Genevieve Farnell-Bond was a poet. This is a scrapbook of articles by Genevieve Farnell-Bond clipped from the
Los Angeles Times in 1914. Articles cover topics such as fire fighters, governors, parks, pioneers, the postal service, street names, and the
water system in early Los Angeles.
Genevieve Farnell Bond (d. 1961) was a journalist and poet, who lived in Los Angeles until she moved with her husband Rollin
Bond to Washington, D.C. Her book,
The Faun: And Other Poems was published in 1913.
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