A Canadian Bankclerk
Of this novel of Canadian business life and village and city social conditions in the early twentieth century, the author explains that his object is 'to enlighten the public concerning life behind the wicket and thus pave the way for the legitimate organization of bankclerks into a fraternal association, for their financial and social (including moral) betterment.'
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 366 pages
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
John Preston Buschlen (1888-1966) was a Canadian author. He also wrote under the pseudonyms A Flyer's Dad, Don Juan, Jack Preston and John Preston. His works include: A Canadian Bankclerk (1913), The War and Our Banks (1914), The World War (1914),Behind the Wicket (1914), The Drummer (1915), Peter Bosten (1915), Finding His Balance; or, The Bank Clerk Who Came Back (1915), Romance and the West: Falling Petals (1918), The Donkey, the Elephant and the Goat (1920), Screen Star (1932), Curtain of Life (1934), Not Ashamed: A Romance of the Tropics (1934), Heil! Hollywood(1939), Senor Plummer: The Life and Laughter of an Old- Californian (1942),Assembly Call (1943) and The Desert Battalion (1944).
Douglas Lochhead (1922-2011) was a professor emeritus of Mount Allison University.
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