Charles R Jackson

  • American



Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1944/01/27 Charles R Jackson's novel "The Lost Weekend" is published in Farrar and Rinehart. Author The Lost Weekend (book)
1944/03/22 "One best-seller did it," Hedda Hopper reports MGM's announcement that they have signed a screenwriting contract with "The Lost Weekend" author, Charles Jackson. Author The Lost Weekend (film)
1944/04/12 Alone, Charles Jackson boards a train for Hollywood, as his wife, Rhoda, stays behind to orchestrate the family's move from a small apartment near Washington Square Park in New York City, to Six Chimney Farm. Author
1944/04/20 Charles Jackson stays at Beverly Wilshire. Guest Beverly Wilshire Hotel Beverly Hills
1945/04/15 The Jackson family moves to Six Chimney Farm, 594 Nh Route 10, Orford, NH. Home Orford Street Historic District Orford
1946/00/00 After Charles Jackson tires of the small-town bigotry exhibited in Orford, he moves to Sniffen Court where he will stay about a year. Home Sniffen Court Historic District New York City
1950/00/00 Charles R Jackson's collection of short stories "The Sunnier Side and Other Stories" is published by Farrar and Rinehart, Inc, New York. Author The Sunnier Side and Other Stories (Short Story Collection)

2 Creative Works by Charles R Jackson »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
The Lost Weekend (book) Author Novel 1944/01/27
  • 1000 or so Notable Novels and Novellas
The Sunnier Side and Other Stories (Short Story Collection) Author Short Story Collection 1950/00/00

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