|Arthur Frank Wertheim Biography
Arthur Frank Wertheim has written several books on 20th Century American culture, including The New York Little Renaissance and Radio Comedy. He has also co-edited with Barbara Bair three volumes of the Papers of Will Rogers and edited Will Rogers at the Ziegfeld Follies and American Popular Culture. A former American history professor at the University of Southern California and other universities, as well as an administrator at the University of California, Los Angeles, his awards include a Fulbright grant to teach at the University of Indonesia.
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