Item JCII/5/80 - Woman hiding while boy talks to vicar

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Woman hiding while boy talks to vicar


  • c. 19th century (Creation)

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Consists of a watercolour sketch of a woman trying to hide and a boy talking to the vicar. Caption reads: Washing day (Mrs Brown does not wish to appear but her feet are seen in the distance). Vicar - "Well my little man - how is mother?" Boy - "She told me to say she'd gone for a walk." Vicar - "Oh! Giver her my compliments, and tell her the next time she goes for a walk not to leave her feet at home! Good bye."

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