Souhami, Diana. Mrs. Keppel and Her Daughter. Flamingo, 1997.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|death||John Oliver Hobbes|
|Family and Intimate relationships||John Oliver Hobbes||
Pearl was taken seriously ill on their honeymoon to Cannes. On the journey back to England she had to be carried on a litter. She was lame and on crutches for a time, and...
|Friends, Associates||Edith Craig|
|Friends, Associates||John Oliver Hobbes|
|Leisure and Society||Violet Trefusis|
|Leisure and Society||Flora Klickmann|
|Literary responses||Freya Stark|
The protesters marched to Buckingham Palace, where King George V and Queen Mary appeared on the balcony.
Egerton, George. A Leaf from the Yellow Book. White, Terence de VereEditor , Richards Press, 1958.
|Residence||Catharine Amy Dawson Scott|
|Textual Production||Agatha Christie|
|Textual Production||Vita Sackville-West||
During the early 1920s VSW was invited by Queen Mary to provide a text for the collection in her famous dolls' house. Sackville-West obliged with a tiny-weeny handwritten book, A Note of Explanation, which...
|Textual Production||Vita Sackville-West|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Mary Frances Billington||
MFB credits Queen Mary and her attempts to mobilize women in the workforce for the passing of that sense of utter impotence which possessed [women] in the first days of the war.
Billington, Mary Frances. The Roll-Call of Serving Women: A Record of Woman’s Work for Combatants and Sufferers in the Great War. The Religious Tract Society, 1915.