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us: Wood, Clement, 1888-1950

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  • Fuller Name

    • Clement Richardson
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    • Birth Date

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    • Associated Local

        Birmingham, Ala.
    • Associated Local

        Greenwich Village, New York, N.Y.
    • Birth Place

        Tuscaloosa, Ala.
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: New York University
        • Affiliation Start: 1939
        • Affiliation End: 1940
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Barnard School for Boys
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Law
          (lcsh) Literature
            (lcsh) Teaching
          • occupation

              (lcsh) Lawyers
                (lcsh) Authors
                  (lcsh) Poets
                    (lcsh) Novelists
                      (lcsh) Teachers
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                  • Sources

                    • found: His Glad of earth ... 1917.
                    • found: Alabama authors website, viewed June 28, 2013 (Wood, Clement Richardson, 1888-1950, lawyer, b. Sept. 1, 1888, Tuscaloosa, Ala., pseudonym Alan Dubois)
                    • found: Strangers to us all WWW site, viewed October 2, 2013 (Clement Wood, lawyer, magistrate, teacher, lecturer, concert baritone; born September 1,1888 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama; He was educated at the University of Alabama, graduating in 1909 and received his law degree from Yale in 1911. Wood practiced law in Birmingham, Alabama in 1911 and 1912 with his father and was named assistant city attorney in 1912 and chief presiding magistrate of the Central Recorder's Court in 1913. Wood took leave of Alabama for New York City, where he settled in Greenwich Village and took up literature.He became a school teacher at various private schools and eventually became dean of the Barnard School for Boys. In 1939-40 Wood was an instructor in poetry at New York University, Washington Square Writing Center. During his New York years Wood became a prolific writer, including novels and poetry. He died on October 26, 1950.)
                  • LC Classification

                    • PS3545.O4715
                  • Change Notes

                    • 1980-04-08: new
                    • 2013-10-03: revised
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