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

Ruth McEnery Stuart (1856–1917)

Stuart, Mrs. Ruth (McEnery). An American writer of fiction; born in Avoyelles Parish, LA, Feb. 20, 1856; died at New York, May 6, 1917. Her published writings include: ‘A Golden Wedding, and Other Tales’; ‘Carlotta’s Intended, and Other Stories’; ‘The Story of Babette’; ‘Solomon Crow’s Christmas Pockets’; ‘Pockets and Other Tales’; ‘The Second Wooing of Salina Sue’; ‘Sonny’; ‘Hally and Pizen’; ‘Aunt Amity’s Silver Wedding’; ‘The Haunted Photograph’; ‘The Cacoon’ (1915). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).