Edward Streeter

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Edward Streeter (August 1, 1891 – March 31, 1976), sometimes credited as E. Streeter, was an American novelist, banker and journalist. He was best known for writing the 1949 novel Father of the Bride and his Dere Mable series. Streeter was born in Buffalo, New York.[1] He began writing novels while he was Vice President of Fifth Avenue Bank.

Streeter died on March 31, 1976 in New York City, aged 84.

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  1. Serafin, Steven R.; Bendixen, Alfred, eds. (2005). The Continuum Encyclopedia of American Literature. A&C Black. p. 1106. ISBN 9780826417770.