|Birth Day||July 7, 1906|
|Age||114 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jul 6, 1995 (age 88)|
Poet associated with the Harlem Renaissance and known for her Vanity Fair-featured poem, "Bottled." She published her last poems in a 1935 issue of Challenge: A Literary Quarterly.
She attended Columbia University and Boston University.
She was a friend of author
With her husband william Hubbel, she had a daughter in 1935.
She was influenced by the literary work of fellow Harlem Renaissance figure Langston Hughes.