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T. S. Stribling

T. S. StriblingAKA Thomas Sigismund Stribling

Born: 4-Mar-1881
Birthplace: Clifton, TN
Died: 8-Jul-1965
Location of death: Florence, AL [1]
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Clifton Cemetery, Clifton, TN

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Store

Sales between WWI and WWII exceeded all other novelists.

[1] Mitchell-Hollingsworth Annex in Florence, AL.

Father: Christopher Columbus Stribling
Mother: Amelia Waits Stribling
Wife: Louella Kloss (m. 1930, until his death, d. 12-Oct-1993)

    University: Huntingdon Southern Normal University, Huntingdon, TN (1898-99)
University of North Alabama (1903)
    Law School: University of Alabama School of Law (1905)

    Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1933 for The Store

Author of books:
Cruise of the Dry Dock (1917, novel)
Birthright (1922, novel)
East is East (1922, novel)
Fombombo (1923, novel)
Red Sand (1924, novel)
Teeftallow (1926, novel)
Bright Metal (1928, novel)
Strange Moon (1929, novel)
Clues of the Caribees (1929, novel)
Backwater (1930, novel)
The Forge (1931, novel, Vaiden trilogy)
The Store (1932, novel, Vaiden trilogy)
Unfinished Cathedral (1934, novel, Vaiden trilogy)
The Soundwagon (1935, novel)
These Bars of Flesh (1938, novel)
Laughing Stock (1982, memoir)

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