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Edgar Guest

Edgar GuestAKA Edgar Albert Guest

Born: 20-Aug-1881
Birthplace: Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Died: 5-Aug-1959
Location of death: Detroit, MI
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, MI

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: A Heap o' Livin'

The most popular poet in WWI/depression-era America.

    The Detroit Free Press Reporter (1895-, for 60 years)
    Naturalized US Citizen 1902

Author of books:
Just Glad Things (1911, poetry)
Breakfast Table Chat (1914)
A Heap O' Livin' Along Life's Highway (1916, poetry)
Just Folks (1917, poetry)
Over Here: War Time Rhymes (1918, poetry)
The Path to Home (1919)
When Day is Done (1921, poetry)
All That Matters (1922, poetry)
Poems of Patriotism (1922, poetry)
Making the House a Home (1922)
The Passing Throng (1923, poetry)
My Job as a Father and What My Father Did for Me (1923)
Rhymes of Childhood (1924, poetry)
Home (1925, poetry)
Mother (1925)
The Light of Faith (1926)
Harbor Lights of Home (1928, poetry)
The Friendly Way (1931, poetry)
Edgar A. Guest Broadcasting (1935)
Between You and Me: My Philosophy of Life (1938)
All In A Lifetime (1938)
Selected Poems by Edgar A. Guest (1940, poetry)
Collected Verse of Edgar A. Guest (1945, poetry)

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