Bagley, Louie (d1926), Head of the Polytechnic School of Elocution

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Bagley, Louie (d1926), Head of the Polytechnic School of Elocution

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d16 July 1926

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In January, 1913, Louie Bagley was appointed Head of the Polytechnic School of Elocution (as it was then known) in conjunction with the late Captain George Goodes. Captain Goodes was killed in the War in 1915, and from that time Miss Bagley carried on alone. Under her guidance the School developed as the School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art.

Wrote the following books:
Elocution Do's and Dont's
The Spoken Word

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Obituary in The Polytechnic Magazine, August 1926

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