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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson (1878-1962), Poet

Sitter in 17 portraits
Poet. A prolific writer, whose poems and verse-plays reflect the lives of ordinary people, Gibson made several abortive attempts to enlist before succeeding in 1917 and serving until 1919 in the Army Service Corps. Breakfast and 'The Lament are among his war poems. A friend of Rupert Brooke (and a beneficiary of Brooke's will).

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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Called Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29809

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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29801

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Called Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
glass negative, 1917
NPG x29805

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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherill Schell, printed by Emery Walker Ltd
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

by Sherrill Schell
vintage contact print, 1917
NPG x33969

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