Objects & Places from Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography

Jessica Mitford
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Cotswold

This was the area of England where the Mitford children were raised.

Swinbrook House

This was the Mitford family home.

Oxford

This was a city that the Mitford children frequently visited.

Rutland Gate

This was the area of London where the Mitfords had a home.

West End

This was the area of London where the wealthy and artistic people lived.

Paris

This is where Jessica and her cousin Idden spent the traditional year abroad.

London

This is where a three-month social season took place.

Scotland

This is where the Mitfords visited cousins for several months.

Havering House

This was the home of Esmond's guardian.

Spain

This is where Jessica went to work against the Fascists.

Bayonne, France

This is where Jessica and Esmond married.

New York

This is where the Romillys emigrated to from England.

Washington, D.C.

This was where the Romillys did door-to-door sales.

Miami

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