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Stewart Holbrook

Stewart Hall Holbrook (1893 - 1964) was a lumberjack, writer, and popular historian. His writings focused on what he called the "Far Corner": Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. A self-proclaimed "low-brow" historian, his topics included Ethan Allen, the railroads, the timber industry, the Wobblies, and eccentrics of the Pacific Northwest.

He wrote for the Oregonian for over thirty years, and authored dozens of books:

He also produced a number of paintings under the pseudonym of "Mr. Otis."