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040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dUk|dDLC|dWaU|dIEN|dWaU|dHU 
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053  0 PS3523.A76 
100 1  Latham, Jean Lee 
370    Buckhannon (W. Va.)|cUnited States|2naf 
372    Drama|aRadio plays|2lcgft 
372    Biography|aChildren's literature|aDrama|aTheater|aRadio 
374    Dramatists 
374    Authors|aBiographers|aDramatists|aRadio writers|aEditors
375    Females|2lcdgt 
377    eng 
500 1  |wnnnc|aCampion, Rose 
500 1  |wnnnc|aGard, Janice,|d1902-1995 
500 1  |wnnnc|aGuinnet, Beatrice,|d1902-1995 
500 1  |wnnnc|aLee, Julian,|d1902-1995 
500 1  |wnnnc|aMoffett, Paul,|d1902-1995 
500 1  |wnnnc|aTodd, Eugene,|d1902-1995 
663    For works of this author entered under other names, search
       also under|bGuinnet, Beatrice, 1902-1995|bMoffett, Paul, 
       1902-1995|bGard, Janice, 1902-1995|bLee, Julian, 1902-1995
       |bTodd, Eugene, 1902-1995.|aFor works by this author 
       written under the name Rose Campion, a pseudonym also used
       by Arthur LeRoy Kaser and by Ruth Perry, search also under
       |bCampion, Rose 
670    Author's 555 pointers for beginning actors and directors. 
670    Literary index, via WWW, July 13, 2007|b(Jean Lee Latham, 
       1902-1995; variant names: Janice Gard, Julian Lee) 
670 website, February 6, 2018:|barts > news 
       wires white papers and books (Latham, Jean Lee. Born 19 
       April 1902, Buckhannon, West Virginia; died 13 June 1995. 
       Jean Lee Latham received a B.A. from West Virginia 
       Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, and a Bachelor of Oral 
       English and M.A. from Cornell University, Ithaca, New 
       York. While at Cornell, she studied drama at the Ithaca 
       Conservatory. After six years as editor-in-chief of 
       Dramatic Publishing Company in Chicago, she resigned to 
       write her own stage and radio plays. Her first published 
       play was followed by more than 40 plays. She also wrote 
       children's radio serial and radio plays for various 
       network programs. Her Do's and Don'ts of Drama was 
       required reading in some college and university courses. 
       Latham debuted in the field of children's books with The 
       Story of Eli Whitney: Invention and Progress in the Young 
       Nation (1953))|u
670    Wikipedia, February 6, 2018|b(Jean Lee Latham (April 19, 
       1902-June 13, 1995) was an American writer who specialized
       in biographies for children or young adults. She was born 
       in Buckhannon, West Virginia. She attended West Virginia 
       Wesleyan College and received an A.B. in 1925. She also 
       attended Ithaca Conservatory. While in Wesleyan College, 
       she wrote plays. In Ithaca, she taught English, history 
       and play production. She continued teaching in Ithaca 
       after finishing her studies at Cornell. Her first book for
       children was The Story of Eli Whitney. Her book Carry On, 
       Mr. Bowditch won the Newbery Medal in 1956) 
670    Catalog of copyright entries, 1931: pt. 1, books, group 2,
       viewed online, February 6, 2018:|bpage 117 (Latham, (Jean 
       Lee) Patriot in the making by Beatrice Guinnet [pseud.]) 
670    Catalog of copyright entries, 1933: part 1, group 3, 
       viewed online, February 6, 2018:|bpage 265 (Julian Lee, 
       pseud. of Jean Lee Latham) page 467 (Paul Moffett, pseud. 
       of Jean Lee Latham) 
670    Catalog of copyright entries, 1937: vol. 10, pt.1, viewed 
       online, February 6, 2018:|bpage 117 (Eugene Todd [pseud, 
       of Jean Lee Latham) 

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