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William Drysdale (1852–1901)

Drysdale, William. An American author and journalist; born in Lancaster, PA, July 11, 1852; died in 1901. He was twenty years on the staff of the New York Times as editor and foreign correspondent. Among his works are: ‘In Sunny Lands,’ ‘The Princess of Montserrat,’ ‘The Young Reporter,’ ‘The Fast Mail,’ ‘The Beach Patrol,’ ‘The Treasury Club.’