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Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott) (1864-1957), Third wife of Joseph ('Joe') Chamberlain; daughter of William Crowninshield Endicott

Sitter in 6 portraits

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P1700(69a)

Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott)

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, circa 1903
NPG P1700(69a)

Ax36327

Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott)

by Eveleen Myers (née Tennant)
platinum print, 1890s
NPG Ax36327

Ax41126

Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott) as Madame d'Epinay

by Henry Bullingham, photogravure by Walker & Boutall
photogravure, 1897; published 1899
NPG Ax41126

x197744

'Royal Visit' (Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott); Joe Chamberlain)

by Unknown photographer
halftone postcard print, 1900s
NPG x197744

x197745

Joe Chamberlain; Mary Chamberlain (née Endicott)

by Frederick James Roulston MacFadyen, published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd
bromide postcard print, 1903
NPG x197745

x197743

'Chamberlain Celebration July 7th 1906. Tea Party at Aston Hall'

by Alfred John Juggins
halftone postcard print, 7 July 1906
NPG x197743

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