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1901. With portraits, views and facsimile illustrations. A memoir of Eugene Field, the American journalist and bibliophile who also wrote light verse for adults and children. Contents: Pedigree; His Father's First Love-Affair; The Dred Scott Case; Birth and Early Youth; Education; Choice of a Profession; Marriage and Early Domestic Life; Early Experiences in Journalism; In Denver, 1881-1883; Anecdotes of Life in Denver; Coming to Chicago; Personal Characteristics; Relations with Stage Folk; Beginning of His Literary Education; Method of Work; and Nature of His Daily Work. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.