Frank Richard Stockton
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Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts, 1960
Frank Stockton was born April 5, 1834 in Philadelphia, PA, and died
April 16, 1902 in Washington, D.C. He was a wood engraver, editor, and author
of short stories and novels for children and adults, known for his humor and
irony. He is perhaps best known for his short story, The
Lady or the Tiger?
Biographical Sources: Something About the
Author , vols. 32, 44
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The collection contains corrected galleys and miscellaneous pages of
typescript for one title, republished in 1960. Comments and corrections not
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Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts 1960
Note New York: Looking Glass Library, distributed by Random House,
typescript, miscellaneous pp.
(1 p.) Box MF737
corrected galleys (with editorial comments)
(2 p.) Box MF737