Carroll K. Michener and family papers, 1858-1970.
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Born in Minnesota in 1892, Maud Hart Lovelace based her fictional Big Valley stories on her hometown of Mankato and her characters on her family and friends. From the description of Maud Hart Lovelace papers, 1942-1971 [manuscript]. (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 749991902 ...
Rodney Gilbert (1889-1968) was an American conservative editorial writer and newspaper columnist. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Gilbert graduated from Franklin and Marshall College. In 1912 Gilbert went to China to travel the country; he began as a salesman for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People but ended up spending 17 years there, becoming fluent in Chinese and eventually working as a correspondent for the North China Daily News . In 1926 his series of columns...
Member of the editorial staff of the Sun (New York). From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1938. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122468797 Delos Wheeler Lovelace (1894-1967), author and journalist, was a graduate of Columbia University and a veteran of World War I. As a journalist, he wrote and edited for the Fargo Courier News, Minneapolis Daily News, Minneapolis Tribune, New York Daily News, New York Sun, and the New Yo...
William C. Edgar was the publisher and editor of the Northwestern Miller, a flour milling trade journal published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1906 Edgar started The Bellman as an outlet for his writing interests and ran it from the offices of the Northwestern Miller. During the later years of The Bellman's publication, Edgar became involved in famine relief efforts in Belgium during World War I. In 1919 he decided to cease publishing The Bellman to focus on the Northwestern Miller and his othe...