FARRAR, LARSTON DAWN, 1915-1970

Newspaper correspondent, writer, Born– February 25, 1915, Birmingham. Parents– Sam Cross and Mabel Elon (Canterbury) Farrar. Married. Children– One. Education– Attended Birmingham-Southern College, and Emory University; Millsap College, A.B., 1940. Served as secretary for the Corinth, Miss. Chamber of Commerce, 1940-1941; Johnson City, Tennessee Chamber of Commerce, 1941-1942; editor of Nation’s Business, 1942-1943; assistant to the Chairman of Republican National Committee, 1943-1944; correspondent for Gannett National Service, 1945-1946; free-lance writer, 1946-; publisher of American Surveyor, Photogrammitrist, and Author and Journalist. Correspondent for several business journals.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vols. 1R and 29R.

Publication(s):

Conflict of Interest. New York; Bartholomew House, 1970.

How to Make $18,000 a Year Free-Lance Writing. New York; Hawthorn, 1957.

The Sins of Sandra Shaw. New York; Signet Books, 1958.

Successful Writers and How They Work. New York; Hawthorn, 1959.

Washington Lowdown. New York; Signet Books, 1956.

Whatever Happened to the White Backlash? New York; Macfadden, 1965.