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Henry Kitchell Webster (1875–1932)

Webster, Henry Kitchell. An American writer, born in Evanston, IL, Sept. 7, 1875; died in 1932. Author of: ‘The Banker and the Bear: The Story of a Corner in Land’ (1900); ‘Roger Drake, Captain of Industry’ (1902); and (with Samuel Merwin) ‘The Short Line War’ (1899); ‘Calumet “K”’ (1901); ‘Traitor and Loyalist’ (1904); ‘The Whispering Man’ (1908); ‘The Sky Man’ (1910); ‘The Ghost Girl’ (1913); ‘The Real Adventure’ (1916).