Sara Cone Bryant

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Sara Cone Bryant (born 1873) was the author of various children's book in the early 20th century, including

The daughter of Dexter and Dorcas Ann (Hancock) Bryant, of Melrose, Massachusetts, she studied at Boston University, graduating B.A. in 1895. She was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.[1] In 1908 she married Theodore Franz Borst,[2][3] a horticulturalist,[4] and appears with her husband in the 1940 census.[5] They had two children. Her brother, Albert Bryant, ran The Centaur Company and Sterling Products which later became Sterling Drug and his father-in-law was Charles Henry Fletcher.[citation needed]


  1. ^ The Key, vol 31, 1914, pg 197
  2. ^ The Key, vol 31, 1914, pg 197
  3. ^ Woman's Who's who of America: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Women of the United States and Canada, Volume 1, John William Leonard, American Commonwealth Company, 1914, pg 921
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  5. ^ United States Census, district 9-450, family no. 191, sheet no. 9A, line no. 29, affiliate publication no. T627, affiliate film no. 1616, digital folder no. 005460888, image no. 00124, accessible at

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