Frederick Libby: fred-ric libby
Frederick Libby was born in Sterling, Colorado and died in Los Angeles,
California in 1970 leaving behind his memoir which was published in August,
2000 as Horses Don't Fly.
Born and raised on a ranch in Sterling he learned horse breaking, cattle driving and had many humorous adventures as a child. In his 20's he ventured into France with the Canadian Army and eventually fought in the air battle over the Western Front. When he returned to the U.S. after WWI he became an oil wildcatter and later founded a Cargo Airline which later became Western Airlines.
In the 1960's historian friends encouraged him to write his memoirs. Thus, Horses Don't Fly. He also wrote many short stories and a screenplay which are yet unpublished.
This biography was last updated on 06/14/2011.
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