An EG born this year at Crosby
seems the most likely candidate for the identity of the future suffrage playwright.
EG probably published Cats and My Camera
, subtitled "Some Mental and Photographic Reflections", dedicated to her friend and companion 'Kam'. The text consists of anecdote and reminiscence, but gives little personal information away.
The date of EG's death is not known, but her correspondence with the Society of Authors
, Add MSS 63250, 3. ff. 10-71, is dated in the British Library Manuscript Catalogue 1921-1941. The National Register of Archives
therefore lists her dates as F1911-1941—which merely reflects the facts that her first suffrage play, Miss Appleyard's Awakening
, was produced in 1911, and that her correspondence with the Society ended in 1941. It may or may not mean that she died in 1941.