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T. H. Cochran T. H. Cochran i(A140825 works by)
Gender: Male
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Contributing the topical social column, 'This, That and Them', T. H. Cochran was a journalist who wrote as the 'London Representative' for The Home.

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  • The May 1932 issue of The Home contains 'The Cochran' (by G. L.), a brief section in which a contributor recounts: 'In the course of my travels it has been my fortune to meet many famous authors from Bernard Shaw to Hector Bolitho, but none of them compare with the omnipresent T. H. Cochran. Wherever the great gather, there also is T. H. C. ...among the magnificent...writing his notes for The Home'. (content appears in the topical monthly column, 'Contributed Comments (and Complaints)')
  • T. H. Cochran may also have written as T. H. C. (q.v.). In addition to the indexed review, 'With a Passport and Two Eyes', a writer using the pseudonym T. H. C. also contributed two brief commentaries, 'Australian Huxley' (April 1933) and 'To Be or Not to Be British?' (June 1933), to the 'Contributed Comments' column of The Home.
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