Author:Samuel Williams Cooper
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- Abuse of Police Powers, The North American Review, 1890
- The Present Legal Rights of Women (October 1890)
- The Confessions of a Society Man, 1887 anonymous publication under the pseudonym "Miss Blanche Conscience"
- Think and Thank: A Tale, 1890 story recounts a Jewish boy's victory over his classmates who harassed him in Victorian England.
- Hazard, as published in The Septameron
- His Lawyer's Bag
- Three Days: A Midsummer Love-story, 1889 short story about flirting at Narragansett Pier, illustrated by Hal Hurst and CC Cooper, Jr.
- The Nineteenth Hole, 1921
Articles in Popular Science Monthly
- The Law's Delay, as it appeared in the 1890 The American journal
- A Hardened Criminal, article that appeared in the Philadelphia Press on November 27, 1892
- Bringing the Police to Book, as published in the Philadelphia News
- Letters to Benjamin R. Tucker
- William Morris as an Exponent of Socialism, address before the Browning Society, of Philadelphia, on December 14, 1905
- Legal Correspondence Regarding Mr. Wadsworth's Arrest