Jonathan F. Kelley (Falconbridge)
Jonathan F. Kelley tried his hand at the lecture circuit, then wrote charming, and often quite funny pieces under the pen name of Falconbridge
for an assortment of publications in the Boston area, as well as other cities.
A year after his death in 1855, 'The Humors of Falconbridge' collection of his stories was published, and he gained the nationwide fame that eluded him for years while he was alive.
529 Jonathan F. Kelley - Taking Down a Sherriff - 1856
530 Jonathan F. Kelley - Look Out for Them Lobsters- 1856
531 Jonathan F. Kelley - Penalty of Kissing your own Wife- 1856
532 Jonathan F. Kelley - Dodging the Responsibility- 1856
1510 Jonathan F. Kelley - Pills and Persimmons- 1856
1511 Jonathan F. Kelley - A Severe Spell of Sickness- 1856
1512 Jonathan F. Kelley - Getting Square- 1856
1513 Jonathan F. Kelley - What's Going to Happen- 1856
All of the stories in Mister Ron's Basement are indexed on the Catalog Page at: