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Lockwood West

by Audrey Pearson
bromide print
NPG x29900


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Fritz and Joanna (Hordern) Curzon

2 June 2016, 18:41

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Pearson, Miss Audrey
1936 , 18 Charlotte Street, Park Street
1944-1950 No advertising
1950 38 Royal York Crescent, (camera portraits)
1962 Last entry

we have an 11x9" publicity portrait print by her of Eve Mortimer (later married to Michael Hordern) probably 1937/8 during the pre war period when they met, playing at the Little Theatre in Bristol -most probably at the same time as Lockwood West who was a colleague and friend. Lockwood West, father of Timothy and grandfather of Samuel is of course readily looked up on Wikipedia.

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