Tuesday, September 14, 2010
She also wrote a number of plays, one the "The Modern Blue Monday" was performed as part of the commencement exercises. After her graduation, she attended Swarthmore College. In 1916, she composed a Shakespearean pageant "May Day at Larchmont" for the Friends' Association of which she was a member. She also acted as stage director and appeared in one scene.
It appears she never married; in the 1920 census she is living with her mother, brother Alvin and sister Olivia, her occupation listed as "supervisor mother's pension fund." In the 1930 census she is again living with her mother and sister at age 32 occupation listed as "none." She is mentioned in her sister Olivia's obituary in January 1943 and again in a court document filed by the City of Trenton six years after her brother Alvin's death in 1943. I have been unable to find any further mention of her or an obituary.