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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Anna B. Warner (1827–1915)

Warner, Anna Bartlett [“Amy Lothrop”]. An American author; born in New York in 1827; died on Jan. 22, 1915. In conjunction with her sister, Susan Warner, she published the novels ‘Say and Seal’ (1860); ‘Wych Hazel’ (1876); and ‘The Gold of Chickaree’ (1876). Among her separate works, published under her pen-name “Amy Lothrop,” are: ‘Dollars and Cents’ (1853); ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ (1855); ‘Stories of Vinegar Hill’ (1871); ‘The Fourth Watch’; ‘The Blue Flag,’ etc. (1879); ‘The Other Shore’; ‘Three Little Spades,’ a child’s book,; and ‘Gardening by Myself’; ‘Wayfaring Hymns.’