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Sophie Roe's Pattern Book

c. 1821
Overview

Sophie Roe was one of the daughter's of John Septimus Roe, the first Surveyor General of Western Australia. This is one of her very detailed pattern books, hand drawn in 1821.

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Registration number
cwa-org-38-1
Country
United Kingdom
Year
c. 1821
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Sophie Roe's Pattern Book