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Henry Clay Fairman
"Fairman, Henry Clay, lawyer and editor, was born in Mississippi in 1849. For a while he engaged successfully in the practice of law; but he afterward went into journalism and became editor of The Sunny South. Besides numerous contributions to the press both in prose and in verse, he published in 1896 a volume entitled: 'The Third World, a Tale of Love and Strange Adventure' (1894)."
[Source: Edwin Anderson Alderman & Joel Chandler Harris (eds.), Library of Southern Literature 144 (New Orleans: Martin & Hoyt Co., 1910)(1907)(Vol. 15, Biographical Dictionary of Southern Authors, 1929, Lucian Lamar Knight ed.)][See also: James B. Loyd (ed.), Lives of Mississippi Authors, 1817-1967 159 (Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, 2009)]
Henry Clay Fairman, The Third World: A Tale of Love and Strange Adventure (New York: Trans-Atlantic Publishing Company, 1896)
Henry Clay Fairman & Joseph Tyrone Derry, Chronicles of the Old Guard of the Gate City Guard, Atlanta, Georgia, 1858-1915 (Atlanta: Byrd Printing Company, 1915)