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Ross Lockridge Jr.

Writer Ross Lockridge Jr. (RLJ), killed himself on March 6, 1948, just two months after his book "Raintree County" was published. RLJ, pictured here is signing autographs at an L. S. Ayres department store in Indianapolis on January 20, 1948. This is the last known photograph of RLJ. | Photo by Robert Lavelle, The Indianapolis News, courtesy of Larry Lockridge

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