Central Office of Information
Artist associated with 8 portraits
(Edward) Guy Schofield
by Central Office of Informationvintage print, early 1920sNPG x194181
John David Drummond, 17th Earl of Perth
by Unknown photographer, for Central Office of Informationbromide print, January 1957NPG x21769
by Unknown photographer, for Central Office of Informationbromide print, May 1962NPG x27447
John Arthur Thomas Robinson
by Central Office of Information, for Camera Pressbromide press print, June 1963NPG x182361
(Charles) Anthony Raven Crosland
by Unknown photographer, for Central Office of Informationbromide print, April 1970NPG x7046
Queen Elizabeth II
by John Tyler, for Central Office of Informationbromide print, 22 June 1983NPG P1647
Sir (Bertram) Clough Williams-Ellis
by Central Office of InformationR-type colour print, June 1969NPG x136050
Keith Sinjohn Joseph, Baron Joseph
by Central Office of Informationbromide printNPG x18953
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