Author:Anna Chapin Ray

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Anna Chapin Ray
(1865–1945)
American author of children's and and adult fiction; many of her works were written using the pseudonym Sidney Howard

Works[edit]


  • Margaret Davis, Tutor (1893)
  • Dick: a Story for Boys and Girls (1896)
  • Teddy: Her Book: a Story of Sweet Sixteen (1898)
  • Each Life Unfulfilled (1899)
  • Phebe, Her Profession. A Sequel to Teddy: Her book (1900)
  • The Dominant Strain (1903)
  • Sheba (1903)
  • Ursula's freshman (1903)
  • Bumper and Baby John (1904)
  • By the Good Sainte Anne: a Story of Modern Quebec (1904)
  • On the Firing Line: a Romance of South Africa (1905) with Hamilton Brock Fuller
  • Hearts and Creeds (1906)
  • Janet: Her Winter in Quebec (1906)
  • Ackroyd of the Faculty (1907)
  • Quickened (1908)
  • The Bridge Builders (1909)
  • Janet at Odds (1909)
  • Nathalie's Chum (1909)
  • Nathalie's Sister: the Last of the McAlister Records (1909)
  • Sidney at College (1909)
  • Over the Quicksands (1910)
  • A Woman With a Purpose (1911)
  • The Brentons (1912)
  • Sidney: Her Summer on the St. Lawrence (1912)
  • On Board the Beatic (1913)
  • The Responsibilities of Buddie (1913)
  • Letters of a Canadian Stretcher Bearer (1918) editor


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1945, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.