Artist, writer. Born–August 27,  1903, Stillwater, N.Y. Parents–George H. and Emma Bunce.   Married-  Florence Navada McBryde, August 19, 1931. Education– Columbia University; New York School of Design.  Staff Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps, WWII.  Supervising draftsman and artist on the TVA-WPA archaeological survey of the Chickamauga Basin and a participant in the National Writers Program that produced the publications  Alabama, A Guide to the Deep South and Tennessee, A Guide to the Volunteer State. Died May 29, 2001.


Authors of Books for Young People, 1964.


Chula, Son of the Mound Builders, New York; Dutton, 1942.

Dragon Prows Westward. New York; Harcourt, 1946.

Freight Train. New York; Putnam, 1954.

Here Comes the School Train. New York; Dutton, 1953.

Horned Snake Medicine; a Story of the Mound Builders. New York; Dutton, 1945.

The Iron Horse Goes to War. Washington, D.C.; School and College Service, Association of American Railroads, 1960.

Son of the Iroquois. Philadephia; MacRae Smith, 1936.

Trails, a Book of Animal Stories. Nashville; Broadman Press, 1935.

Treasure Was Their Quest. New York; Harcourt, 1947.

War Belts of Pontiac. New York; Dutton, 1943.