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The wedding of Nancy Beaton and Sir Hugh Houston Smiley, 3rd Bt

12 of 50 portraits of (Ethel) Margaret Campbell (née Whigham), Duchess of Argyll

The wedding of Nancy Beaton and Sir Hugh Houston Smiley, 3rd Bt

by James Jarché, for Daily Herald
bromide print, 18 January 1933
6 in. x 7 7/8 in. (152 mm x 200 mm)
Given by IPC Newspapers Limited, 1971
Photographs Collection
NPG x36487

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Artistsback to top

  • Daily Herald. Artist associated with 146 portraits.
  • James Jarché (1891-1965). Artist associated with 47 portraits, Sitter in 1 portrait.

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Related worksback to top

  • NPG x29856: (Ethel) Margaret Campbell (née Whigham), Duchess of Argyll (from same photo shoot)
  • NPG x36481: The wedding of Nancy Beaton and Sir Hugh Houston Smiley, 3rd Bt (from same photo shoot)

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  • Owen, Elizabeth, Fashion in Photographs 1920-1940, 1993, p. 105

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