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Tudor Jenks (1857–1922)

Jenks, Tudor. An American journalist and author; born in Brooklyn, NY, May 7, 1857; died in 1922. He was on the staff of the St. Nicholas Magazine (1887–1902). Among his published works are: ‘Imaginotions, or Truthless Tales’ (1900); ‘Boy’s Book of Explorations’ (1900); ‘Gipsy, the Talking Dog’ (1902); ‘When America was New.’