Adria Locke Langley
Adria Locke Langley (1899- August 14, 1983) was an American author best known for her first novel, published in 1945, the best seller A Lion Is in the Streets based on life of Huey Long. It was made into a film of the same name in 1953. She also was a fervent supporter of the repeal of Prohibition. She grew up in Stanton, Nebraska.
- Coakley, Eleanor (12 June 1945). 1929 Crash Proved Challenge To Writer of Popular Novel, Toledo Blade
- (18 August 1983). ADRIA L. LANGLEY, AUTHOR OF A LION IS IN THE STREETS, Miami Herald
- (18 August 1983). Activist Adria Langley Dead, Record-Journal