Barrett Willoughby

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Barrett Willoughby
Born(1901-05-18)May 18, 1901
Alaska, United States
DiedJuly 29, 1959(1959-07-29) (aged 58)
Berkeley, California
OccupationWriter (novelist)
NationalityAmerican
Period20th century
Genrefiction

Barrett Willoughby (May 18, 1901 – July 29, 1959),[1] a.k.a. Florance Barrett, was a best-selling novelist who wrote works of romantic fiction and nonfiction from the 1920s through the 1940s. Her writing was mainly mostly set in Alaska, where she spent many years. Some of her works were made into movies.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Where the Sun Swings North (1922)
  • Rocking Moon (1925)
  • Gentlemen Unafraid (1926)
  • The Trail Eater (1929)
  • Sitka, Portal to Romance (1930)
  • Spawn of the North (1932)
  • Alaskans All (1933)
  • River House (1936)
  • Alaska Holiday (1940)
  • The Golden Totem, a novel of modern Alaska (1945)

Filmography[edit]

  • Rocking Moon (*a movie was made in 1926 Rocking Moon)
  • Spawn of the North

Sources[edit]

  • Ferrell, Nancy Warren (1994). Barrett Willoughby: Alaska's Forgotten Lady. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press.
  1. ^ Library of Congress Card Catalogue

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