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A sepia-toned photograph, in the centre foreground a woman, Annie Euphemia Dunsmuir (also known as Effie or Mrs. Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe), standing behind a man (Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe) seated in an armless wicker chair, she slightly turned to her left, her hands on each of his shoulders, her hair short, dark, and curly, her costume a long dark skirt with matching long-sleeved jacket with buttons on the scalloped cuff and lapel, a high-necked lace collar with a separate wide light-coloured collar that lays over the shoulders of the jacket and extends through the buttoned lapels, her head covered with a wide-brimmed dark-coloured hat topped with a large ostrich feather, a sunburst-shaped brooch centred on her neck, beneath it a pearl necklace with a pendant, her husband smiling with his arms crossed and one leg over the other, his short mid-dark hair parted on the right and a gold ring on his left-hand’s baby finger, his costume a double-breasted pin-striped suit, white stand-up collar, and dark-coloured tie and lace-up shoes, behind the couple a wall of ivy.
Standing is Annie Euphemia Dunsmuir (1868-1952), also known as Effie and Mrs. Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe; the ninth child of Robert and Joan Dunsmuir. On a trip to Dublin in 1900, Effie met the seated Arthur Somerset Gough-Calthorpe (1864-1937), the second son of the 7th Baron Calthorpe. He was a commander in the Royal Navy. He was 36 years old when they married on February 27, 1900 at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London.  The photograph was taken at The Bungalow, Hassocks, Sussex, Admiral Calthorpe's elder brother's home. 
History of Use
This photograph was taken by Eliza Maria, the mother of Sir Somerset Frederick Gough-Calthorpe and Sir Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe. Sir Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe was the great-uncle to the donor of this photograph, the late Peter Waldo Somerset Gough-Calthorpe, the 10th (and last) Baron Calthorpe. 

The Gough-Calthorpe family kept this photograph in their family home in England until it was donated to Craigdarroch Castle. The donor removed a page of photographs from a family photograph album (which included this photograph) and mailed it to Craigdarroch. The page is signed by Effie G. Calthorpe and her husband Somerset Arthur Arthur Gough-Calthorpe.
June 16 1901
11.5 cm x 9 cm

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Annie Euphemia Dunsmuir (depicts)
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