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Garrett P. Serviss

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Garrett P. Serviss
Born March 24, 1851(1851-03-24)
Sharon Springs, Schoharie, New York
Died May 25, 1929 (78)
Englewood, Bergen, New Jersey
Burial Maple Avenue Cemetery, Fultonville, N.Y.
Alma mater Cornell University (B.S., 1872); Columbia College Law School (LL.D., 1874)
Workplace(s) New York Tribune, reporter (1874-76); New York Sun, reporter (1876), assistant-editor (1877-82), night-editor (1882-92)

Garrett Putnam Serviss (March 24, 1851 - May 25, 1929) was an American journalist, lecturer (with an emphasis on popular astronomy), and author.

Selected Bibliography

Fiction

  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1898), "Edison's Conquest of Mars", various newspapers 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1900), The Moon Metal, New York and London: Harper & Brothers 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1909), "A Columbus of Space", All-Story Weekly 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1909), "The Sky Pirate", Scrapbook 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1911-1912), "The Second Deluge", The Cavalier Magazine 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1915), "The Moon Maiden", Argosy 

Non-Fiction, Astronomy

  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1888), Astronomy Through an Opera Glass 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1901), Pleasures of the Telescope 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1901), Other Worlds: Their Nature, Possibilities and Habitability in the Light of the Latest Discoveries 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1907), The Moon 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1908), Astronomy with the Naked Eye 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1909), Curiosities of the Sky 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1910), Round the Year with the Stars 
  • Serviss, Garrett P. (1912), Astronomy in a Nutshell