Alonzo  Leora  Rice

RICE, Alonzo Leora,  author, school teacher;  b. Little Blue River, Ind.,  June 12, 1867;  s. James C.  and  Elizabeth R.;  grad. Central Normal Coll., Danville, Ind., 1896;  has taught since graduation;  unmarried.  Author:  "Prize Poems," 1900.  Has contributed poems to various journals, notably  "A Dead Bee," sonnet;  "Come Go Apiece,"  "A Plea,"  etc., in Boston Transcript.  Address:  Ray's Crossing, Ind. 
Who's Who in America, 1901-1902,  Ed. by John W. Leonard, A.N. Marquis, Chicago, page 942.
Contributed by Michael Kirley

          Alonzo Leora Rice, son of James C. and Elizabeth Rice, was born at Little Blue River, Ind., on June 12, 1867, and graduated from Central Normal (now Canterbury) College in Danville, Ind., in 1896.
          A teacher by profession he was a contributor to many newspapers and magazines and acted as literary editor of the  SUNNY SOUTH,  published at Atlanta, Ga.  Among other newspapers to whch he contriuted were the  ATLANTA CONSTITUTION  and the  BOSTON  TRANSCRIPT.
Poets and Poetry of Indiana.
Contributed by Michael Kirley
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