He became president of University Publishers Inc. in 1958. A Flash of Gold (1922). Spanish Faith: A Romance of Old Mexico and the Caribbean (1926).
Atta: A Novel of a Most Extraordinary Adventure is a science fiction novel by Francis Rufus Bellamy published in 1953. In 1954 the novel was published back-to-back with Murray Leinster's The Brain Stealers as Ace Double D-079. Atta is a Robinson Crusoe-like tale of a man who is hit by lightning and wakes up, to find himself half an inch tall. He befriends a talking warrior ant named Atta and has many adventures.
Francis Rufus Bellamy’s most popular book is Atta. Showing 30 distinct works. Atta by. Francis Rufus Bellamy.
The Brain-Stealers with Atta. NSCD2/?tag prabook0b-20. Blood Money The Story of U. S. Treasury Secret Agents.
Francis R. Bellamy Francis Rufus Bellamy (December 24, 1886 New . The Architect at Mid-Century Vol. II: Conversations Across the Nation (1954). "TIME Magazine Archive Article - Scribner's Raised - Oct. 30, 1939: by Celu Amberstone".
The Private Life of George Washington (1951).
He became president of University Publishers Inc. The Private Life of George Washington (1951).
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Francis Rufus Bellamy. We hold these truths. The story of White Rock. The private life of George Washington.