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us: Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur, 1910-2003

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    • Birth Place

        Palm (Pa.)
    • Associated Locale

        Reading (Pa.)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Fantasy Press
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        (lcsh) Science fiction
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            • us: Drake, Anders W., 1910-2003
          • Sources

            • found: His Over my shoulder, 1983: t.p. (Lloyd Arthur Eshbach)
            • found: Biography Resource Center, May 8, 2008 (Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; 1910-2003; Nationality: American; Source: Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2004; Entry Updated: 01/30/2004)
            • found: His Tyrant of time, ©1955: title page (Lloyd Arthur Eshbach)
            • found:, June 19, 2014 (Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; birthplace: Palm, Pennsylvania, USA; birthdate: 20 June 1910; deathdate: 29 October 2003; used alternate names: L.A. Eshbach; Lloyd Eschbach; Anders W. Drake)
            • found: Wikipedia, June 19, 2014 (Lloyd Arthur Eshbach (June 20, 1910--October 29, 2003) was an American science fiction fan, publisher and writer, secular and religious publisher, and minister; grew up in Reading [Pa.]; published two short-lived magazines in the early 1930s, Marvel Tales and The Galleon; founded Fantasy Press, a small press which published the work of authors such as E. E. Smith, Jack Williamson, Robert A. Heinlein and John W. Campbell, Jr.; Eshbach was a church publisher from 1958 to 1962, then until retirement in 1975 he was a salesman for the Moody Bible Institute; upon his retirement, he became a pastor in the Evangelical Congregational Church and served churches of that denomination in Lancaster County, Reading, and Womelsdorf) {}
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