Mountain Press Publishing Missoula Montana
John Frohlicher
John C. Frohlicher was born in Kalispell, Montana, in 1901. He studied English at the University of Montana and was editor of The Frontier, the universityís literary magazine. While at school in the 1920s, he worked summers for the Flathead National Forest, and much of his writing deals with his experiences in forestry and fighting fire. He went into journalism, working for the Butte Standard and then the Missoulian. He was engaged to John Taylorís sister-in-law, Elsie Hauck, but she died in 1928, before they were married. He moved to St. Paul, Minnesota, in the 1930s but stayed in touch with the Taylors and edited the memoir in the late 1960s. Frohlicher died in 1988.

Works:
   A Job with Room & Board