|Short Name:||Grace Wilbur Conant|
|Full Name:||Conant, Grace Wilbur, 1858-1948|
Pseudonym: A. B. Ponsonby.
Born: September 9, 1858, Boston, Massachusetts.
Died: April 7, 1948, Malden, Massachusetts.
Grace remained single all her life. Her middle name was her mother’s maiden name. She served as musical editor for the Kindergarten Review for at least six years, starting in 1908. Her works include:
Songs for Little People, with Frances Weld Danielson (Boston, Massachusetts: The Pilgrim Press, 1905)
Worship and Song, with Benjamin S. Winchester (Pilgrim Press, 1913)
Religious Dangers of Modern Tendencies in So-Called Religious Songs, 1917
Song and Play for Children, with Frances Weld Danielson (Pilgrim Press, 1925)
|Texts by Grace Wilbur Conant (5)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|All in the darkness||Grace Wilbur Conant (Author)||2|
|Dandelions in the grass||Grace Wilbur Conant (Author)||3|
|I bind my heart this tide||Grace Wilbur Conant (Author)||English||1|
|Suffer little children, and forbid them not (Conant)||Grace Wilbur Conant (Author)||1|
|Welcome, welcome, happy bird||Grace Wilbur Conant (Author)||2|