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The Brontë Country Haworth Parsonage

Gelatin silver print. 1945. Titled, dated, annotated The lighted window was the dining room where the Brontë sisters spent most of their time. Often at night after they had gone to bed they would leave the light burning to guide the drunken Bramwell home. (no curtains were allowed in the parsonage because of the Reverend Brontë's fear of fire) and credit stamp on the verso. 9 1/8 x 7 5/8in. Framed.

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