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Edith Kellogg Dunton

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Occupation  Writer
Name  Edith Dunton

Role  Author
Died  December 31, 1944
Born  December 28, 1875 (1875-12-28) Rutland, Vermont

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Edith Kellogg Dunton (December 28, 1875 – December 31, 1944) was the author of a popular series of early 20th century juvenile novels called the "Betty Wales" series, which she wrote under the pseudonym Margaret Warde.

Dunton was born in Rutland, Vermont in 1875 and graduated from Smith College in 1897. The first Betty Wales volume was released in 1904 and published by the Penn Publishing Company. Dunton's identity as the author of the series was not leaked until late 1907, at which time she was also writing under her own name as a critic for The Dial magazine in Chicago.

The popularity of the Betty Wales series, which followed the story of the title character from her freshman year at the fictional Harding College through beyond graduation, led to the introduction of a line of "Betty Wales Dresses" in 1915, where each purchase entitled the buyer to a free book from the series. Dunton followed up the Wales series (though a last volume was added in 1917) with the "Nancy Lee" series.

Dunton died in late 1944 and was buried at the Evergreen Cemetery in Rutland.

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