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Thomas Gold Appleton (1812–1884)

Appleton, Thomas Gold. An American writer; born in Boston, March 31, 1812; died in New York, April 17, 1884. He was a patron of art, and an amateur painter of merit; he aided libraries and museums of Boston. Author of ‘Nile Journal’ (Boston, 1876); ‘Syrian Sunshine’ (1877); and a volume of poems, ‘Faded Leaves.’