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Louis Bromfield

Louis BromfieldBorn: 27-Dec-1896
Birthplace: Mansfield, OH
Died: 18-Mar-1956
Location of death: Lucas, OH
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Malabar Farm State Park, Lucas, OH

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Early Autumn

Military service: American Field Service (WWI)

Father: Charles Brumfield
Mother: Annette Marie Coulter
Wife: Mary Appleton Wood (dau. of Chalmers Wood, m. 1921, d. 1952, three daughters)
Daughter: Ann
Daughter: Ellen
Daughter: Hope

    University: Cornell University (attended 1914-16)
    University: Columbia University

    Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1927 for Early Autumn
    Croix de Guerre
    French Legion of Honor
    Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

Author of books:
The Green Bay Tree (1924)
Possession (1925)
Early Autumn: A Story of a Lady (1926)
A Good Woman (1927)
The Strange Case of Miss Annie Spragg (1929)
Awake and Rehearse (1929)
The Work of Robert Nathan: Containing Also a Bibliography (1929)
A Modern Hero (1932)
The Farm (1933)
The Man Who Had Everything (1935)
The Rains Came: A Novel of Modern India (1937)
It Takes All Kinds (1939)
Night in Bombay (1940)
Wild Is the River (1941)
Until the Day Break (1943)
Mrs. Parkington (1943, novel)
The World We Live In (1944, short stories)
What Became of Anna Bolton (1945)
Pleasant Valley (1945)
A Few Brass Tacks (1946)
Kenny (1947)
Malabar Farm (1948)
The Wild Country (1948)
Out of the Earth (1950)
A New Pattern for a Tired World (1954)
From My Experience: The Pleasures and Miseries of Life on a Farm (1955, memoir)
Animals and Other People (1955)

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