Photograph of Batheaston (North End), location of the Blathwayt estate and the Suffragette plantation of trees, known as Annie’s Arboretum.
Note on the back reads: “The Suffragette Plantation, Annie’s Arboretum, behind the new houses in the new Eagle Road, Northend, Batheaston. Eagle House is just behind the top of the church tower. May 1948.”
Kenney Papers, University of East (UEA) Anglia Archives
Copyright: Estate of Mary Blathwayt. All rights reserved. Included here by kind permission of later generations of the Blathwayt family.
Source: UEA Archives. Transcript: Hazel Brain
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The Suffragette Plantation, Annie’s Arboretum, behind the new houses in the new Eagle Road; Northend, Batheaston.
Eagle House is just behind the top of the church tower.