William Dufty  

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William Francis Dufty (February 2, 1916 – June 28, 2002) was an American writer, musician, and activist, best remembered for his book Sugar Blues.

Books

  • 1956: Lady Sings the Blues, Billie Holiday with William Dufty
  • 1958: My Father- My Son, Edward G Robinson, Jr. with William Dufty
  • 1965: You Are All Sanpaku, Sakurazawa Nyoiti with William Dufty
  • 1966: Spoiled Priest: the Autobiography of an Ex-Priest, Gabriel Longo, University Books
  • 1969: Mannequin My Life as a Model, Carolyn Kenmore, Bartholomew House Press
  • 1975: Sugar Blues
  • 1980: Swanson on Swanson, Gloria Swanson, Random House





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