Books about Rathvon:

booksRandom House Guide to Cryptic Crosswords: How to Solve America's Trickiest Puzzles, Plus 65 of Cox & Rathvon's... by Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon (Feb 6, 1996)

booksThe New York Times Acrostic Puzzles Volume 10: 50 Engaging Acrostics from the Pages of The New York Times by Rathvon... (1600)

booksThe Boston Globe Sunday Crossword Puzzles, Volume 14 by Hook, Henry, Cox, Emily, Rathvon, Henry (2005) Spiral-bound... (1000)

booksEarly Reading Assessment: A Practitioner's Handbook 1st (first) Edition by Rathvon PhD, Natalie published by The... (0010)

booksAnswer of Adam H. Dickey James A. Neal Edward A. Merritt William R. Rathvon Members of the Christian Science Board... by Anonymous (Feb 13, 2012)

booksJohn V. Dittemore, Plaintiff, v. Adam H. Dickey, James A. Neal, Edward A. Merritt, William R. Rathvon and Annie... by Anonymous (Feb 13, 2012)

booksThe Boston Globe Sunday Crossword Omnibus, Volume 1 by Hook, Henry, Cox, Emily, Rathvon, Henry (2001) (1000)


Wiki information Rathvon:

Henry Rathvon
Man, Person

Henry Rathvon is a puzzle writer. He and his partner, Emily Cox, wrote The Atlantic Puzzler, a cryptic crossword featured each month in the magazine The Atlantic Monthly from September 1977 to October 2009. They also create acrostic puzzles for the...

William R. Rathvon
Writer, Deceased Person, Person

William Roedel Rathvon, CSB, sometimes incorrectly referred to as William V. Rathvon or William V. Rathbone, is the only known eye-witness to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, of the over 10,000 witnesses, to have left an audio recording...