GRACE WILBUR CONANT

Grace Wilbur Conant (1858-1948) was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She never married and included her mother’s maiden name in her professional name. She was musical editor for the Kindergarten Review and authored or co-authored a number of books, including Songs for Little People, with Frances Weld Danielson (1905); Worship and Song, with Benjamin S. Winchester (1913); Religious Dangers of Modern Tendencies in So-Called Religious Songs (1917); and Song and Play for Children, with Frances Weld Danielson (1925). She composed many songs, hymns, and carols. She also wrote using the Pseudonym A. B. Ponsonby. She died in Malden, Massachusetts.

 

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