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Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory

Holt, Edward P., 1871, Watercolour
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Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory
Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory
Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory
Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory
Library Item
11333
Sarah Sibbald, known as Apple Glory who for many years sold fruit in Shakespeare Sq, Edinburgh
A large woman sits on a chair beside a small table where she has a tray of fruit displayed for sale. She wears a fancy bonnet and a red shawl and her arms are folded across her long apron.

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

Apple Glory

Friend of the famous and the fair,
Apple Glory kept her stall
for many a year on Shakespere Square
where everybody knew the call
of her sweet voice, that beatific smile,
a style beloved by one and all.
1871
21.3 x 18 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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