Mary Ann and the Iris

Pale and serene

Pale and serene

Mary Ann arrived at the Quimper Hitty cupboard via Pendle Hill in Pennsylvania. She is rather shy, and generally prefers to keep to herself, but she receives an annual invitation to visit the garden of a friend when the Iris flowers are in bloom.

Purple and Frilly

Purple and Frilly

 Mary Ann admired the frilly-edged cloaks of the mauve ladies, but thought they were a bit too worldly for a modest girl.

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P. F. Fryer

W. J. Fryer

…she was polite to the admittedly handsome W.J. Fryers…

Friends

Friends

…but was most at home with her kindred spirits…

 

Quaker Ladies

Quaker Ladies

A visit with the Quaker Ladies always fills Mary Ann with a quiet peace!

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