Harold Albert Lamb (1892-1962) wrote historical articles and stories for magazines, and adventure books. The collection consists
of manuscripts, books, stories clipped from magazines, scrapbooks, letters, drawings, maps, pamphlets, notebooks, and other
Harold Albert Lamb was born on September 1, 1892 in Alpine, New Jersey; BA, Columbia University, 1916; worked as a make-up
man for a motor trade weekly and as a financial writer for the New York Times; after serving in World War I, he became a writer of historical articles and stories, and contributed to National Geographic and the San Francisco Chronicle; traveled widely, writing adventure books for both adults and children, including: Marching Sands (1920), Genghis Khan, the Emperor of All Men (1927), Alexander of Macedon: the Journey to World's End (1946), Suleiman the Magnificent, Sultan of the East (1951), and Hannibal: One Man Against Rome (1958); Lamb died on April 9, 1962.
28 boxes (14 linear ft.)
2 oversize boxes
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