John Bruce Glasier

Standard Name: Glasier, John Bruce

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Family and Intimate relationships Katharine Bruce Glasier
At Rough Firth on the Scottish coast, Katharine Conway married John Bruce Glasier in a private ceremony attended by only two witnesses, according to ancient Scottish custom.
His father's surname was Bruce, but his...
Family and Intimate relationships Katharine Bruce Glasier
After a lengthy illness KBG 's husband, John Bruce Glasier , succumbed to cancer of the bowel and died at 37 Windsor Road, Levenshulme (a suburb of Manchester).
Thompson, Laurence. The Enthusiasts. Victor Gollancz Limited, 1971.
228
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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Family and Intimate relationships Katharine Bruce Glasier
KBG 's husband, John Bruce Glasier , fell ill in 1915 with cancer of the bowel. The combined physical and psychological demands of travelling, writing, and speaking for the cause finally took their toll under...
Health Katharine Bruce Glasier
Under the combined physical and emotional stresses of caring for and losing her husband , of illness, and of editing The Labour Leader, KBG suffered exhaustion and then nervous breakdown.
Kelly, Gary, and Edd Applegate, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 190. Gale Research, 1998.
190:125
Thompson, Laurence. The Enthusiasts. Victor Gollancz Limited, 1971.
232-3
Occupation Katharine Bruce Glasier
During her husband 's illness, between autumn 1916 and April 1921, KBG took over the editorship of The Labour Leader, the prime propaganda vessel of the Independent Labour Party . In this time she...
politics Katharine Bruce Glasier
After their marriage, KBG and her husband, John Bruce Glasier , formed an effective socialist partnership very much like that of Sidney and Beatrice Webb . They maintained their involvement in the Independent Labour Party
Publishing Katharine Bruce Glasier
With her husband, John Bruce Glasier , KBG published The Religion of Socialism: Two Aspects, a sixteen-page pamphlet issued at Manchester and Glasgow by the presses of the Independent Labour Party .
Thompson, Laurence. The Enthusiasts. Victor Gollancz Limited, 1971.
88
C19: The Nineteenth Century Index.
Balshaw, June Marion. Suffrage, solidarity and strife: political partnerships and the women’s movement 1880-1930. University of Greenwich, 1998.
165
Publishing Katharine Bruce Glasier
KBG began writing a regular women's column for The Labour Leader when her husband, John Bruce Glasier , assumed the editorship of the paper. Her column was titled Iona.
Thompson, Laurence. The Enthusiasts. Victor Gollancz Limited, 1971.
140, 156, 159
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Glasier, John Bruce
Textual Features Katharine Bruce Glasier
The pamphlet focuses on the idea that socialism is best understood as a religious creed and practice. Its first half, written by KBG , employs a conversion narrative to express this perspective, while the second...

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