Yalbury Wood and the Keeper's House
14 cm high by 10 cm wide
Ninth illustration for Hardy's Under the Greenwood Tree, facing page 153.
Passage illustrated: “The game-keeper, Geoffrey Day, lived in the depths of Yalbury Wood; but the wood was intersected by a lane at a place not far from the house, and some trees had of late years been felled, to give the solitary cottager a glimpse of the occasional passer-by. [Part the Second, "Spring," Chapter 6, "Yalbury Wood," p. 154-155]
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Photograph, caption, and commentary by Philip V. Allingham
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