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us: Stratemeyer, Edward, 1862-1930

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    • us: Steward, Ray M., 1862-1930
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1862-10-04
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1930-04-10
    • Gender

    • Associated Language

    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Pulp literature
          (lcsh) Dime novels
        • Occupation

            (lcsh) Authors
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        • See Also

          • us: Bonehill, Ralph
          • us: Carter, Nicholas (House name)
          • us: Carter, Nick
          • us: Dixon, Franklin W.
          • us: Emerson, Alice B.
          • us: Hawley, Mabel C.
          • us: Keene, Carolyn
          • us: Morrison, Gertrude W.
          • us: Winfield, Arthur M.
        • Sources

          • found: Contemp. auth., v. 19-20 (E.L. Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate wrote & hired writers to contribute to young people's series under collective pseudonyms including Franklin Dixon & Carolyn Keene)
          • found: Contemp. auth., c1991 (Carter, Nick, see Stratemeyer, Edward L.)
          • found: Something about the author, v. 1 (Stratemeyer, Edward L., 1862-1930; Stratemeyer Syndicate pseudonyms: ... Alice B. Emerson, Mabel C. Hawley; Stratemeyer outlined and edited all of the Syndicate's works himself)
          • found: The surprising adventures of the Man in the Moon, 1903 : t.p. (Ray M. Steward)
          • found: home page WWW 25 Nov. 2008 articles/Edward Stratemeyer, correspondent and art critic ("The surprising adventures of the Man in the Moon," published 1903, written by Edward Stratemeyer under pseudonym, Ray M. Steward, a loose anagram of Edward Stratemeyer)
          • found: Stratemeyer pseudonyms and series books, 1982 (Gertrude W. Morrison; joint pseudonym of the Stratemeyer Syndicate used for 7 v. series, The girls of Central High)
          • found: The dime novel companion, 2000: page 50, 252 (Stratemeyer, Edward; Oct. 4, 1862-May 10, 1930; editor, writer of juvenile fiction; used numerous pseudonyms, including Nicholas Carter)
        • LC Classification

          • PS3537.T817
        • Change Notes

          • 1980-09-30: new
          • 2016-09-21: revised
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