St John, Christopher. Ethel Smyth. Longmans, Green.
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In June 1921, they moved the Fellowship Services to the Guildhouse, Eccleston Square, where MR continued to preach until she resigned in December 1936. She resigned because, she said, I have to choose; and...
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CH published The Old Vic, a history of this London theatre which included a chapter by its celebrated manager, Lilian Baylis .
H. S.,. “A Week in Books”. The Guardian, p. Review 5.
TSL Archive 1254 (28 January 1926): 56
Whitelaw, Lis. The Life and Rebellious Times of Cicely Hamilton. Women’s Press.
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