Alright, I lied. I said there were few treasures in that recently uncovered box. But as I look further, I admit to being wrong, which is particularly true for the picture below. Up until now, I only had one photo of my Great Grandmother Elizabeth (which I posted recently). Now, I have a second, taken with her daughter, Kate.
What I also know, from an obit that I also uncovered, is that she died on August 21 when she was 77 years old after an unspecified period of illness. There is no year on the clipping, but my dubious math skills inform me that it was probably 1926. Apparently she died in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, so she must have moved back from the Cromer area in Norfolk.
Her daughter, Kate, is standing with Elizabeth in the above photo and also below in front of the same house. According to a note on the back it was taken New Years Day, 1932: note the trace of snow. Apparently Kate never married, and would appear to be the one who sent these pictures. I do recall my mother periodically receiving letters from England way back when, so I suppose that at least some were from Kate. She looks quite a lot older in the picture below, but I doubt there could have been much more than a ten year difference from the previous photo.