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Vance Thompson (1863–1925)

Thompson, Vance. An American journalist, author, and playwright; born April 7, 1863; died in 1925. He was editor and founder of M’lle New York (fortnightly review), and published a number of books and dramas. Among the former are: ‘Berwyn Kennedy,’ ‘A Flash of Honor,’ ‘Writers of Young France,’ ‘Spinners of Life’; ‘Eat and Grow Thin’; and among the latter: ‘In Old Japan,’ ‘The Dresden Shepherdess,’ ‘Floraine’s Dream.’