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Ingenui; anticipating this August's kite flying on the Almafi coast, satisfied with her papers, clear eyed abiding intelligent grace, concillitory to consumption grief, seers optimistic promise of a distant new century?

Post request for new improved image if you're particularly
interested in one or a few.


"From The Charlotte Bronte Home
"Hill House"
Banagher Co. Affaly, Ireland"

I inherited this antique family photo album from my grandmother who was an antique
collector in California. My digital camera is three years old, my hands suffer post coffee now into black tea tremens,
some 75 plates to do, I just started, so please be patient.

These faces are quite distinquished, after everybody is in, I will pass over once more with a close-up, and some photographer Dublin, and Galway advertising I've seen on reverse of some loose ones.

Once finished with these two passes, feel free to email me for a specific request on attempting new shoot of an image detail. Eventually I will replace all the uncomfortable "blurries".

The 75 thru 99 gap, were the more "familiar" faces, at some
distant past, disposessed of individually?!

There must be dyed-in-the-wool Bronte memesis over there in UK, who can look for; what? Jewelry, faces, tartans, military uniforms(6,10,18,57,70,) buildings(62), furniture(67), clothes,royalty(74?!?) ?

Return periodically to see list of updated new loadings in FILES:



22 dec 01
More Faces.

21 dec 01
First four faces.

5 dec 01
Everybody in, 1st uncomfortable pass, vintage challenged binding stress continues.

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  • 18
  • Bronte Sisters
  • Nov 29, 2001
  • English

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