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(September 22, 1918 – January 15, 1987)
Vernell W. Coriell founded the Burroughs Bibliophiles with his wife Rita. He published the Burroughs Bulletin and the Barsoomian Bazaar.
He also originated the House of Greystoke club.
Coriell served in World War II with the 105th Parachute Battalion. In his youth, he worked as an acrobat in vaudeville and at fairs and circuses, along with his family.
- See File 770 64, p. 5 for an obituary.
- Pekin Daily Times obituary.
- Autobiography in ERBzine.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1986 — Big Heart Award
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