A Record of Shelford Parva p66

A Record of Shelford Parva by Fanny Wale P57 (NB There are two P57 - this is the second) fo. 58v, [back of] page 57: At the top of the page is a large watercolour of leaves and flowers. Below there is a description of the Mausoleum, the dangerous road junction and stone cross and below is a watercolour of All Saints Church, and 'Mausoleum Corner', 1909.  [fo.48]