Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Whiting, Lilian

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WHITING, LILIAN, an American author; born in Niagara Falls, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1859. She was literary editor of the Boston “Traveler” in 1880-1890, and editor of the Boston “Budget” in 1890-1894. She then traveled in Europe. Her publications include: “The World Beautiful” (3 vols.); “From Dreamland Sent” (poems); “After Her Death”; “The Story of a Summer”; “A Study of the Life and Poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning”; “Kate Field: a Record”; “The Spiritual Significance”; etc.