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Archibald John Clark Kerr, 1st Baron Inverchapel (1882-1951), Diplomat

Sitter in 5 portraits
An Australian-born Scot, Clark Kerr entered the Foreign Service in 1906. He served as Ambassador to China during the Japanese occupation of the late 1930s, and was transferred to Moscow in 1942 where he forged a remarkable relationship with Stalin. After the war Clark was appointed Ambassador to the United States; he was created Baron Inverchapel in 1946.

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Archibald John Clark Kerr, 1st Baron Inverchapel

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 19 January 1938
NPG x155214

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Archibald John Clark Kerr, 1st Baron Inverchapel

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 19 January 1938
NPG x155215

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Archibald John Clark Kerr, 1st Baron Inverchapel

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 19 January 1938
NPG x155216

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Archibald John Clark Kerr, 1st Baron Inverchapel

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate glass negative, 19 January 1938
NPG x155217

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