London International Lyceum Club


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Leisure and Society Charlotte O'Conor Eccles
She belonged to a number of London clubs for professional women: the Writers' Club (founded 1892, first president John Strange Winter , which, she said, was invaluable in teaching her the need for assertiveness),
O’Conor Eccles, Charlotte. “The Experience of a Woman Journalist”. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, pp. 830 - 8.
153 (June 1893): 836
Leisure and Society Violet Hunt
VH hosted luncheons for Radclyffe Hall , Bram Stoker , H. G. Wells and others at the Writers' Club in Bruton Street. She later claimed: It was the first really literary and journalistic women's...


April 1910
F. T. Marinetti , leader of the Futurist movement in Italy, made his first appearance in England at the Lyceum Club in London to promote the Futurist doctrine of revolution and violence in art.