Nicholson, Meredith  (1866 – 1947)
American Author and Statesman. Born in Crawfordsville, Indiana. In 1912 Nicholson wrote A Hoosier Chronicle, a serious work examining Indiana society and politics at the turn of the century. Many critics consider this his best work. His last work, a collection of essays titled Old Familiar Faces, appeared in 1929. An ardent Democrat as well as writer, Nicholson served as American minister to Paraguay (1933-34), Venezuela (1935-38) and Nicaragua (1938-41) under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Died Dec. 22, 1947.

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letter to Mrs. Foske (February 9, 1893) Meredith Nicholson
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