John Robert Collins

Standard Name: Collins, John Robert


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Family and Intimate relationships Kate Parry Frye
KPF was married on her thirty-seventh birthday to John Robert Collins , to whom she had been engaged for eleven years. The ceremony took place at Hove in Sussex. She finally agreed to marriage...
Family and Intimate relationships Kate Parry Frye
KPF 's theatrical life brought her wider experience of flirting, kissing, and fending men off than most girls of her class. She met her future husband, John Robert Collins , in September 1903 while both...
Family and Intimate relationships Kate Parry Frye
John Collins was awarded the Military Cross in July 1917, narrowly survived the flu epidemic after the war, and went back to being a struggling actor, as well as to his former commitment to the...
Leisure and Society Kate Parry Frye
When in London KPF enjoyed going to the theatre, often with John Robert Collins . She loved Votes for Women! by Elizabeth Robins in April 1907, thought Ibsen 's A Doll's House splendid in March...
Occupation Kate Parry Frye
After a few casual jobs early in the first world war, KPF worked only sporadically as an actress. She often travelled around the country with John Robert Collins for his work first as an actor...
Reception Christabel Pankhurst
This inflammatory book, probably CP 's best known work, was championed by the Church of England (even though the Church disagreed with her views on votes for women). A review by Rebecca West in the...
Textual Production Kate Parry Frye
KPF 's only published work appeared in print: Cease Fire!, a one-act play about the first world war, written in collaboration with her husband, John Robert Collins .
Frye, Kate Parry. “Introduction”. Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Parry Frye’s Suffrage Diary, edited by Elizabeth Crawford, Francis Boutle Publishers, pp. 9-34.


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Frye, Kate Parry, and John Robert Collins. Cease Fire!. Samuel French, 1921.