Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Oberholtzer, Sara Louisa
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Oberholtzer, Sara Louisa
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OBERHOLTZER, Sara Louisa, poet, b. in Uwchlan, Chester co., Pa., 20 May, 1841. Her maiden name was Vickers. She was educated at the state normal school in Millersville, and on 1 Jan., 1862, married John Oberholtzer, of Norristown, Pa. She began at an early age to contribute poems and articles in prose to newspapers and magazines, and has published in book-form “Violet Lee, and other Poems” (Philadelphia, 1872); “Come for Arbutus, and other Wild Bloom” (1882); “Hope's Heart Bells,” a story of Quaker life (1884); and “Daisies of Verse” (1886).