Elliott, Maud Howe
|born on||9 November 1854 at 12:00 (= 12:00 noon )|
|Place||Boston, Massachusetts, 42n22, 71w04|
|Timezone||LMT m71w04 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||17°00' 11°54 Asc. 26°05'|
American writer, most notable for her Pulitzer prize-winning collaboration with her sister, Laura E. Richards, on their mother's biography The Life of Julia Ward Howe (1916).
Her other works included A Newport Aquarelle (1883); Mammon; Roma Beata (1904); The Eleventh Hour in the Life of Julia Ward Howe (1911); Three Generations (1923); John Elliott, The Story of an Artist (1930); My Cousin, F. Marion Crawford (1934); and This Was My Newport (1944).
Her father was Samuel Gridley Howe (1801 – 1876), a prominent physician, abolitionist, and advocate of education for the blind. She married English artist John Elliott in 1887.
She died on March 19, 1948, at Newport, Rhode Island.
Sy Scholfield quotes "Three Generations" by Maud Howe Elliott (1923): "I was born near midday on the ninth of November, 1854, in a large room in the apartment familiarly known as 'Doctor's Part', at the Perkins Institution for the Blind, South Boston."
- Vocation : Writers : Biographer
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction