Barbara Johnson’s Material Life
Our Free Lectures • 1h 13m
Barbara Johnson was the daughter of Woolsey Johnson, a career-churchman and rector at a number of parishes around the Lincolnshire/Northampton/Buckinghamshire area. This talk examines how Barbara's religious education and upbringing influenced her consumption of clothing.
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