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Full Name: Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
Biography:
(1860-1936) Writer. Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews was born in Mobile, Alabama, and died in Syracuse, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1860 (Unknown) County
Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews was born in Mobile, Alabama, on April 2, 1860. 
1936 Onondaga County
Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews died in Syracuse, New York, on August 2, 1936. 
1906 (Unknown) County
Bob and the Guides
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Short stories. 
1913 (Unknown) County
The Eternal Masculine: Stories of Men and Boys
(Pub: Scribner ISBN: )
Stories. 
1912 (Unknown) County
The Marshall
(Pub: Bobbs Merrill ISBN: )
Historic novel. 
1918 (Unknown) County
Crosses Of War
Collection of poetry. 
1929 (Unknown) County
A Lost Commander
(Pub: Doubleday, Doran & Co ISBN: )
Biography of Florence Nightingale. 
1936 Onondaga County
Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews was interred in Oakwood Cemetery in Syracuse, New York. 
1916 (Unknown) County
The Eternal Feminine
Collection of stories. 
1906 (Unknown) County
The Perfect Tribute
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Son ISBN: )
Story. 
1911 (Unknown) County
The Courage of the Common Place
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Novel. 
1915 (Unknown) County
Three Things
(Pub: Little, Brown and Company ISBN: )
Novel. 
1903 (Unknown) County
A Kidnapped Colony
(Pub: Harper & Brothers ISBN: )
Novel. 
? Onondaga County
Ms. Andrews lived most of her life in Taunton, New York. 

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