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Francis Howard Williams (1844–1922)

Williams, Francis Howard. An American dramatic writer and poet, residing in Philadelphia; born in Philadelphia, Sept. 2, 1844; died in 1922. Among his plays are: ‘The Princess Elizabeth: A Lyric Drama’; ‘The Higher Education’; ‘A Reformer in Ruffles’; ‘Master and Man.’ He also wrote ‘Theodora: A Pastoral’; ‘Atman: A Story’; ‘The Flute Player, and Other Poems’; ‘Pennsylvania Poets of the Provincial Period’; ‘At the Rise of the Curtain’; ‘The Burden-Bearer—an Epic of Lincoln’ (1909).