Adams, Eustace Lane, 1891-1963
- Existence: 1891 - 1963
Eustace Lane Adams was born in 1891. He was an editor and author who served in the American Ambulance Service and the US Naval Service during World War I. In the 1930s he was a prolific contributor of aviation-linked tales to journals like "Argosy." Most of books are tales for boys, the best-known of these being the Andy Lane series of Airplane Boys adventures, beginning with "Fifteen Days in the Air"(1928). Other publications include "Over the Polar Ice" (1928), "Pirates of the Air" (1929), "Without a Pilot" (1930), "Wings of Adventure" (1931) and "Prisoner of the Clouds" (1932). Adams died in 1963.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Overview "Death Charter" (1943). The collection contains the typescript of the World War II novel by Eustace L. Adams.