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Smith, Horace (Horatio) (1779-1849) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horace_Smith_(poet)


Smith, Ian D. (fl. 2000s-2010s) (items) (chron.)
See iandsmith.com


Smith, Jennifer (1949- ); used pseudonym Jennifer Crusie (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jennifer_Crusie


Smith, Jessie Willcox (1863-1935) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jessie_Willcox_Smith


Smith, Julian Mortimer (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See julianmortimersmith.com/about


Smith, Junius B(ailey) (1883-1945) (items) (chron.)
Born September 29, 1883 in Salt Lake City; practiced for many years as attorney-at-law; fellow of the American Academy of Astrologians; died April 3, 1945 in Salt Lake City.


Smith, Langdon (1858-1908) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langdon_Smith


Smith, Lee (1944- ) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Smith_(fiction_author)


Smith, Leonard K(ingsley) (1876-1955) (items) (chron.)
Clergyman and author. Born in Boston, Massachusetts; died in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Smith, Lewis Worthington (1866-1947) (items) (chron.)
See drakeapedia.cowleswiki.drake.edu/Lewis+Worthington+Smith


Smith, Logan Pearsall (1865-1946) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logan_Pearsall_Smith


Smith, Moses (1783-1870) (items) (chron.)
See ussconstitutionmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Sailors-Stories-Smith-Flogging-1.pdf


Smith, Ralph Crosby (1907-1962) (art)
See pulpartists.com/SmithR.html


Smith, Red; [i.e., Walter Wellesley Smith] (1905-1982) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Smith_(sportswriter)


Smith, Robert B(ache) (1875-1951) (items)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bache_Smith


Smith, Sheila-Kaye (1887-1956) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheila_Kaye-Smith


Smith, Sidney (1877-1935) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Smith_(cartoonist)


Smith, Stanley E(ugene) (1926-2011) (items) (chron.)
See www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=111159216


Smith, Sydney “Bill” (1912-2002) (items) (chron.)
See www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1383847/Sydney-Bill-Smith.html


Smith, (James) Thorne (Jr.) (1892-1934) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/smith_thorne


Smith, Wallace (1888-1937) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_Smith_(illustrator)


Smith, Walton (fl. 1950s-1970s) (items) (chron.)
Lived in Closter, New Jersey; no additional information, but not to be confused with Rear Admiral Walton Wiley Smith (1896?-1966).


Smith, Walton Hall (1898-1955) (items) (chron.)
Advertising writer; also did a book on alcohol. Born in Kansas City, Missouri.


Smith, Winchell (1871-1933) (items) (chron.)
Born in Hartford, Connecticut; actor and dramatist.


Smith, W(illia)m E(rnest) (1892-1969) (items) (chron.)
Educator and author; born in Licking, Missouri and died in Oxford, Ohio.


Smith, Wyman Sidney (fl. 1920s-1930s) (items) (chron.)
Wisconsin writer.


Smullen, Ivor (c1928-2006) (items) (chron.)
See www.pressgazette.co.uk/ivor-smullen


Smyth, [Dame] Ethel (Mary) (1858-1944) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethel_Smyth


Snaith, J(ohn) C(ollis) (1876-1936) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/snaith_j_c


Snapp, Frank (1876-1927) (art)
See indianaillustrators.blogspot.com/2013/11/frank-snapp-1876-1927.html


Sneddon, Robert W(illiam) (1880-1944) (items) (chron.)
Writer of mystery stories. Born in Beith, Scotland; educated at Glasgow University; contributed over 400 short stories to American and European magazines; author of several successful vaudeville sketches; died in New York City.


Snell, Edmund (1889-1972) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/snell_edmund


Snider, Roy (fl. 1920s) (items) (chron.)
Born in Toronto, Canada.


Snow, Charles H(orace) (1877-1967) (items) (chron.)
Born in Lower Lake, California; extremely prolific writer of westerns, with 465 novels to his credit, an even more impressive achievement when one learns that he was totally blind since 1914. Died in Napa, California.


Snow, Walter (1905-1973) (items) (chron.)
Born in Connecticut; New York City newspaperman, short story writer.


Soare, William F(ulton) (1896-1940) (art)
See pulpartists.com/Soare.html


Sobol, Donald J. (1924-2012) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_J._Sobol


Sobol, Louis (1896-1986) (items) (chron.)
See www.nytimes.com/1986/02/10/obituaries/louis-sobol-90-dies-broadway-columnist.html


Söderberg, Hjalmar (Emil Frederik) (1869-1941) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjalmar_Söderberg


Soderberg, Yngve Edward (1896-1971) (art)
Born in Chicago, Illinois; died in Mystic, Connecticut (?).


Soglow, Otto (1900-1975) (art)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Soglow


Sōkan, Yamazaki; pseudonym of Shina Norishige (1465-1553) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamazaki_Sōkan


Sokolow, Norman H(askell) (fl. 1940s) (items) (chron.)
Also published a book of poetry. Probably from California.


Soldan, William R. (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See www.emptymirrorbooks.com/author/williamrsoldan


Sologub, Fyodor; pseudonym of Fëdor Kuzmich Teternikov (1863-1927) (items) (chron.)
See www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/sologub_fyodor


Solomons, Theodore Seixas (fl. 1910s-1930s) (items) (chron.)
Traveller and writer. Born in San Francisco, California.


Solon, S. L. (fl. 1940s-1960s) (items) (chron.)
Probably pseudonymous.


Soltesz, Frank (fl. 1950s-1960s) (art)
Born in Derry, Pennsylvania; died in Sherman, Connecticut (?).


Somerville, Charles (Cecil Lee D’Montral) (1876-1931) (items) (chron.)
Born in New Orleans of Creole descent; magazine writer, New York City reporter.


Somerville, E(dith Anna) Œ(none) (1858-1949) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edith_Anna_Somerville


Somerville, William (1675-1742) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Somervile


Sommer, J. G. (fl. 1910s) (art)
New York City area artist.


Sonnenschein, Edward (fl. 1940s) (items) (chron.)
Collector of Oriental art. Not to be confused with Edward Adolf Sonnenschein (1851-1929).


Sonnichsen, Albert (1878-1931) (items) (chron.)
Journalist, short story writer. Born in San Francisco, California; died in Willimantic, Connecticut.


Sontheimer, Morton (1906-1975) (items) (chron.)
See www.nytimes.com/1982/03/24/obituaries/morton-sontheimer.html


Soper, Eloise Liddon (1897-?) (items) (chron.)
Born in Gordon, Alabama, and graduated from Huntingdon College; lived in New York.


Sorabji, Cornelia (1866-1954) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelia_Sorabji


Sorenson, Edward S(ylvester) (1869-1939) (items) (chron.)
Born in Dyraaba, New South Wales; began working at age 9 while intermittently in school; apprenticed to a carpenter at age 14; thereafter he was a gold prospector, worked at sheep stations, became a publican, and settled in Sydney to become a writer; as such he was prolific, contributing to periodicals and writing stories and verse; known for expert descriptions of wildlife.


Sorg, Arley (fl. 2010s-2020s) (items) (chron.)
See arleysorg.com


Sorrell, Alan (Ernest) (1904-1974) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Sorrell


Sothern, Edward Hugh (1859-1933) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._H._Sothern


Soto, Ada Maria (fl. 2010s) (items) (chron.)
See blog.adamariasoto.com


Souster, Raymond (Holmes) (1921-2012) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_Souster


Soutar, (Edward) Andrew (1879-1941) (items) (chron.)
Born Edward Andrew Stagg in Wiltshire; married Elspeth Soutar Swinton as Stagg in 1911; but then adopted the last name Soutar; death in Cornwall registered as Edward Andrew Soutar.


South, Ira (1893-1918) (items) (chron.)
Texas poet.


South, Marshal (1889-1948) (items) (chron.)
Born Roy Bennett Richards in Gelenelg, near Adelaide, Australia; came to the U.S. in 1908 with his mother and brother, settling in Oceanside, California; began using Marshal South for his writings in 1912 and it apparently became his adopted/legal name, under which his marriages, census records and WWII draft registration are listed. (His second wife Tanya is listed in social security death records as Tanya South and his first son as Marshal L. South Jr.) Author of 8 novels (none published in the U.S.), over 50 poems, short stories and essays and many Desert Magazine articles; lived latterly in a self-constructed house on “Ghost Mountain” in the California desert.


Southey, Robert (1774-1843) (items) (chron.)
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Southey



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