Noel E. Sainsbury, Jr. (1884 - 1955)
Noel Everingham Sainsbury, Jr. (born June 11, 1884, New York City-d. 1955, Lake Worth, Florida) was an author of various children's adventure and mystery novels during the late 1920s and the 1930s. In addition to the Great Ace and Bill Bolton, Naval Aviator series written under his own name, he also contributed to the Dorothy Dixon and Malay Jungle series under various pseudonyms. He also wrote some sports-themed juvenile books, including Gridiron Grit and The Fighting Five, as a part of his Champion Sport Stories series. Sainsbury was educated as an engineer and served as a naval aviator during World War I and in the Navy during World War II, retiring with the rank of lieutenant commander.
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