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John Seymour Wood (1853–1934)

Wood, John Seymour. An American lawyer and littérateur of New York City; born at Utica, NY, Oct. 1, 1853; died in 1934. He was editor of the Bachelor of Arts, and published: ‘Gramercy Park: A Story of New York’; ‘College Days: Yale Yarns’; ‘A Coign of Vantage’; ‘A Daughter of Venice’; ‘An Old Beau, and Other Stories’; ‘A Nippon Garden.’