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Gertrude Hall Brownell (1863–1961)

Brownell, Gertrude Hall. An American poet and writer of short stories; born Sept. 8, 1863; died in 1961. Her home is in Boston. She has written: ‘Far from To-day,’ a collection of short stories; ‘Allegretto,’ a book of verse; ‘Foam of the Sea, and Other Tales’; ‘The Wagnerian Romances.’