Alicia (Keisker) Van Buren, 1860-1922

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According to information provided by the donor, Alicia [Mrs. Albert A.] Van Buren and her family lived in Brookline, Massachusetts, and were actively involved in the social and literary life of Boston at the beginning of the twentieth century. AVB wrote verse and composed musical settings for the works of other writers; As Thought is Led, a book of her poems, was published by the Gorham Press.

From the guide to the Papers, 1889-1915, (Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute)

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Birth 1860

Death 1922

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