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The Six Best Cellars Holworthy Hall

The Six Best Cellars

Holworthy Hall

Published September 1st 2013
ISBN : 9781479413454
Hardcover
116 pages
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 About the Book 

Harold Everett Porter (1887-1936) was an American writer of light fiction, especially college stories and romances. He used the pseudonym Holworthy Hall -- a dormitory ft his alma mater, Harvard. Hugh MacNair Kahler (1883-1969) was also a writer ofMoreHarold Everett Porter (1887-1936) was an American writer of light fiction, especially college stories and romances. He used the pseudonym Holworthy Hall -- a dormitory ft his alma mater, Harvard. Hugh MacNair Kahler (1883-1969) was also a writer of light fiction, who sometimes wrote under the pseudonym Blair Hall -- a dormitory at his alma mater, Princeton. May Wilson Preston (1873-1949) was an artist and illustrator who was a member of the Ash Can School of modern art and exhibited at the 1913 Armory Show in New York. She was active in the suffrage movement and illustrated How It Feels to Be the Husband of a Suffragette. In the Preface to The Six Best Cellars, the authors state Any one attempting to take the story seriously will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, and go on to describe the effects of looming Prohibition on the lives of the suburban upper middle class.