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File:Katherine Cameron-Thomas the Rhymer.png

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Description
From Thomas the Rhymer (retold by Mary MacGregor, 1908), originally captioned "Under the Eildon tree Thomas met the lady." The "lady" here is Queen of Elfland.
Date before 1901
Source MacGregor, Mary; Cameron, Katharine (1874–1965), illus. () Stories from the Ballads Told to the Children (Project Gutenberg), T. C. & E. C. Jack

Cleaned up from a scan found at http://www.winterspells.com/266/thomas-rhymer-an-exploration-of-a-faery-ballad/ [dead link]

(* Alyne de Winter's site, webarchived at http://web.archive.org/web/20090228131956/http://www.winterspells.com/ (2/28/2009 snapshot); mirrored at http://www.houseofwinterspells.com/266/thomas-rhymer-an-exploration-of-a-faery-ballad/ accessed Sept-2013)
Author Katharine Cameron (1874–1965)

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