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Basch, Peter (1921-2004) (items) (art) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Basch


Bascom, Louise Rand; [Mrs. G. W. Barratt] (1885-1949); also known as Louise Bascom Barratt (items) (chron.)
See www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11792093


Bascom, Willard (Newell) (1916-2000) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willard_Bascom


Bascove, Barbara (fl. 1960s-2010s) (art)
See www.bascove.com


Basevi, (Herbert Edward) Vincent (1879-1935) (items) (chron.)
Born in Kensington, London; in 1930s on staff of Governor of Jamaica.


Bash, Kent (fl. 1980s-2020s) (art)
See www.kentbash.com


Bashman, Janice Gable (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See janicegablebashman.com/bio


Basinsky, Earle (Morris, Jr.) (1921-1963) (items) (chron.)
Born in Vicksburg, Miss.; served in USAF in WWII; then lived for a time in Brooklyn where he wrote with Mickey Spillane, before returning to Vicksburg to enter his father’s printing business.


Baskerville, Beatrice (Catherine) (1876-1955) (items) (chron.)
Born in Chatham, Medway, Kent; married Eugene Guichard; was New York World correspondent Russia and Balkans, 1911-14 and Rome 1914-1931; Daily Telegraph Rome correspondent 1933-1940, and Yorkshire Post correspondent in Rome 1940.


Bason, Frederick T(homas) (1907-1973) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Bason


Bass, Ellen (1947- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Bass


Bass, Francis (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See francisbass.wordpress.com


Bass, George Houston (1938-1980) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Houston_Bass


Bass, T. J.; [working name of Thomas Joseph Bassler, M.D.] (1932-2011) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/bass_t_j


Bass, William M(arvin, III) (1928- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_M._Bass


Bassett, Gary John (1948-2018); used pseudonym Johnny Strike (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Strike


Bassett, Sara Ware (1872-1968) (items) (chron.)
Born in Newton, Mass.; educated at Boston University and Radcliffe College; writer mostly for young people.


Bassett, W(illiam) I(siah) (1869-1937) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billy_Bassett


Bassett-Lowke, Janet (fl. 1930s) (items) (chron.)
Daughter of W. J. Bassett-Lowke.


Bassett-Lowke, W(enman) J(oseph) (1877-1953) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenman_Joseph_Bassett-Lowke


Bassey, [Dame] Shirley (Veronica) (1937- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Bassey


Bassford, Homer (c1869-1938) (items) (chron.)
See www.umsl.edu/mercantile/collections/mercantile-library-special-collections/special_collections/slma-345.html


Bassier, Gretchen (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See astheheroflies.wordpress.com


Bassingthwaite, Don (1969- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Don_Bassingthwaite


Bassoff, Jon (1974- ) (items) (chron.)
See jonbassoff.com


Bast, Anya (1972- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.anyabast.com


Bastiani, Clayton (fl. 2010s) (art)
See www.claytonbastiani.com


Bastié, Maryse (1898-1952) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maryse_Bastié


Basu, Samit (fl. 2000s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samit_Basu


Basyrov, Luka (fl. 1990s-2010s) (art)
See luka-basyrov-art.deviantart.com


Baszczynski, Marilyn (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See www.marilynbaszczynski.com


Bataille, Georges (Albert Maurice Victor) (1897-1962) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Bataille


Batchelder, W(illiam) J(ames) (1880-1958) (items) (chron.)
Born in Yarmouth, England; died in Norwich.


Batchelor, Denzil (Stanley) (1906-1969) (items) (chron.)
Newspaper columnist, book reviewer, magazine editor, author of many books on sports.


Batchelor, John Calvin (1948- ) (items)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/batchelor_john_calvin


Bate, Henry (c1863-1944) (items)
See geniimagazine.com/magicpedia/Henry_Bate


Bateman, Claire (1956- ) (items) (chron.)
See www.etruscanpress.org/index.php/authors/a-d/claire-bateman


Bateman, May (Geraldine Frances) (1872-1938) (items) (chron.)
See george-powell.co.uk/family/1401.htm


Bateman, Robert (Moyes Carruthers) (1922-1973) (items) (chron.)
See bearalley.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/robert-bateman.html


Bateman, Victory (1865-1926) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victory_Bateman


Bateman-Graham, Stephanie K. (fl. 1990s-2000s) (items) (art) (chron.)
See www.prettyrockdesigns.com


Bates, Blanche (1873-1941) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blanche_Bates


Bates, Brian (1944- ) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Bates_(psychologist)


Bates, Charlotte Fiske (1838-1916) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Fiske_Bates


Bates, David (1809-1870) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Bates_(poet)


Bates, Dewey (1851-1899) (items) (art) (chron.)
See www.mutualart.com/Artist/Dewey-Bates/AC97D1870C74D7F3


Bates, Gabrielle (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See www.gabriellebatesstahlman.com


Bates, Harriet (Leonora, née Vose) (1856-1886) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harriet_Bates


Bates, Harry; [i.e., Hiram Gilmore Bates, III] (1900-1981); used pseudonym Anthony Gilmore (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/bates_harry


Bates, Ifan (fl. 2010s) (art)
See www.nbillustration.co.uk/portfolios/ifan-bates


Bates, Ina Blanchard (1894-1977) (items) (chron.)
Oldest daughter of Alfred and Carrie Blanchard. One of 12 children. On October 2, 1914 Ina married Frank E. Bates. Before her marriage she worked in the packing room of the Commonwealth Shoe and Leather company. She wrote poetry, stories and song lyrics. And had some of her work in magazines, newspapers and a book of her poetry. She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Whitman where she was a Sunday school teacher. When the church celebrated its 150 anniversary she wrote a pageant and a hymn “This Is My Church”. Besides her love for writing she loved to garden and sew. She sold doll clothes that she would sew by hand.


Bates, Jean Victor (1874-1934) (items) (chron.)
Journalist, biographer and author of some renown, who was awarded the Grand Order of St. Sava by the Prince Regent of Serbia.


Bates, Katherine Lee (1859-1929) (items) (chron.)
Author and educator best known for poem “America the Beautiful.” Born in Falmouth, Massachusetts; died in Wellesley, Massachusetts.


Bates, Leo(nard Fison) (1890-1957) (art)
See bearalley.blogspot.com/2018/07/leo-bates.html


Bates, Margaret Holmes (Ernsperger) (1844-1927) (items) (chron.)
Born in Fremont, Ohio.


Bates, Quentin (1962- ) (items) (chron.)
See graskeggur.com


Bates, Sanford (1884-1982) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanford_Bates


Bates-Hardy, Courtney (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See courtneybateshardy.wordpress.com


Bateson, Thomas (c1570-1630) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Bateson


Bath, Phil (fl. 1950s) (items) (chron.)
Probably a pseudonym. Not to be confused with English writer Philip Ernest Bath (1898-?).


Bathurst, Katharine (1862-1933) (items) (chron.)
Pioneer Inspector of Schools in the 1890s being the third woman inspector appointed.


Batki, John (1942- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Batki


Batson, Alfred (1899-1977) (items) (chron.)
See pulpflakes.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/alfred-batson-soldier-journalist-author.html


Batson, Henrietta M(ary, née Blackman) (1859-1943) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Batson


Batt, J(ason) Daniel (fl. 2010s) (books) (items) (chron.)
See jdanielbatt.com


Batt, Leon(ard Singleton) (1902-1947) (items) (chron.)
Born in Cardiff, Wales; went to Australia in 1910. Founded a publication, Pertinent, in Australia from which he retired ca.1946 due to ill health; died in Manly, New South Wales.


Battaglia, Aurelius (1910-1984) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurelius_Battaglia



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