Stephen Longstreet

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Stephen Longstreet (April 18, 1907–February 20, 2002) was an American author. Born Chauncey (later Henri) Weiner (sometimes Wiener) on April 18, 1907, he was known as Stephen Longstreet from 1939. He died on February 20, 2002.

The 1948 Broadway musical High Button Shoes was based on Longstreet's semi-autobiographical 1946 novel, The Sisters Liked Them Handsome.


  • The Pedlocks
  • The Lion at Morning
  • The Beach House
  • Man of Montmartre
  • Geisha
  • Remember William Kite?
  • Pedlock and Sons
  • The Young Men of Paris
  • Pedlock Saint, Pedlock Sinner
  • The Last Man Comes Home (1942)
  • The Sisters Liked Them Handsome (1946)
  • The Promoters (1957)
  • High Button Shoes, A Period comedy in Two Acts (1949)
  • The Boy in the Model-T
  • The Real Jazz, Old and New
  • A Treasury of the World's Great Prints
  • The Canvas Falcons