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Anna Louisa "Louise Bryant" Mohan Bullitt
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Birth: Dec. 5, 1885
San Francisco
San Francisco County
California, USA
Death: Jan. 6, 1936, France


Louise Bryant was
a writer
and journalist.


Circulating amongst a
remarkable group of friends
and acquaintances at the turn
of the 20th Century, she was
associated with many of the

Bryant was well noted for
her Marxist and anarchist
beliefs. She authored essays
regarding radical political
and feminist themes.


Bryant was born
'Anna Louisa Mohan'.

Louise was DAUGHTER to
FATHER - Hugh Moran
MOTHER - (?)
* Divorced

STEP-FATHER - Sheridan Bryant
(railroad conductor)


Louise was WIFE to:
#1 HUSBAND - Paul Trullinger
* Divorced

They were wed in 1909


#2 HUSBAND - John 'Jack' Reed
D.O.D. -


William Christian Bullitt, Jr.
* Divorced - 1930

She was MOTHER to one child
DAUGHTER - Anna (Bullitt)


Bryant and her (#2) husband,
John 'Jack' Reed traveled
to Russia in 1917-18.
They observed, wrote about
and took park in The
Bolshevik Revolution.
Reed died of typhus while
the couple were in Russia.
He was interred in Moscow.

Bryant went on to become a
Hurst newspaper writer.

She wed again - had a child
- and moved to Paris, France.
While there, she had an affair
with a woman artist.She
divorced and her (#3) husband.
Bitterly, he did not allow
their daughter to see her
Mother for decades.


Louise Bryant died fron
Adiposis dolorosa,
or Dercum's disease.


A movie was made about Louise
and her #2 husband Reed. Her
role was portrayed by the
actress Diane Keaton. The film
was titled: 'REDS'


Gone But Not Forgotten


This biography is
humbly presented by
Audrey Burtrum-Stanley / Arkansas

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Originally Created by: Someone Who Cares...
Record added: Jan 07, 2010
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