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James, Mary, 1927-2022

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Personal name headingJames, Mary, 1927-2022
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See alsoWorks by this author are entered under the name used in the item. For a listing of other names used by this author, search also under: Kerr, M. E.
Kerr, M. E.
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Other standard no.0000000079798633
Birth date1927-05-27
Death date2022-11-21
Field of activityChildren's stories
Profession or occupationChildren's writer
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Found inHer Shoebag, c1990: CIP t.p. (Mary James) pub. info. (pseud.)
Phone call to publisher, 7/11/89 (Mary James; b. 5/27/27)
Info. from WLN, 1-17-95 (James, M. Frankenlouse, c1994: Mary James is also known as M.E. Kerr)
Wikipedia, January 6, 2023 (Marijane Meaker; Marijane Agnes Meaker (May 27, 1927 - November 21, 2022); American writer; under the name Vin Packer, she wrote mystery and crime novels, including Spring Fire. As Ann Aldrich, she wrote nonfiction books about lesbians, and as M.E. Kerr, she wrote young-adult fiction. As Mary James, she wrote books for younger children)
Marijane Meaker, groundbreaking author, in The East Hampton star online, December 1, 2022 (May 27, 1927 - Nov. 21, 2022; died at home on Deep Six Drive in Springs; had lived in the hamlet for the past 60 years; Ms. Meaker's pen names were Vin Packer (mystery and crime), Ann Aldrich (lesbian nonfiction), Mary James (younger children), M.E. Kerr (young adult), M.J. Meaker (nonfiction), and Marijane Meaker (novels and biographies))
Associated languageeng