Doomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909; by Our Calendar the Year 1920

TitleDoomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909; by Our Calendar the Year 1920
Year for Search1920
Authors[Rosewater], [Frank](1856-1934)
Tertiary AuthorsQueen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe [pseud.]
Date Published1920
PublisherFrank Rosewater, Publisher
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Atlism, in which everyone must spend their entire income to promote production, brings eutopia. 

Info Notes

See also 1894, 1908, 1917, and 1925 Rosewater.

Illustration

Illus. R. Emmett Owen.

Pseudonym

Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

DLC, NN, PSt

Author Note

(1856-1934)

Full Text

1920 [Rosewater, Frank] (1856-1934). Doomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909 ; by Our Calendar the Year 1920. Illus. R. Emmett Owen. New York: Frank Rosewater, Publisher. DLC, NN, PSt

Atlism, in which everyone must spend their entire income to promote production, brings eutopia. See also 1894, 1908, 1917, and 1925 Rosewater.