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Fransina Lucretia Bullington
Media:  Mixed Oil, cold wax, gold leaf
Genre:  Figurative
Size: 12x16 in
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Fransina Lucretia Bullington was my great-aunt. She was born in 1905 and was in her prime during the 1920s. She was, indeed, a flapper. She was known as Sina in the family. At the age of 2 her father died. Her mother was unable to care for 4 children so for several years the children were surrendered to an orphanage. Apparently it was a Dickensian kind of place, because when speaking of her mother's remarriage and the eventually release from the orphanage, she said, "Well, he wasn't much of a father, but he was a damn sight better than that hell hole."

 

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