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Realistic Travels

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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x26381

'F.M. Sir John French, with A.D.C.'s. Commander in Chief in France'

published by Realistic Travels
printing-out paper stereoscopic card, 1914-1918
NPG x26381

x134378

John Denton Pinkstone French, 1st Earl of Ypres with his aides-de-camp

published by Realistic Travels
albumen stereoscopic card, circa 1914
NPG x134378

x26379

'H.R.H. the Prince of Wales in the garden of the Chateau which was his Headquarters in France'

by Hilton DeWitt Girdwood, published by Realistic Travels
printing-out paper stereoscopic card, 1916
NPG x26379

x26380

'His Majesty inspecting the shells at Holmes and Co., Ltd., Munitions Works, Hull'

published by Realistic Travels
printing-out paper stereoscopic card, 18 June 1917
NPG x26380

x26382

'F.M. Earl Haig arrives at Cologne on a tour of inspection of the "Army of Occupation"'

published by Realistic Travels
printing-out paper stereoscopic card, circa 1918
NPG x26382

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