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Ridgwell Cullum (1867–1943)

Ridgwell Cullum was the pseudonym of British author and adventurer Sidney Groves Burghard. He was born in London, England on August 13, 1867 where, as a young man not yet eighteen, he chose leave England to prospect for gold in the Transvaal region of South Africa. Later he traveled to the Cape of Good Hope, where he became involved in the ... See full bio »


(age 76)

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 1923 The Man Who Won (novel "Twins of Suffering Creek")
 1922 Trail of the Axe (story)
 1920 The Night Riders (novel)
 1919 Way of the Strong (novel)
 1919 The Forfeit (novel)
 1917 The Son of His Father (story)

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The Girls of Gottenberg (1908). Musical comedy. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Book by L.E. Berman and George Grossmith Jr. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood. Featuring songs by W.T. Francis and Jerome Kern. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Grossmith Jr. and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics for "Clementine" by J.B. ... See more »

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