* “The Gardener’s Daughter” This photograph had until recently, been known as "Woman in Garden", a purely descriptive title. However, in a catalogue - "List of Photographic Studies by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe" dating from around 1900, Sutcliffe gave the above title to this image. The location of this photograph was the garden of an old cottage in the grounds of Mulgrave Castle, the home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Normanby, approximately four miles from Whitby. One of his earlier…
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Wonderful old photo shows a beautiful young red cross nurse, circa WWI (1910s) in a sweet smocked blouse. Gorgeous sepia color, clear & sharp image ~ shes pretty enough to have been on a Red Cross poster! Very light corner/edge/surface wear; small areas of loss along right edge. Flaws in image
Pioneers and Homesteaders - They came and flourished. Not the end of the rainbow but the end of rail and trail, West. They brought dreams and civilization. Education, Churches, Law, Self Government, Family, values of hard work and self reliance expressed in many languages and customs. Many nations made One.
Mountain songs and sayings have living reality - Appalachian History
The convenient and pithy term for the mountain people of Kentucky, “our contemporary ancestors,” does not indicate the origin of the customs, beliefs, and peculiarities which persist among them. For they too had ancestors. These were, for the most part, British, and of the soil. Just as today many a mountaineer has never been ten …