|Short Name:||Susannah V. Aldrich|
|Full Name:||Aldrich, Susannah V. (Susannah Valentine), 1828-|
Miss Susanna Valentine Aldrich, author, was born in Hopkinton, Mass, 14th November, 1828. She is the only child of Willard and Lucy (Morse) Aldrich. From her earliest years she showed a decided literary bent. Her studies were interrupted by a severe illness lasting for years. A victim to insomnia, she always kept paper and pencil within reach in order to jot down the fancies that thronged upon her. Encouraged by the Rev. J. C. Webster, her pastor, also one of the directors of the academy which Miss Aldrich attended, some of her compositions were offered to a magazine, and were accepted. For many years Miss Aldrich contributed both prose and poetry to a number of papers and magazines. since 1879 she has made her home in the Roxbury District of Boston.
American Women: fifteen hundred biographies, with over 1,400 photos: a comprehensive encyclopedia of the lives and achievements of American women during the nineteenth century (Rev. ed.) by Frances E. Willard an Mary A Livermore (New York/Chicago/Springfield, OH: Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, 1897
|Texts by Susannah V. Aldrich (2)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|How fair upon the mountains||Susanna V. Aldrich (Author)||English||2|
|I may hear His voice at morning||Susie V. Aldrich (Author)||English||2|