The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady

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On 1st January 1906, Edith Holden made the first entry in a diary which was to record the countryside through the changing seasons of that year. Initially written to encourage her pupils at Solihull school to learn more about nature, this is a facsimile edition of the naturalist's diary.

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Susan S

Mar 20, 2014

Lovely botanical watercolors

This is a watercolor journal/diary of a young woman who documented the flora and fauna around her for the entire year of 1906. Lovely little paintings and descriptions of her world. Unfortunately she drowned in 1920 in the Thames collecting the buds of chestnut trees. The dangers of collecting and documenting!

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