Author:Frank Pope Humphrey

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Mrs. Frank Pope Humphrey
(fl. 1890-1898)


In periodcals[edit]

  • "The Courageous Action of Lucia Richmond," in The Century Magazine, November 1890, pp. 37-43.
  • "He Would A-wooing Go," in The Century Magazine, February 1895, pp. 599-606.
  • "The Heroine of a Famous Song (The True Story of "Annie Laurie")," in McClure's Magazine, December 1895, pp. 66-70.
  • "A Comedy of War," in The Century Magazine, July 1896, pp. 454-460.
  • "Ghosts of the Pen," in The Century Magazine, May 1898, pp. 157-158.

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