Stewart H. Holbrook

Stewart H. Holbrook of Portland, Oregon, has contributed a number of articles to AMERICAN HERITAGE , including “Daylight in the Swamp” (October, 1958) and “The Paintings of Mr. Otis” (April, 1959). His latest book, The Golden Age of Quackery , was published in 1959 by Macmillan.
For further reading: Gilbert Patten and His Frank Merriwell Saga , by John L. Cutler (University of Maine, 1934); The Fiction Factory , by Quentin Reynolds (Random House, 1956); The House of Beadle & Adams , Vol. I, by Albert Johannsen (University of Oklahoma, 1950).

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