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Helen Maria Winslow (1851–1938)

Winslow, Helen Maria. An American writer and journalist; born in Westfield, VT, in 1851; died in 1938. She edited ‘The Club Woman’ (1897–1903). Author of ‘The Shawsheen Mills’ (1882); ‘A Bohemian Chapter’ (1887); ‘Salome Shepard, Reformer’ (1894); ‘Concerning Cats’ (1900); ‘Literary Boston of To-day’ (1902); ‘Concerning Polly’ (1902); ‘The Woman of To-Morrow’ (1905); ‘Spinster Farm’ (1908); ‘The Pleasuring of Susan Smith’ (1912).