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Anne Caldwell (August 30, 1867 – October 22, 1936), also known as Anne Caldwell O'Dea, was a prolific playwright and lyricist. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She wrote both pop songs and Broadway shows, sometimes working with composer Jerome Kern.
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