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Edward Streeter

Author Code: AEST

Born: Aug. 1, 1891 - Buffalo, New York, USA

Died: Mar. 31, 1976 - New York City, New York, USA

Beginning his career as a journalist, Streeter acted as a war correspondent for the Buffalo Express and while covering the war, produced a humorous column containing letters from an illiterate soldier to his girl back home. The column was serialized from 1917 to 1919, but the first of the letters already appeared in 1918, collected as Dere Mable to great acclaim, reaching the best-seller list in America. He followed with That's Me All Over, Mable in 1919. Streeter then entered the world of banking following the war and rose to vice president of the Bank of New York, where he worked for twenty-five years. During this time, he contributed stories and articles to mainstream periodicals and, in 1938, produced his first novel, Daily Except Sundays. He reached the best-seller list again in 1949 with The Father of the Bride; made into a successful film the following year. he continued to produce a number of successful novels over the ensuing years, the last of which was Ham Martin, Class of '17. His other works include Same Old Bill, eh Mable! (1919), As You Were, Bill! (1920), Beany, Gangleshanks and the Tub (1921), Skoal Scandinavia (1952), Mr. Hobbs' Vacation (1954), Merry Christmas, Mr. Baxter (1956), Mr. Robbins Rides Again (1957), Window on America (1957), Chairman of the Bored (1961) and Along the Ridge (1964).

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