Strangers to Us All
Lawyers and Poetry

Clarence P. Milligan

(1889- )

"Clarence P. Milligan attended Detroit College and Detroit School of Law. He holds A.B., M.A. and LL. D. degrees and is a lawyer. His poems have appeared in newspapers in Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York and elsewhere." [Edith Warren (ed.), Important American Poets 742 (New York: Valiant House, 1938)][Milligan was born in Detroit.]


Clarence P. Milligan, Blue Water Ballads: The Inland Seas (Philadelphia: Dorrance & Co., 1928)


Clarence P. Milligan, The Wonderland of John Devlin: A Novel (Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1945)

_______________, Tiger Comes To Amityville (Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1947)

_______________, Murder in the Tower: Echoes From Trumpets Along The Thames (Boston: Christopher Publishing
House, 1950)

_______________, Death Valley and Scotty (Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie
Press, 1942)

_______________, Captain William Kidd: Gentleman Or Buccaneer? (Philadelphia: Dorrance & Co., 1932)

_______________, Angel With a Spoon (New York: Lee Furman Inc., 1940)

_______________, Russia and the Woman: A Novel of the Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus (New York: Vantage, 1953)

_______________ (ed.), Michigan Poets: An Anthology of 36 Contemporaries (New York: Henry Harrison, 1936)