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Wilson, Harry Leon: Somewhere in Red Gap. V1. 1 Oct 2009

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Harry Leon Wilson
Born: 1-May-1867
Birthplace: Oregon, IL
Died: 28-Jun-1939
Location of death: Carmel, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Novelist, Editor
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Ruggles of Red Gap
Puck Asst. Editor (1892-96), Editor (1896-1902)

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The walls of the big living-room in the Arrowhead ranch house are tastefully enlivened here and there with artistic spoils of the owner, Mrs. Lysander John Pettengill. There are family portraits in crayon, photo-engravings of noble beasts clipped from the Breeder’s Gazette, an etched cathedral or two, a stuffed and varnished trout of such size that no one would otherwise have believed in it, a print in three colours of a St. Bernard dog with a marked facial resemblance to the late William E. Gladstone, and a triumph of architectural perspective revealing two sides of the Pettengill block, corner of Fourth and Main streets, Red Gap, made vivacious by a bearded fop on horseback who doffs his silk hat to a couple of overdressed ladies with parasols in a passing victoria.
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