Ross, Alexander Galt
Alexander Galt Ross (1860–1927); critic and businessman.
Alexander Galt Ross (1860–1927); critic and businessman. Brother of Robert Ross, journalist, critic, and Oscar Wilde's friend and executor. Appointed Secretary of the Society of Authors in January 1885 when J. T. Tristram-Valentine stepped down, becoming Honorary Secretary in 1887 (alongside James Stanley Little as Executive Secretary), a position he held until 1888 when he joined the Committee of Management.
Cotton, James Sutherland, ed. ‘Notes and News.’ The Academy 670 (7 Mar. 1885): 169.
“Ross, Alexander Galt,” The History of the Society of Authors, 1884–1914, accessed September 24, 2023, http://historysoa.com/people/Ross-Alexander-Galt.