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Joe Chamberlain (1836-1914), Industrialist and politician; MP for Birmingham

Joseph ('Joe') Chamberlain

Sitter associated with 101 portraits
Statesman; social reformer; mayor of Birmingham 1873-5; president of the Board of Trade in Gladstone's second cabinet, 1880-5; resigned from cabinet in 1886 over Home Rule; secretary of state for colonies under Lord Salisbury and A.J. Balfour, 1895-1903, notably during Boer War; resigned and campaigned for tariff reform, 1903-6.

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x197738

Joe Chamberlain

by Unknown photographer
halftone postcard print, circa 1903
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x197739

'The Founder of the New British Empire'

by Gunn & Stuart
halftone postcard print, circa 1903
NPG x197739

x197745

Joe Chamberlain; Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott)

by Frederick James Roulston MacFadyen, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, 1903
NPG x197745

x197736

Joe Chamberlain

published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1904
NPG x197736

x5754

Joe Chamberlain

by Unknown photographer, for Daily Mirror
photogravure, 11 March 1905, published 15 March 1905
NPG x5754

x197397

Joe Chamberlain

published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, circa 1905 (11 March 1905)
NPG x197397

Ax25150

Joe Chamberlain

by Frederic G. Hodsoll
bromide print, 1906
NPG Ax25150

Ax25151

Joe Chamberlain

by Frederic G. Hodsoll
bromide print, 1906
NPG Ax25151

Ax25152

Joe Chamberlain

by Frederic G. Hodsoll
bromide print, 1906
NPG Ax25152

x197740

Joe Chamberlain

by Henry Joseph Whitlock & Sons Ltd, published by James Valentine & Sons Ltd
halftone postcard print, circa 1906
NPG x197740

x197743

'Chamberlain Celebration July 7th 1906. Tea Party at Aston Hall'

by Alfred John Juggins
halftone postcard print, 7 July 1906
NPG x197743

x197747

Joe Chamberlain

published by Scott Russell & Co
bromide postcard print, 1906
NPG x197747

D32827

Joe Chamberlain

by Maclure & Macdonald, after London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
chromolithograph, 1870s-1880s
NPG D32827

D43781

Joseph ('Joe') Chamberlain ('Statesmen, No, 241.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 27 January 1877
NPG D43781

D420

Joe Chamberlain

by Francis Smyth Baden-Powell
silhouette, 1890s
NPG D420

D42278

Joe Chamberlain ('His Old Dutch')

after Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.')
line block postcard, circa 1903
NPG D42278

D42281

The Faded Orchids

after Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.')
line block postcard, circa 1903
NPG D42281

Ax16112

Joe Chamberlain

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company
carbon print
NPG Ax16112

x82163

Joe Chamberlain

by Elliott & Fry
half-plate negative
NPG x82163

Ax17648

Joe Chamberlain

by Lock & Whitfield, published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington
woodburytype, published 1881
NPG Ax17648

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