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

Elizabeth Williams Champney (1850–1922)

Champney, Mrs. Elizabeth (Williams). An American novelist and writer of juveniles; born at Springfield, OH, Feb. 6, 1850; died in 1922. Many of her books are illustrated by her husband, the artist J. W. Champney. Among them are the Vassar Girls series,—‘Three Vassar Girls Abroad,’ ‘In England,’ ‘In South America,’ etc.; ‘In the Sky-Parlor’; ‘All Around a Palette’; ‘Rosemary and Rue’; ‘The Bubbling Teapot’; ‘Bourbon Lilies’; ‘Sebia’s Tangled Web’; ‘Romance of the French Abbeys’; ‘Romance of the Roman Villas.’