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Courtesy of Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University. page 11: Gertrude Bulmer Bishop, date unknown. 48. Courtesy of Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University. page 13: Elizabeth Bulmer and William Brown Bulmer on verandah of Bulmer family home, Great Village, Nova Scotia. Photograph ca. 1920s. 95. Courtesy of Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University. page 15: Elizabeth Bishop on beach at Spencer’s Point, Nova Scotia. Photograph ca. 1921. 102. Courtesy of Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University.
Lately he’d taken to pawing Elizabeth, “always trying to feel my breasts” when she walked past, when Aunt Maud wasn’t looking. ” She was glad to leave Revere for boarding school at the end of the summer she was fifteen, after the failed rendezvous with Mike. Walnut Hill School, a college preparatory school for girls on the outskirts of Natick, Massachusetts, was like camp, only better. It lasted longer, September to June. Except for a bout with asthma that compromised her freshman year, Elizabeth stayed on until she graduated at nineteen.
The first ferry of the day had just crossed the river. It was so cold we hoped that the coffee would be very hot, seeing that the sun was not going to warm us; and that the crumb would be a loaf each, buttered, by a miracle. At seven a man stepped out on the balcony. He stood for a minute alone on the balcony looking over our heads toward the river. A servant handed him the makings of a miracle, consisting of one lone cup of coffee and one roll, which he proceeded to crumb, his head, so to speak, in the clouds—along with the sun.