[underlined entries are active links]

- Return of the Colonel!
About F. Chase Taylor
- Part 1: The Early Years
- Part 2: The Stoopnagle & Budd Years
- Part 3: Going It Alone
Photos and Stuff (NEW!)

- International House
- Stoopnocracy NEW!
- The Inventors

- Second Guessers Incorporated

- Oh! to Be a Stoopnocrat Now That April's Here!
- Ali Theeva and the Forty Babs
- Prinderella and the Since
- Coffee
- Pancakes
- Kodak
- Those 999 1/2 Blues
- Colonel Speaknagle Stoopling!
- What's Ahead For 1946 and Thereafter
- Little-Known Men of Industry
- How to Make Fudge
- Golf's Toll
- How to See New York
- Softuel Q. Ballnagle's Softball Rules
- Trees Trimmed

- April Fool's Day
- How to Make a Livable Mansion Into an Old Broken Down Connecticut Red Barn
- The Beaver
- Circles
- The Connecticut Vegetable Garden
- C-Rhymes
- Stoopnagle on the Fair
- Colonel Stoopnagle's Fictionary (Unabashed)
- Glass
- Selections From Father Goosenagle
- Fun For Hallowe'en
- Interviews With Little-Known Men
- Who Invented Everything?
- Our Own Investment Department
- No Ordinary Murder
- The Pea Little Thrigs
- A Befuddled History of Photography
- Pic-ings by Colonel Stoopnagle and Budd, Guest Editors
- The Pig
- Post Scripts From the Saturday Evening Post
- The Post World War
- Profit and Loss
- Radio Just Around the Corner, Say Col. Stoopnagle & Budd
- Now You Seedum
- Sleep
- Tennis
- It Could Be Verse
- Vice Verse
- The American Woman
- Christmas at Grandma Stoopnagle's
- Stolen Yacht (A Radio Script)

Above:  An autographed picture of Stoopnagle and Budd during the height of their popularity.

I've just added a page for the duo's 1933 film 'Stoopnocracy.'  Take a look!

F. Chase Taylor, Jr. has passed away.  Please click here for more information.

Rick Squires
September 2008

And please be sure to visit my other website, The Vincent Price Exhibit

Page created December 5, 1996; updated where noted.  Copyright 2020 by Richard D. Squires.