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Louise Andrews Kent Born Louise Andrews May 25, 1886(1886-05-25) Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S. Died August 6, 1969(1969-08-06) (aged 83) Pen name Theresa Tempest Mrs Appleyard Occupation Writer Nationality American Genres children's literature non-fiction Spouse(s) Ira Rich Kent Children Elizabeth, Hollister, Rosamond Louise Andrews Kent (May 25, 1886 – August 6, 1969) [1] was an American author. She was born in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1886 and graduated from Simmons College School of Library Science in 1909, where she was president of her senior class and editor of the college paper.[2] She became a newspaper columnist and author of children's books, cookbooks. She wrote a newspaper column, Theresa’s Tea Table,[2] in the Boston Traveller under the pen name of Theresa Tempest and later authored a series of cookbooks as Mrs. Appleyard.[1] Kent, also as Mrs. Appleyard, wrote a quarterly feature on food for Vermont Life magazine for many years.[3] The Vermont Historical Society, of which Kent was a trustee during the 1950s,[4] maintains a collection of research notes, manuscript and typescript drafts and galley proofs of her work.[1] Contents 1 Family 2 Bibliography 2.1 Children's fiction 2.2 Cookbooks 2.3 Other non-fiction 3 References Family Louise Andrews Kent married Ira Rich Kent (1876–1945) in 1912. The couple had three children and maintained residences in both Brookline and Calais, Vermont.[1] In 1959, Kent, by then a widow, moved permanently to Calais.[4] Bibliography Books authored by Louise Andrews Kent include: Children's fiction (1931) Douglas of Porcupine (1935) He went with Marco Polo: A Story of Venice and Cathay (1940) He went with Christopher Columbus (1943) He went with Magellan (1947) He went with Vasco da Gama (1959) He went with Champlain (1961) He went with Drake (1967) He went with Hannibal Cookbooks (1941) Mrs. Appleyard's Year (1953) ...with Kitchen Privileges (1957) The Summer Kitchen (1962) The Winter Kitchen (1965) Vermont Year Round Cookbook (1974) Mrs. Appleyard’s Kitchen Omnibus Other non-fiction (1948) Village Greens of New England (1955) The Brookline Trunk (1968) Mrs. Appleyard and I References ^ a b c d "Louise Andrews Kent (1886-1969)- Manuscripts, ca. 1953-1974". Vermont Historical Society. http://www.vermonthistory.org/documents/findaid/kent.pdf. Retrieved 2009-10-22.  ^ a b "Simmons College Archives - The Women of Simmons College, 1900 - 1920". Simmons College. http://my.simmons.edu/library/collections/college_archives/women/alumnae.shtml. Retrieved 2009-10-22.  ^ "Mrs. Appleyard's Family Kitchen". http://www.cookbkjj.com/bookhtml/004826.html. Retrieved 2009-10-22.  ^ a b "Vermont Historical Society Library Catalog". Vermont Historical Society. http://catalog.vermonthistory.org/vhsweb2/tramp2.exe/do_ccl_search/guest?SETTING_KEY=vhs&servers=1home&index=)&query=VHS-51. Retrieved 2009-10-23.  Persondata Name Kent, Louise Andrews Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 25, 1886 Place of birth Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S. Date of death August 6, 1969 Place of death