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"In the Sulks"
This group, on the pier steps, has very obviously been posed. For this reason it is not typical of most of Frank Sutcliffe’s work. The title “In the Sulks” was listed in Sutcliffe’s catalogue circa 1890.
In the photograph, from left to right (married name, where known, in brackets) are: Ada Young, Eliza Dixon (Cummins), Elizabeth Leng (Mrs John Hansell), Sally Burnside (Mrs George Pearson), Mary Ann Middlemass, Charlotte Constable (Mrs George Edward Russell), Elizabeth Smith and Nell Bakehouse.
(George Edward Russell is thought to have been responsible for the wrought iron work on Whitby’s Swing Bridge which was opened in 1912).

Ref: E6 *

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"In the Sulks"
This group, on the pier steps, has very obviously been posed. For this reason it is not typical of most of Frank Sutcliffe’s work. The title “In the Sulks” was listed in Sutcliffe’s catalogue circa 1890.
In the photograph, from left to right (married name, where known, in brackets) are: Ada Young, Eliza Dixon (Cummins), Elizabeth Leng (Mrs John Hansell), Sally Burnside (Mrs George Pearson), Mary Ann Middlemass, Charlotte Constable (Mrs George Edward Russell), Elizabeth Smith and Nell Bakehouse.
(George Edward Russell is thought to have been responsible for the wrought iron work on Whitby’s Swing Bridge which was opened in 1912).