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Charles Frederick Holder (1851–1915)

Holder, Charles Frederick. An American popular writer and lecturer on natural history; born at Lynn, MA, Aug. 5, 1851; died on Oct. 11, 1915. He was assistant at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, from 1870 to 1877. He wrote: ‘Marvels of Animal Life’ (1886); ‘Wonder Wings’ (1887); ‘A Frozen Dragon, and Other Tales’ (1888), a natural-history story-book for young people; ‘A Life of Agassiz’; ‘Big Game at Sea.’