Online exhibition on 'Mothers of Kingsmen'

E.M. Forster, aged about 2 years old, with his mother sitting on a chair beside him. Taken by W.J. Hawker (EMF/27/149).

Every term the Archive Centre creates a new online exhibition. As Mother's Day in Britain falls at the end of the Lent term (26 March), the archivists have chosen 'Mothers of Kingsmen' as the subject of their latest exhibition. To find out about the relationships Rupert Brooke, Julian Bell, E.M. Forster and John Maynard Keynes had with their mothers, please visit the exhibition by clicking here.

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