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George Ade

George AdeBorn: 9-Feb-1866
Birthplace: Kentland, IN
Died: 16-May-1944
Location of death: Brook, IN
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Fairlawn Cemetery, Kentland, IN

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Author, Columnist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Fables in Slang

Father: John Ade
Mother: Adaline Bush
Sister: Ella M. Ade (m. Warren T. McCray)

    University: BS, Purdue University (1887)

    The Chicago Record (1890-1900)
    Chicago Morning News (1890, renamed The Chicago Record)
    The Call
    Lafayette Morning News Reporter
    Sigma Chi Fraternity

Author of books:
Artie (1896)
Pink Marsh (1897)
Doc' Horne: A Story of the Streets and Town (1899)
Fables in Slang (1900)
Forty Modern Fables (1901)
The Girl Proposition (1902)
Handsome Cyril (1903)
Breaking Into Society (1904)
True Bills (1904)
In Pastures New (1906)
The Slim Princess (1907)
I Knew Him When-- (1910)
Hoosier Hand Book and Guide for the Returning Exile (1911)
Verses and Jingles (1911, poetry)
Knocking the Neighbors (1912)
Ade's Fables (1914)
Hand-Made Fables (1920)
Single Blessedness and Other Observations (1922)
Stay Me with Flagons (1922)
Bang! Bang! (1928)
The Old-Time Saloon (1931)
Revived Remarks on Mark Twain (1936)
One Afternoon with Mark Twain (1939)

Wrote plays:
The Sultan of Sulu (1902)
The County Chairman (1903)
Peggy from Paris (1903)
The Sho-Gun (1904)
The College Widow (1904)

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