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Kate Field (1838–1896)

Field, Kate [Mary Katherine Kemble]. An American author and lecturer; born in St. Louis, MO, 1838; died in Honolulu, HI, May 19, 1896. During several years she was European correspondent of the New York Tribune and other journals. She founded Kate Field’s Washington (1889), in Washington, DC. Among her books are: ‘Planchette’s Diary’ (1868); ‘Ten Days in Spain’ (1875); ‘History of Bell’s Telephone’; ‘Life of Fechter’; etc.