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Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh)

(circa 1887-1972), Former wife of Edward Cairn, and later second wife of Hon. Stratford Haliday Robert Louis Tollemache; daughter of Silas Manasseh

Sitter in 5 portraits

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Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh), by Bassano Ltd - NPG x155952

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh)

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 29 November 1938
NPG x155952

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose, by Francis Goodman - NPG x195077

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose

by Francis Goodman
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 9 December 1947
NPG x195077

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose, by Francis Goodman - NPG x195078

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose

by Francis Goodman
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 9 December 1947
NPG x195078

Sir Francis Rose; Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh), by Francis Goodman - NPG x195379

Sir Francis Rose; Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh)

by Francis Goodman
twelve 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, 9 December 1947
NPG x195379

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose, by Francis Goodman - NPG x195380

Emma Tollemache (née Manasseh); Sir Francis Rose

by Francis Goodman
nine 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, 9 December 1947
NPG x195380

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Thomas Joyce

27 October 2016, 00:52

Emma Tollemache wrote a book of poetry,, IN THE LIGHT, which the Marlowe Galleries published in 1948. It was Illustrated by Sir Francis Rose. It was limited to 250 copies.

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