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Meade, L. T., 1844-1914

LC control no.n 84107680
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR4990.M34
Personal name headingMeade, L. T., 1844-1914
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Variant(s)Smith, Elizabeth Thomasina Meade, 1844-1914
Thomas, Elizabeth, 1844-1914
Meade, Elizabeth Thomasina, 1844-1914
Meade, Lillie, 1844-1914
Meade, L. S., 1844-1914
Toulmin Smith, Elizabeth Thomasina, 1844-1914
Smith, Elizabeth Thomasina Toulmin, 1844-1914
LocatedDulwich (London, England)
Birth date1844-06-05
Death date1914-10-26
Place of birthBandon (Ireland)
Place of deathOxford (England)
Profession or occupationAuthors Editors
Found inHer A life for a love, 1891: t.p. (L.T. Meade)
LC in OCLC, 6/28/84 (hdg.: Smith, Elizabeth Thomasina (Meade), 1854-1914; usage: L.T. Meade)
UnM/Canadiana files (hdg.: Meade, L. T., 1854-1914; usage: L.T. Meade)
Great St. Benedict's, 1877: t.p. (Elizabeth Thomas)
Steampunk prime, ©2010: p. 130 (L.T. Meade (1844-1914); b. Elizabeth Thomasina Meade in County Cork, Ireland; she was always known as Lillie, and retained her maiden name for all her professional work)
Wikipedia, July 27, 2010 (L.T. Meade was the pseudonym of Elizabeth Thomasina Meade Smith (1854-1914), a prolific writer of girls' stories. She was born in Bandon, County Cork, Ireland)
Her The kingfisher's egg, 1900: t.p. (L.S. Meade) cover (L.T. Meade)
Atalanta, 1890: title page (editor, L.T. Meade)
Oxford dictionary of national biography WWW site, viewed July 19, 2016 (Meade (married name Toulmin Smith), Elizabeth Thomasina; b. June 5, 1844, Bandon, Co. Cork; m. Alfred Toulmin Smith, 1879; lived in the London suburb of Dulwich for most of their married life; d. Oct. 26, 1914, Oxford; children's writer and novelist; chose to be known as L.T. Meade not only as an author but also in all other aspects of her public life)
Associated languageeng