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Bibliography

Compiled by Michael Goeller, Adaucto Wanderley da Nobrega, and Max Burkett
Maintained by Michael Goeller. Updated 12-31-2002.
Send suggestions, corrections, and additions to goeller@rci.rutgers.edu


This bibliography is under construction. Check back in 2003 for a complete listing.

Henderson, Robert W. The Frank J. Marshall collection of chess books. New York, 1932.

Hilbert, John. Young Marshall. 2002.

Janowski, David. The match and the return match : Janowsky v. Marshall. Edited by L. Hoffer. London : E.A. Michell ; F. Hollings, 1908.

Konig, Imre. Frank J. Marshall - J. R. Capablanca match, 1909. San Francisco, 1955. 31 p.

Marshall, Frank James. Chess in an Hour. New York, Leisure league of America, 1937. 63 p.

_______. Chess masterpieces, edited by Frank J. Marshall...Being a collection of the best games played by Capablanca, Tartakower, Lasker, Alekhine, Reti, Yates, Maroczy, Hodges, Vidmar, Rubinstein, Nimzowitch, Howell, Winter and Marshall, with illustrative notes by the masters and additional comment by the editor. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1928. 126 p.

_______. Chess Openings. Leeds : British Chess Magazine, 1904. 185 p.

_______. Comparative chess. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1932.145 p.

_______. Letters of Frank J. Marshall. Cleveland Public Library.

_______. Marshall's best games of chess. New York, Dover 1960.

_______. Marshall's Chess "swindles" : comprising over one hundred and twenty-five of his best tournament and match games at chess, together with the annotation of the same; also an analysis of the queen's side openings, with several king's gambit novelties and a discussion of the principles of over-the-board chess. New York: American Chess Bulletin, 1914. 130 p.

_______. Marshall v. Janowski: games of the Paris match, with notes by F. J. Marshall. London: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Company, 1905. 39 p.

_______. Marshall-Wettkämpfe 1905-1908 : vier Teile in einem Band. Leipzig : Veit & Comp., 1907. Marshall's matches of 1905-1908, when he was most in contention for the world title, with annotations by Marshall himself.

_______. Modern Analysis of the Chess Openings. Amsterdam : J.R. Vrolijk. 82 p.

_______. My Fifty Years of Chess. Philadelphia : McKay, 1942. 242 p.
This is Marshall's autobiography and personal game collection.

_______. Papers of Frank Marshall and the Marshall Chess Club. 1925-1951. 201 items in archival box. Cleveland Public Library.

_______. Score sheets of games played by Marshall, 1920-1929. Cleveland Public Library.

Marshall, Frank James and J. C. H. Macbeth. Chess Step by Step. New York : Dutton, c1924. 306 p.

Soltis, Andy. Frank Marshall, United States Chess Champion: A Biography with 220 Games. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland 1994.

Wenman, Percy, ed. Frank J. Marshall : one hundred annotated games illus. with 150 diagrams. Leeds : Whitehead & Miller, 1948. 204 p.

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