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Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

(1855-1899), Barrister and political reformer; first husband of Mary Berenson (née Smith)

Sitter in 16 portraits

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Glasgow University Liberal Committee, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160639

Glasgow University Liberal Committee

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, November 1871
NPG Ax160639

'Election House Party, Friday's Hill', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160674

'Election House Party, Friday's Hill'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print on card, circa 1889
NPG Ax160674

'Acting one of Logan's plays', by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax161327

'Acting one of Logan's plays'

by Unknown photographer
albumen print, September 1890
NPG Ax161327

Frank Costelloe with Karin and Ray, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160695

Frank Costelloe with Karin and Ray

by Unknown photographer
vintage snapshot print, circa 1895
NPG Ax160695

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe, by Unknown photographer - NPG Ax160642

Benjamin Francis Conn ('Frank') Costelloe

by Unknown photographer
modern bromide copy print, circa 1896
NPG Ax160642


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