Attorney, journalist, teacher; writer. Born– August 22, 1872, New Orleans, La. Parents– Lemuel Louis and Adrienne (Helluin) Lincoln. Education– Jesuit College (New Orleans), B.A., 1889, M.A., 1890; Tulane University, law degree, 1899. Assistant editor, the Times and other New Orleans newspapers; practiced law in New Orleans 15 years; taught French, English, history and political science at schools in Colorado, San Antonio, Tex., Quincy, Ill., Bay Saint Louis, Miss., Terre Haute, Ind., Cullman, Ala. (St. Bernard College), Richardson, N.D., and Pasco, Florida (St. Leo Abbey). Member New Orleans Historical Society; its unofficial “poet laureate.” Died October 22, 1962.


Files at Alabama Public Library Service.


The Christmas Candle; a Tale of Provence. New Orleans; Hauser, 1900.

Christmas Legends and Herzeleide’s Farewell to Parsifal. New Orleans; s.n., 1909.

Christmas Stories and “At Mary’s Shrine”. S.l.; s.n., 1900.

Echoes of St. Tammany. New Orleans; Palfrey-Rudd-Purcell, 19–?

Francis; or, a Child’s Prayer. New Orleans; s.n., 1913.

Historical New Orleans (in verse). New Orleans?; s.n., 1911.

Poems; New Orleans. S.l.; s.n., 19–?

Poems and Short Stories. New Orleans; Dalton Williams Publishers, 1900.

Prose Poems. New Orleans; Palfrey-Rudd-Purcell, 1906.

Stray Verses. New Orleans?; s.n., 1900?

A Tale of Pagan Rome; a Story. New Orleans; Philippes Printery, 19–?

Verses to a Child. New Orleans; s.n., 1922.

War Poems, Indian Legends, and a Wreath of Childhood Verses. New Orleans; R.A. Thiberge, 1916.