Emma Darwin

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Elysabeth and Edward

According to legend, Edward IV met Elizabeth Woodville beneath an oak tree in Whittlebury Forest and instantly fell in love on April (Depicted here in a Cantebury Cathedral on a stained glass window)

A very early edition of Le Mort d'Arthur. Antony saw the work through the press for his friend, Thomas Mallerie

Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur, 25 March

This is just as I imagine the Solmani Press - and Uncle Gareth - in the 60s

This is just as I imagine the Solmani Press - and Uncle Gareth - in the

I think Una probably spent quite a lot of her Saturdays setting type, and casing it again when it was done with

I think Una probably spent quite a lot of her Saturdays setting type, and casing it again when it was done with

Life for the boys in the sort of 18th century public (=private) school that orphan Stephen went to was nasty, brutish and all too often short.

Life for the boys in the sort of century public (=private) school that orphan Stephen went to was nasty, brutish and all too often short.

Anna saw Kersey village first alone, then with Theo

Anna saw Kersey village first alone, then with Theo

The coast road from San Sebastian to Bilbao - in Stephen's day the only road there was.

The coast road from San Sebastian to Bilbao - in Stephen's day the only road there was.

Una's house in Narrow St., Limehouse, is based on The Grapes pub. The Thames runs behind it, and the far end of the bar, where I had lunch, actually hangs out over the river.

Una's house in Narrow St., Limehouse, is based on The Grapes pub. The Thames runs behind it, and the far end of the bar, where I had lunch, actually hangs out over the river.

Tom Wedgwood, the first person to record an image on light-sensitive materials. Lucy went to visit his brother Josiah Wedgwood, and saw these "sun pictures"

For a unique experience & very warm welcome, the stunning new Wedgwood Museum is the place to visit.

Eltham Palace, where Elysabeth and Edward spent their summers

When millionaires Stephen and Virginia Courtauld built their Art Deco mansion by the Great Hall of medieval Eltham Palace, they created a masterpiece of design.

Pontefract Castle, where Antony was taken to be executed

Pontefract Castle is a castle in the town of Pontefract, in the City of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. King Richard II is thought to have died there.