American authoress; born June 15, 1865, in San Francisco, Cal., to which city her parents had migrated from France, and where she received her education. In addition to several short stories, which appeared in various American magazines, she is the author of the following novels: "Other Things Being Equal," San Francisco, 1892; "A Prodigal in Love," ib. 1894; "The Joy of Life," ib. 1896; and "Heirs of Yesterday," ib. 1900. Her Jewish novels attracted particular attention.
- American Jewish Year Book, 5665 (1904-5).