Time and Tide
For a period it carried reports of the Six Point Group, a new feminist organisation founded by Lady Rhondda. Regular contributors included Vera Brittain, Crystal Eastman, Cecily Hamilton, Winifred Holtby, Naomi Mitchison, Gwendolen Raverat, Elizabeth Robins, Christopher St. John, Helena Swanwick, Rebecca West, Virginia Woolf, and many others. In the 1920s its general standpoint was liberal feminist, with a marked interationalist-pacifist tendency; however, in the 1930s the feminism gradually faded away till it was restricted mainly to Lady Rhonda’s own “Notes on the Way."
For indexes and articles on Time and Tide, see the exhibit.