Author: Alice Coralie Glyn
Author: Alice Coralie Glyn (1866–1928)
Alternate Name(s): Carr-Glyn (alternate name)
Biography: The Hon. Alice Coralie Glyn was born in 1866, the daughter of Vice-Admiral the Hon. Henry Carr Glyn and Rose Mahonny. She was an avid worker for industrial workers and women's education. As an author, she wrote many articles and a science fiction novel A Woman of To-morrow (1896). She died unmarried and left her small fortune to a working-class women's charity and her long-time partner Lois Tremlow.
References: British Census (1901, 1911); Wellesley; Who's Who (1910)
- The Idyll of the Star-Flower: An Allegory of Life. 1 vol. London: David Nutt, 1895.
- A Woman of To-Morrow: A Tale of the 20th Century. 1 vol. London: Women's Printing Society, 1896.
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