Caroline Maitland (1858 – 1920) was an English poet and writer. She married in 1883 Ernest Radford, and wrote as Dollie Radford. They had three children, one being the doctor and writer Maitland Radford.
Her friends included Eleanor Marx, whom she knew through a Shakespeare reading group attended by Karl Marx, and Amy Levy. Her papers are housed at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library at UCLA.
- A Light Load (1891)
- Songs for Somebody (1893)
- Good Night (1895)
- Songs and other verses (1895)
- Sea Thrift (1904)
- In Summer Time (1905)
- A Ballad of Victory and other poems (1907)
- Poems (1910)
- Diana Baynes Jansen (1 August 2003). Jung's Apprentice: A Biography of Helton Godwin Baynes. Daimon. p. 36. ISBN 978-3-85630-626-7. Retrieved 8 March 2013.
- "Register of the Dollie Radford Papers: A Collection of Papers Relating to Dollie Radford, Her Family and Circle of Friends, 1880-1920" http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf8b69p1zw
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- Works at The Victorian Women Writers Project
- Works by Dollie Radford at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Dollie Radford at Internet Archive
- Dollie Radford at Library of Congress Authorities, with 4 catalogue records
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