Woman of the Century/Sallie M. Mills Johnson

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SALLIE M. MILLS JOHNSON A woman of the century (page 433 crop).jpgSALLIE M. MILLS JOHNSON. JOHNSON, Mrs. Sallie M. Mills, author, born in Sandusky, Ohio, 6th March, 1862. She is a granddaughter of Judge Isaac Mills, of New Haven, Conn. Her father is Gen. William H. Mills, of Sandusky. Her husband is C. C. Johnson Mrs. Johnson was educated in New York City, and her attainments are varied. She is widely known as the author of "Palm Branches," and numerous other books from her pen have found large circles of readers. She has traveled much in the United States and in Europe. Her compositions in verse are of a fine order. She is a skilled musician, and, while studying in Weimar, received a signal compliment from Liszt. Her home is now in Denver, Col., where she owns much valuable real estate. She is a woman of great versatility, and shines equally in society, in literature, in music and in the more prosaic business affairs in which she is largelv interested.