Annie E. Holdsworth
Standard Name: Holdsworth, Annie E.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Vernon Lee||
VL had a half-brother, (James) Eugene Lee-Hamilton , from her mother's previous marriage. To Violet's deep disappointment, her mother lavished most of her affection and attention on Eugene, who was a poet and longtime invalid...
|Textual Production||Henrietta Müller||
In HB's own words, the paper's ultimate goal was to further the emancipation of women in every direction and in every land. This she considered to be part of the mission of Christ in spite...
4 January 1894
Lady Henry Somerset and Annie E. Holdsworth published in London the first issue of the Woman's Signal, a weekly magazine addressing temperance issues, and also broader topics such as suffrage, working conditions, and domestic violence.
23 March 1899
The Woman's Signal, a temperance periodical, ceased publication in London.
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