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Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison) (1937-1997), Former wife of Peter C.M. Comins and of John D. Leslie Melville and of Hugh Cantlie and of (R.) John H. Pollock, and later wife of James H. Judd

Sitter in 6 portraits

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x193412

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Madame Yevonde
colour tear sheet, published 9 January 1957
NPG x193412

x176883

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Bassano Ltd
quarter-plate film negative, 11 May 1967
NPG x176883

x176884

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Bassano Ltd
quarter-plate film negative, 11 May 1967
NPG x176884

x195571

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Francis Goodman
modern bromide contact sheet of twelve 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, 1967
NPG x195571

x195572

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Francis Goodman
modern bromide contact sheet of twelve 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, 1967
NPG x195572

x195573

Lady Zinnia Rosemary Judd (née Denison)

by Francis Goodman
modern bromide contact sheet of twelve 2 1/4 inch square film negatives, 1967
NPG x195573

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