Mother and Daughter c. 1885
Francis Coates Jones

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Untitled1.png"Throughout all, however, there was a trait of passion, a certain depth of hue....The child could not be made amenable to rules....The mother's impassioned state had been the medium through which were transmitted to the unborn infant the rays of its moral ; and, however white and clear originally, they had taken the deep stains of crimson and gold, the fiery lustre, the black shadow, and the untempered light of the intervening substance. Above all, the warfare of Hester's spirit, at that epoch, was perpetuated in Pearl." The Scarlett LetterChapter 6, pg. 83

This Little Piggy Went To The Market, 1857
Lilly Martin Spencer

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