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Jack Warner Schaefer

Jack Warner Schaefer, American writer.

Background

  • Schaefer, Jack Warner was born on November 19, 1907 in Cleveland. Son of Carl Walter and Minnie Luella (Hively) Schaefer.

  • Education

    • AB, Oberlin College, 1929. Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1930. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Oberlin College, 1989.

    Career

    • Reporter and office man U.P., 1930-1931. Assistant director education Connecticut State Reformatory, 1931-1938. Associate editor New Haven Journal Courier, 1932-1939, editor, 1939-1942.

      Editorial writer Baltimore Sun, 1942-1944. Associate editor Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, 1944-1948. Editor The Shoreliner, 1949.

      Associate Lindsay Advertising Company, New Haven, 1949. Editor public Theatre News, 1935-1940, The Movies, 1939-1941.

    Works

    • Monte Walsh Part 2 Of 2
    • Part Two Of Two Parts Monte Walsh could bust a bronco, turn a stampede, survive on mashed beans, take on two in a brawl, string barbed-wire barehanded, and do anything else that needed to be done.

    Connections

    • Married Eugenia Hammond Ives, August 26, 1931 (divorced December 1948). Children– Carl Walter, Christopher Pomery, Susan Hammond, Jonathan Ives. Married Louise Wilhide Deans, 1949.
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    Born November 19, 1907
    Died January 24, 1991
    (aged 83)
    • 1929
      Oberlin College
    • 1930
      Columbia University
    • 1989
      Oberlin College
    • 1930 - 1931
      Reporter and office man U.P.
    • 1931 - 1938
      assistant, director education Connecticut State Reformatory
    • 1932 - 1939
      associate editor New Haven Journal Courier
    • 1935 - 1940
      editor and public Theatre News
    • 1939 - 1942
      associate editor New Haven Journal Courier
    • 1939 - 1941
      editor and public Theatre News
    • 1942 - 1944
      editorial writer, Baltimore Sun
    • 1944 - 1948
      associate editor Norfolk Virginian-Pilot
    • 1949
      associate Lindsay Advertising Company
      New Haven, Connecticut, United States
    • 1949
      editor The Shoreliner
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