Crosby, Oscar Terry, 1861 -1947 (traveller and writer)
- Existence: 1861 - 1947
Crosby was a keen explorer. In 1900 he visited areas of Abyssinia (now Ethiopia) and Soudan (also known as Sudan). In 1903 he travelled to Turkestan and Tibet. In 1915 he went on an expedition to Borneo. In 1927 he visited South West Africa (now Namibia). Crosby died in January 1947 ('Who was who in America' 1950, p.136).
Crosby, Oscar Terry (1892), 'The electric railway in theory and practice'. New York: W.J. Johnston Co.
Crosby, Oscar Terry (1905), 'Tibet and Turkestan, journey through old lands and a study of new conditions'. New York; London : G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Crosby, Oscar Terry (1910), 'Strikes: when to strike, how to strike, a book of suggestion for the buyers and sellers of labour'. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Crosby, Oscar Terry (1919), 'International war, its causes and its cure'. London, Macmillan and Co., Limited.
Crosby, Oscar Terry (1926), 'Adam and Eve'. Boston: Stratford Company.
'Who was who in America' (1950). Chicago: A.N. Marquis and Company.