Louis Bromfield

Novelist + Agrarian Theorist
Born Dec 27, 1896

Louis Bromfield was an American author and conservationist who gained international recognition, winning the Pulitzer Prize and pioneering innovative scientific farming concepts.

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1896 Birth Louis Bromfield was born in Mansfield, Ohio, in 1896 to Charles Brumfield, originally from New England, and Annette Marie Coulter Brumfield, the daughter of an Ohio pioneer. … Read More


1921 25 Years Old Louis Bromfield was married in 1921 to New York socialite Mary Appleton Wood, the daughter of prominent New York City attorney Chalmers Wood and his wife Ellen Appleton Smith.
1924 28 Years Old In 1924, his first novel, The Green Bay Tree, won instant acclaim. … Read More
1925 29 Years Old In 1925, Bromfield and his family left for a vacation in France, a country he had come to love during the war. … Read More


1952 56 Years Old Mary Appleton Wood Bromfield died in 1952. … Read More


1956 60 Years Old Died in 1956.
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