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Arthur Stanwood Pier (1874–1966)

Pier, Arthur Stanwood. An American writer; born in Pittsburg, PA, April 21, 1874; died in 1966. He served on the editorial staff of the Youth’s Companion, and wrote ‘The Pedagogues’ (1899); ‘The Sentimentalists’ (1901); ‘The Triumph’ (1903); ‘The Young in Heart’ (1907); ‘The Jester of St. Timothy’s’ (1911); ‘The Women We Marry’ (1914); ‘Grannis of the Fifth’ (1914).