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Bryant, Sara Cone, 1873-1956


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    • Borst, Sara Cone Bryant, 1873-
    • Borst, Theodore Franz, Mrs., 1873-1956
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1873-01-04
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1956-05-28
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Melrose (Mass.)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Framingham (Mass.)
    • Gender

        Females
    • Associated Language

        eng
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  • Sources

    • found: Her Best stories to tell to children ... 1912.
    • found: Wikipedia, April 20, 2020(Sara Cone Bryant; Sara Cone Bryant (born 1873) was the author of various children's book in the early 20th century; the daughter of Dexter and Dorcas Ann (Hancock) Bryant, of Melrose, Massachusetts, she studied at Boston University, graduating B.A. in 1895; she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority; in 1908 she married Theodore Franz Borst, a horticulturalist, and appears with her husband in the 1940 census; they had two children; her brother, Albert Bryant, ran The Centaur Company and Sterling Products which later became Sterling Drug and his father-in-law was Charles Henry Fletcher)
    • found: ancestry.com, April 20, 2020(Sara Cone Bryant; Sara Bryant Borst; Sara C. Borst; born 4 January 1873 in Melrose, Massachusetts; daughter of Dexter Bryant and Dorcas A. Hancock; married Theodore Franz Borst on 9 March 1908 in Natick, Massachusetts; died 1956 in Massachusetts)
    • found: Biographical Database of NAWSA Suffragists, 1890-1920, via WWW, April 20, 2020(Biography of Sara Cone Bryant (Borst), 1873-1956; Sara Cone Bryant was born in 1873 to Dexter and Dorcas Anne (née Hancock) Bryant in Melrose, Massachusetts; Sara wrote children's books, collections of children's stories, and books advocating the educational purpose and function of children's stories; in addition to teaching and writing, Sara lectured and presented as a storyteller, advocating the educational value of storytelling; Sara worked within the organizational leadership of the Suffrage movement; in 1900, she co-founded the College Equal Suffrage League with Maude Wood Park and served as first vice president; in 1901, Sara held the office of president of the CESL; Sara married Theodore Franz Borst on March 9, 1908 in Hopkinton, Massachusetts and they had two children, James and Elizabeth; they ran Little Tree Farms Inc. in Framingham Center, Massachusetts; Sara died in her Framingham home on May 28, 1956 at age 84)
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    • 1980-07-28: new
    • 2020-04-21: revised
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