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Eleanor Atkinson (1863–1942)

Atkinson, Eleanor. An American author and journalist; born in Rensselaer, IN, in 1863; died in 1942. Special writer Chicago Tribune (1889–91), editor of The Letter Chronicle (1900–07). Among her published works are ‘Mamzelle Fifine’ (1903); ‘The Boyhood of Lincoln’ (1908); ‘Lincoln’s Love Story’ (1909); ‘The Story of Chicago’ (1901); ‘Greyfriars Bobby’ (1912).