I found this photograph in a box, the sort of cardboard box you would see fruit in at the supermarket, some years ago now. I’ve forgotten the name of the shop, but it was at the bottom of Lincoln’c famous steep hill, on the corner of Danes Terrace. It is a lovely photograph and the back of it is as intriguing as the front:
I’m not a language scholar but I can read the date, 18th June 1933, and I guess that “Archivo” is either archive in Spanish or Portuguese (if I am wrong in this assumption do let me know). Under the blue crayon at the top it reads, “Amazonas Argentinas”. There is also a newspaper clipping glued to the back:
…and from this I’m assuming the young lady in the photograph is Senorita Billings, but I could be wrong!