Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, 1835 - 1915
Submitted by Hannah Anderson, University of Calgary
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Credit: Mary Elizabeth Braddon by William Powell Frith oil on canvas, exhibited 1865 NPG 4478 © National Portrait Gallery, London