Eunice Guthrie Murray

Standard Name: Murray, Eunice Guthrie
Birth Name: Eunice Guthrie Murray
EMG, Scottish suffragist, rousing public speaker, novelist, feminist pamphleteer and biographer, issued her first book during World War One and her last shortly after World War Two. She published one travel book, and late in life turned more and more to local history.


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Textual Production Frances Power Cobbe
The Women's Library holds papers of FPC including contributions to several archives of letters. Particularly interesting is a scrapbook of cuttings, cartoons, etc. (mostly on the suffrage struggle, dating from 1893-1913). Cobbe gave this volume...


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Murray, Eunice Guthrie. A Gallery of Scottish Women. Gowans and Gray, 1935.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Frances Murray. Printed for private circulation by Maclehose, Jackson, 1920.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Impressions of Palestine and Beyond. Gowans and Gray, 1932.
Macmillan, Chrystal, and Eunice Guthrie Murray. “Letters to the Editor: Woman Suffrage”. Times, p. 12.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Saint Mochta and the Chapel of Kilmanhew. Bennett and Thomson, 1932.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Scottish Law as it Affects Women. King, 1921.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Scottish Women in Bygone Days. Gowans and Gray, 1930.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. The Hidden Tragedy. C. W. Daniel, 1917.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. The Lass He Left Behind. A. H. Stockwell, 1918.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. The Old School of Cardross. Jackson, Son, 1949.
Murray, Eunice Guthrie. Woman’s Value in War Time. Women’s Freedom League.