|Date of Birth||1 July 1882, Davenport, Iowa, USA|
|Date of Death||27 July 1948, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA (viral pneumonia)|
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American playwright and novelist. One of the founders of the Provincetown Players (1915) and the Provincetown Playhouse, where the plays of 'Eugene O'Neill' were first produced. Glaspell received the Pulitzer Prize in 1931 for her play _Alison's House_, based on the life of Emily Dickinson.
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|Norman Matson||(1925 - 1932) (divorced)|
|George Cram Cook||(1913 - 1924) (his death)|