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Thomas Frederick Crane (1844–1927)

Crane, Thomas Frederick. An American scholar; born at New York, July 12, 1844; died in 1927. He became professor-emeritus of Romance languages at Cornell University in 1909. Besides many contributions to periodicals, he wrote: ‘Italian Popular Tales’ (1885); ‘Pictures of the French Revolution’ (6th ed. 1892); ‘French Romanticism’ (3d ed. 1890); ‘Popular Songs of France’ (1891); ‘French Society in the Seventeenth Century.’