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The Slade Session, and Beyond » Fig. 3 This photograph is dated March, 1904. Its handwritten caption reads: “Unfortunately the three leather lashes of the whip do not show, but they were there.” Miss J. Mothersole, Oak Tree House, Hampstead. Courtesy of the Petrie Museum of Egyptology.

Fig. 3 This photograph is dated March, 1904.  Its handwritten caption reads: “Unfortunately the three leather lashes of the whip do not show, but they were there.” Miss J. Mothersole, Oak Tree House, Hampstead.  Courtesy of the Petrie Museum of Egyptology.
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    Richard Bridgland wrote on 17 March 2017:

    In conjunction with Grahame Soffe, Chairman of the Association of Roman Archaeology, I am writing a short biography of Jessie Mothersole.This is nearly ready for publication, but we are desperate to find a picture of Jessie. For one who had such a wide & varied life after her time at the Slade, Jessie seems to have been markedly reluctant to be personally depicted. I have been in touch with Amara Thornton at UCL but she nothing. Help, please!

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