Item 2019-014-044 - Arthur Percy Mayo and Herbert Walter (Bertie) Mayo

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Arthur Percy Mayo and Herbert Walter (Bertie) Mayo


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Photograph, B and W Print, 16.5 x 11 cm.

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Donated in 2019.

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Photographer: A. & G. Taylor.

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Text on verso: Photographers / To Her Majesty The Queen / and Their Royal Highnesses, / The Prince & Princess of Wales / Miniature & Portrait Painters / A. & G. Taylor / 70 & 78 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. / 129, Fenchurch Street, E.C. / Forest Lodge, London Road, Forest Hill, / London. / Branches / London[:] Queen Victoria St., Fenchurch St., Regent St., Ludgate Hill, Forest Hill. / [Column 1] Arbroath, Barrow, Birmingham, Bishop Auckland, Blackburn, Bolton, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Carlisle, [Column 2] Carnarvon, Coventry, Derby, Doncaster, Dublin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Greenock, Hanley, Lancaster, [Column 3] Leicester, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Newport, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stafford, Stockton, Sunderland / Wigan, Swansea / [Column 1] New York, Boston, Pittsburg, [Column 2] Philadelphia, Chicago, Newark / Negatives kept - Copies may be had. / Cartes enlarged to life size & finished in Oil or Water.


Handwritten on verso: Bertie / Arthur.


Arthur is standing. Sons of Harriet Collier and George B. Mayo.


Text on front: A. & G. Taylor, Photographers to the Queen.



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