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Edith Holden's diary was written to encourage her pupils at Solihull School to learn about nature. After Edith's death, the book passed down through her husband's family until it came into the possession of her great-niece Rowena Stott.
Edith Holden's diary was written to encourage her pupils at Solihull School to learn about nature. After Edith's death, the book passed down through her husband's family until it came into the possession of her great-niece Rowena Stott. See less
This is by way of being a precursor to Holden's Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady. It was necessary to type set some of her notes because they were felt to be not legible enough. But the sentiments ... read more
The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady: A Facsimile Reproduction of a Naturalist's Diary for the Year 1906
The book is excellent. The lady was a sensitive observer of nature and wrote down her sensations to nature. Her drawings are also very fine. This type of book, while not dealing with modern themes, ... read more
Originally published in 1905, this Edith Holden work is a combination nature diary and watercolour journal. The exquisite paintings and drawings are made more inviting because they are accompanied by ... read more
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