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Beatrice Webb (1858-1943), Social reformer, economist and diarist

(Martha) Beatrice Webb (née Potter), Baroness Passfield

Sitter in 76 portraits
The author of The Co-operative Movement in Britain (1891) and Factory Acts (1901), Beatrice Webb was, with her husband Sidney, a driving force in socialist intellectual circles at the turn of the century and, like Shaw, a prominent member of the Fabian Society. Among their joint publications are English Local Government (9 volumes, 1906-29) and Soviet Communism: A new Civilization? (1935).

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Beatrice Webb

by George T. Millichap
albumen carte-de-visite, circa 1863
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Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, circa 1863
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Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, early 1870s
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Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, late 1870s
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Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, late 1870s
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Beatrice Webb

copy by Unknown photographer
glossy vintage print, 1883
NPG P1292(5)

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'Miss Beatrice Potter' (Beatrice Webb)

after Paul Hermann Naumann
glossy vintage print, circa 1890
NPG P1292(9)

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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Martin & Sallnow
albumen cabinet card, mid 1890s
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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Martin & Sallnow
albumen cabinet card, mid 1890s
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Beatrice Webb

by Jessie Holliday
chalk, circa 1909
NPG 5939

P1292(2)

Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
matte bromide print, 1910s
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Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
vintage print, late 1910s
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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, 1918
NPG P1292(32)

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Beatrice Webb; George Bernard Shaw

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, 1919
NPG P1292(20)

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Beatrice Webb; Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield with three others

by Unknown photographer
sepia-toned vintage snapshot print, 1922
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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
sepia-toned vintage snapshot print, 1922
NPG P1292(18)

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Sidney James Webb, Baron Passfield; Beatrice Webb

by Unknown photographer
postcard reproduction, 1922
NPG P1292(17)

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