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Lyman Walter Seelye
Lyman Seelye was was an educator and an attorney. He was born at Covington, Pennsylvania, on January 7, 1852, the son of Merrick C. and Hannak K. (Frost) Seelye. He attended the State Normal School at Mankato, Minnesota. He spent some time as a publisher and editor of a newspaper. He was also the author of short stories. He lived, as of 1938, at Bellingham, Washington.
[Source: The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Poets: The Who's Who of American Poets 429 (New York: Avon House, 1938)]
Lyman Seelye, Oalin (Bellingham, Washington: Bayside Press, 1922)
Lyman Seelye, The Genesis of Good Government (Bellingham, [Washington]: The Bayside Press, 1922)