Amos W. Rideout
From Kook Science
|Amos W. Rideout|
From an advert. for An Evening with Charles Dickens (1920)
|Born||7 September 1859 |
Wilton, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire
|Died||15 October 1921 (62)|
Newton, Massachusetts 
|Affiliations||Dickens Fellowship; Sons of the American Revolution|
Amos Woodbury Rideout (September 7, 1859 - October 15, 1921) was an American pharmacist and Dickens scholar (who founded of the Boston Branch of the Dickens Fellowship) with esoteric and astrologic interests expressed through his publication Ye Quaint Magazine (1901-1904).
Rideout was a contributor to the Practical Druggist and Pharmaceutical Review of Reviews (alongside John Uri Lloyd and others) and The Dickensian.
- "FOUNDER OF DICKENS FELLOWSHIP DEAD", Boston Post: 16, 18 Oct. 1921, https://newspaperarchive.com/boston-post-oct-18-1921-p-16/
- "Funeral Tomorrow for Amos Woodbury Rideout", Boston Globe: 22, 18 Oct. 1921, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/431072355/