A. Hyatt Verrill
(1871 -- 1954)
Alpheus Hyatt Verrill, known as Hyatt Verrill was an American zoologist, explorer, inventor, illustrator and author.
He was the son of Addison Emery Verrill, the first professor of zoology at Yale University.
He authored many books on natural history and SF.
SF historian/critic Everett F. Bleiler described Verrill's "lost race" stories as "more literate than most of their competition, but stodgy."
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