James O'Donnell Bennett
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James O'Donnell Bennett (1870-1940) was an American journalist and author.
He was born in Jackson, Michigan, in 1870 and became a journalist and author while living in Chicago, Illinois. He wrote for the Chicago Record Herald during the Spanish–American War and the First World War, moving into dramatic and literary criticism as a writer for the Chicago Tribune.
Bennett died in his home in Chicago in 1940.
- Works by or about James O'Donnell Bennett at Internet Archive
- James O’Donnell Bennett papers at Newberry Library
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