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General Information

Name:  Mary Tracy Earle  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult; Young Adult;

Born: 1864

-- Mary Tracy Earle on WorldCat --

Illinois Connection

The Author was the first writer in Illinois to flourish in the New York publishing world and wrote many serialized short stories for Harper's Magazine.

Biographical and Professional Information

Ms. Earle was the grandaughter of nationally known abolitionist, temperance, and suffragist Mary Tracy Cutler who worked with such better known 19th century figures as William Lloyd Garrison and Sojuner Truth.

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Titles At Your Library

The man who worked for Collister (Short story index reprint series)
ISBN: 0836931947

Books for Libraries Press. 1969

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