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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Edwin Emerson (1823–1908)

Emerson, Edwin. An American author, editor, and journalist; born in Dresden, Saxony, in 1823; died in Yokohama, Nov. 4, 1908. He was war correspondent for Leslie’s Weekly during the Spanish-American War and joined the Rough Riders in Cuba. He wrote the ‘College Yell Book’; ‘Peppy’s Ghost’ (1898); ‘In War and Peace’; ‘Tales Drolatic’; ‘Rough Rider Stories’; ‘The Monroe Doctrine in Venezuela.’