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Mary Virginia Hawes Terhune (Marion Harland) (1830–1922)

Terhune, Mrs. Mary Virginia (Hawes) [“Marion Harland”]. An American novelist, editor, and writer on domestic topics; born in Virginia, 1830; died in 1922. She contributed largely to magazines, edited departments in Wide Awake, St. Nicholas, etc., and conducted other magazines as chief editor. Among her novels are: ‘Alone’ (1854); ‘The Hidden Path’ (1855); ‘Moss Side’ (1857); ‘Miriam’ (1860); ‘Nemesis’ (1860); ‘Husks’ (1863); ‘Sunnybank’ (1866); etc. Her works on housekeeping include: ‘Common-Sense in the Household’ (1871); ‘Breakfast, Luncheon, and Tea’ (1875); ‘The Dinner Year-Book’ (1878); ‘The Housekeeper’s Week.’