Kellogg, Clara Louise

Kellogg, Clara Louise, 1842–1916, American operatic soprano, b. Sumterville, S.C. She made her debut in 1861 in New York City and in 1863 sang Marguerite in the first New York performance of Gounod's Faust. From 1873 to 1876 she toured the United States with her own company, producing operas in English.

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