Clare Atwood

Standard Name: Atwood, Clare
Used Form: Atwood, Tony


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Family and Intimate relationships Edith Craig
In 1916 Clare Atwood , known as Tony, went to live with EC and Christopher St John. A painter by training she, too, was put to work in theatrical productions painting sets. The three women...
Family and Intimate relationships Christopher St John
CSJ 's and Edith Craig 's household expanded to include the painter Tony (Clare) Atwood ; the three lived together in Smallhythe Place and London for the rest of their lives.
Cockin, Katharine. Edith Craig (1869-1947): Dramatic Lives. Cassell.
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Friends, Associates Edith Craig
In the early 1930s—when the persecution of lesbians in general and Radclyffe Hall in particular was raging in the wake of The Well of Loneliness trial—EC , Christopher St John , and Clare Atwood
Friends, Associates Christopher St John
CSJ , Edith Craig , and Tony Atwood spent much time in the company of Radclyffe Hall and Una Troubridge , who were staying temporarily in Kent while their house was being renovated.
Cockin, Katharine. Edith Craig (1869-1947): Dramatic Lives. Cassell.
Literary responses Christopher St John
St John said that after she published her novels George Bernard Shaw (a great friend and supporter of her, Craig, and Tony Atwood ) suggested that she should write a history of her own unconventional...


November 1905: The first exhibition of the Friday Club was...

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November 1905

The first exhibition of the Friday Club was held at the Alpine Club Gallery , London.


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