Nebraska Authors

Clyde Brion Davis

Born 1894-05-22 Unadilla, NE (USA)

Died 1962-07-19
Salisbury, CT (USA)

Places Lived

Unadilla, NE
Chillicothe, MO
Kansas City, MO
Denver, CO
San Francisco, CA
Seattle, WA
Buffalo, NY
New York, NY
Hamburg, NY
Salisbury, CT

Author Of

  • Fiction

Keywords

Fiction

Education

Attended public schools in Chillicothe and Kansas City, Missouri

Occupation

Journalist
Writer

Places Worked

The Denver Times
Denver Post
Albuquerque Journal
Rocky Mountain News
San Francisco Examiner
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Buffalo Times

Honors

Huntington Hartford Fellowship, 1956-57

Bibliography

The Anointed. 1937.
The Adventure. 1937. (movie version of The Anointed)
Northend Wildcat. 1938.
Sullivan. 1938 (1940).
The Great American Novel. 1938.
Nebraska Coast. 1939.
The Arkansas. 1940.
Follow the Leader. 1942.
Rebellion of Leo Mcguire. 1944.
The Stars Incline. 1946.
Jeremy Bell. 1947.
Temper the Wind. 1948.
Playtime Is Over. 1949.
The Age of Indiscretion. 1950.
North Woods Whammy. 1951.
Thudbury. 1952.
Eyes of Boyhood. 1953.
The Newcomer. 1954.
Something for Nothing. 1955.
Unholy Uproar. 1957.
Arkansas. 1958. (Rivers of America series)
The Big Pink Kite. 1960.
Shadow of a Tiger. 1963.
Rocky Mountain Reader. 1946. (contributor, with story 'Payday')

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