By Madge Dresser
Issue 10, Spring 2003 p10
‘The picture shows a plainly dressed young woman studiously writing at her desk surrounded by books. She is probably either Eliza or Rachel Pole, one of the daughters of Dr. Thomas Pole a Quaker minister and reformer who pioneered reforms in adult education in Britain’. Dresser interprets the source, as well as bringing light to new information regrading the picture, which is important seeing as the artist is unknown.
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