Biography of Erving Winslow


Winslow, Erving. Commission merchant. Born in Boston, 1839. Educated at English High School, Boston, and Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard. Was assistant U. S. Coast Survey. Assistant in Dudley Observatories, Albany, NY. In 1868, engaged in business, Boston. Translator: "Maeterlinck's 'Pelleas et Melisande'." Founder and joint editor for two years, "Time and the Hour." Contributor to magazines, reviews, newspapers. Died 1922.