Janet Ayer Fairbank
Pen Name: None
Genres: Fiction, Poetry
Born: 1878 in Chicago, Illinois
Janet Ayer was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was elder sister to author Margaret Ayer Barnes.
Biographical and Professional Information
Janet attended private schools before enrolling at the University of Chicago. Janet Ayer was married to Kellogg Fairbank, a lawyer, to whom she bore three children. Fairbank joined the women’s suffrage movement, and became incresingly involved in political matters.
During WW I she joined the Progressive Party and the National Defense committees, and she also performed valuable hospital work in Chicago.
- The Cortlandts of Washington Square, University of California Library, 1922
- The Smiths, Bobbs Merrill, 1925
- Idle Hands, Bobbs Merrill, 1927
- The Lion's Den, Arrowsmith, 1931
- The Bright Land, Arrowsmith, 1934
- Rich Man. Poor Man, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1936
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The Cortlandts of Washington Square
Release Date: 1922-01-01
Release Date: 1925
Release Date: 1927
Rich Man, Poor Man
Release Date: 1936
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