Journalist, author; b. Little Rock, AR; daughter of Gen. Albert Rust (civil engineer and surveyor on Government survey of Indian Territory and Arkansas, member U.S. Congress and brigadier general, C.S.A.) and Anne Bouldin (Cabell) Rust; educated by private tutors and governesses In Virginia: m. July 14, 1898, Thomas T. Bouve; one daughter: Anne Winston Cabell Bouve, b. May 19, 1900. For years engaged in journalism and literature; now member of the staff of the Boston Sunday Globe. Author: Their Shadows Before (short novel); Pilate's Wife (serial in 'The Congregationalist'); A Little Northern Light (Eskimo play, produced in Boston, April, 1910); won Black Cat prize for story An Unrepealed Law, 1904; first prize for child's poem in Vick's Family Magazine, 1905; Legends of the Pole People (The Circle); Brave Moustache, ballad (Youth's Companion); Miracle Stories of Science (Young People's Weekly); the Golden Fleece (translation from the French of Amedee Achard); also poems, serials, stories, etc. in many periodicals. Lectures: Dickens' Little Folks and Grown-Ups; Southern Silhouettes; The Shakers and Their Passing; Boston, Old England, and others. Episcopalian. Against woman suffrage.
Thomas Tracy Bouve
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