Samuel McChord Crothers
Crothers graduated from Wittenberg College in 1873. In 1874, he graduated from College of New Jersey (later Princeton University). After earning a divinity degree at Union Theological Seminary in 1877, he became a Presbyterian minister. He resigned in 1881 and converted to the Unitarian church in 1882.
- The Understanding Heart (1903)
- The Gentle Reader (1903)
- The Pardoner's Wallet (1905)
- By the Christmas Fire (1908)
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, the Autocrat and His Fellow-Boarders (1909)
- Among Friends (1910)
- Humanly Speaking (1912)
- Meditations on Votes for Women, etc. (1914): "A contribution to the...literature of feminism" that asks women to be "as modest and unobtrusive as men in expressing their opinions"
- "A Literary Clinic", The Atlantic Monthly, Vol.118, No.3, (September 1916), pp. 291–301 (he coined the term "bibliotherapy" in this article) .
- The Pleasures of an Absentee Landlord (1916)
- The Dame School of Experience (1920)
- Ralph Waldo Emerson: How to Know Him (1921)
- The Cheerful Giver (1923)
- The Children of Dickens (1925)
- Editorial (November 13, 1927). Dr. Crothers As Essayist. New York Times
- Eliot, Frederick May (1931). Samuel McChord Crothers: Interpreter of life. Beacon Press, ASIN B00087IMZ0
- Staff report (November 10, 1927). Rev. Dr. Crothers Dies Suddenly; Noted Preacher and Author is Stricken at His Home in Cambridge. A Minister at Age of 19 Often Had Occupied Pulpit at Harvard During Long Unitarian Pastorate. New York Times
- "The soft answer". The Independent. Dec 7, 1914. Retrieved July 24, 2012.
- Sermons written by Samuel McChord Crothers are in the Harvard Divinity School Library at Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Works by Samuel McChord Crothers at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Samuel McChord Crothers at Internet Archive
- Works by Samuel McChord Crothers at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)