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- Catley, Elaine Maud
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Elaine Maud Clark was born November 14, 1889 in Bath, England, daughter of Frederick Charles and Annie Matilda (Whittington) Clark. Educated in private schools in Guildford, Surrey, Elaine married Sydney Charles William Catley in December 29, 1915. After he served in the Imperial Forces for four years they settled in Calgary, Alberta, in 1920, where they raised four children.
Elaine began writing verse when just thirteen, and won three prizes from John O'London's Weekly. In Canada her poetry and journalism regularly appeared in the Calgary Herald and other papers. Active in the Canadian Authors Association and the Canadian Women's Press Club, she included Nellie McClung, Laura Goodman Salverson, W.T. Allison and John W. Garvin among her friends. Her six volumes of verse span a career of 58 years. Elaine died in Calgary July 29, 1984.
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Date: 1927.05.25 Place from: Banff, Alberta To: Catley, Elaine M. From: Greenham, Henry
Response to letter from Catley regarding a poem by Greenham.
Written on The Mountain School Banff Alberta letter head.
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Blue pen inscription by Catley: Author of a very lovely long poem - "The /
Great Adventurer," published by Basil Blackwell, / Oxford, 1927.