Authors' Club

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Authors' Club

ROSE, Algernon Sidney (died 1934), Hon. Secretary Authors Club since 1908

From the Founders of the Authors Club [October?] 1882 · New York

To the Founders of the Authors Club [October?] 1882 · New York

MAARTENS, Maarten (1858 - 1915), Hon. Member Author’s Clubs, London and New York; novelist

BOUTENS, Peter Cornelis (1870 - 1943), Man of Letters; President, Society of Dutch Authors; Hon. President, Literary Club (Dutch PEN Club), etc

GRAY, William Forbes (1874 - 1950), author, journalist; Vice-President of Old Edinburgh Club, 1947, and Editor of its Publications, 1923–36

SYMONS, Albert James Alroy (1900 - 1941), author; Director of the First Edition Club; Secretary of the Wine and Food Society

HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817 - 1906), author; lecturer; Hon. Member of Institute of Journalists, and of Musée Social, Paris; the Cobden and National Liberal Clubs; journalist

Smedley [married name Armfield], (Annie) Constance (1876-1941), author and founder of the International Lyceum Clubs

MacCARTHY, Desmond (1877 - 1952), author and literary critic; Pres. of English PEN Club; late editor of Life and Letters, weekly contributor to Sunday Times

LELAND, Charles Godfrey (1824 - 1903), Member of American Philosophical Society; author; founder of the Rabelais Club, and Hungarian Folk-lore Society; President, Gypsy-lore Society, afterwards of Buda-pest

CRAN, Marion (1875 - 1942), author; Founder of the original Garden Club in Mayfair; Vice-President, National Gardens Guild; the original Broadcaster of Garden Talks from the London Station; has also broadcast from Cape Town, New York and Vancouver Stations

MOSELEY, Sydney Alexander (1888 - 1961), author and journalist; Radio Columnist, USA; Director, The Outspoken Press; Chairman and Managing Editor, Television Press, Ltd; Vice-President Newspaper Press Fund; Founder and Life Member Overseas Press Club of America; Founder and First President Broadcast Critics Circle


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New York literary society, founded in 1882 by Brander Matthews, Edward Eggleston, E.C. Stedman, R.W. Gilder, and others.

Subjects: Literature.

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