Virginia Woolf’s grandparents and mother lived in this house in East Sussex, when the Jackson family returned to England from India. “It was a good country house with a pleasant garden and two or three fields.” All through her life, Julia “was constantly at Saxonbury... keeping an eye on her mother’s state of health.”

Reproduction of plate 32 from
Leslie Stephen’s Photograph Album
Original: albumen print (17.6 x 23.2 cm.)
Mortimer Rare Book Room, Smith College


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