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Ralph Milne Farley*

a.k.a. Roger Sherman Hoar

Author Code: ARMF

Born: Apr. 8, 1887 - Waltham, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Oce. 10, 1963 - South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Educated at Harvard University in law, Hoar received his BA in 1909 and his law degree two years later. He then served in the Massachusetts Senate. At America's entry in World War I, Hoar served in the US Army Coast Artillery Corps. Following the war, he joined Marquette University and taught mathematics and engineering. He adopted the pseudonym of Ralph Milne Farley and began publishing science fiction in the 1930s, contributing stories to pulp magazines such as Astounding Stories, Weird Tales and Argosy Weekly. He produced a great number of stories as Farley. He later moved to Milwaukee and joined the Milwaukee Fictioneers whose members were some of the leading SF authors of the time, such as Robert Bloch and Stanley G. Weinbaum. His legal career continued as a corporate attorney. During his career, he also produced numerous law papers. His works include The Tariff Manual (1912), Constitutional Conventions (1917), The Radio Man (1924), Patents (1926), Unemployment Insurance in Wisconsin (1934), Smothered Seas (1936), A Month a Minute (1937), The House of Ecstasy (1938), The Hidden Universe (1939), The Time Capsule (1944), The Immortals (1947), The Omnibus of Time (1950) and Radio Minds of Mars (1955).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARMF002 The Golden City 1942 109 548k eBook Download PDF - 'The Golden City' (ARMF002)   Download ePub - 'The Golden City' (ARMF002) Find a printed copy of The Golden City by Ralph Milne Farley* at AbeBooks
ARMF001 Liquid Life 1936 20 282k eBook Download PDF - 'Liquid Life' (ARMF001)   Download ePub - 'Liquid Life' (ARMF001) Find a printed copy of Liquid Life by Ralph Milne Farley* at AbeBooks
ARMF003 A Month a Minute 1937 16 267k eBook Download PDF - 'A Month a Minute' (ARMF003)   Download ePub - 'A Month a Minute' (ARMF003) Find a printed copy of A Month a Minute by Ralph Milne Farley* at AbeBooks
ARMF004 "Radio Man" 1924 85 450k eBook Download PDF - '   Download ePub - ' Find a printed copy of

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