David McCord Lippincott
David McCord Lippincott wrote music and lyrics from an early age. The first evidence of that is a musical revue he wrote while attending the Hotchkiss School called "Little Boy Blue". He then went to Yale University, as did his father; was a member of Skull & Bones, as was his father William Jackson Lippincott. He graduated in 1949.
During this time, he also wrote books, several of which are still available. Some of the writings were turned into films. Titles include: Unholy Mourning, Black Prism, E Pluribus Bang!, The Blood of October, The Home, Salt Mine, The Voice of Armageddon, Savage Ransom, and Tremor Violet.
- "Joan S. Bentley, Smith Alumna A Future Bride: She Is Fiancee of David McCord Lippincott of McCann-Erickson". New York Times. 2 Aug 1959. p. 78.
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