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Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

(1855-1899), Barrister and political reformer; first husband of Mary Berenson (née Smith)

Sitter in 16 portraits

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Glasgow University Liberal Committee, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160639

Glasgow University Liberal Committee

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, November 1871
NPG Ax160639

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160636

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, circa 1872
NPG Ax160636

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160637

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, 1874
NPG Ax160637

'Balliol', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160640

'Balliol'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, circa 1875
NPG Ax160640

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160638

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, 1885
NPG Ax160638

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160644

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
carbon print on card, circa 1886
NPG Ax160644

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160645

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, 1886
NPG Ax160645

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160641

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, 1889
NPG Ax160641

'Election House Party, Friday's Hill', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160674

'Election House Party, Friday's Hill'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, circa 1889
NPG Ax160674

'Acting one of Logan's plays', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161327

'Acting one of Logan's plays'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, September 1890
NPG Ax161327

'A Quaker wedding' (The marriage of Bertrand Russell and Alys Pearsall Smith), after Richard Morris Smith - NPG Ax160691

'A Quaker wedding' (The marriage of Bertrand Russell and Alys Pearsall Smith)

after Richard Morris Smith
photograph of drawing, 13 December 1894
NPG Ax160691

Frank Costelloe with Karin and Ray, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160695

Frank Costelloe with Karin and Ray

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, circa 1895
NPG Ax160695

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160642

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
modern bromide copy print, circa 1896
NPG Ax160642

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