An article about a tea hosted by Mrs. John A. Ross with L.M. Montgomery as the guest of honor. It mentions that Montgomery recited her poem "Claudia" from "The Watchman and Other Poems." It lists some of the other guests as well. It appears as part of a section titled "Social Events."
An article about L.M. Montgomery that is part of a larger section of the magazine titled "Women and Their Work." The article mentions "Anne of Green Gables," "Anne of Avonlea," "Anne of the Island," "Anne's House of Dreams," "Kilmeny of the Orchard," and "The Golden Road." It also mentions her marriage and her two sons. There is a mention of this article in "The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery Volume II: 1910-1921." On p.339 under Sunday August 24 1919 Montgomery mentions that Ethel M. Chapman came over to gather information about Montgomery's career.
"The Blue Castle" and "A Tangled Web" by L.M. Montgomery are both highlighted at the top of the article. Both works are described as adult books rather than children's classics. She provides a review on both of these books.
A biography of L.M. Montgomery appears as an article on a page discussing prominent women in Canada. The article mentions "The Golden Road" as the most recent publication, as well as "Chronicles of Avonlea," "Anne of Green Gables," "Anne of Avonlea," "Kilmeny of the Orchard," and "The Story Girl." The article also mentions her marriage, that she lives in Leaskdale, Ontario, and her two year old son.