Dollie Radford

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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.[1]

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.[2]


  • 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)


  1. ^ 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. 
  2. ^ "Register of the Dollie Radford Papers: A Collection of Papers Relating to Dollie Radford, Her Family and Circle of Friends, 1880-1920"

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