Maud and her friends visit the Turkish bath: 2

Trixie's towel and eating buns
< Maud: the diaries of Maud Berkeley; adapted by Flora Fraser (Secker & Warburg, 1985)

These delightful illustrations, and the diary entry for 30 March 1892 which describes her adventure, are particularly important as there are very few accounts of visits to Victorian Turkish baths by women writers.

Maud and her friends visit the Turkish bath: 1

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