George J. Dance
Lee Wilson Dodd (July 11, 1879 - June 16, 1933) was an  American poet and lawyer.
Lee Wilson Dodd.
Courtesy . Ancestry.ca
Dodd was born in Franklin,
Pennsylvania, the son of Melvina Eliza (Smith) and Calvin Dodd.
New York College, Yale University, and New York Law School. He was a member of the New York bar. He lived in New Haven, Connecticut.
He married Marion Roberts Canby, and the couple had 2 children, Alan and Doris. He died in
New York City.
The Golden Complex: A defense of inferiority. New York: John Day, 1927.
A Prologue for the Opening of the University Theatre at Yale University. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1927.
Pegeen and the Potamus; or, The sly giraffe: With some account of the wise old man who dwells in Tai-poo. New York: Dutton, 1925.
Collected editions Edit
A Garner of Fugitive Pieces. Poughkeepsie, NY: Lansing-Broas, 1963.
. Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy WorldCat
Poems by Lee Wilson Dodd Edit
In the Silence
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Lee Wilson Dodd, Ancestry.ca. Web, May 7, 2015. ↑
Lee Wilson Dodd, Strangers to Us All: Lawyers and poetry, College of Law, University of West Virginia. Web, May 7, 2015. ↑
Search results = au:Lee Wilson Dodd, WorldCat, OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc. Web, May 7, 2015.
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