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Richard Henry Savage (1846–1903)

Savage, Richard Henry. An American novelist; born in Utica, NY, June 10, 1846; died in New York City, Oct. 11, 1903. He wrote many notable works of fiction, among them: ‘My Official Wife’; ‘A Daughter of Judas’; ‘The Anarchist’; ‘On the Old Château’; ‘The Masked Venus’; ‘Miss Devereaux of the Mariquita’; and ‘After Many Years, and Other Poems.’