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Gertrude Emily Benham, 1867-1938, a 'very quiet and harmless traveller' :… (2009)

by Raymond John Howgego

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Gertrude Benham was a woman whose remarkable achievements and extensive travels should have made her famous, both within her lifetime and beyond.

Foreword, by Rachel Smith, Assistant Keeper of Human History.
Gertrude Benham's collection of hundreds of artefacts, including jewellery, costume and accessories, metalwok, lacquer-ware, ceramics, toys and religious articles, is of central importance at the Plymouth City Museum and Art Galley.
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