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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

(1859-1947), Politician; MP for Seaham, social reformer, economist and a co-founder of the London School of Economics

Sitter in 90 portraits
Political and social reformer; Labour MP for Seaham (1922-9) and President of the Board of Trade (1924); with his wife Beatrice founded the London School of Economics and Political Science (1895) and the New Statesman (1913); shown signalling 'the inevitability of gradualness' marking the advance of socialism.

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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(43)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, 3 September 1938
NPG P1292(43)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(50)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, circa 1940
NPG P1292(50)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(53)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
postcard reproduction, circa 1940
NPG P1292(53)

Beatrice Webb; Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(52)

Beatrice Webb; Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, circa 1940
NPG P1292(52)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(59)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide print, 13 September 1941
NPG P1292(59)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(60)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide print, 13 September 1941
NPG P1292(60)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by Unknown photographer - NPG P1292(62)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide print, 13 September 1941
NPG P1292(62)

Sidney and Beatrice Webb with relatives, possibly by Sheila Cameron Meinertzhagen (née Macnamara) - NPG P1292(91)

Sidney and Beatrice Webb with relatives

possibly by Sheila Cameron Meinertzhagen (née Macnamara)
vintage snapshot print, 1942
NPG P1292(91)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by W. & D. Downey, published by  Cassell & Company, Ltd - NPG Ax16175

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, published 1893
NPG Ax16175

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by W. & D. Downey, published by  Cassell & Company, Ltd - NPG x197925

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by W. & D. Downey, published by Cassell & Company, Ltd
carbon print, published 1893
NPG x197925

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by Walter Scott - NPG x12671

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by Walter Scott
postcard reproduction, mid 1920s
NPG x12671

Ramsay MacDonald and his cabinet of 1924, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x182171

Ramsay MacDonald and his cabinet of 1924

by Elliott & Fry
12 x 10 inch glass plate negative, 1924
NPG x182171

'The Labour Cabinet, 1929', by Barratt's - NPG x197884

'The Labour Cabinet, 1929'

by Barratt's
bromide postcard print, 1929
NPG x197884

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x84435

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield

by Bassano Ltd
bromide print, September 1938
NPG x84435

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