Biography of Sarah K. Bolton
Cuyahoga County, OH Biographies

SARAH K. BOLTON, who died February 21, 1916, was one of the most prolific and able writers among the distinguished women of Cleveland. She was born in Connecticut September 15, 1841, and was educated in the school conducted by Catherine Beecher at Hartford. She was married to Charles E. Bolton and was the mother of Charles K. Bolton, distinguished librarian and author at Boston. The Boltons, after the Civil war, located at Cleveland, where he entered business and was also active in the educational bureau of the Young Men's Christian Association, and a traveling lecturer. In this way Mrs. Bolton gathered much valuable material, and was a regular contributor to Harper's Bazaar, The Independent, the Congregationalist, and other publications. She was author of a long series of books, the first published in 1864 and the last in 1907. These books inchided a large number of biographical studies of successful men and women, famous statesmen, artists, authors and leaders among men, and similar books.

A History of Cuyahoga County
and the City of Cleveland
By: William R. Coates
The American Historical Society
Chicago and New York, 1924

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