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

Joseph Bradford (1843–1886)

Bradford, Joseph. An American journalist and dramatic author; born near Nashville, TN, Oct. 24, 1843; died in Boston, April 13, 1886. His real name was William Randolph Hunter. Besides satirical verses he wrote a number of poems which were highly esteemed, especially those on the death of Victor Hugo and of General Grant. His plays ‘Our Bachelors’ and ‘One of the Finest,’ were very successful and are still popular.