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General Information:
Full Name: Ellen Tarry
Biography:
(1906-2008) Author. Ellen Tarry was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and died in New York, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1906 (Unknown) County
Ellen Tarry was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1906. 
1929 New York County
Ms. Tarry moved to New York City in 1929. She became involved with the Bank Street School in Manhattan, New York. 
2008 (Unknown) County
Ellen Tarry died in 2008 in New York City. 
1940 (Unknown) County
Janie Belle
(Pub: New York, New York: Garden City Publishing. ISBN: )
Children's book; illustrated by Myrtle Sheldon. 
1942 (Unknown) County
Hezekiah Horton
(Pub: New York, New York: Viking Press. ISBN: )
Children's book; illustrated by Oliver Harrington. 
1946 (Unknown) County
My Dog Rinty
(Pub: New York, New York: Viking Press. ISBN: )
Children's book; co-written with Marie Hall Ets, and illustrated by Alexander and Alexandra Alland. 
1950 (Unknown) County
The Runaway Elephant
(Pub: New York, New York: Viking Press. ISBN: )
Children's book; illustrated by Oliver Harrington. 
1955 (Unknown) County
The Third Door: The Autobiography Of An American Negro Woman
(Pub: New York, New York: McKay. ISBN: )
Autobiography. 
1958 (Unknown) County
Katherine Drexel: Friend Of The Neglected
(Pub: New York, New York: Farrar, Straus. ISBN: )
Biography; illustrated by Donald Bolognese. 
1998 (Unknown) County
Pierre Toussaint: Apostle Of Old New York
(Pub: Boston. ISBN: )
Biography. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Martin de Porres: Saint Of The New World
(Pub: Coos Bay, Oregon: Vision Books. ISBN: )
Biography; illustrated by James Fox. 
1967 (Unknown) County
Young Jim: The Early Years Of James Weldon Johnson
(Pub: New York City: Dodd. ISBN: )
Biography. 
1981 (Unknown) County
The Other Toussaint: A Modern Biography Of Pierre Toussaint, A Post-Revolutionary Black
(Pub: Boston: St. Paul Editions. ISBN: )
 

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