Louise Forsslund circa 1909
Sayville, New York
|Died||May 2, 1910
Brentwood, New York
Louise Forsslund (March 13, 1873 - May 2, 1910) was the pen name of American author Mary Louise Foster, who wrote a number of short stories and novels in the first decade of the 20th century. Forsslund was her father's surname before he Americanized it to Foster, and she incorporated some of his many experiences into her stories.
She was a native of Sayville, New York, and died on May 2, 1910 in nearby Brentwood, New York. She married Charles Carey Waddell in 1906, who authored The Van Suyden Sapphires under the name Charles Carey.
- The Story of Sarah (1901)
- The Ship of Dreams (1902)
- Old Lady Number 31 (1909)
- Lee, Elizabeth (3 May 1903). Lousie Forsslund, Novelist, Los Angeles Herald
- (3 February 1907). Andrew W. Foster (obituary), The New York Times
- Writers of the Day, The Writer (May 1906), p. 72-73
- (3 May 1910). Louise Forsslund (obituary), The New York Times
- (6 May 1910). Louise Forsslund - Sayville's Authoress Died Suddenly on Monday Morning, Suffolk County News
- Chronicle and Comment, The Bookman (New York), April 1909, pp. 118-20
- (27 March 1909). Among the Authors, The New York Times