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R.M. Farley (w/SG Weinbaum)

Roger Milne Farley is the pseudonym of American constitutional lawyer, writer and teacher Roger Sherman Hoar (b. 1887 - d. 1963) for all his sf work except two 1938 stories published in Amazing as by Lt John Pease. Hoar was educated at Harvard and had a remarkably varied career, which included teaching such subjects as mathematics and engineering, inventing a system of aiming large guns by the stars, and serving as a Massachusetts state senator.

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