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Sally Kelly

Holt, Edward P., 1871, Watercolour
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Sally Kelly
Sally Kelly
Sally Kelly
Sally Kelly
Library Item
11340
Sally Kelly
A man in dishevelled clothing stands with his hands in his pockets and a pipe in his mouth.

The poet, Donald Campbell has written a poem inspired by this character by Holt:

Sally Kelly never knew
a single day untouched by grime.
The joys of his life were precious few;
that's why he turned to crime.
An honest living was never his due.
He was a villain, through and through
and to himself, he swore to be true.
Vice was his reason, theft his rhyme
1871
28 x 20.5 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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