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William James Henderson (1855–1937)

Henderson, William James. An American journalist and miscellaneous writer; born in Newark, NJ, Dec. 4, 1855; died in 1937. He was with the New York Times and, after 1902, musical critic of the Sun. He wrote: ‘Story of Music’; ‘Preludes and Studies’; ‘Sea Yarns for Boys’; ‘Afloat with the Flag’; ‘The Art of the Singer’; ‘The Soul of a Tenor’ (1912).