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All authors in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919), now have Wikipedia articles.

This was part of WikiProject Missing articles, an effort to use outside sources to determine what articles are missing from Wikipedia. This page contained a list of 110 persons lacking Wikipedia entries but having entries in the 1919 edition of Bartlett's Quotations, a work in the public domain, available here. This project is a counterpart to Wikiquote:Bartlett's 1919 Index.

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