Strangers to Us All
Lawyers and Poetry

George A. Work

San Francisco

San Francisco lawyer; son of a plantation owner; born
in Mississippi

"The author was born near Jackson, Mississippi, on a plantation which had been owned by his grandfather and his father. He spent part of his childhood in Mississippi and was reared in Texas." [book jacket, George Work, White Man's Harvest (London: Heath Cranton Limited, 1932)(novel with African-American characters; much of the dialogue is in dialect)]

Poetry

George A. Work, Fragments of Poems 1938 (Geraldine G. Work, 1938)

Writings

George Work, White Man's Harvest (London: Heath Cranton Limited, 1932)