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

Frank Boott Goodrich (1826–1894)

Goodrich, Frank Boott [“Dick Tinto”]. An American author; born in Boston, Dec. 14, 1826; graduated at Harvard in 1845; died in 1894. His Paris letters to the New York Times, signed “Dick Tinto,” first brought him into notice. He published: ‘Court of Napoleon; or, Society under the First Empire’ (1857); ‘Women of Beauty and Heroism’ (1859); ‘World-Famous Women, from Semiramis to Eugénie’ (1870); and others.