Faith Baldwin (October 1, 1893 – March 18, 1978) was a very successful U.S. author of romance and fiction, publishing some 100 novels, often concentrating on women juggling career and family. The New York Times said that her books had "never a pretense at literary significance" and were popular because they "enabled lonely working people, young and old, to identify with her glamorous and wealthy characters."
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... Pakenham) Broadway Interlude (1929) (with Faith Baldwin) They Were So Young (1929) Broadway Sensation (1930) (with Faith Baldwin) The Bungalow On the Roof (1931) The Lady in the Veil (1931) Girl On the Make (1 ...
... Trust (1960) Harvest of Hope (1962) The West Wind (1963) Living By Faith (1964) Lonely Man (1964) The Lonely Doctor (1964) Search For Tomorrow (1966) Novel based on ...
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“All over Harlem, Negro boys and girls are growing into stunted maturity, trying desperately to find a place to stand; and the wonder is not that so many are ruined but that so many survive.”
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