1815, Nov 111891, Mar 23
an American poet, writer, teacher and socialite whose home was the central gathering place of the literary elite of her era. In 1841, she compiled and edited "The Rhode Island Book", a collection of poems and verse from the best regional writers of the time, including two poems of her own. She also began to invite these writers to her home for her evening receptions. It was said in 1843, that "the very best literary society of Providence could be found in the parlor of Miss Lynch".
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