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Fri Mar 21 17:03:22 2014 UTClccn-n860919170.00Quartette, the Christmas annual of the Civil & Military Gazette. (1885.) By four Anglo-Indian writers [i.e. John Lockwood, Alice, Rudyard and Alice Macdonald Kipling]0.311.00Quartette : the Christmas annual of the Civil & military gazette. 1885 /100199239n 860919171744844Macdonald, Alice, 1837-1910Macdonald Kipling, Alice, 1837-1910containsVIAFID/51144625Four Anglo-Indian writerslccn-n86091920Burne-Jones, GeorgianaLady1840-1920lccn-n86091919Poynter, Agnes1843-1906lccn-sh85082558McDonald familylccn-n86091916Baldwin, Louisa1845-1925lccn-nb98032633Flanders, Judithlccn-n80023718Taylor, Inalccn-no2009201170Baldwin, Louise1845-1925np-baldwin, arthur windham baldwin$3d earl$1904Baldwin, Arthur Windham Baldwin3d earl1904-lccn-n86114280Fleming, Alice Macdonald1868-lccn-n96038799Colt Kipling Collection (Library of Congress)Kipling, Alice1837-1910McDonald familyBurne-Jones, Georgiana,--Lady,SistersGreat BritainPoynter, Agnes,Baldwin, Louisa,Kipling, Alice,WomenWomen--Social conditionsManners and customsSex roleEnglish poetryKipling, Rudyard,FamiliesWivesGift booksIndia--Simla18371910188518911892190219601961198720012002200520111674920PR4849.K5463ocn159825166book19020.81Kipling, AliceHand in hand : verses21ocn225516391book18851.00Quartette : the Christmas annual of the Civil & military gazette. 188511ocn870111320book18910.47Receipts11ocn503863494serialQuartette, the Christmas annual of the Civil & Military Gazette. (1885.) By four Anglo-Indian writers [i.e. John Lockwood, Alice, Rudyard and Alice Macdonald Kipling]11ocn222488212book18921.00Kipling, Alice[Scrapbook of clippings titled "Simla Season", 1892]11ocn839826184book20110.96Fleming, Alice MacdonaldA pinchbeck goddess7876ocn057366078book20010.23Flanders, JudithA circle of sisters : Alice Kipling, Georgiana Burne-Jones, Agnes Poynter and Louisa BaldwinHistoryBiographyDaughters of a poor Methodist minister, the Macdonald sisters started life precariously stationed in the lower-middle class. Denied the advantage of a traditional education, or the expectation of social advancement, as wives and mothers they made a single family of a famous painter (Georgiana's husband, pre-Raphaelite Edward Burne-Jones), a president of the royal Academy (Agnes' husband, painter-critic Edward Pointer), a prime minister (Louisa's son Stanley Baldwin) and a poet (Alice's son Rudyard Kipling). They lived at an exceptional moment in British history, and their journey from provincial obscurity to metropolitan and imperial grandeur symbolized the energy and vitality of 19th-century Britain.--From publisher description+-+45670584856783ocn014818598book19870.27Taylor, InaVictorian sistersHistoryBiographyGeorgiana, wife of painter Edward Burne-Jones; Louisa, mother of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin; Alice, mother of Rudyard Kipling; Agnes, wife of painter Edward Poynter1573ocn001667706book19600.76Baldwin, Arthur WindhamThe Macdonald sisters+-+4567058485Fri Mar 21 15:42:14 EDT 2014batch6002