Nebraska Authors

Jim Young

Born 1930 Salt Lake , UT (USA)

Jim Young, the great-great-great grandson of Brigham Young, was the husband of Jean Young. The couple opened the Juggler in Woodstock, got involved in real estate, became dealers in American paintings, and later collaborated on books and concepts for a television series.

Places Lived

Salt Lake, UT
Woodstock, NY

Education

University of California, Berkeley, CA

Occupation

Professor

Bibliography

Garage Sale Manual. 1973. (with Jean Young)
When the Whale Came to Our Town. 1974.
Kid's Money Book. 1976. (with Jean Young)
Succeeding in the Big World of Music. 1977. (with Jean Young)

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