Well, this is pretty different from other posts, but I want to get a photo of Mary Morland Buckland on the web, so when someone Googles her, they can get this image.
I had searched for a picture of Mary Buckland while preparing a presentation for the 125th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America. I was asked to make a presentation in the "Great Books" session, and I chose to present on William Buckland's Bridgewater Treatise (1826). Except that I called it "William and Mary Morland Buckland's Bridgewater Treatise" because Mary Buckland (nee Morland) was an important partner in Buckland's works, including illustrating, editing, and general partnership in all things paleontological. She was already a practicing paleontologist (though that label wasn't yet used) when she met William Buckland, marrying him about 5 years later.
Mary Morland Buckland wikipedia bio
In her short bio in Wikipedia, they have used a silhouette of the family, first published in their daughter Elizabeth's Life and Letters of William Buckland. I think Mary Buckland made this silhouette, but I am not entirely sure. It's pretty cute because it shows what a menagerie their house was, with oldest son Frank under the table. Mary is holding fossils -- ammonites, it looks like.
Finally, a few days before GSA, I found a photo portrait of Mary Buckland. She looks to be in her later years. She bore 9 children, five of whom survived to adulthood. She home-schooled them. She partnered with William Buckland in his paleontological works and did large illustrations for his Oxford lectures. So here is the only known picture of Mary Buckland: