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LFBLyman Frank Baum (The Wizard of Oz author)
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LFBLiquid Fluidized Bed
LFBLaryngeal Foreign Body
LFBLocal Field Bandwidth
LFBLibrary File Builder
LFBLittle Fat Buddy (Internet slang)
LFBLondon's Finest Burglars
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But the story behind Oz began long before the 1939 film so let us skip along the Yellow Brick Road back to 1856 when Lyman Frank Baum was born in upstate New York, the son of a wealthy businessman.
The Wizard Of Oz premiered 75 years ago this month and the book that inspired it was penned by Lyman Frank Baum. The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz was published in 1900 and was among 14 of his Oz books.
Googling a runner L Frank Baum 5.00 Kempton Lyman Frank Baum was an American author who wrote that most famous of fantasy novels The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz.
Lyman Frank Baum, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and thirteen other Oz books, also wrote many fantasies for children that did not have Oz as a setting.
"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by Lyman Frank Baum: "Dorothy lived in the midst of the great Kansas prairies, with Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, though she came each summer to Oregon's Willamette Valley on a national cultural exchange program, GeoOz, driving a gravel truck for Wildish Sand & Gravel Co., even if the job was death to her killer red shoes."
1856: Lyman Frank Baum. Author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, which became the basis of the 1939 MGM musical The Wizard of Oz.