National Geographic : 1935 Apr
Photograph byClifton Adans IN THIS HISTORIC CLOCK HOUSE AT STOKE POGES THE AUTHOR LIVED WHILE SHE EXPLORED THE ENGLISH COTTAGES A drapery of roses, wisteria, and ivy, in which are hidden nests of robins, thrushes, and merles for morning choruses, conceals its200years. Ivyover thegate spreads so wide and thick that only hard showers spatter the visitor. From here a field path leads to the "country churchyard" which inspired Gray's "Elegy." Inher garden, Mrs. Candee entertained the late Clifton Adams, brilliant staff photographer of the National Geographic Society.