1913 – September Footnotes

[1] The Great Adventure: A Play of Fancy in Four Acts by Arnold Bennett – first published 1913.

[2] Harvey and Gore – Established in 1723, one of London’s oldest privately owned antique jewellers and diamond dealers.

[3] Dorothea Frances Matilda “Dora” Pertz FLS (1859 – 1939) was a British botanist. She co-authored five papers with Francis Darwin, Charles Darwin’s son. She was made a Fellow of the Linnean Society, among the first women admitted to full membership.

[4] Sir John Soane’s Museum is a national museum, displaying the extraordinary collections amassed by renowned British architect Sir John Soane, including antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and drawings, and paintings including work by Hogarth, Turner and Canaletto.

[5] The Tragedy of Nan and Other Plays by John MasefieldIrene Rooke (1878 –1958) was an English theatre and film actress from Bridport, Dorset, England.

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