Thomas Chalmers Harbaugh

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Thomas C. Harbaugh (1849-1924)

Thomas Chalmers Harbaugh (January 3, 1849 – 1924) was an American poet and novelist.[1] Thomas Harbaugh, one of the authors of the Nick Carter Detective Stories and other dime novels, died penniless in the Miami County Home, Ohio. He wrote from 300 to 600 thrillers, at the rate of one a week, with pen; later, in the days of the typewriter, he sometimes bettered his speed.


  1. ^ The Magazine of Poetry, Volume 1 (1889) Charles Wells Moulton, Buffalo, New York [1]

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