Stephen W. Meader

Novelist, Author

1892 – 1977

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Who was Stephen W. Meader?

Stephen W. Meader was the author of over forty novels for young readers. His optimistic stories generally tended to either concern young men developing independent businesses in the face of adversity, or else young men caught up in adventures during different periods in American history.

Meader graduated from Haverford College in Philadelphia in 1913, and initially worked in Newark, New Jersey as a cruelty officer with the Essex County Children's Aid Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and by 1915 was working for the Big Brother Movement. After working for a Chicago publishing house in 1916, he took a position with the Circulation Department of the Curtis Publishing Company in Philadelphia, eventually reaching the position of Editor of the Sales Division publications. His first novel, The Black Buccaneer, was the first juvenile publication of the newly founded Harcourt, Brace and Howe. Today all of his novels are available in reprint from Southern Skies.

He moved his family to Moorestown Township, New Jersey in 1922.

A biography of Meader is also available from the Southern Skies website.

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Born
May 2, 1892
Providence
Also known as
  • Stephen Meader
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Haverford College
Died
Jul 18, 1977
Cape May Court House

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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