Beatrice Leigh at College

Beatrice Leigh at College Julia Augusta Schwartz was an author of books for young people many of which were designed for schoolroom use In she was graduated from Vassar and received her M A in English literatur
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  • Julia Augusta Schwartz 1873 1957 was an author of books for young people, many of which were designed for schoolroom use In 1896 she was graduated from Vassar and received her M A in English literature in 1897 One of her first books was Vassar Studies 1899 , which, according to the publisher s circular, offered a faithful impression of the spirit and the personalitJulia Augusta Schwartz 1873 1957 was an author of books for young people, many of which were designed for schoolroom use In 1896 she was graduated from Vassar and received her M A in English literature in 1897 One of her first books was Vassar Studies 1899 , which, according to the publisher s circular, offered a faithful impression of the spirit and the personality of modern Vassar Her other works include Wilderness Babies 1905 , Beatrice Leigh at College A Story for Girls 1907 , Grass Hopper Green s Garden 1915 , From Then Till Now Stories of the Growth of Friendliness 1929 and When Every Stranger Was an Enemy Longlegs, the Cave Boy 1929.
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    1. Author of books for girls and children, 1896 Vassar graduate where she stayed on an additional year to earn an MA in English literature Apart from six weeks of teaching at Omaha NE High School, where she had prepared for college, Schwartz s sole career was writing books for young people, many of which were designed for schoolroom use One of her first books was Vassar Studies 1899 , which, according to the publisher s circular, offered a faithful impression of the spirit and the personality of modern Vassar In 1913 Schwartz moved to La Jolla, CA, where she became interested in the conservation efforts of groups such as the Sierra Club Her other interests, as she reported to the Vassar alumnae office in 1919, included being a daughter, sister, aunt, neighbor, friend, voter, and citizen.

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