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Ellie Rendel (1885-1942), Worked for the National Union of Women's Suffrage Society and granddaughter of Sir Richard Strachey

Frances Elinor ('Ellie') Rendel

Sitter in 4 portraits

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x13110

The Strachey family

by Thomas Fall
albumen print, 1885
NPG x13110

x129613

Elizabeth Rendel; Ellie Rendel

by Enrico Resta
sepia-toned platinotype on photographer's card mount, early 1890
NPG x129613

Ax160794

Ellie Rendel

by Unknown photographer
platinum print, circa 1908
NPG Ax160794

Ax160795

Ray Strachey; Anna Howard Shaw; Ellie Rendel

by Unknown photographer
vintage print, 1908
NPG Ax160795

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