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  • Lynn Riggs - Wikipedia

    Rollie Lynn Riggs (August 31, 1899 – June 30, 1954) was an American author, poet, playwright and screenwriter born on a farm near Claremore, Oklahoma.

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    View the profiles of people named Lynn Riggs. Join Facebook to connect with Lynn Riggs and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share...

  • Riggs, Rollie Lynn | The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History ...

    Lynn Riggs is the Southwest's most important playwright and a significant folk artist. His best-known play, Green Grow the Lilacs, became one of the world's greatest ...

  • Lynn Riggs :: Rodgers & Hammerstein :: Bio Details

    Lynn Riggs was the author of GREEN GROW THE LILACS, originally produced by the Theatre Guild in 1931 and later used by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II as the ...

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    View the profiles of professionals named Lynn Riggs on LinkedIn. There are 20+ professionals named Lynn Riggs, who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and ...

  • Lynn Riggs | Whitepages

    View phone, address history, email, public records for the 68 people named Lynn Riggs. Whitepages is the most trusted directory.

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    The Theatre Guild Presents Oklahoma! : Vocal Score -- Based on the Play "Green Grow the Lilacs" By Lynn Riggs 1943

  • Lynn Riggs Obituary - Zanesville, OH | Times Recorder

    Lynn A. Riggs McCONNELSVILLE: Lynn Ann Riggs, 53 of McConnelsville passed away peacefully at Marietta Memorial Hospital after a lengthy battle with cancer. Lynn was ...

  • Lynn Riggs - IMDb

    Famous playwright and poet Lynn Riggs is most famous for writing the play "Green Grow the lilacs" which was a not too successful 1931 off Broadway play.

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