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Quinn, Seabury, 1889-1969

LC control 96039070
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3533.U69
Personal name headingQuinn, Seabury, 1889-1969
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Birth date1889-01-01
Death date1969-12-24
Place of birthWashington (D.C.)
Profession or occupationLawyers Journalists Authors
Found inAn encyclopedic law glossary for funeral directors and embalmers, 1940: t.p. (Seabury Quinn, LL. M., of the Dist. of Columbia bar)
LC in OCLC, Aug. 4, 1996 (hdg.: Quinn, Seabury, 1889-1969)
LCCN34-41675: A syllabus of mortuary jurisprudence, c1933 (hdg.: Quinn, Seabury, 1889- ; usage: Seabury Quinn; full name: Seabury Grandin Quinn)
Wikipedia, 9 March 2020 (Seabury Quinn; Seabury Grandin Quinn; also known as Jerome Burke; born 1 January 1889 in Washington, DC; died 24 December 1969; government lawer, journalist, American pulp magazine author famous for his stories about the occult detective Jules de Grandin)
Associated languageeng