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'''Elizabeth Starr “Betty” Cummings''', who used the [[pennames]] '''Elizabeth Starr''' and '''Elizabeth Sloan''', was a [[pro]] who wrote for Timely Comics and the Sangor Studio as well as the pulps before moving into children's books, bylined under her married name, '''Elizabeth Starr Hill'''.
 
'''Elizabeth Starr “Betty” Cummings''', who used the [[pennames]] '''Elizabeth Starr''' and '''Elizabeth Sloan''', was a [[pro]] who wrote for Timely Comics and the Sangor Studio as well as the pulps before moving into children's books, bylined under her married name, '''Elizabeth Starr Hill'''.
  
The daughter of [[sf]] writers [[Gabrielle Wilson]] and [[Ray Cummings]], at age 14, Betty  attended the first [[Worldcon]], [[Nycon]] in 1939, with her father.  
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The daughter of [[sf]] writers [[Gabrielle Wilson]] and [[Ray Cummings]], then 14-year-old Betty  attended the first [[Worldcon]], [[Nycon]] in 1939, with her father.  
  
  
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(November 4, 1925 – September 12, 2017)

Elizabeth Starr “Betty” Cummings, who used the pennames Elizabeth Starr and Elizabeth Sloan, was a pro who wrote for Timely Comics and the Sangor Studio as well as the pulps before moving into children's books, bylined under her married name, Elizabeth Starr Hill.

The daughter of sf writers Gabrielle Wilson and Ray Cummings, then 14-year-old Betty attended the first Worldcon, Nycon in 1939, with her father.



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