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Used availability for Allan Vaughan Elston's Arizona Skyline. October 1971 : UK Hardback. 1976 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
1950 – The Sheriff of San Miguel. 1951 – Deadline at Durango. 1952 – Colorado Showdown also titled Grass and Gold. 1952 – Ranch of the Roses. 1953 – Roundup on the Picketwire. 1953 – Saddle Up for Sunlight. 1954 – Long Lope to Lander also titled Showdown. 1954 – Stage Road to Denver. 1954 – Wagon Wheel Gap. 1955 – Forbidden Valley. 1955 – The Wyoming Bubble. 1956 – Last Stage to Aspen. 1956 – The Marked Men. 1957 – Grand Mesa. 1958 – Wyoming Manhunt. 1959 – Montana Masquerade.
Forbidden Valley Unknown Binding – 1955. by Allan Vaughan Elston (Author).
Find sources: "Allan Lockheed" – news · newspapers · books · scholar . In 1961, Allan Lockheed moved to Tucson, Arizona, where he lived in semi-retirement.
Find sources: "Allan Lockheed" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (February 2019). Allan Loughead was born in Niles, California, in 1889, the youngest son of Flora and John Loughead . Near Tacna, Arizona, an engine failed and Meyerhoffer made a rough landing. He continued as a consultant for the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Once, when someone asked Lockheed what he did in the early days of aviation, he answered, "I survived!".
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Allan Vaughan Elston was born on July 28, 1887 in Kansas City, Missouri. Elston studied engineering at the University of Missouri where he earned a civil engineering Bachelor of Science degree in 1909.
Allan Vaughan Elston was born on July 28, 1887 in Kansas City, Missouri. After college he worked as a transitman for railroads in the West and Midwest, a resident engineer, a cattle rancher and a consulting engineer. He began work as a free-lance writer of western fiction and mystery stories in 1924. He became well known for his western novels and was a member of the Western Writers of America. Elston's publications include Come Out and Fight!