The New York Times for November 27, 1897 has an article titled Authors at Home: Robert Grant in the Back Bay. Robert Grant was the author of Unleavened Bread, which I mentioned in an earlier post as having been banned by the Boston Public Library. There was apparently a series of Authors at Home articles, as this one is labeled number four. Grant's home was at the corner of Marlboro and Clarendon Streets in Boston, and the article gives a description that makes me want to see it. I wonder if it is still there, and if so, who lives in it.
Appended to the same article is a review, not very complementary, of What Maisie Knew by Henry James.