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For the politician, see Clarence Clifton Young.
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The following series were published under the name Clarence Young:
- Jack Ranger—6 volumes (1907–1911)
- Motor Boys—22 volumes (1906–1924)--The first ten were illustrated by Charles Nuttall—Volumes 1, 2, and 8 ghostwritten by Howard R. Garis
- Racer Boys—6 volumes (1912–1914)
The pseudonym "Clarence Young" was also used by Edward Stratemeyer for a few football stories published in turn of the century boys magazines.
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