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by Vincent McHugh
Author: Vincent McHugh
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning (June 1, 1971)
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Caleb catlum's america. But told as autobiography - biography - what you will. Entertaining, in not too large doses. But not an easy book to place. Publisher: Stackpole.
full book description) Stackpole Sons, New York, NY, 1936. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Caleb Catlum's America. Publisher: Stackpole Sons, New York, NY. Publication Date: 1936. Illustrator: Illustrations. Book Condition: Very Good.
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Dead Fads, (ss) Readercon 24 Souvenir Book, e. Caleb Catlum’s America, (ex) 1937. Books in Brief Feb 1937.
Dead Fads, (ss) Readercon 24 Souvenir Book, ed. Richard Duffy & Ellen Brody, Readercon 2013. A Crowd of Ships, (ss) Argosy Sep 1951. Author: McHugh, Vincent, 1904-1983. Illustrator: Hartmann, Georg . 1911-1989.
SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1904-1983) US author whose comic saga Caleb Catlum's America . born Providence, Rhode Island: 23 December 1904. died Sacramento, California: 23 January 1983.
SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1904-1983) US author whose comic saga Caleb Catlum's America (1936) is about a family of immortals (see Immortality) who amusingly represent the high points of US history.