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Portrait of Dame Mary Hughes, London, ca. 1915 [picture] / C. Vandyk Ltd
Bib ID 3307902
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
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Description ca.1915 
1 photograph ; b&w 24.8 x 16.7 cm. 
Series

William Morris Hughes collection.

Notes

Part of the William Morris Hughes Collection.

Title devised by cataloguer.

Condition: Silvering and water marks upper left.

Inscriptions: "C. Vandyk Ltd. 41 Buckingham Palace Road, London, S. W." -- Photographer's blind stamp lower left corner.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.pic-vn3307902

Subjects Hughes, Mary Ethel, Dame - Portraits.  |  Prime ministers' spouses - Australia - Portraits.
Occupation Politicians' spouses.
Other authors/contributors C. Vandyk Ltd

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