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

Jeannette Leonard Gilder (1849–1916)

Gilder, Jeannette Leonard. An American author, journalist, and critic, sister of Richard Watson; born in Flushing, NY, Oct. 3, 1849; died on Jan. 17, 1916. She was on the editorial staff of Scribner’s Monthly (now The Century), the New York Herald, and The Critic, and wrote for eighteen years under the pen-name of “Brunswick,” as New York Correspondent for London, Philadelphia, and Boston papers. She wrote: ‘Taken by Siege’ (1886–96); ‘Autobiography of a Tomboy’ (1900); and edited with Joseph B. Gilder ‘Essays from The Critic’ (1882); ‘Authors at Home’ (1889); with Helen Gray Cone, ‘Pen Portraits of Literary Women’ (1887); and also ‘Representative Poems of Living Poets’ (1886).