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Aloysius C. Gahan

(1861-    )
New York

"Gahan, Aloysius C.— Born in Dublin on February 3, 1861, and was educated by the Christian Brothers. In or about 1878 he went to America and settled in New York, where he is now a member of the Bar. In 1882 he married. He has written many poems for New York Home Journal, Sun, Daily News, Mercury, etc. He is a good Spanish scholar and has translated much Spanish poetry."

[D. J. O'Donoghue, The Poets of Ireland: A Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of Irish Writers of English Verse 156-57 (Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co.; London: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1912)(Gale Research Co., reprint 1968)]

Where Goeth Love?
(From the Spanish of Becquer)

Our sighs are air, and with the air they blend;
Our tears are water, and to sea they flow.
O, lady, say, when love is at an end,
Where does it go?

[Home Journal, Feb., 1900. Vol. VOL. XXVII., Iss. No.2, p. 161]


José María Moncada, Social and Political Influence of the United States in Central America ([New York: [s.n.] 1911)

________________, The Social World (Brooklyn: Guide Ptg. & Pub. Co., 1912)

Calderón Ramírez, Stories for Carmencita ([Brooklyn, Printed by Book and job department, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1914) [online text]

Rafael Montúfar, Interpretations of the Monroe Doctrine ([New York?] 1912)