Woman of the Century/Maude Andrews Ohl

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OHL, Mrs. Maude Andrews, poet and Journalist, born in Taliaferro county, Ga., 29th December. 1862, in the home of her great-grandfather, Joshua Morgan. Her maiden name was Maude Andrews, In infancy she went with her parent to Washington, Ga., where she spent the years of her childhood in the home of her grandfather, Judge Andrews. MAUDE ANDREWS OHL. A woman of the century (page 555 crop).jpgMAUDE ANDREWS OHL. She received a liberal education and early showed her bent towards literature. Her first newspaper work was a series of letters from New York City to the Atlanta "Constitution," which at once won her reputation as a young writer of much promise. Her work has included society sketches, art and dramatic criticism, and brilliant essays on social subjects, reforms, and public charities She became the wife, at an early age, of J. K. Ohl, and both are now members of the staff of the "Constitution," in Atlanta, where they have made their home. They have one daughter. Mrs. Ohl has published poems in the "Magazine of Poetry" and in various journals. Her poems are widely copied. Her work in every line reveals the earnestness and conscientiousness that are her characteristics. Her life is full of domestic, literary and social activities, and her career h;is aided powerfully in opening up new fields of work for the intelligent and cultured women of the Southern States.