FENOLLOSA, MARY McNEILL, 1865-1954

Secretary, writer. Born– Mobile. Parents– William Stoddard and Laura (Sibley) McNeill. Married– Ludoph Chester. Children– One. Married– Ledyard Scott. Married– Ernest Fenollosa, December 28, 1895. Served as secretary to Ernest Fenollosa, curator of Oriental art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Used pen name, Sidney McCall. Member of the Society of Dramatists and Composers, Writers’ Branch of Equal Suffrage, and the Pen and Ink Club.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 3., and Alabama Public Library Service files.

Publication(s):

Ariadne of Allan Water. Boston; Little, Brown, 1914.

Blossoms of a Japanese Garden. New York; Stokes, 1915.

Christopher Laird. New York; Dodd, Mead, 1919.

The Dragon Painter. Boston; Little, Brown, 1906.

Hirosige; the Artist of Mist, Snow and Rain. San Francisco; Vickery, Atkins & Torrey, 1901.

Out of the Nest; a Flight of Verses. Boston; Little, Brown, 1899.

Red Horse Hill. Boston; Little, Brown, 1909.

The Stirrup Latch. Boston; Little, Brown, 1915.

The Strange Woman. New York; Dodd, 1914.

Sunshine Beggars. Boston; Little, Brown, 1918.

Truth Dexter. Boston; Little, Brown, 1906.

Editor:

Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art. New York; Stokes, 1912.