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HOOPER, Lucy Hamilton, poet, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 20 Jam, 1835. She is the daughter of B. Muse Jones, a Philadelphia merchant, and in 1854 married Robert M. Hooper, who is now (1887) United States vice-consul-general in Paris. In conjunction with Charles G. Leland she edited "Our Daily Fare," the daily chronicle of the Philadelphia sanitary fair in 1864. She was assistant editor of "Lippincott's Magazine" from its foundation until she went to Europe in 1870. In 1874 she settled in Paris, and since has been correspondent for various journals in this country. She has published "Poems, with Translations from the German" (Philadelphia, 1864), another volume of "Poems" (1871); a translation of "Le Nabob," by Alphonse Daudet (Boston, 1879); and "Under the Tricolor," a novel (Philadelphia, 1880).
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