Grant Carpenter (1865–1936) was a newspaperman, attorney, and writer, and twin brother of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson. As a youth, Carpenter worked as an apprentice to a printer, and later as a newspaper reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. He studied law at the University of Michigan, and after earning his law degree, became an attorney for the Chinese Six Companies in San Francisco, and later served as an Assistant District Attorney. He became involved in San Francisco's performing arts circles, writing continued to be an interest, and he served as president of several associations, including the San Francisco Press Club.

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Carpenter. Grant Carpenter est un scénariste américain né le 21 février 1865 en Californie (États-Unis), décédé le 21 avril 1936 à Los Angeles (États-Unis). (fr)
  • Grant Carpenter (1865–1936) was a newspaperman, attorney, and writer, and twin brother of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson. As a youth, Carpenter worked as an apprentice to a printer, and later as a newspaper reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. He studied law at the University of Michigan, and after earning his law degree, became an attorney for the Chinese Six Companies in San Francisco, and later served as an Assistant District Attorney. He became involved in San Francisco's performing arts circles, writing continued to be an interest, and he served as president of several associations, including the San Francisco Press Club. In 1916, he moved to Manhattan, New York City, to begin a new career as a writer. In the 1920s, he moved to Los Angeles, California and pursued writing for Hollywood. He was the author two plays, The Dragon's Claws and The Concubine, several film scenarios, and two novels, Long Sweetening: A Romance of the Red Woods (New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1921, 306 pp.) and The Night Tide, A Story of Old Chinatown (The H. K. Fly Company, New York, 1920, 319 pp.). He served as president of the Screen Writers Guild and vice-president of the Authors League of America, now the Authors Guild. (en)
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Carpenter. Grant Carpenter est un scénariste américain né le 21 février 1865 en Californie (États-Unis), décédé le 21 avril 1936 à Los Angeles (États-Unis). (fr)
  • Grant Carpenter (1865–1936) was a newspaperman, attorney, and writer, and twin brother of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson. As a youth, Carpenter worked as an apprentice to a printer, and later as a newspaper reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. He studied law at the University of Michigan, and after earning his law degree, became an attorney for the Chinese Six Companies in San Francisco, and later served as an Assistant District Attorney. He became involved in San Francisco's performing arts circles, writing continued to be an interest, and he served as president of several associations, including the San Francisco Press Club. (en)
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