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Christine Chaplin Brush (1842–1892)

Brush, Mrs. Christine (Chaplin). An American artist and novelist; born in Bangor, ME, in 1842; died at Brooklyn, Feb. 3, 1892. She was a resident of Brooklyn. Her chief work, ‘The Colonel’s Opera Cloak,’ a novel, was published anonymously in 1879. She also wrote two stories: ‘Inside our Gates’; ‘One Summer’s Lessons in Perspective.’