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General Information:
Full Name: Damon Runyon
Biography:
(1880-1946) Short story writer. Damon Runyon moved to Manhattan, New York, in 1910; he lived at the Hotel Buckingham, 101 West 57th Street and has a memorial in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1946 Bronx County
Mr. Runyon's remains were cremated and the ashes scattered. There is a memorial in the Runyon family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, New York. 
1910 New York County
Mr. Runyon moved to Manhattan, New York, in 1910. 
1884 (Unknown) County
Damon Runyon was born Alfred Damon Runyon in Manhattan, Kansas, in October 1880. 
1946 New York County
Mr. Runyon died in Manhattan, New York, on December 10, 1946. 
1935 (Unknown) County
Money From Home
(Pub: F. A. Stokes Company ISBN: )
Short stories. 
1932 (Unknown) County
Guys and Dolls
(Pub: Amereon Ltd. ISBN: 0891904387 / 978-0891904380)
Short stories. 
1944 (Unknown) County
The Damon Runyon Omnibus
(Pub: The Sun Dial Press; Reprint edition ISBN: )
Collection of short stories. 
1958 (Unknown) County
A Treasury of Damon Runyon
(Pub: Random House / The Modern Library ISBN: 0394600533 / 978-0394600536)
Collection of short stories. 
1939 (Unknown) County
My Old Man
(Pub: Constable ISBN: )
Collection of essays. 
1937 (Unknown) County
More Than Somewhat
(Pub: Constable and Co Limited ISBN: )
Collection of short stories. 
1950 (Unknown) County
Runyon on Broadway
(Pub: Constable ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1944 (Unknown) County
Runyon à la Carte
(Pub: Constable ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1986 (Unknown) County
Romance in the Roaring Forties and other stories
(Pub: William Morrow & Company ISBN: 0688054218 / 978-0688054212)
Collection of short stories. 
1949 (Unknown) County
Runyon First and Last
(Pub: J. B. Lippincott ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 

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