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Edward Cahen (1880-1961), Photographer

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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Mervyn Henry Gordon

possibly by Edward Cahen
vintage print, 1900s
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George Ernest Gask

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print, 1910s
NPG x9500

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Sir Bernard Henry Spilsbury

by Edward Cahen
bromide print, 1920s
NPG x9499

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Sir Archibald Edward Garrod

possibly by Edward Cahen
matte bromide print, circa 1930
NPG x9502

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Herbert Morley Fletcher

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print, 1910s
NPG x9507

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Barris

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print
NPG x9503

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Sir Norman Moore, 1st Bt

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print
NPG x9504

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Herbert Williamson

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print
NPG x9505

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Sir Holburt Jacob Waring, 1st Bt

possibly by Edward Cahen
bromide print
NPG x9506

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