Victoria League


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death Edith Lyttelton
Her memorial service was attended by relations and by prominent members of society, politicians, and representatives from the wide variety of causes she supported, including the Victoria League , the Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre Committee
Family and Intimate relationships Naomi Mitchison
She lectured for the Victoria League , an organisation devoted to promotion of the British Empire, and ran a small dairy on the family estate, which was among the first in Oxfordshire to be free...
Occupation Edith Lyttelton
The Victoria League , chaired by EL , reported that the society had reached more than 18,000 people in the past year through their lending libraries and illustrated lectures.
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
(8 February 1907): 5
politics Edith Lyttelton
EL , a member of the Women's Liberal Unionist Association and the Victoria League , strongly supported a unified British Empire. On 19 February 1904 she was one of several signatories on a letter to...


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