Author: Peggy Gaddis
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Betsy Moran, . book. Pseudonyms: Georgia Craig, Peggy Gaddis, Gail Jordan, Perry Lindsay. Details (if other): Cancel. Mor. rivia About Betsy Moran, .
Life in Harbor Pines was placid and tranquil. Everything followed its usual pattern; everyone moved peacefully along through life.
Reach for Tomorrow is a story of a beautiful and disillusioned nurse who found excitement, challenge, and love aboard an ocean-going freighter. When Claire Frazier turned in her candy-striped probationer�s uniform for a pin that read �Registered Nurse,� she knew she owed a debt to those who had made her happiness possible. Life in Harbor Pines was placid and tranquil.
Peggy Dern, (1896-1966), was an American author, born Erolie Pearl Gaddis (later Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern), who wrote under both Peggy Dern and Peggy Gaddis as well as Carolina Lee, and Georgia Craig.
Peggy Dern, (1896-1966), was an American author, born Erolie Pearl Gaddis (later Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern), who wrote under both Peggy Dern and Peggy Gaddis as well as Carolina Lee, and Georgia Craig, as well as Perry Lindsay, James Clayford, Gail Jordan and Joan Sherman. She married John Sherman Dern, a wandering minstrel, in 1931.
Peggy Gaddis, the primary literary identity of Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern, was a name so commonly seen, for so long, on the covers of so many unassuming, unheralded topics with such interchangeable titles from the 1930s to th. .
Peggy Gaddis, the primary literary identity of Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern, was a name so commonly seen, for so long, on the covers of so many unassuming, unheralded topics with such interchangeable titles from the 1930s to the 1960s that it would be easier to believe it was a house name assigned to a variety of hack authors through the years. In 1931 she married John Sherman Dern, a member of a traveling minstrel troupe. Her first topic-length works, published under the name Peggy Gaddis, were erotica and racy love stories for Godwin, a cheap lending-library press that specialized in such material and also published some of Jack woodford’s work.
Peggy Moran (born Mary Jeanette Moran, October 23, 1918 – October 24, 2002) was an American film actress who appeared in films between 1938 and 1943. Born in Clinton, Iowa, Moran was the daughter of Earl Moran, an artist who specialized in pin-ups for calendars and magazines. Her mother was a dancer before marriage, giving up her career for her family. She and her mother moved west after Moran's 1937 high school graduation.
by Peggy Dern; Arcadia, 1964.
Peggy was probably a family nickname dating from her childhood; since it is not a recognized nickname for either of her given names. I consider it a pseudonym, even though it was probably the name she was known by in everyday life. by Peggy Dern; Arcadia, 1964. by Peggy Gaddis; Macfadden 50-251, 1965. Macfadden 50-467, 1968.
She was too restless to read; it was too hot for her usual panacea, a long walk in the country, and so the movie won. The Betsy-Bug behaved beautifully, and Cathy parked in the theater’s lot.
Peggy Gaddis ie was fairly amusing and when she came out a few hours later, she felt rested and relaxed. But she grew tense almost before she reached the sidewalk, for she came face to face with Elaine, who greeted her with the warm eagerness of a long-lost friend. I’m so bored I could die, she announced the moment she had greeted Cathy.