Post, the Ladies' Home Journal, and a collection of them titled Contact and Other Stories (1923), Hart became famous for Pulitzer Prize-winning The Bellamy Trial (1927), which was serialized in the Saturday Evening Post, published in book form, and later dramatized. According to Julian Symons, the original publication of this book marked the start of serialized novels replacing short crime stories as commercial articles.
- Frances Noyes Hart family
- Janet Thurston Newbold family
- "Frances N. Hart, Fiction writer. Daughter of Frank B. Noyes, the Publisher, Dies. Noted for Detective Stories". The New York Times. October 26, 1943. Retrieved 2008-12-13.
Mrs. Frances Noyes Hart, well known writer of detective fiction and a daughter of Frank B. Noyes ...
- "Mrs. E.H. Hart Dies in N.Y. Author, Publisher's Daughter". The Washington Post. October 26, 1943. Retrieved 2008-12-13.
Mrs. Frances Noyes Hart, daughter of Frank B. Noyes, publisher of the Star, and wife of Edward H. Hart, died unexpectedly yesterday in New York. She was 53 years old. Funeral services, the date for which has not been announced, will be private.
- https://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review?_r=1&res=9502E6DB173EE33ABC4C51DFB7668382639EDE New York Times Movie Review, 1929
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- Works by Frances Noyes Hart at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)