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Oscar Schisgall

Author Code: AOSS

Born: Feb. 23, 1901 - Antwerp, Belgium

Died: May 20, 1984 - New York City, New York, USA

Very little information exists on Schisgall's early life, other than he was brought to America as a young child. He turned out to be a prolific writer and contributor to the various pulp magazines during the 1920s to the 1950s. During World War Two, Schisgall was head of the magazine section of the U.S. Office of War Information. He wrote over 4000 articles and short stories for popular periodicals such as Reader's Digest, Saturday Evening Post and Collier's Weekly to name a few. In his later years, he was best known for chronicling the histories of Procter & Gamble(Eyes On Tomorrow), the Bowery Savings Bank (Out of One Small Chest) and Xerox (My Years With Xerox). His other works include The Death Pit (1923), In Kashla's Garden (1927), Baron Ixell: Crime Breaker (1929), One of the Judds (1931), Devil's Daughter (1932), The Incredible Corpse (1936), Man of Action (1937), The Blood Call (1939), Swastika (1939), Maker of Heroes (1943), Portrait of Death (1951) and The Letters of Mme. De Carrere (1979).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AOSS001 Power Dive 1939 4 215k eBook Download PDF - 'Power Dive' (AOSS001)   Download ePub - 'Power Dive' (AOSS001) Find a printed copy of Power Dive by Oscar Schisgall at AbeBooks
AOSS002 Take Over, Bos'n 1940 3 111k eBook Download PDF - 'Take Over, Bos'n' (AOSS002)   Download ePub - 'Take Over, Bos'n' (AOSS002) Find a printed copy of Take Over, Bos'n by Oscar Schisgall at AbeBooks

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