Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Hutten, Bettina von

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HUTTEN, BETTINA VON, an American novelist. She was born at Erie, Pa., in 1874, daughter of John Riddle, and in 1897 married Freiherr von Hutten in Florence, becoming divorced by mutual consent in 1909. She traveled a great deal and lived much at Steinbach. Her works included: “Marr'd in Making”; “Pam”; “What Became of Pam”; “Kingsmead”; “The Lordship of Love”; “Sharrow”; “Maria”; “Birds' Fountain”; “Magpie.”