Standard Name: Jebb, Eglantyne
Used Form: Eglantine Jebb
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|Occupation||Gladys Henrietta Schütze||
When she ceased being a journalist, in 1923, she volunteered to her services to Eglantyne Jebb , joint-founder with her sister Dorothy Buxton of the Save the Children Fund , as an honorary organizer. She...
|politics||Katharine Bruce Glasier||
Meanwhile, KBG returned to her socialist activism in 1924 after she had recovered from her breakdown. She began a lecture tour on 4 June that year, addressing socialist gatherings, and worked at selling her husband's...
|Textual Production||Katharine Bruce Glasier||
KBG 's other known pamphlets include: Baths at the Pithead and the Works (1912, the third edition of something at first issued as Miners' Baths), National Old-Age Homes (1914), The Price of War (1916),...
The charity Save the Children was publicly launched at the Albert Hall in London, largely through the efforts of the sisters Dorothy Buxton and Eglantyne Jebb , to alleviate suffering caused in Europe by...
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