HOBSON, RICHMOND PEARSON, JR., 1907-1966

Biography:

Realtor, cattleman, author. Born– November 27, 1907, in Washington, D.C. Parents– Richmond Pearson and Grizelda Houston (Hull) Hobson. Married– Gloria McIntosh of Vancouver, British Columbia. Children– One. Attended Stanford University.  Employed as a realtor in New York; ranch hand in Wyoming; owner with partner Pan Phillips of Frontier Cattle Company, 1936.  Settled in the Vanderhoof, British Columbia, area and operated a ranch there. His books were the basis of a popular series on Canadian public television. Died August 8, 1966.

Source:

New York Times, August 10, 1966.

Publication(s):

Grass Beyond the Mountains; …. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1951.

Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1961.

The Rancher Takes a Wife. Philadelphia; Lippincott, 1961.