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Beatrice (Ethel) Grimshaw: A Bibliography in Progress

 

Compiled by Peter Ruber & Victor A. Berch

 

(Some UK magazine citations were contributed by Mike Ashley. Early Grimshaw citations from “The Social Review” were excerpted from a 400-pg doctoral thesis completed in 1985 by Susan Gardner for Rhodes University, South Africa)

 

Draft 15.0 / 11-1-03

 

Beatrice (Ethel) Grimshaw

(February 3, 1870 – June 30, 1953)

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ADVENTURE

Nobody’s Island (N) – Feb 1917

 

AINSLEE’S

The Island Grave (ss) – Jan 1923

 

ALL-STORY WEEKLY

The Coral Palace (ss) – Jul 29, 1916

 

THE ARGOSY (UK)

The Treasure-Hole (ss) – Feb 1929

The Isles of Peace (nv) – Sep 1929

The Long Beaches (ss) – Jan 1937

 

ASIA AND THE AMERICAS

The World’s Worst Cannibal Island (ar) – Jun 1934

Where One Is Sure of Peace (ar) – Nov 1941

His Soul Goes Marching On (ar) – Jan 1942

 

AVON FANTASY READER

The Cave (ss) – (#13) 1950

The Forest of Lost Men (ss) – (#16) 1951

 

BEDFORD COLLEGE MAGAZINE (UK)

The Lawful Authority of the Government Is Likely to Suffer by the Freedom with Which Its Actions Are at Present Criticized (ar) – Jun 1887

There Is a Growing Want of Appreciation of Real Poetry among the English
People (ar) – Dec 1887

In the Far North (ar) – Dec 1891

 

THE BLUE BOOK MAGAZINE

The Bright Alaras (ss) – May 1921

The Valley of Never Come Back (ss) – Jun 1922

 

The Sands of Oro (s-3) – Nov 1923

– Dec 1923

– Jan 1924

 

The Red Atoll (ss) – Oct 1925

The Wicked Island (ss) – Nov 1925

The Silver Beast (ss) – Dec 1925

The Crusoe Ship (ss) – Jan 1926

The Singing Ghost (ss) – Feb 1926

The Golden Crowns (ss) – Mar 1926

Blue Jim Takes a Hand (ss) – Jul 1928

The Eerie Island (ss) – Oct 1928

The Secret of the Island (ss) – Nov 1928

The Quest of the Queen (ss) – Dec 1928

The Brush Island Bogey (ss) – Feb 1929

Madame Bluebeard (ss) – May 1929

The Ship of Roses (ss) – Oct 1929

Outside the Reef (ss) – Oct 1930

The Black Bat, Night (ss) – Sep 1931

Full Fathom Five (ss) – May 1932

Wind Among the Palms (ss) – Jul 1932

The Island Pearl (ss) – Sep 1932

That Tall Girl Belle (ss) – Nov 1932

 

(became)
BLUE BOOK

Red Sunset Land (ss) – Feb 1933

The Flaming Sword (ss) – May 1933

One Woman in Ten Thousand (ss) – Sep 1933

Sun on the Pacific (ss) – Jan 1934

The Forest of Lost Men (ss) – Aug 1934

 

New Barbary Gold:

The Valley of Golden Silence (ss) – Oct 1934

Gold Is Where You Find It (ss) – Nov 1934

King In, King Out! (ss) – Dec 1934

Away From it All (ss) – Jan 1935

But They Hunt No More (ss) – Feb 1935

Eyes of the Pearl (ss) – Mar 1935

 

The Maid of Nui-Nui (ss) – May 1935

The Outcasts of Diamond Flat (ss) – Jul 1936

Adam and Eve Island (ss) – Jun 1937

Twenty Pieces of Silver (ss) – Feb 1938

The Pearls of Benbow (ss) – Jun 1938

 

Nor’west Jane:

1. Lady of the Cannibal Islands (ss) – Aug 1938

2. The Devil Always Cheats (ss) – Jan 1939

3. The Phoenix Egg (ss) – Feb 1939

 

How I Found Adventure (ar) – Apr 1939

Moon of Evil (ss) – Jun 1939

 

4. The Star of Death (ss) – Aug 1939

5. The Bag of Gold (ss) – Mar 1940

 

January Girl (ss) – Feb 1941

Lost Lady (ss) – Aug 1948

The Return of the Earls (ss) – Nov 1948

Red Fingers (ss) – Mar 1950

A Friend in Ghostland (ss) – May 1950

Sheba Murders (ss) – Sep 1951

 

BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE

(Reprints)

The Sorcerer’s Stone – Apr 11, 1918

The Jumping Bamboo – Apr 18, 1920

The Fight at Twelve Fathoms – Apr 25, 1920

The Secret of Stone-Oven Country – May 2, 1920

Bobby the Clock – May 9, 1920

The Cassowary and a Hymn Book – May 16, 1920

 

A Coral Queen:

The Puri-Puri Man – Aug 15, 1920

The Daughter of Enderby – Aug 22, 1920

The Ghost of the Plantation – Aug 29, 1920

The Gates of Long Ago – Sep 5, 1920

The Lost Island – Sep 12, 1920

The Wedding of Somebody – Sep 19, 1920

 

‘Twixt Capricorn and Cancer:

Below the Thirty Fathoms – Sep 26, 1920

Pack-Horse Bells – Oct 3, 1920

The Coral Palace – Oct 10, 1920

Death Island – Oct 17, 1920

 

White Savage Simon:

When I was Dead – Oct 24, 1920

The Troubles of Tiri Island – Oct 31, 1920

On Honeymoon Island – Nov 7, 1920

The House in the Clearing – Nov 14, 1920

The Dim-Dim Girl – Nov 21, 1920

 

[Araby Solander]:

Araby (ss) – Jun 14, 1925

The Isle of Guna-Guna (ss) – Jun 28, 1925

The Beautiful Island of Secrets (ss) – Jul 12, 1925

The Stolen Bride (ss) – Jul 19, 1925

The Burning Island (ss) – Jul 26, 1925

 

BRITANNIA AND EVE (UK)

Outside the Reef (ss) – Jul 1929

A Glass with You! (ss) – Oct 1929

The Castle in the Wood (ss) – Nov 1929

The Angel of the Palms (ss) – Feb 1930

The Black Venus of Rubiana (ss) – May 1930

The Captain Had a Daughter (ss) – Jul 1930

The Dead Man’s Chest (ss) – Sep 1930

The Night Runners of Nirongo (ss) – Nov 1930

Shane of the Sorrowful Isles (ss) – Dec 1930

Ema, Ema, E (ss) – Jan 1931

The Call of Ve-ala (ss) – Jun 1931

Castaway (ss) – Sep 1931

The Golden Virgin (ss) – Oct 1931

Wind Among the Palms (ss) – Apr 1932

Red Sunset Land (ss) – May 1932

The Seventh Wife (ss) – Oct 1932

The Long Lagoon (ss) – Jul 1933

The Reef of Ro (ss) – Sep 1933

Sun in the Morning (ss) – Mar 1934

The Maid of Niu Niu (ss) – Oct 1934

Put on the Clock (ss) – Jun 1935

The Keys of Bluebeard (ss) – May 1937

Passion and the Pilot (ss) – Jan 1940

 

CANADIAN MAGAZINE

In Geyser-Land (ar) – Jul 1906

 

COLLIER’S

‘Twixt Capricorn and Cancer – Jan 23, 1915

A Successful Woman – Sep 11, 1915

Pack-horse Bells – Oct 23, 1915

Death Island – Feb 12, 1916

The Golden Bean – Jun 10, 1916

Yap-a-nee (ss) – Jan 17, 1925

The Gold Cups of Casto – Aug 6, 1927

 

COSMOPOLITAN

Coconut Pearl – Aug 1925

 

THE DAILY GRAPHIC (UK)

Gems of the South Seas. The British Islands of the Pacific; Their Possibilities for the Colonists:

The Cook Islands (ar) – Jan 16, 1905

A Schooner Voyage (ar) – Jan 17, 1905

A Lovely Archipelago (ar) – Jan 18, 1905

Savage Island. The Trader’s Life (ar) – Jan 19, 1905

The Trader’s Prospects (ar) – Jan 20, 1905

Through Equatorial Islands (ar) – Jan 21, 1905

Pearl Diving at Penrhyn (ar) – Jan 23, 1905

A Leper Island (ar) – Jan 24, 1905

The End of the Cruise (ar) – Jan 26, 1905

 

THE DAILY NEWS AND LEADER (UK)

A Woman Among the Alligators (ar) – Sep 3, 1912

Guinea Gold (S-34) – Sep 5, 1912 to Oct 14, 1912 (daily episodes except Sundays)

 

ELKS MAGAZINE

Vug (ss) – Mar 1926

The Secret Hill (ss) – Dec 1926

 

EVERYBODY’S MAGAZINE

The Sorcerer’s Stone – Aug 1913

Jumping Bamboo – Sep 1913

The Empty Diving Dress – Oct 1913

The Fight at Twelve Fathoms – Nov 1913

The Secret of Stove-Oven CountryvDec 1913

Bobby-the-Clock – Feb 1914

The Cassowary and the Hymn Book – Mar 1914

A Home in the Sun – Jun 1914

The End of the World – Aug 1914

The Passenger Whom No One Saw – Oct 1914

The Lodge in the Wilderness – Apr 1916

The Beach of Vanalona – Apr 1921

 

Black Sheep’s Gold (s-5) – Feb 1927

– Mar 1927

– Apr 1927

– May 1927

– Jun 1927

 

 

GOLDEN BOOK

The Brides of Tarabora (ss) – Mar 1926

Through the Back Door (ss) – Jul 1926

 

THE GRAND MAGAZINE (UK)

“The Kris-Girl”:

1. The Tale of the Rubber Queen – Aug 1915

2. The Tale of the Golden Nutmeg – Sep 1915

3. The Tale of the Dangerous Town – Oct 1915

— (?) – Nov 1915

— (?) – Dec 1915

6. The Tale of the Beautiful Barmaid – Jan 1916

 

Conn of the Coral Sea (s-7)

– Oct 1921

– Nov 1921

– Dec 1921

– Jan 1922

– Feb 1922

– Mar 1922

– Apr 1922

 

The Jewelled Flag (ss) – Oct 1922

The Woman in the Cage (ss) – Nov 1922

The Safe of the Shalimar (ss) – Apr 1931

The Ship That Ran Herself (ss) – Apr 1933

The Bride of the Rajah (ss) – May 1933

Lost Behind the Ranges (ss) – Jan 1935

Away From it All (ss) – Mar 1935

Adam-and-Eve Island (ss) – Apr 1936

Three on an Island (ss) – Nov 1939

 

THE GREEN BOOK MAGAZINE

The Little Red Speck (ss) – Sep 1919

The Papaw Tree (ss) – Oct 1919

Take Me Back (ss) – Nov 1919

Shadow of the Palm (ss) – Dec 1919

Brides (ss) – Feb 1920

 

GRIT

The Return of the Pilot (ss) (No. 1910) – Aug 30, 1931

 

HAMPTON-COLUMBIAN MAGAZINE

The Black and White of It (ss) – Nov 1911

 

HEARST’S INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE

Behind the Ranges – Aug 1923

The Tale of Guna-Guna – Feb 1924

Araby – Apr 1924

The Beautiful Island of Secrets – May 1924

A Terrible Day – Jun 1924

The Stolen Bride – Jul 1924

The Burning Island – Aug 1924

 

HUTCHINSON’S ADVENTURE & MYSTERY STORY MAGAZINE (UK)

Below the Thirty Fathoms (ss) – Oct 1927

Isles of Peace (nv) – Dec 1927

A Woman in the Cage (ss) – Jan 1928

Death Island (ss) – Apr 1928

 

HUTCHINSON’S ADVENTURE-STORY MAGAZINE (UK)

A Thousand-Pinnacled Wonder (ss) – Aug 1925

Lost Wings (ss) – Sep 1927

 

HUTCHINSON’S MAGAZINE (UK)

The Man With the Tail (ss) – Jun 1921

The Blanket Fiend (ss) – Apr 1929

 

IRISH CYCLIST

Cycling Journalism (ar) – 1894

The Dunlop Strike (ar) – 1897

Waiting for the Spring (as by “Graphis”)(ar) – 1896

The Lady Cyclist (as by “Graphis”)(ar) – 1897

The Lady Cyclist. Concerning Cycling

Stories (as by “Graphis)(ar) – 1897

Jottings (ar) – 1897

’98 (ar) – 1897

 

THE IRISH MONTHLY; A MAGAZINE OF GENERAL LITERATURE (UK)

To Myself (pm) – Dec 1893

Killarney (ss) – Sep 1902

 

JOHN O’LONDON’S WEEKLY (UK)

About Myself. The Autobiography of a Novelist (ar) – Aug 13, 1921

 

LIBERTY

Prisoner of the Reef – May 13, 1924

 

Eyes in the Corner – Jun 27, 1925

The Drums of Night – Dec 27, 1926

Cabin Number Nine – Aug 17, 1927

The People of Nobody’s Town – May 12, 1928

The Beach of Terror – Jun 2, 1928

The House of the Hatter – Nov 3, 1928

Billy-All-Alone – Dec 1, 1928

The Blanket Fiend – Mar 9, 1929

Carry Me Out to Sea – Apr 20, 1929

A Vagabond Tune – May 25, 1929

The Golden Virgin – Aug 15, 1931

Pearl Lagoon – Sep 26, 1931

There Is Always One – Dec 12, 1931

The Ship That Ran Itself – Oct 22, 1932

The Bride of the Rajah – Dec 3, 1932

Lost Behind the Ranges (ss) – Nov 25, 1933

Shining Death – Dec 9, 1933

Shining Moon (ss) – Apr 25, 1935

Blue Pearls and the Terrible Night (ss) – Feb 8, 1936

Three on an Island (ss) – Mar 7, 1936

 

A White Woman Among the Cannibals (ar) (S-3)

– Jun 20, 1936

– Jul 4, 1936

– Jul 18, 1936

 

The Key of Bluebeard (ss) – Jan 2, 1937

The Golden Bird (ss) – Jun 12, 1937

Bully-Boy’s Daughter (ss) – Jul 4, 1937

One Square Emerald (ss) – Mar 28, 1938

The Lady or the Pearl? (ss) – May 27, 1939

 

LIPPINCOTT’S MAGAZINE

The Swan-Song of Jane Meakin (ss) – Feb 1915

 

THE LIVING AGE

Miss Silver’s Attic (ss) – Sep 3, 1904

 

LLOYD’S STORY MAGAZINE (UK)

The Forgotton Soul (ss) – Dec 1921

 

THE LONDON MAGAZINE (UK)

The Wreck of the “Lady Rose” (ss) – Mar 1923

Sixteen Hands All Told (ss) – Apr 1923

Mysteries of Papua (ar) – Aug 1923

Cabin No. 9 (ss) – Dec 1927

 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

In the Savage South Seas (ar) – Jan 1908 (Abstract from “Fiji and Its Possibilities,” Doubleday, Page & Co., 1907)

 

NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE

The Tale of the Lost Island (ss) – Nov 1907

 

NEW YORK TIMES

Dark Mysteries of Papua (ar) – Feb 4, 1923

 

THE NOVEL MAGAZINE (UK)

Nobody’s Island (S-8)

– Aug 1916

– Sep 1916

– Oct 1916

– Nov 1916

– Dec 1916

– Jan 1917

– Feb 1917

– Mar 1917

 

The
Terrible Island (S-8)

– Jun 1919

– Jul 1919

– Aug 1919

– Sep 1919

– Oct 1919

– Nov 1919

– Dec 1919

– Jan 1920

 

MACLEAN’S

The Isle of Long Ago – Jan 1, 1932

 

THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE

The Samoans at Close Range (ar) – Feb 1906

 

PEARSON’S MAGAZINE

Vaiti of the Islands

1. (same title as series) (ss) – Dec 1906

2. The Tale of the Lost Island (ss) – Jan 1907

3. The Tale of the Black Viri (ss) – Feb 1907

4. The Tale of Coral Bay (ss) – Mar 1907

5. The Tale of the Cannibal Party (ss) – Apr 1907

6. The Tale of the King’s Wedding (ss) – May 1907

 

Queen Vaiti:

1. The Tale of the Deadly Ship (ss) – Apr 1908

2. The Tale of the Lonely Island (ss) – May 1908

3. The Tale of the Pearl Pirates (ss) – Jun 1908

4. The Tale of the Missing Passenger (ss) – Jul 1908

5. The Tale of the Scarlet Butterflies (ss) – Aug 1908

6. The Tale of the Last Voyage (ss) – Sep 1908

 

When the Red Gods Call (S- – Dec 1910

 

The Sorcerer’s Stone (ss) – Dec 1913

The Fight at Twelve Fathoms (ss) – Jan 1914

The Secret of the Stone Oven (ss) – Feb 1914

How they Buried Bobby the Clock (ss) – Mar 1914

A Cassowary and a Hymn-Book (ss) – Apr 1914

 

Tales of the Torrid Lands:

1. The Lodge in the Wilderness ( ) – Sep 1914

2. The Piano ( ) – Oct 1914

3. To the End of the World ( ) – Nov 1914

4. The Passenger Whom No One Saw ( ) – Dec 1914

5. N.A. ( ) – Jan 1915

6. N.A. ( ) – Feb 1915

 

Death Island (ss) – May 1917

The Nineteenth Niche (ss) – Jan 1924

 

The Pirates Head:

1. The Tale of the Love Philtre (ss) – Feb 1924

2. The Tale of the Dead Ship (ss) – Mar 1924

3. The Tale of the Buffalo Stone (ss) – Apr 1924

4. The Tale of the Terrible Bay (ss) – May 1924

5. The Tale of the Stolen Bride (ss) – Jun 1924

 

Stone-Age Wireless (ar) – Mar 1928

Jim Kidnaps a Lady (ss) – Oct 1928

 

Vaiti Once More

1. Vaiti Once More (ss) – Aug 1930

2. The Quest of the Ruthenian Queen (ss) – Sep 1939

3. Brush Island Bogey (ss) – Oct 1930

4. The House of Madame Bluebeard (ss) – Nov 1930

5. The Plunder of Vaiti’s Secret (ss) – Dec 1930

 

A Barrel and Forty Thieves (ss) – Feb 1931

The Pearl Lagoon (ss) – Jan 1932

Something Wicked (ss) – Dec 1932

White, Blue and Green (ss) – Jul 1934

 

THE POPULAR MAGAZINE

A Coral Queen:

1. The Puri-Puri Man (ss) – Jun 20, 1917

2. The Daughters of Enderby (ss) – Jul 7, 1917

3. The Lost Island (ss) – Jul 20, 1917

 

The World of an Oyster (ss) – Nov 7, 1917

 

White Savage Simon:

1. When I was Dead (ss) – Feb 7, 1918

2. The Secret of Tangaroa (ss) – Feb 20, 918

3. On Honeymoon Island (ss) – Mar 7, 1918

4. The House in the Clearing (ss) – Mar 20, 1918

5. The Dim-Dim Girl (ss) – Apr 7, 1918

 

The Man With the Tail (ss) – Mar 20, 1921

 

THE PREMIER MAGAZINE (UK)

Below the Thirty Fathom (ss) – Nov 1915

When the Coffee Flowered (ss) – Feb 1916

The Day of the PawPaw (ss) – Oct 24, 1919

The Little Red Speck (ss) – Nov 7, 1919

Through the Back Door (ss) – Dec 19, 1919

The Brides of Tarabora (ss) – Jan 30, 1920

When the O-O Called (ss) – Feb 27, 1920

The Shadow of the Palm (ss) – Mar 12, 1920

The Pearl Men (ss) – Apr 9, 1920

Devil’s Gold (ss) – Jun 18, 1920

The Bright Alaras (ss) – Nov 5, 1920

Down to the Sea (ss) – Dec 31, 1920

Lost Wings (ss) – Feb 11, 1921

The Treasure Hole (ss) – May 6, 1921

The Black Dog of Bareina (ss) – Oct 1928

Larder Valley (ss) – Feb 1929

 

RED BOOK MAGAZINE

Devil’s Gold (ss) – Feb 1920

When the O-O Called (ss) – Mar 1920

Maddox and the Emma-Pea (ss) – Apr 1920

Down to the Sea (ss) – Nov 1920

The Lost Wings (ss) – May 1921

The Treasure Hole (ss) – Sep 1921

The Isles of Peace (ss) – Oct 1921

Something Lost (ss) – Apr 1922

Peak of the Moon (ss) – Dec 1922

Forgotten Soul (ss) – Feb 1923

The Long, Long Day (ss) – Mar 1923

Lele the Princess (ss) – Aug 1923

The Black Dog of Bareina (ss) – Jan 1924

Sixteen Hands All Told (ss) – Feb 1924

The Candles of Katara (ss) – Mar 1924

The Wreck of the Lady Rose (ss) – May 1924

Under the Shwe-Dagon (ss) – Oct 1924

The House of the Black-Eyed Susans (ss) – Feb 1927

Red Diamonds of Runa (ss) – May 1927

 

THE RED MAGAZINE (UK)

Black Sheep’s Gold (sl) (final installment) – Dec 3, 1926

My Lady Far-Away (sl)

– note: there are installments in the 7-15, 7-29 and 8-12-1927 (?) issues.

 

ROMANCE

The Terrible Island (s-3/4?)

– Aug 1920

– Sep 1920

– Oct 1920

(ROMANCE folded with the Oct 1920 issue. Serial never completely published in magazine form – or were the last 2 parts in final issue?)

 

THE SATURDAY EVENING POST

Vaiti of the Islands:

The Tale of the Pearl Lagoon (ss) – Aug 18, 1906

The Tale of the Black Viri (ss) – Sep 8, 1906

 

The Tale of the Marooners (s-2)

– Sep 22, 1906

– Sep 29, 1906

 

The Tale of the Coral Bay (ss) – Oct 13, 1906

The Wooing of Te Paba III – Oct 27, 1906

 

Vaiti, the Queen:

The House on the Lagoon (ss) – Feb 22, 1908

The Tale of the Dead Ship (ss) – Apr 4, 1908

The Lonely Island (ss) – Apr 25, 1908

The Tale of the Pearl Pirates (ss) – Jun 13, 1908

(series continued in SUNSET..?)

 

The Kris-Girl [Cristina Raye]:

The Tale of the Celebes Rubber Queen – Sep 26, 1914

The Tale of Golden Nutmeg of Banda – Oct 3, 1914

The Tale of the Dangerous Town – Oct 10, 1914

The Tale of the Pink Beast – Oct 17, 1914

The Story of Mermaid Jane – Oct 24, 1914

The Tale of the Beautiful Barmaid – Oct 31, 1914

 

The Safe of Shalimar (ss) – Jul 11, 1925

 

Helen of the Hundred Waves:

1. Tale of the Green-Eyed Monsters (ss) – Feb 12, 1927

2. The Tale of the Queen’s Jester (ss) – Feb 19, 1927

3. The Tale of the Magenta Jewel (ss) – Feb 26, 1927

4. The Tale of the Dead Hotel (ss) – Mar 5, 1927

5. The Tale of the Silent Heads (ss) – Mar 12, 1927

6. The Tale of the Treasure Cay (ss) – Mar 19, 1927

 

Treasures and Secrets (ar) – Mar 30, 1929

 

SELL’S

Some Features of To-Day’s Journalism (ar) – 1895

 

SHORT STORIES

Miss Silver’s Attic (ss) – Jun 1906

The Dancing Devils of Ka (ss) – Feb 25, 1926

 

THE SOCIAL REVIEW

(Note: Grimshaw joined this magazine’s Dublin publisher in 1891 and became sub-editor of the weekly in 1895. She wrote under her own name, and under pseudonyms “Grimas”, “Maev”, “G”, “Aunt Norah” and “Orlando Lyall”. The handful of citations below were culled from a thesis Susan Gardner, formerly a professor at Papua University (New Guinea), submitted to Rhodes Univ., South Africa, for a Ph.D., in 1985. Her work on Grimshaw began in the 1960s. For some reason Ms Gardner used volume numbers, year of publication and page number; very seldom was the actual month of publication listed. We suspect there are literally hundreds of pieces by Grimshaw in THE SOCIAL REVIEW and the magazine’s sister publications, CYCLIST and IRISH CYCLIST waiting to be discovered.)

 

About Ourselves (ar) – 6: 1896

A Chat With the Girls (as by Aunt Norah)(ar) – 4: 1895

Answers to Correspondents (ar) – 11: 1898

Emergencies in the Hunting Fields (ar) – 1: 1893

The English-Irish: Notes on the Way (ar) – 6: 1896

Number Two. The Diversions of Some Irish Girls (as by “G”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Passions Unclassified (as by “G”)(ar) – 6: 1896

The Drawing Room of My Wife (as by “G”)(ar) – 10: 1897

General Notes [Re Bechuanaland Border Police] (as by “G”)(ar) – 1: 1893

Re Gentlewomen Harmonizing Class Distinction (as by “G”)(ar) – 1: 1893

Review of “Poetry and Patriotism,” by Lionel Johnson (as by “G”)(ar) – 1: 1894

Re Learning Irish (as by “G”)(ar) – 1: 1894

The Woman of Three Ages: An Impossible Story (as by “Graphis”)(ar) – 4: 1895

College Days (as by “Graphis)(ar) – 5: 1895

Re Being a Cycling Pioneer (as by “Graphis)(ar) – 10: 1898

Her Christmas Gift. A Country Sketch (ar) – 5: 1895

The ‘Roisin Ruadh.’ A Country Sketch (ar) – 6: 1896

By Carlingford Bay (AR) – 4: 1895

A Man-Woman (ar) – 6: 1896

Review of “Tom Grogan” by F. Hopkinson Smith (ar) – 7: 1896

The Thing That Died (ar) – 8: 1897

A Fool of Forty (N) – March 19, 1898 to Feb 25, 1899

– (Grimshaw’s 2nd novel; never came out in book form)

Review of “The Wardlaws” by E. Rentoul Esler (ar) – 6: 1896

Introductory (ar) – 6: 1896

Books Worth Reading. Review of “Irish Idylls” by Jane Barlow (as by “Orlando Lyall”) (ar) – 1: 1893

Review of “Ancient Cures, Charms and Usages of Ireland” by Lady Wilde (as by Orlando Lyall) (ar) – 1: 1893

“By the Way” [re “Stage Irishry” and Purity of English Language in Ireland] (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 5: 1895

“Notes By the Way” [Call for depiction of a “real” Ireland] (as by “Maev”](ar) – 5: 1895

Praise of “Woman’s Life (as by “Maev”)(ar) – 5: 1895

Re Editor-Proprietor Relationships (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Re Popular Journalism (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Review of “Owen Roe O’Neill” by J. F. Taylor (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Discussion of Carleton’s Novels (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Re Irish Novelists (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 7: 1896

Review of “A Child of the Jago” by Arthur Morrison (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 8: 1897

Review of “The Seven Seas” (as by “Maev”)(ar) – 8: 1897

The TSR as a “Family Paper”(as by “Maev”)(ar) – 8: 1897

Announcing Publication of “Broken Away” (as by “Maev”) (Grimshaw’s 1st book) (ar) – 8: 1897

Spoof “At Home” Reportage (as by “Maev”)(ar) – 8: 1897

Review of “Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland” by T.O. Russell (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 8: 1897

Retort to Billington (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 8: 1897

Concerning Sir Walter Besant (as “Maeve”)(ar) – 9: 1897

Will Nobody Rid Me of This Turbulent Type? (as by “Maeve”) (ar) – 9: 1897

Concerning “George Edgerton” (as “Maev”)(ar) – 10: 1897

Review of “The Sea Queen” by Clarke Russell (as by “Maeve”) (ar) – 10: 1897

Review of “Journalism for Women” (as by “Maeve”) (ar) – 10: 1898

Review of “Three Lectures on Gaelic Topics” by Pearse (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1898

Concerning Ella MacNahon, “An Honorable Estate” (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1898

Review of “From the East Onto the West” by Jane Barlow (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1898

Review of “Rodman the Boatsteerer” by Becke (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1898

Review of “Roman Society in the Last Century of the Western Empire” by Samuel Dill (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1899

Concerning “Consuelo” (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1899

Accused of being “one of those women who are against women” (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1899

At the Play (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1899

Notes by the Way (concerning the “Irish Field”)(as by “Maev”) (ar) – 6: 1896

Notes of the Week. Review of “The Countess Vathleen” and “The Heather Field” (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 11: 1899

Re Women Artists Such as Rosa Bonheur Continuing to Work after Marriage (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 5: 1895

Review of “A Parish Province” by Mrs. E.M. Lynch (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 1: 1894

Review of “Two Essays on the Remnant” by John Eglington (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 4: 1895

Review of Bram Stocker (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 4: 1895

Review of “A Creel of Irish Stories” by Jane Barlow (as by “Maev”) (ar) – 9: 1897

Women’s Pursuits (Re Manual Work in the Colonies) (as by “Thyra”) (ar) – 1: 1894

Answers to Correspondents (To Nobody’s Darling) (as by “Thyra”) (ar) – 1: 1894

To Our Readers. Something New and Agreeable. What Our Experience Has Taught Us. (as by “Thyra”) (ar) – 4: 1895

Women’s Pursuits (Advice to “Mevroe” re Matrimony) (as by “Thyra”) (ar) – 7: 1896

Answer to “Sheila” re “Broken Away” [Grimshaw’s first novel] – 6: 1895

North and South (as by “X”) (ar) – 7: 1896

 

 

THE STORY-TELLER (UK)

The Coral Palace (ss) – Feb 1916

 

White Savage Simon: (serial?)

1. The Troubles of Tiri Island – Feb 1918

2. When I Was Dead – Mar 1918

3. The Secret of Tangaroa – Apr 1918

4. On Honeymoon Island – May 1918

5. The House in the Clearing – Jun 1918

6. The Dim-Dim Girl – Jul 1918

 

The Island Grave (ss) – Sep 1921

The Point of the “I” (ss) – Sep 1922

The Gold Cups of Casto (ss) – Sep 1927

The Beach of Terror (ss) – Aug 1928

The People of Nobody’s Town (ss) – Oct 1929

Full Fathoms Five (ss) – May 1930

On the Long Beaches (ss) – Dec 1930

Shining Moon (ss) – Sep 1935

By Order of Queen Jane (ss) – Dec 1935

 

 

THE STRAND MAGAZINE (UK)

Sands of Coral (ss) – Jun 1936

The Golden Bird (ss) – Sep 1937

Bully Boy’s Daughter (ss) – Nov 1937

One Square Emerald (ss) – Jun 1938

The Lady or the Pearl? (ss) – Sep 1939

 

 

THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE (UK)

Traveling in New Zealand (ar) – Sep 1905

 

SUNSET

(The Magazine of the Pacific and of All the Far West)

The Tale of the Scarlet Butterflies – Nov 1908

The Tale of the Missing Passengers – Dec 1908

 

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Life in the New Hebrides:

Life in Vila–An Explosive Magazine (ar) – Nov 25, 1905

New Hebrides Politics (ar) – Dec 2, 1905

Among the Heathens (ar) – Dec 9, 1905

A Call on the Cannibals (ar) – Dec 16, 1905

Hot Times in Tanna (ar) – Dec 23, 1905

Netik I (ar) – Jan 6, 1906

Netik II (ar) – Feb 24, 1906

The Burning Mountain (ar) – Mar 3, 1906

 

Vaiti of the Islands:

1. The Tale of the Pearl Lagoon

– Jun 2, 1906

– Jun 6, 1906

2. The Tale of the Black Viri

– Jun 9, 1906

– Jun 13, 1906

3. The Tale of the Marooners (Part I): The Diamond Web

– Jun 16, 1906

– Jun 20, 1906

4. The Tale of the Marooners (Part II): The Terrible Island

– Jun 23, 1906

– Jun 27, 1906

5. The Tale of the Lost Island

– Jun 30, 1906

– Jul 4, 1906

6. The Tale of the Coral Bay

– July 7, 1906

– Jul 11, 1906

7. The Tale of the Cannibal Party

– Jul 14, 1906

– Jul 18, 1906

8. The Tale of the King’s Wedding

– Jul 21, 1906

– Jul 25, 1906

– Jul 28, 1906

 

Vaiti of the Islands (2nd series):

1. The Tale of the House on the Lagoon

– Jan 4, 1908

– Jan 8, 1908

2. The Tale of the Lonely Island

– Jan 11, 1908

– Jan 15, 1908

3. The Tale of the Pearl Pirates

– Jan 18, 1908

– Jan 22, 1908

4. The Tale of the Last Voyage

– Jan 25, 1908

– Jan 29, 1908

The Real Papua

1. The Real Papua I – Dec 14, 1907

2. The Real Papua II – Dec 21, 1907

3. The Real Papua III – Jan 13, 1908

[Changes title to The Truth About Papua]

4. Unexplored Lands – Feb 15, 1908

5. The Purari River I – Feb 17, 1908

6. The Purari River II – Feb 18, 1908

7. The Purari River III – Feb 22, 1908

7[a]. A Trip in the Merrie England – Mar 21, 1908

8. Pearl Fishing – Mar 28, 1908

9. A Viswit to Goaribari – Apr 4, 1908

10. Cast Away on Samarai – Apr 11, 1908

10[a]. Among the Louisiades – May 9, 1908

11. Woodlark and Rossel – May 16, 1908

12. More About Rossel – May 23, 1908

14[!]. untitled – May 30, 1908

15[!]. untitled – Jun 13, 1908

 

TEMPLE BAR (UK)

Miss Silver’s Attic (ss) – Aug 1904

 

THE TIMES (UK)

Australia’s First Colony (ar) – Sep 21, 1909

– (from an Australian Correspondent)

 

THIS WEEK

Death Unknown (ss) – Oct 9, 1939

 

TIP-TOP STORIES (UK)

Forgotten Soul (ss) – Dec 1923

(from Lloyd’s Story Magazine)

 

UNITED EMPIRE: THE ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE JOURNAL

Papua and the Western Pacific (ar) – Aug 1922

 

WEEKLY IRISH TIMES

The ‘Social Review’ (ar) – Oct 28, 1893

 

THE WINDSOR MAGAZINE (UK)

In the Cannibal New Hebrides (ar) – Feb 1907

The Long, Long Island Day (ss) – Jan 1933

Prisoners of the Reef (ss) – Jun 1937

Twenty Pieces of Silver (ss) – Feb 1939

 

YORKSHIRE EVENING NEWS (UK)

When the Bush Came Back (ss) – Christmas 1936

 

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B/ BOOKS:

(The following list not complete)

 

  1. Broken Away

a. London: John Lane, 1897

 

2. From Fiji to the Cannibal Islands

a. London: Eveleigh Nash / G. Bell, 1907

b: London: T. Nelson, 1917

as Fiji and Its Possibilities

a. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1907

b. Dodd, Mead & Co., 1917

 

3. Vaiti of the Islands

a. London: Eveleigh Nash, 1907

b. New York: A. Wessels Co., 1908

c. London: C. A. Pearson, 1915

d: London: George Newnes, 1916

e: London: George Newnes, 1919

 

4. In the Strange South Seas

a. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1907

b: London: Hutchinson & Co., 1908

c. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1908

d. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1911

 

5. The New New Guinea

a. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1910

b. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1911

c. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1911

 

6. When the Red Gods Call

a. London: Mills & Boon, 1911

b. New York: Moffat, Yard & Co., 1911

c. London: Mills & Boon, 1912

d. London: C. A. Pearson, 1914

e. London: George Newnes, 1916

f. London: George Newnes, 1921 (abridged)

g. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1922

as Red Gods Calling

a. Sydney, Australia: Ayres, n.d.

 

7. Guinea Gold

a. London: Mills & Boon, 1912

b. New York, Moffat, Yard & Co., 1912

c. London: Mills & Boon, 1919

d. London: Mills & Boon, 1920

 

8. Three Wonderful Nations: Tonga, Samoa, Fiji

a. Dunedin, N.Z.: Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, 1913

 

9. The Sorcerer’s Stone

a. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914

b. Philadelphia: John G. Winston & Co., 1914

c. London: Hurst & Blackettt, 1922 c.e.

 

10. Red Bob of the Bismarks

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1915

as Red Rob of the Islands ???

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1917

as My Lady of the Islands

a. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1916

 

10a. Adventures in Papua with the Catholic Mission

a.

b. Melbourne: Australian Catholic Truth Society, 1915. Rev. ed.

 

11. Kris-Girl

a. London: Mills & Boon, 1917

 

12. Nobody’s Island

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1917

b. London: George Newnes, 1920 c.e. (abridged)

c. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1923

d. London: Cassell & Co., 1934

 

13. The Coral Queen

a. New York: ???, 1917

b. Sydney, Australia: N.S.W. (New South Wales) Bookstall, 1923

c. London: Georges Newnes, 1925

 

14. White Savage Simon

a. Sydney, Australia: N.S.W. (New South Wales) Bookstall, 1919

b. London: George Newnes, 1924 c.e.

c. London: George Newnes, 1929

 

15. The Terrible Island

a. New York: Ridgway, 1919 ???

b. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1920

c. New York: Macmillan, 1920

d. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1921 (3rd ed.)

 

16. The Coral Palace: ‘Twixt Capricorn and Cancer

a. London: Mills & Boon, 1920

b. London: Mills & Boon, 1922 c.e.

c. London: Mills & Boon, 1923 c.e.

 

17. The Little Red Speck and Other South Sea Stories

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1921

b. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1924 c.e.

c. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1932 c.e.

 

18. My South Sea Sweetheart

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1921

b. New York: Macmillan Co., 1921

c. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1922

d. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1927 c.e.

 

19. Queen Vaiti

a. Sydney, Australia: NSW (New South Wales) Bookstall, 1920

b. London: Georges Newnes, 1921

c. London: George Newnes, 1925 c.e.

d. London: George Newnes, 1928

 

20. Conn of the Coral Seas

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1922

b. New York: Macmillan Co., 1922

c. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1924 c.e.

d. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1932 c.e.

e. The Grand Magazine (s-7), Oct 1921 – Apr 1922

 

21. The Valley of Never-Come-Back and Other Stories

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1923

b. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1924 c.e.

 

22. The Sands of Oro

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1924

b. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1924

c. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1926 c.e.

d. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1927 c.e.

e. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1932 c.e.

 

23. The Candles of Katara

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1925

b. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1926

 

24. The Wreck of the “Red Wing”

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1927

b. New York: H. Holt & Co., 1927

c. London: C. A. Pearson, 1929 c.e.

d. London: C. A. Pearson, 1931 c.e.

e. London: R. Hale & Co., 1937 c.e.

 

25. Eyes in the Corner and Other Stories

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1927

 

26. Black Sheep’s Gold

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1927

b. New York: H. Holt & Co., 1927

c. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1929 c.e.

d. London: George Newnes, 1929

e. London: Georges Newnes, 1931 c.e.

 

27. The Paradise Poachers

a. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1928

b. London: George Newnes, 1934 c.e.

 

28. My Lady Far-Away

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1929

b. London: Cassell & Co., 1931 c.e.

 

29. The Star in the Dust

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1930

b. London: Cassell & Co., 1931 c.e.

 

30. Isles of Adventure: Experiences in Papua and Neighboring Islands

a. London: H. Jenkins, 1930

b. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1931, as “Isles of Adventure: From Java to New Caledonia but Principally Papua” (considered to be her autobiography)

 

31. The Beach of Terror and Other Stories

a. London: H. Jenkins, 1930

 

32. Helen of Man o’War Island

a. London: C. A. Pearson, 1931

 

33. The Mystery of Tumbling Reef

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1932

b. London: Cassell & Co., 1934 c.e.

 

34. The Long Beaches and Other South Sea Stories

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1933

 

35. Victorian Family Robinson

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1934

b. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1935

c. London: Cassell & Co., 1936

 

36. Pieces of Gold and Other South Sea Stories

a. London: Cassell & Co., 1935

b. London: Cassell & Co., 1937 c.e.

 

37. Rita Regina

a. London: H. Jenkins, 1939

b. New York: Arcadia House, 1940

c. London: H. Jenkins, 1941 c.e.

 

38. South Sea Sarah and Murder in Paradise: Two Complete Novels.

a. Sydney, Australia: New Century Press, 1940.

 

39. Lost Child

a. London: H. Jenkins, 1940

 

40. The Island Queen

a. London: Todd Publ. Co., 1943

b. London: Vallency Press, 1944

 

41. The Missing Blondes

a. Sydney, Australia: Invincible, 1945

 

42. The Woman in Black

a. Sydney, Australia: Admirals, n.d.

 

 

C / FILM:

 

Thunder Island (Universal Film Mfg. Co.) released June 1912, 5 reels. Directed by Norman Dawn. Scenario by Wallace Clifton. Based on the book by Beatrice Grimshaw, “My Lady of the Island,” Chicago, McClurg, 1916.

 

 

D / ABOUT:

 

Ashley, Mike – “Grimshaw, Beatrice (Ethel)” in THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FANTASY, by John Clute and John Grant. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1977.

 

“Guinea Gold,” review, THE BOOKMAN, Jan 1913.

 

“Miss Beatrice Grimshaw,” THE IRISH CYCLIST AND MOTOR CYCLISTS, May 10, 1922.

 

“Beatrice Grimshaw,” by Grierson, Francis D., THE BOOKMAN (UK), June 1922, w/photo.

 

Obituary: New York Times, July 1, 1953.

 

Obituary: London Times, July 1, 1953.

 

“Beatrice Grimshaw: Price and Prejudice in Papua,” by Eugenie and Hugh Laracy, JOURNAL OF PACIFIC HISTORY, v.12 (1977).

 

“Beatrice Grimshaw,” THE OXFORD COMPANION TO IRISH LITERATURE, edited by Robert Welch, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996.

 

“Beatrice Grimshaw,” THE OXFORD COMPANION TO AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE, edited by William H. Wilde, Joy Hooton and Barry Andrews, Oxford University Press, 1985.

 

Review of film “Adorable Outcast,” Variety, Feb 20, 1929.

 

Review of film “Black Cargoes of the South Seas,” Variety, Jun 12, 1929.

 

Review of “My Lady of the Island,” Book Review Digest, nd.

 

“Grimshaw, Beatrice,” in “Unveiling Treasures: The Attic Guide to the/Published Works of Irish Women/Literary Writers/Drama, Fiction, Poetry,” by Ann Owens Weekes. Dublin, Ireland: Attic Press, 1993.

 

‘Southward
Ho!’ Adventurous Career. Miss Beatrice Grimshaw. Sydney Morning Herald, Feb
21, 1935.

 

“Ethel Beatrice Grimshaw,” in “Wandering Women: Two Centuries of travel out of Ireland,” by A. A. Kelly. Dublin, Ireland: Wolfhound Press, 1995.

 

“Beatrice Grimshaw,” in “Wild Irish Women,” by Marian Broderick. Dublin, Ireland: The O’Brien Press, 2003. Appears to be a rehashing of A. A. Kelly’s essay (above). Contains no original research.

 

E / SELECTED BOOK REVIEWS

(From “Works Cited” list in Susan Gardner’s Thesis)

 

Reviews of “From Fiji to the Cannibal Islands”

 

Publisher and Bookseller: A Week’s Review of the Book Trade, Feb 9, 1907

 

Athenaeum, Feb 12, 1907

 

“Books to Read and Books to Use.” Yorkshire Post, Mar 16, 1907

 

“Among the Southern Hebrides.” Pall Mall Gazette, July 15, 1907

 

“Shorter Notices.” The Outlook, Aug 3, 1907

 

“A Trip to Fiji and the Cannibals.” Saturday Review, Aug 24, 1907

 

Manchester Guardian, Oct 21, 1907

 

Globe and Traveler, Nov 25, 1907

 

“In the South Sea Islands” (rev of “Fiji and Its Possibilities,” American edition. New York Times and Saturday Review of Books, Jan 11, 1908

 

Reviews of “In the Strange South Seas”:

 

“The Call of the South Seas.” Morning Post, Oct 9, 1907

 

“Winds of the World.” Daily Chonicle, Oct 10, 1907

 

Scotman, Oct 10, 1907

 

Courtnwey, W. L. “Current Literature. Books of the Day.” Daily Telegraph, Nov 20, 1907

 

Review of “Vaiti”:

 

“To-Day’s Herald.” Sydney Morning Herald, Jun 2, 1906

 

Saturday Review, 104: (1907)

 

“In the South Seas.” Tribune, July 10, 1907

 

“Books of the Day. Five Heroines–One Hero.” Daily Chronicle, July 20, 1907

 

“Reviews. Fiction.” Dunee Advertiser, July 20, 1907

 

Spectator, July 28, 1907

 

Dark, Sydney. “The Pick of the Bookstall. A Socialist’s Dream; Good, Varied Fiction.” Daily Express, July 30, 1907

 

Daily Telegraph, July 31, 1907

 

Academy, Aug 10, 1907

 

“In Praise of the Islands.” Morning Post, Oct 14, 1907

 

“THE SEVERAL MISS BEAUCHAMPS.” New York Times Saturday Review of Books, 58: (1908)

 

Editorial Comment. Pearson’s Magazine, 25: (1908)

 

Other Reviews:

 

[When the Red Gods Call.] Morning Leader, qtd in a Daily Telegraph advertisement, July 5, 1911

—, Morning Post, Ajug 14, 1911

 

[Guinea Gold.] Spectator, Nov 23, 1912

—, Pall Mall Gazette, Oct 19, 1912

 

[The Sorcerer’s Stone.] Publisher’s Circular, Jun 6, 1914

—, Spectator, Jun 20, 1916

 

[Red Bob of the Bismarks.] Spectator, Nov 19, 1915

 

[My Lady of the Islands.] New York Times Book Review, Apr 2, 1916

 

[Nobody’s Island.] New York Times Book Review, Jun 3, 1923

 

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Copyright 2003 by Peter Ruber and Victor A. Berch

 

Links:

“Beatrice Grimshaw: How I Found Adventure,” which originally appeared in the April 1939 issue of Blue Book, is available elsewhere on The Pulp Rack. Click here to read that article.

 

Some notes on Beatrice Grimshaw are available online from the Princess Grace (of Monaco) Irish Library. Click here to view.

 

The Grimshaw Origins & History site, dedicated to “the origins and history of the ancient English family of Grimshaw,” has some pages devoted to Beatrice Grimshaw. These include a photo of the author, bibligraphical and biographical information, plus and excerpt from a novel and samples of her travel writing. Very interesting stuff. Click here to visit.

 

The Oceania Ethnographica site offers a scan of Grimshaw’s booklet, “Islands of the Blest,” published by the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand, Limited. Click here to view.

 

The Digital Collections site, part of the National Library of Australia, includes in its section on manuscripts scans of some letters and other material by Beatrice Grimshaw. Click here to view a letter from Grimshaw to Alfred Deakin.

 

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