27 October 1846
Katharine Harris Bradley (who was later known, along with Edith Cooper, as MF) was born at the address 10 Digbeth
, the much younger one of two girls in her family.
12 January 1862
Edith Cooper (who later shared the pen name MF with Katharine Harris Bradley) was born at Kenilworth
, at an address in the High Street
; she was the elder of two girls.
By 24 July 1875
Katharine Harris Bradley (later one of the writing partnership who made up MF) published a volume of poems, The New Minnesinger
, under the pseudonym 'Arran Leigh'.
By 18 June 1889
Writing as MF, Katharine Harris Bradley and Edith Cooper published Long Ago
, a collection of poems written around the surviving fragments of Sappho
10 November 1933
Selections from the journal of MF appeared posthumously as Works and Days
(title of the best-known work by the Greek poet Hesiod
). This book offered new insight into the work and life of Katharine Harris Bradley and Edith Cooper.