Glenn O. Balch, American author. Recipient George Washington Memorial awards Freedoms Foundation, 1954, 56, 57, Recognition award for contribution to Idaho children Idaho Library. Association, 1989; featured in Idaho Authors Room Boise Public Library. Served to lieutenant colonel United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, China.
Bank clerk, 1923-1924. Forest ranger United States Forestry Service, 1924. Newspaper reporter, traveling correspondent Idaho Daily Statesman, Boise, 1926-1929.
Free-lance magazine writer and publicity, from 1929. Assistant to the United States Sen. John Thomas (Idaho) prior to W.W. World War II.
- Viking dog
- Olaf, a Norwegian Elkhound, runs the bravery and loyalty of his ancestors, but Olaf is raised in a commercial kennel and learned early to distrust all men.
- Horse of Two Colors
- Mots-kay and Pan-sook, two Indian youths, had been prisoners in a small Spanish settlement in the American Southwest for nearly a year.
- Buck, Wild
- Traces the first four years in the life of a wild mustang stallion with an unconquerable urge to be free.
- Lost Horse
- withdrawn library, usual marks stamps,dust jacket missing, solid reading copy
Born December 11, 1902
1923 - 1924
1926 - 1929