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Blossom, Henry Martyn Jr.

Born: 1866 AD
Died: 1919 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Lyricists, Playwrights

1866 – Henry Martyn Blossom was born on the 10th of May in St. Louis, Missouri. American songwriter and lyricist.

1914 – He joined ASCAP.

         – Became both a charter member and a director.

1919 – He wrote his best work: The Yankee Consul, Mlle. Modiste (libretto), The Red Mill (book and lyrics), The Only Girl, The Princess Pat (book and lyrics), Eileen (lyrics), and The Velvet Lady.

         – Blossom died on 23rd of March from pneumonia in New York City at the age of 53.