L. Frank BAUM
Birth name: Lyman Frank Baum
Hometown: Chittenango, New York, USA
(1900-05-17) Published the book, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz".
(1901) Published the book, "Dot and Tot of Merryland"
(1902) Published the book, "The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus"
(1903) Published the book, "The Magical Monarch of Mo"
(1904) Published the book, "The Marvelous Land of Oz".
(1907) Published the book, "Ozma of Oz"
(1908) Published the book, "Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz"
(1909) He founded a company to produce hand-colored slides featuring characters from his Oz books. These were shown while he narrated and an orchestra played background music.
(1910) Due to his health he moved to Hollywood, California where he lives in a newly built garden home called Ozcot.
(1910) Published the book, "The Emerald City of Oz"
(1911-06) His slide show company lost a great deal of money and was forced to file for bankruptcy.
(1913) Published the book, "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"
(1914) His new company called the Oz Film Company was formed.
(1914) Published the book, "Tik-Tok of Oz"
(1915) Published the book, "The Scarecrow of Oz"
(1916) Published the book, "Rinkitink in Oz"
(1916-06-04) His granddaughter Ozma Baum Mantele was born, named after the Oz Princess.
(1917) Published the book, "The Lost Princess of Oz"
(1918) Published the book, "The Tin Woodman of Oz"
(1919) Published the book, "The Magic of Oz"
(1919-05-06) After a protracted illness in his gall-bladder and a 24 hour coma, he past away. It was reported that his last words were "Now we can cross the Shifting Sands" a minute before he expired.
(1920) His final Oz written book was published which was titled, "Glinda of Oz".
(1953-03-06) His wife Maud Gage Baum past away.
(2006-08) His descendants went to South Dakota to give an official apology to Native Americans for newspaper editorials that Baum wrote in the late 1800s advocating the wide-scale extermination of all American Indians.
Date of death: 1919-05-06
Height: 185 cm
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