Nebraska Authors

Frank Corey Voorhies

Born 1877-06-01 Woodbury, NJ (USA)

Died 1927
Marblehead, MA (USA)

Buried
Clarksboro, NJ (USA)
Eglington Cemetery

In the early 1900s, Voorhies was a reporter for the Omaha Daily News. He was also a commercially successful writer of humorous histories, satire and light romantic fiction and retailed self-improvement and employment schemes via newspaper advertisements.

Places Lived

Philadelphia, PA
Minneapolis, MN
Omaha, NE
Boston, MA
Woodbury, NJ

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Journalism

Education

Undergraduate Studies, 1895, Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Arts Degree, 1899, Princeton University, Prinveton, NJ
Master of Arts Degree, 1901, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Occupation

Journalist
Writer

Places Worked

Omaha Daily News

Associations

Tiger Inn (Club) of Princeton, NJ
Princeton Club of Boston, MA

Bibliography

Love Letters of an Irish Woman. 1901.
Story of Lizzie McGuire. 1902.
The Knocker. Illustrated by E. B. Bird, 1903.
Mrs. McPiggs of the Very Old Scratch. 1903.
Reflections of Budget McNutty. 1903.
That Settles the Nolans. 1904.
Twisted History. Illustrated by T. Cromwell Lawrence, 1904.

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