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Laura Lee Hope

Around 1978 the Stratemeyer Syndicate made a sheet with the "official" signatures of pen names used on the series available in print at the time.  This is the "Laura Lee Hope" signature.  The Syndicate staff practiced these signatures in case an occasion required a signed book to be sent out.  Generally, though, they did not have book signings in the modern practice.

Around 1978 the Stratemeyer Syndicate made a sheet with the “official” signatures of pen names used on the series available in print at the time. This is the “Laura Lee Hope” signature. The Syndicate staff practiced these signatures in case an occasion required a signed book to be sent out. Generally, though, they did not have book signings in the modern practice.

“Laura Lee Hope” was one of the Syndicate’s most frequently used pseudonyms.  It was first used for the Bobbsey Twins series and other books for the youngest audience.  However, it was also used for older readers as well.  The Stratemeyer Syndicate series that used the name are:

  • The Bobbsey Twins series (1904—1979)
  • The Outdoor Girls series (1913—1933)
  • The Moving Picture Girls series (1914—1916)
  • The Bunny Brown series (1916—1931)
  • The Six Little Bunkers series (1918—1930)
  • The Make-Believe series (1920—1923)
  • The Blythe Girls series (1925—1932)
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