Very good. New York. 1953. Pocket Books. 1st Pocket Books Paperback Printing. Wear To Bottom Spine, Otherwise Good In Slightly Worn Wrappers. 215 pages. October 1953. 975. paperback. Robert Patrick Wilmot was born in Butte, Montana and ran at sixteen to Mexico. He took a fling at Hollywood and did stints in Minneapolis and Chicago as a reporter. For some years he was the reluctant proprietor of a traveling carnival which he inherited from his father. When the depression and hostile sheriffs put the carnival out of business, he became a publicity man and eventually editor of a large newspaper in the Pacific Northwest. As editor of the Portland (OR) labor paper THE WOODWORKER-an organ of the Columbus River district of the CIO's International Woodworkers of America – Wilmot reportedly came across Harry Bridges.
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