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Christine Orr - the lost queen of the Scottish arts scene

Some say she was the Alexander McCall Smith of her day - but who was Christine Orr?

The cover of her first ever magazine (written aged 11) in 1911 (pic - The Writers' Museum)
The cover of her first ever magazine (written aged 11) in 1911 (pic - The Writers' Museum)

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