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by Margery Lea
Author: Margery Lea
Publisher: Brewin Books (June 1990)
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The autobiography of Margery Lea, showing the difference in social attitudes from the early-1900s to the late-20th century. Format Paperback 88 pages. Dimensions 148 x 210mm. Publication date 01 Jun 1990. Publisher Brewin Books. Publication City/Country Warwickshire, United Kingdom. Illustrations note Ill.
ISBN 10: 0947731679 ISBN 13: 9780947731670. Publisher: Brewin Books Limited, 1990. The autobiography of Margery Lea, showing the difference in social attitudes from the early-1900s to the late-20th century.
Classic Victorian & Edwardian Ghost Stories (Tales of Mystery & the Supernatural). It's difficult to believe this delicate tale of the supernatural was written by the same author who gave us one of the most terrifying ghost stories of all, .
Victorian Mother, Edwardian Daughter. by Margery Lea. Published June 1990 by Brewin Books.
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Antique family portrait of mother and daughter. Mother and children with christmas tree wearing vintage clothing. Portrait of mother with daughter wearing vintage clothing
Antique family portrait of mother and daughter. Portrait of mother with daughter wearing vintage clothing. Mother put to bed the child. Antique family portrait of mother, father and son.
Margery Jourdemayne, "the Witch of Eye Next Westminster" (before 1415 – 27 October 1441) was an English woman who was accused of treasonable witchcraft and subsequently burned at the stake. Margery was married to William Jourdemayne. Although nothing is known of her own family, her husband's family of Jourdemayne were well established and prosperous Middlesex yeomen from at least the end of the fourteenth century.
Victorian debutante - A "coming out". Her mother carries a bulky wrap
Victorian debutante - A "coming out". After schooling was finished, a girl was then introduced to adult society as being ready for marriage with a large party or series of parties depending on their families social and economic standing. Lucien Davis - The Debutante 1894. A mother and perhaps her eldest daughter ready for the presentation, little sisters and maids look on proudly. This would be late Victorian, when the ten foot train was a requirement". Her mother carries a bulky wrap. Edwardian Era Victorian Era Victorian Bride Tudor Era Historical Clothing Historical Costume Belle Epoque Court Dresses Royal Dresses.