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Ronald Campbell Ronald Campbell i(A8526 works by) (a.k.a. Ronald Grayson Campbell; R. G. Campbell; Ronald G. Campbell)
Also writes as: Rex Grayson ; W. Ingram Morgan ; Ingram Morgan ; Michael Wynyard
Born: Established: 3 Apr 1896 Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 20 Apr 1970 Brisbane, Queensland,
Gender: Male
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Father of Catherine Bateson. Ron Campbell joined the Australian Journal as a budding crime writer in the early 1920s and subsequently took on responsibility of producing a story each month under the pseudonym Rex Grayson. He was appointed editor in 1926 and continued in that role until 1954 when the magazine was sold by its long-time owners Massina & Company. (Source: Osborne, Roger, Behind the Book : Vance Palmer's Short Stories and Australian Magazine Culture in the 1920s, JASAL; vol.6 no.1; 2007 pp 49-64.)

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