Louisa Baldwin

Standard Name: Baldwin, Louisa
Birth Name: Louisa Macdonald
Married Name: Louisa Baldwin
Nickname: Louie
Indexed Name: Mrs Alfred Baldwin
Over the course of her writing career (during the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth), LB published four novels, two collections of children's stories, one collection of gothic ghost stories and a volume of poems and sonnets. Select poems and ghost stories also appeared in various periodicals.
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press, 1989.
British Library Catalogue.
Baldwin, Louisa. The Shadow on the Blind, and Other Ghost Stories. J. M. Dent, 1895.
Baldwin, Louisa. Afterglow. Methuen, 1911.
Photograph of a painting of Louisa Baldwin by Edward Poynter. The background (patterned wallpaper, a painting on the wall, ornaments) is mostly blue. She sits in a carved black chair, wearing a simple black dress with four strands of blue beads around her neck, and a paper fan clasped in her hands.
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Family and Intimate relationships Rudyard Kipling
One of Alice's sisters became a novelist and miscellaneous writer under her married name of Louisa Baldwin ; her husband was a wealthy manufacturer and their son Stanley Baldwin later became Prime Minister of Britain...
Family and Intimate relationships Ethel Wilson
EW 's parents were married by Frederic William Macdonald , an uncle of Rudyard Kipling , brother of writer Louisa Baldwin , and brother-in-law of painter Edward Burne-Jones . As a wedding gift, Macdonald gave...


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