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TitlePease; Edward Reynolds (1857-1955); secretary of the Fabian Society
Ref NoSR 1026
Extent1 volume
Admin Biographical HistoryBorn 1857; educated at home; entered merchant's office, 1874-1878; member of London Stock Exchange, 1880-1886; cabinet-maker and trade unionist in Newcastle, 1886-1889; founded, with others, the Fabian Society, 1883; Secretary of the Fabian Society, 1890-1913; Honorary Secretary of the Fabian Society, 1914-1938; member of Executive of Labour Party from its start, 1900-1913; Governor of London School of Economics, 1895-; died 1955.
Publications: Capital and compensation (Fabian Tract, London, 1909); The Case for Municipal Drink Trade (PS King and Son, Westminster, 1904); Fifth Edition of Kirkup's History of Socialism (A&C Black, London, 1920); Gold and state banking (London, 1912); The History of the Fabian Society (AC Fifield, London, 1916).
DescriptionTypescript history of the Fabian Society up to 1915, written by Edward Reynolds Pease in [1916], with corrections by Sidney Webb and George Bernard Shaw.
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