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Worked in the Foreign Rights Department at The Hogarth Press.

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von Ullman

Hungarian literary agent or publisher

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Canadian war poet Frank James Prewett (nicknamed “Toronto”) was born August 24, 1893 near Mt. Forest, Ontario on his maternal grandfather’s farm. This son of Arthur H.

Writer 1893 Feb 24th 1962 Feb 16th
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Victoria [Vita] Mary Sackville-West, poet, novelist, and horticultural journalist, was born on 9th March 1892 at Knole, near Sevenoaks, and died on 2nd June 1962 at Sissinghurst.

Female Translator, Writer 1892 Mar 9th 1962 Jun 2nd
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‘I caught Alix in profile & saw her old, masterly, advanced’, wrote Virginia Woolf in her diary (Diary 2:135-136) and she was right: Alix Strachey was to become masterly and advanced but her role as one of the first Br

Female Translator, Writer, Psychoanalyst 4 June 1892 28 April 1973
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Francesca Allinson (known as Fresca) was born Enid Ellen Pulvermacher Allinson in 1902.  She was the fifth child of early whole foods advocate Dr T.R.

Female Writer 1902 Aug 20th 1945 Apr 7th
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Marjorie Thomson


From Nicola Wilson and Helen Southworth, 'Women Workers at the Hogarth Press (c. 1917-25)', Women in Print, vol 2 (Peter Lang, 2022)

Female Manager
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Katherine Mansfield (originally Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp) was born into a well-to-do family in Wellington, New Zealand on 14 October 1888, the third of five children.

Female Writer 1888 Oct 14th 1923 Jan 9th
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Olive Moore is a mystery. She first appears on the literary record in the 1920s as a journalist, penning at least 37 articles forthe Daily Sketch, a British tabloid, from 1923 to 1934.

Female Journalist, Novelist 21 February 1901 24 November 1979
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Charlotte Mary Mew (1869-1928) was a poet, fiction writer, and dramatist born in Bloomsbury, London on November 15th, 1869 to architect Frederick Mew (1833-1898) and his wife, Anna Maria Kendall (1837-1923). Mew’s childhood was altogether a happy one.

Female Poet, Writer 1869 Nov 15th 1928 Mar 24th
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Frances Partridge (née Marshall) attended the progressive school Bedales where she became a good friend of Julia Strachey (whose biography she would later write).  After graduating from Newnham College, Cambridge University, in

Female Translator, Writer 1900 Mar 15th 2004 Feb 5th
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Libby Benedict (17 June 1903-15 January 1990) was a Jewish-American writer active during the pre- and post-World War II period. Dates of her birth and death seem to be accepted, but there are other confusions about parentage and name.

Female Journalist, Novelist, Short Story Writer, Translator 1903 Jun 17th 1990 Jan 15th
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Margaret Stevenson Miller was born in 1896 and was not only a scholar, but also one of the pioneers for the fight against legislation preventing married women from retaining their jobs. Miller attended Edinburgh University, where she received her Masters degree and Bachelor’s of commerce.

Female Academic, Activist, Writer 1896 1978 Mar 4th
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Ruth Manning-Sanders (née Ruth Vernon Manning), writer, was born on 21st August 1886 in Swansea and died on 12th October 1988 in Penzance. She was the third and youngest daughter of John Edmondson Manning, a Unitarian minister, and Emma Manning (neé Browne Brock).

Female Writer 1886 Aug 21st 1988 Oct 12th
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Best known for work on Shelley. Married Edmund Blunden in 1933 (after her HP book published, 1929), divorced 1945 (no children).

Female Critic, Writer 1906 1971
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Willa Muir, née Wilhelmina Johnston Anderson, was called Minnie as a child and sometimes published under the name Agnes Neill Scott.

Female Translator, Writer 1890 Mar 13th 1970 May 22nd
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E. M.


Although best known for Diary of a Provincial Lady (1930), and its humorous portrait of a harassed, self-deprecating housewife, Delafield wore many other hats in her relatively short but busy life.

Female Biographer, Critic, Journalist, Novelist, Travel Writer 19 June 1890 11 December 1943
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Rebecca West was born Cicely Isabel Fairfield in 1892.

Female Critic, Journalist, Writer 1892 Dec 21st 1983 Mar 15th
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Mrs Cartwright worked at the Hogarth Press as a manager for five years between July 1925 and March 1930. Despite staying at the Press longer than most workers, she is hardly mentioned in either J.H.

Female Manager
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Maria Jolas (née McDonald) grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, with a “traditional liberal Jeffersonian southern upbringing” in a “large family, neither rich nor poor.”[1] After attending boarding school in New York, she left the United Sta

Female Editor, Translator, Writer 1893 Jan 12th 1987 Mar 4th