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LMA #6
Louisa May Alcott Series:  Beth

Beth was the youngest March sister in Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" 1868.  As Beth left the story, Jo work harder then ever to create her own life in the big city and on paper.  In Louisa May Alcott's life her sister was Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, the 3rd daughter to Bronson and Abigal Alcott.  "The Tranquil Angel" as Mr. Alcott would call his daughter was at her best at home, as the character of Beth is presented in "Little Women" 1868.

Photograph by:  Jennifer R. Bernard

Date:  January 2008

Black and white silver based film:  Kodak

Camera:  Canon Rebel 35 mm

no flash / no filter - Natural light.


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