Rollin Lynde Hartt
Rollin Lynde Hartt (1869–1946) was an early 20th-century journalist and congregational minister. His reporting and views on the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy were known nationally and mentioned in Time Magazine. His 1909 articles People at Play appeared in Atlantic Monthly and are considered an important exception to a near-quarantine on information about then-current popular culture.
- The Man himself 1924
- "Scopes Trial: What Lies Beyond Dayton" July 22, 1925 The Nation
- "I'd Like to Show You Harlem!". The Independent. April, 1921. p. 334-.
- Confessions of a Clergyman. Rollin Lynde Hartt. McBride, Nast & company, 1915.
- The People at Play. Rollin Lynde Hartt. Houghton Mifflin, 1909.
- Understanding the French. Rollin Lynde Hartt. McBride, Nast & Company, 1914.
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