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====Bedford-Jones, H(enry James O'Brien)====

The "King of the Pulps," H. Bedford-Jones (1887-1949) was one of the most profilic fictioneers, with a career that spanned from 1911 until his death 38 years later.

>>**Henry James O'Brien Bedford-Jones**
**Born:** 1887
**Died:** May 1949>>Here would be a more detailed biography of the pulp contributor. Can be as long as necessary. This section can be subdivided as needed. Such as...

===The stories===
For instance, this could be a section with the contributorís most important or famous stories/novels/covers/illustrations/etc. This would not be a complete listing of the contributor's works. Just a sampling of the significant contributions.

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