Miss Beauchamp's War in Salonika, item 35

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MISS A. F. BEAUCHAMP

  The Principal of Somerville 

College, Oxford, writes: -

  I should like to add to the notice

of Miss A. F. Beauchamp that it 

was not only by her many friends 

in all ranks that she was regarded 

with a continuing admiration and 

affection. She was outstandingly 

hospitable and generous. Generations 

of Somerville undergraduates 

were entertained in her beautiful 

cottage and garden in Marston, or 

allowed in her absence to borrow 

them for vacation reading parties. 

She was equally lavish in the time 

and sympathy she gave to any who 

confided in her their personal 

triumphs or troubles. 

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MISS A. F. BEAUCHAMP

  The Principal of Somerville 

College, Oxford, writes: -

  I should like to add to the notice

of Miss A. F. Beauchamp that it 

was not only by her many friends 

in all ranks that she was regarded 

with a continuing admiration and 

affection. She was outstandingly 

hospitable and generous. Generations 

of Somerville undergraduates 

were entertained in her beautiful 

cottage and garden in Marston, or 

allowed in her absence to borrow 

them for vacation reading parties. 

She was equally lavish in the time 

and sympathy she gave to any who 

confided in her their personal 

triumphs or troubles. 


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  • August 2, 2019 13:06:22 Thomas A. Lingner

    MISS A. F. BEAUCHAMP

      The Principal of Somerville 

    College, Oxford, writes: -

      I should like to add to the notice

    of Miss A. F. Beauchamp that it 

    was not only by her many friends 

    in all ranks that she was regarded 

    with a continuing admiration and 

    affection. She was outstandingly 

    hospitable and generous. Generations 

    of Somerville undergraduates 

    were entertained in her beautiful 

    cottage and garden in Marston, or 

    allowed in her absence to borrow 

    them for vacation reading parties. 

    She was equally lavish in the time 

    and sympathy she gave to any who 

    confided in her their personal 

    triumphs or troubles. 

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    Salonika

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  • Story location Salonika


ID
19509 / 221739
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Sarah Wedderburn
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


Mar, 1970
  • English

  • Balkans

  • Women



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