ABRASHKIN, Raymond (with Jay Williams)
ALBERT, Marvin H.
ALTER, Robert Edmond
ANDERSON, Frederick Irving
ANDERSON, Alan Ritner
BARNES, Arthur K.
BELLEM, Robert Leslie
BETANCOURT, John Gregory
BIGGERS, Earl Derr
BLAINE, Lawrence L.
BOND, Nelson S.
BROWN, Zenith (Leslie Ford / David Frome)
BURGESS, Mary Wickizer
CABELL, James Branch
CAMPBELL, John W.
CHAMBERLAIN, George Agnew
CHIDSEY, Donald Barr
COHEN, Roy Octavus
COX, Arthur Jean
COXE, George Harmon
CROFTS, Freeman Wills
DANIELS, Harold R.
DANIELS, Norman A.
DE VET, Charles V.
DEL REY, Lester
DEWEY, Thomas B.
DI FILIPPO, Paul
DISNEY, Dorothy Cameron
Dixon, H. Vernor
DOHERTY, John Stephen
DUNN, J. Allan
FLOYD, John M.
FRANK, Martin M.
FRIEL, Arthur O.
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