Author:Robert Haven Schauffler
|←Author Index: Sc||Robert Haven Schauffler
|Author, lecturer, and musician, was born of American missionary parents in Brünn, (then in Austria), on April 8, 1879.|
- Our American Holidays - Christmas (1949)
- Peter Pantheism (1925) Renewal R107395
- The poetry cure, a pocket medicine chest of verse (1925) Renewal R107396
- Armistice Day (1927) 
- The poetry cure, with Marion Bauer (1927) Renewal R142711
- Beethoven: the man who freed music. Vol. 1-2 (1929) Renewal R177906
- Hobnails in Eden. Poems of a Maine vagabond (1929) Renewal R184036
- A manthology; songs that are fit for men, and a few women (1931) Renewal R223602
- The junior poetry cure (1931) Renewal R221514
- The mad musician; an abridgment of Beethoven: the man who freed music (1932) Renewal R235550
- The unknown Brahms (1933) Renewal R270241
- Hallowe'en; its origin, spirit, celebration, and significance as related in prose and verse (1933) Renewal R270236
- The magic of music, an anthology for music (1935) Renewal R307533
- The days we celebrate. (1940)
- New and selected poems (1942) Renewal R478978
- Democracy days; an anthology of the best prose and verse on democracy. (Our American holidays) (1942) Renewal R478980 with Hilah Paulmier
- Pan-American Day; an anthology of the best prose and verse. (Our American holidays) (1943) Renewal R499842 (with Hilah Paulmier)
- Florestan, the life and work of Robert Schumann (1945) Renewal R544833
- Peace days (1946) Renewal R568386, Hilah Paulmier
- Good will days (1947) Renewal R607025
- From A Treasury of War Poetry, ... 1914-1919 (1917):
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