Person    | Male  Born 31/8/1843  Died 15/12/1904

Norman MacColl

Categories: Journalism / Publishing

Countries: Scotland, Spain

Norman MacColl

Born Edinburgh. Journal editor and Spanish scholar. Editor of ‘The Athenaeum’ from 1871 to 1911. Following a tour of Spain in 1874, he dedicated himself to the study of Spanish literature. Died 4 Campden Hill Square, Notting Hill.

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