Reid, Samuel, R. S. W. (M)

Surname: Reid
Forename(s): Samuel
b. 1854. d. 1919. Nationality: Scottish. VIAF.
Artist, illustrator (including for Good Words), and poet. Alternative signature: S. Reid. Brother of artist Sir George Reid. Author of Pansies and Folly-Bells (1892). Chambers’s Journal ledger entry for Reid’s Romance, published on 5 December 1891, lists his address as West Grange, Bogside, Alloa (NLS Dep 341/370); the entry for Last Year’s Leaves, published on 9 January 1892, gives his address as 18 Melville Terrace, Stirling (NLS Dep 341/370). Additional biographical information: William Harvey’s The Harp of Stirlingshire, J. and R. Parlane, 1897, pp. 289-90; Reilly, Late Victorian Poetry, p. 398; Wood 390. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 18
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Water-Lilies 1882 Good Words Poet, Illustrator 3936
The Eaglet and the Child 1882 Good Words Illustrator 3944
In the Forest 1882 Good Words Poet, Illustrator 3957
The Lighthouse 1883 Good Words Illustrator 3971
“The Red, Green, and the Yellow” 1883 Good Words Illustrator 3978
The Message of the Snowdrop 1883 Good Words Poet, Illustrator 3973
At Twilight 1886 Good Words Poet, Illustrator 5424
To A Cowslip 1886 Good Words Illustrator 5297
Not Yet 1889 Good Words Poet 5551
In the Sad September Gloaming 1890 Good Words Poet 4095
Mendelssohn’s “Duetto” by Moonlight 1890-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8404
Romance 1891-12-05 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 13222
On the Garden Terrace. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire 1892 Good Words Poet 4219
Last Year’s Leaves 1892-01-09 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 13227
Natura Regina 1892-09 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 12294
By the Sea 1894 Good Words Poet 5053
An Earthly Paradise 1894 Good Words Poet 5060
Dog-Days 1896 Good Words Illustrator 5101