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

Thomas Wharton (1859–1896)

Wharton, Thomas. An American journalist, dramatist, and critic; born in Philadelphia, Aug. 1, 1859; died on April 6, 1896. He was an editorial writer on Philadelphia journals, and contributed largely to various periodicals. He published the novels ‘A Latter-Day Saint’ and ‘Hannibal of New York’; and wrote the popular short story, ‘Bobbo.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).