The following are the most important Web sites that refer to Mark Rutherford:
The University of Sussex Library has a collection of 43 letters from William Hale White to Erica Storr and one to her mother. The letters are from 1905-1912.
Mark Rutherford is "Lesser Novelist § 22" in the Cambridge
History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (190721).
Volume XIII. The Victorian Age, Part One. XIII.
of Dirt and Drudgery there is an extract from Chapter 8 of Deliverance. "Mark Rutherford is obliged to earn his living as a clerk, and describes the demoralising effect of enforced contact with uncongenial colleagues and subjection to a tyrannical superior."
Orwell comments on Deliverance in his column for Tribune in 1943.
The late Charles Swann wrote many articles on Mark
There is a transcription of
Breakup of a Great Drought from Pages from a Journal.
Gutenberg Project has a transcription of The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, Mark Rutherford's Deliverance, Clara Hopgood and Catherine Furze.
There is a transcription of Esther at Bibliomania.
There is a discussion of The Revolution in Tanners Lane at Political and Social Shipwrecks and Castaways
There is a Mark
Rutherford School in Bedford but the location of the school has no association with William Hale White.
The Friends of Honeywood site provides detailed information about a house where Mark Rutherford lived.
The Bedford Modern School has a Rutherford Building.
Comprehensive information about Victorian authors can be found at Mitsuharu Matsuoka's site.
Bookfinder and abebooks are good places to find the works of Mark Rutherford.