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Daniel Maurice Robins

(1875- )

Daniel Robins was born at Stratford, Ontario, Canada, on May 30, 1875, son of James Alfred and Elizabeth Ann (Jolliffee) Robins. He attended Ford English School, Princeton University, and the Sprague School of Law (Detroit, Michigan). Robins was a member of the Poetry Society of Michigan. He served as president of the American Labor League and was associated with various labor organizations. He lived in Saginaw, Michigan.

[Source: The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Poets: The Who's Who of American Poets 405 (New York: Avon House, 1938)]


Daniel Maurice Robins, Out of the Heart of Kentucky, a Rhymed Story of the Life of Abraham Lincoln ([Boston]: Christopher, 1938)

__________________, On Easy Street (Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1939)(illustrated by Lottie B. Turner)

__________________, Lazying Around With You ([Adrian, Michigan]: Adrian College Press], 1946)(illustrated by Lottie B. Turner)

__________________, Songs of the Old Home Town ([Adrian, Michigan] : Adrian College Press, 1946)(illustrated by Lottie B. Turner)


Daniel Maurice Robins, South of the Matterhorn: A World War Romance in Italy (New York: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1940)