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The Last Rose of Summer

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The Last Rose of Summer is a novel by Rupert Hughes. He was an American historian, novelist, film director and composer based in Hollywood. Hughes was born in Lancaster, Missouri. His parents were Felix Turner Hughes and Jean Amelia Summerlin, who were married in 1865. His brother Howard R. Hughes, Sr., co-founded the Hughes Tool Company. He was the uncle of Howard Hughes, the famous aviation magnate and filmmaker. His three volume scholarly biography of George Washington broke new ground in demythologizing the general and was well received by historians. He was elected as an honorary member of the Alpha chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity at the New England Conservatory in Boston in 1917. Hughes, active in state politics, was one of the founders of the California State Guard in 1940. In the 1940s he served as president of the American Writers Association, a group of anti-Communist writers. This book has 9 Chapters and was converted from its physical edition to the... More > digital format< Less
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ISBN
9781105869105
Edition
1
Published
March 14, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
283.43 KB

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