Born: in Farmer City, Illinois
Pen Name: John E. Cramer Connection to Illinois: Cramer was born in Farmer City, graduated from Northwestern University, lived in Chicago and worked at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Biography: The late John E. Cramer was born in Farmer City, Illinois. He joined the Navy in 1940 and on December 7, 1941, he was stationed at Ford Island Naval Air Station in Pearl Harbor. He received his B.A. from Arkansas State Teacher College (now University of Central Arkansas) where he got his first job in broadcasting. He received his M.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University. While at Northwestern, he worked at ABC News in Chicago as a newswriter-editor. After a few years in radio, he accepted a position at Arkansas State College (now AR State University) and was hired to prepare an FCC application for a college-owned Educational Radio Station, and to establish a curriculum in Radio News. While there, he met several published authors who taught at the university. His next move took him to the University of Illinois as News Director for WILL-AM radio and as a teacher of radio courses. After twenty years, he returned to Arkansas and taught radio and TV News courses.
|No man's a mountain /
ISBN: 1878044486 OCLC: 35237886 Mayhaven Publishing, Mahomet, IL : 1996. In 1870s Kansas, a man and son inherit a ranch from the man's brother who was killed in mysterious circumstances. The mystery clears up when they meet their powerful and ruthless neighbor.
|Seven rode together /
ISBN: 1878044923 OCLC: 50807222 Mayhaven Pub., Mahomet, IL : ©2002.