Margaret Cushing Osgood
|Margaret Cushing Osgood|
|Born||Margaret Cushing Pearmain
|Children||Mary Alden Childers
Gretchen Osgood Warren
Margaret Cushing Pearmain Osgood (1847–1941), was an American writer and poet. She was the mother of Mary Alden Childers and Gretchen Osgood Warren and the maternal grandmother of Erskine Hamilton Childers, the fourth President of Ireland from 1973 to 1974. She was the daughter of William Robert Pearmain and Cordelia Miller Smith.
The City Without Walls
Osgood was known primarily for her exhaustively researched book, 'The City Without Walls : An Anthology setting forth the Drama of Human Life'. It's a collection of the world's spiritual literature, spanning both religious and cultural differences. In its introduction, the famed Irish writer and poet A.E. George William Russell said "I do not know of any better book to dispel, without controversy, the arrogance of ignorance...."
- http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000258191 National Library of Ireland
- "The Mount Vernon Street Warrens" by Martin Green (Scribners)(USA) (1989) ISBN 0-684-19109-1 pp. 4
- "The Riddle" by Maldwin Drummond (Nautical Books)(UK) 1985 ISBN 0-85177-342-7 pp. 184–185
- "Becoming What One Is.." by Austin Warren (Univ of Michigan)(USA) 1995 ISBN 978-0-472-10287-7 pp. 136–138