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Mary Elizabeth Spicer (1836–1934)

Photo credit: Buckinghamshire County Museum

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Head and shoulders portrait of a young girl, mid-teens, in a pale pink dress with lace trim around the neck, and brown hair, centre-parted and curling onto the neck.

Mary Elizabeth Spicer was the eldest daughter of James Freeman Gage Spicer who owned Glory Mill, a paper mill at Loudwater near High Wycombe, and Mary Spicer (formerly Price).

Buckinghamshire County Museum





oil on canvas


H 35.5 x W 28.5 cm

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gift, 2019

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Buckinghamshire County Museum

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