Home  »  library  »  BIOS  »  Richard Harding Davis (1864–1916)

C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Richard Harding Davis (1864–1916)

Davis, Richard Harding. An American novelist, short-story writer, and contributor to periodical literature; born in Philadelphia, April 18, 1864; died at Mt. Kisco, NY, April 11, 1916. His first success was ‘Gallegher’ (1891). Among his works are: ‘Stories for Boys’ (1891); ‘The West from a Car Window’ (1892); ‘Van Bibber and Others’ (1892); ‘Our English Cousins’ (1894); ‘The Rulers of the Mediterranean’ (1894); ‘The Princess Aline’ (1895); ‘About Paris’ (1895); ‘Three Gringoes in Venezuela and Central America’ (1896); ‘Soldiers of Fortune’ (1897); ‘Real Soldiers of Fortune’ (1907); ‘The Bar Sinister’ (1903); ‘Vera the Medium’ (1908); ‘The Consul’ (1911).