William E. Bryant
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William E. Bryant (1842-1915) was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1869, he became night editor of the Boston Journal, later becoming its dramatic editor and critic. In 1901, he left the Boston Journal and became manager of B.F. Keith's Theatre, a vaudeville playhouse in Boston. During his time as a journalist and critic, he interviewed many famous writers, including Eugene Field and Arthur Conan Doyle.
William E. Bryant
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William E. Bryant (1842-1915) was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1869, he became night editor of the Boston Journal, later becoming its dramatic editor and critic. In 1901, he left the Boston Journal and became manager of B.F. Keith's Theatre, a vaudeville playhouse in Boston. During his time as a journalist and critic, he interviewed many famous writers, including Eugene Field and Arthur Conan Doyle.