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Laura Redden Searing (Howard Glyndon) (1840–1923)

Searing, Laura Catherine Redden [“Howard Glyndon”]. An American author and journalist; born in Somerset, MD, Feb. 9, 1840; died in 1923. She was Washington correspondent for the Missouri Republican during the Civil War, wrote ‘German War Gossip’ for the New York Tribune during the Franco-Prussian War and was on the staff of the New York Mail, 1868–76. She wrote: ‘Idyls of Battle’; ‘Sounds from Secret Chambers’; ‘Notable Men in the House of Representatives’ (1864); ‘Of El Dorado’ (1897).