Austin, Mary Hunter


Austin, Mary Hunter
(1868-1934)
   Mary Hunter was born in Carlinville, Illinois, and moved with her family to California in 1888.
   She had begun writing and teaching before she married Stafford Wallace Austin in 1890. Apart from her 1911 play The Arrow Maker, she wrote novels and nonfiction books on the environment.

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