Date of Birth 17 May 1875, Newport, Kentucky, USA
Date of Death 16 July 1961, Briarcliff Manor, New York, USA (natural causes)
Birth Name Elizabeth Apthorp McFadden
Served as director of the Bureau of Publications of the Red Cross in Washington DC.
Worked as a librarian for the Cincinnati Public Library.
After graduating from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts she studied playwriting at Harvard under Prof. George Pierce Baker.
Remembered for "The Product of the Mill" which won the Craig Prize and "Why the Chimes Rang" which ran for over 4,000 performances.
Playwright and Author.