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Full Name: Rudolf Fisher
(1897-1934) Writer. Rudolph Fisher was an African American doctor who wrote "The City of Refuge," a short story; "The Caucasian Storms Harlem," an essay; and two novels, "The Walls of Jericho" and "The Conjure Man Dies," which is said to be the first mystery written by an African American. Fisher was born in Washington, District of Columbia, raised in Rhode Island, practiced medicine in Harlem, New York, and was an active participant in the Harlem Renaissence.
Author's Timeline:
1897 (Unknown) County
Rudolph John Chauncey Fisher was born in Washington, District of Columbia, on May 9, 1897. 
1934 New York County
Rudolph Fisher died at the Edgecombe Sanitarium in Manhattan, New York, on December 26, 1934. 
1987 (Unknown) County
The City of Refuge: The Collected Stories of Rudolph Fisher
(Pub: University of Missouri Press. ISBN: )
Collectiion of short stories, edited by John McCluskey Jr. 
1927 (Unknown) County
The Caucasian Storms Harlem
(Pub: American Mercury magazine. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/rudolph-fisher#ixzz2Si4N3DxI ISBN: )
1928 (Unknown) County
The Walls Of Jericho
(Pub: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN: )
1932 (Unknown) County
The Conjure-Man Dies: A Mystery Tale of Dark Harlem
(Pub: Covici-Friede. ISBN: )
1987 (Unknown) County
The Short Fiction of Rudolph Fisher
(Pub: Praeger. ISBN: 0313213488 / 978-0313213489)
Collection of short stories, edited by Margaret Perry. 
1934 Bronx County
Rudolph Fisher was interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, New York. 
1926 (Unknown) County
High Yaller
Short story. 
1933 (Unknown) County
Miss Cynthie
(Pub: Story Magazine. ISBN: )
Short story. 
1930 (Unknown) County
Common Meter
(Pub: The Baltimore African-American. ISBN: )
Short story. 
1927 (Unknown) County
Blades of Steel
(Pub: Atlantic Monthly. ISBN: )
Short story. 
? New York County
Dr. Fisher practiced medicine in Harlem, Manhattan, New York. 
? Queens County
Dr. Fisher had a home in Jamaica, Queens, New York. 

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