Bain, Robert (M)

b. 1865. d. 1955. Nationality: Scottish. VIAF.
Poet, playwright, and school teacher. Pseudonym: “The White Rose.” Born in Glasgow. Educated at Hutcheson’s Grammar School and the University of Glasgow. Taught at Kilbain Academy, Greenock. Poetry volumes include *In Glasgow Streets, and Other Poems* (1898). Biographical information: Reilly, *Late Victorian Poetry*, p. 25; *Modern Scottish Poets*, thirteenth series, D. H. Edwards, 1890, pp. 234-5; Archives Hub <https://archiveshub.jisc.ac.uk/search/archives/3be41fc9-9dcf-319a-8e78-c33ceb02c184> (14 December 2019). The *Chambers’s Journal* ledger entry for his poem “The Moor Loch,” published on 3 March 1900, lists his address as 11 Carnarvon St, Glasgow (NLS Dep 341/371).(AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 3
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Dream-Home 1893 Good Words Poet 5041
At the Sea’s Edge 1896 Good Words Poet 5113
The Moor Loch 1900-03-03 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 12437