Gladys Lucy Adshead
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Gladys Lucy Adshead (April 25, 1896–1985) was a British-born writer of children's books.
Adshead was born in Manchester, England, to James Frederick and Bertha Wilson Groome Adshead. She was educated at Froebel Educational Institute, a teacher training college. She became a teacher and headmistress in private schools in England, where she was a member of the Royal Society of Teachers, and later in Maryland, Massachusetts, and Illinois in the United States.
- Commire, Anne. Something About the Author, Volume 3. Gale Research 1972
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