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Mabel Loomis Todd (1856–1932)

Todd, Mrs. Mabel Loomis. An American author; wife of David Todd; born in Cambridge, MA, in 1856; died in 1932. Besides frequent contributions to magazines, she wrote or edited ‘Poems and Letters of Emily Dickinson’ (1890–94); ‘Steele’s Popular Astronomy’ (1899); and wrote ‘Footprints’ (1883); ‘Total Eclipses of the Sun’ (1894); ‘Corona and Coronet’ (1898); ‘A Cycle of Sunsets’ (1909); ‘Tripoli the Mysterious’ (1912).