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Harriet Monroe (1860–1936)

Monroe, Harriet. An American writer of verse; born in Chicago, Dec. 25, 1860; died in 1936. She wrote the ‘Columbian Ode,’ which was read and sung at the dedicatory ceremonies of the Columbian Exposition, Oct. 21, 1892. Author of ‘Valeria and Other Poems’ (1892); ‘John Wellborn Root, a Memoir’; ‘Historical Lutheranism’; ‘You and I’ (1914).