|Maude Barrows Dutton, Brookline High School Class of 1898 (photo inscribed "1894".)|
1880 - 1959; father: Samuel Train Dutton; attended Smith College; married: Frederick Lynch in N.Y in 1909; lived at 33 Colburne crescent;
Daughter of Samuel Train Dutton, the superintendent of schools in Brookline from 1890 to 1900. She moved to New York with her father when he became superintendent of the Horace Mann Schools run by Teachers College, Columbia University. Maud also followed her father in the education field, authoring a series of children’s books on "The World of Work" and on different countries and cultures. She married the Congregational minister, editor, and peace activist Frederick Lynch in 1909.