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MISS ELLEN MACKUBIN DIES IN ROANOKE, VA. Miss Ellen Mackubin, authoress and eldest daughter of the late Charles of the earlyafoundefs°of St^Paul, Minn* and of his wife. Ellen M. Fov. of Bos ton, died after a lingering illness at t0Mi.«s MacWnhln wan a woman ol rare charm and intellect, and a great ite in Italy Miss Mackubin' peared throughout a score ol years In the principal magazines of the United Slates, several having been translated into French, Italian and German magazines. Her only book, "The King of the Town," was published in 1898 and was splendidly reviewed. Since 1911 Miss Mackubin had been in iauing neann ana ooiigea to aoan don writing. This last summer was spent with her sisters, Miss Kate Mackubin and Miss Florence Mackubin, in the mountains of Vii - *ini:i •. • with frequent visits from her only brother, Charles Carroll Mackubin, and from her sister, Mrs. A. Ramsey Nin - inger, of Atlanta Ga., with her two sons. Mr. Charles Mackubin Nininger, I ney Foy Nininger, of Richmond, Va. — Baltimore Sun. Miss Mackubin had freauentlv vis ited her sister, Mrs. A. R. Nininger, in

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 08 Oct 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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