| Stanley Horn|| 1980|
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Stanley F. Horn (May 27, 1889-1980) was a historian, businessman, and editor. He was born in Davidson County, Tennessee. After graduating from high school, he started working for the Cumberland Telephone Company. In 1908, he began working for the Southern Lumberman, a trade paper on the lumber business. Horn became interested in "state and Civil War history." He wrote a book about Robert E. Lee in 1935. In the late 1930s, his book The Hermitage: Home of Old Hickory and Invisible Empire: The Story of the Ku Klux Klan was finished. In 1941, he penned The Army of Tennessee: A Military History. In 1949, he completed The Robert E. Lee Reader. In the mid-1950s, he wrote The Decisive Battle of Nashville. He won the Building Journalism Award from the National Lumber Manufacturers Association.