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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Thekla von Gumpert (1810–1897)

Gumpert, Thekla von (göm’pārt). A German juvenile writer; born in Kalisch, June 28, 1810; died on April 2, 1897. ‘The Little Father and his Grandchild,’ ‘Aunt’s Trip to the Baths,’ and ‘My First White Hair,’ are among her successes. In 1856 she married Franz von Schober. Her later productions, especially ‘Heart-leaf Pastime,’ and ‘Treasury of Books for Germany’s Daughters,’ have maintained her popularity.