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    Does anyone have a photograph of Robert Anderson's wife, Agnes Alexandrina Moore?

    Thank you.

    Simon
    Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

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    Nope,however one of her cousins came up with the idea of putting numbers on racehorses.
    Last edited by DJA; 10-04-2020, 06:37 AM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Simon Wood View Post
      Does anyone have a photograph of Robert Anderson's wife, Agnes Alexandrina Moore?

      Thank you.

      Simon
      I assume you've seen these before, but they're the only ones I've seen (from A.P. Moore-Anderson's 1947 biography of Sir Robert- there are none of Lady Agnes in the 1919 version):
      Last edited by John Malcolm; 10-05-2020, 10:21 AM.

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          Can't seem to get this one right. Every time I try to upload or insert it, it turns on its side.

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          • #6
            Here she be.

            Hi Simon - If you would prefer a more youthful pin-up, don't be bashful, just say the word. This quarantine is rough! Cheers, RP



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              Hi John and RJ,

              Thank you very much. I appreciate you going to all that trouble.

              RJ, does the more youthful pin-up show Agnes in her Court Dress?

              Thanks again chaps,

              Simon
              Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

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                Originally posted by Simon Wood View Post
                RJ, does the more youthful pin-up show Agnes in her Court Dress?

                Thanks again chaps,

                Simon
                My apologies, Simon, I have no youthful picture of Lady Agnes. And only Mr. Malcom deserves credit. I merely rotated the last photograph 90 degrees. I felt that a lady of such high moral standing should be sitting upright, rather than gazing downward at…well...the Devil.

                Actually, I was trying to make a small joke but failed. When a gentleman asks for a photograph of a lady, it usually means he is smitten.

                I assumed you wanted the photograph of Lady Agnes for the same reason that airmen in World War II wanted pin-ups of Rita Hayworth…


                --for fortification and inspiration during these troubling times.

                Enjoy your day.






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