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Theodore Stanton (1851–1925)

Stanton, Theodore. An American journalist, son of H. B. and Elizabeth Cady; born in Seneca Falls, NY, Feb. 10, 1851; died in 1925. He was a correspondent for the Tribune at Berlin from 1880, and was engaged as a journalist in Paris. He translated Goff’s ‘Life of Thiers’ (1879), and wrote ‘The Woman Question in Europe’ (1884); ‘Life of Rosa Bonheur’ (1910).