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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Francis Hopkinson Smith (1838–1915)

Smith, Francis Hopkinson. An American artist and author; born in Baltimore, MD, Oct. 23, 1838; died on April 7, 1915. Much of his writing was illustrated by his own hand. Among his works are: ‘Well-Worn Roads of Spain’; ‘Holland and Italy’; ‘Old Lines in New Black and White’; ‘A White Umbrella in Mexico’; ‘A Book of the Tile Club’; ‘A Day at Laguerre’s’; ‘Colonel Carter of Cartersville,’ a novel (1891); ‘American Illustrators’; ‘A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others’; ‘Tom Grogan,’ a novel; ‘The Veiled Lady of Stamboul’ (1907); ‘The Tides of Barnegat’ (1906); ‘Kennedy Square’ (1911); ‘Felix O’Day’ (1915). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).