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A Victorian household by Shirley Nicholson
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A Victorian household (1988)

by Shirley Nicholson

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Linley Sambourne House, in the London Borough of Kensington, was opened as a museum in 1980. - Introduction
Marion Sambourne began to keep a diary on 1 January 1881. - Chapter 1
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750918268, Paperback)

An intimate account of a middle-class Victorian family, as told through the diaries of Marion Sambourne, who was born in 1851 and died shortly before World War I. Recording the minutiae of family life, as well as meetings with acquaintances of her husband, Punch cartoonist Linley Sambourne.

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An intimate account of a middle-class Victorian family, as told through the diaries of Marion Sambourne, who was born in 1851 and died shortly before World War I. Recording the minutiae of family life, as well as meetings with aquaintances of her husband, Punch cartoonist Linley Sambourne.

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