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Frederic Jesup Stimson (1855–1943)

Stimson, Frederic Jesup [“J. S. of Dale”]. An American novelist and lawyer; born in Dedham, MA, July 20, 1855; died in 1943. He was Ambassador to the Argentine Republic after 1914. He published: ‘Labor in its Relations to Law’; and ‘Handbook of the Labor Laws of the United States.’ His celebrity as a novelist is due to his ‘The Crime of Henry Vane’; ‘The King’s Men’; ‘The Residuary Legatee’; ‘The Sentimental Calendar’; ‘In the Three Zones’; ‘First Harvests’; ‘Pirate Gold’; ‘King Noanett’; ‘My Story,’ purporting to be memoirs of Benedict Arnold (1917).