Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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|Leisure and Society||Ruby M. Ayres|
|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|
|Occupation||John Strange Winter|
|Occupation||B. M. Croker|
|politics||Isabella Ormston Ford|
|Textual Features||John Strange Winter||
Winter's other writing commitments prompted her to cease editing Winter's Weekly in September 1894, but it continued publication until 1895.
Winter wrote that she was handing over to a sister writer with capable hands,
Youngkin, Molly. “"Independent in Thought and Expression, Kindly and Tolerant in Tone": Henrietta Stannard, Golden Gates, and Gender Controversies in Fin-de-Siècle Periodicals”. Victorian Periodicals Review, No. 3, pp. 307 - 29.
|Textual Production||Constance Smedley||
The author later wrote that this book sprang from her inner conflict between the values of the London artistic world (the golden world of woman's sheltered graciousness, of romantic and enthusiastic friendships pursued on...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||John Strange Winter|