Tuesday, December 12, 2017


A Tree of His Own

R.B. McDowell, Alice Stopford Green: A Passionate Historian (Dublin: Allen Figgis and Company Limited, 1967), pp. 47-48:
Until 1903 she lived at 14 Kensington Square, an attractive Georgian house with a small garden (true to her country origins she enjoyed working in the garden and once said 'no one ought to be without a tree of his own').4

4. A.S. Green to Morel, 9 June 1902 (Morel papers).
Hat tip: Ian Jackson.

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