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Lawyers and Poetry

Landon Chapman


"Landon Chapman is a graduate of the Micigan Law School, has been an . . . executive in several banking institutions, has been an elected County Judge, a syndicate newspaper columnist, a correspondent for a group of newspapers at the major political-party conventions of 1932, and a delegate to the Republican Convention in 1936. Responding to the call of wanderlust, he has stramped throught the United States, shipped on a freighter to Africa, crossed part of the Sahara Desert, then roamed Europe extensively. Several book manuscripts are completed." [Margaret Nelson (ed.), The Yearbook of Contemporary Poetry 1937 613 (New York: Avon House, 1937)]