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Nora Perry (1831–1896)

Perry, Nora. An American poet and writer of fiction; born at Dudley, MA, in 1831; died there, May 13, 1896. For many years she was a correspondent of the Chicago Tribune and the Providence Journal. Her works include: ‘After the Ball, and Other Poems’ (1875); ‘For a Woman’ (1885), a novel; ‘New Songs and Ballads’ (1886); ‘A Flock of Girls’ (1887); ‘A Rosebud Garden of Girls’ (1892); ‘Hope Benham’ (1894).