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Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)

(1875-1949), Photographer

Artist associated with 19 portraits
The photographer Lena Connell was a member of the WSPU and pictured many of its members.

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Gervase Henry Cary Elwes, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by  Breitkopf & Hartel - NPG x200571

Gervase Henry Cary Elwes

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by Breitkopf & Hartel
bromide postcard print, 1900s
NPG x200571

Laura Theresa (née Epps), Lady Alma-Tadema; Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x47

Laura Theresa (née Epps), Lady Alma-Tadema; Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x47

George Nicoll Barnes, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x198250

George Nicoll Barnes

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
vintage gelatin silver print on mount, circa 1905
NPG x198250

George Nicoll Barnes, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x198251

George Nicoll Barnes

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
vintage gelatin silver print on mount, circa 1905
NPG x198251

Emmeline Pankhurst, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x136722

Emmeline Pankhurst

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
toned bromide postcard print, circa 1907
NPG x136722

(Alice) Maud Mary Arncliffe Sennett (née Sparagnapane), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by  Women's Freedom League - NPG x136720

(Alice) Maud Mary Arncliffe Sennett (née Sparagnapane)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by Women's Freedom League
glossy postcard print, circa 1908
NPG x136720

Lilian Hicks, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by  Women's Freedom League - NPG x200713

Lilian Hicks

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by Women's Freedom League
glossy postcard print, circa 1908
NPG x200713

Sarah Benett, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by  Women's Freedom League - NPG x136721

Sarah Benett

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy), published by Women's Freedom League
halftone postcard print, 1909
NPG x136721

Reginald John Campbell, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x197613

Reginald John Campbell

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide postcard print, circa 1909
NPG x197613

Cicely Mary Hamilton (née Hammill), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x17331

Cicely Mary Hamilton (née Hammill)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
sepia-toned bromide postcard print, 1910s
NPG x17331

Reginald John Campbell, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x47394

Reginald John Campbell

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide print on card mount, 1910
NPG x47394

Cicely Mary Hamilton (née Hammill), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x17330

Cicely Mary Hamilton (née Hammill)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
sepia-toned bromide print, 1910s
NPG x17330

Charlotte Despard (née French), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x196984

Charlotte Despard (née French)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
postcard print, 1910s
NPG x196984

Ellen Terry, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x198244

Ellen Terry

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide press print, 1910s
NPG x198244

Charlotte Despard (née French), by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x45190

Charlotte Despard (née French)

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
sepia postcard print, 1910s
NPG x45190

Edith Ailsa Geraldine Craig, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x45189

Edith Ailsa Geraldine Craig

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
sepia postcard print, 1910s
NPG x45189

Ethel Snowden (née Annakin), Viscountess Snowden, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x45188

Ethel Snowden (née Annakin), Viscountess Snowden

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide postcard print, late 1910s
NPG x45188

Ethel Snowden (née Annakin), Viscountess Snowden, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x136719

Ethel Snowden (née Annakin), Viscountess Snowden

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
matt bromide print on an Independent Labour Party (ILP) card mount, circa 1919
NPG x136719

Philip Snowden, Viscount Snowden, by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy) - NPG x47397

Philip Snowden, Viscount Snowden

by Lena Connell (later Beatrice Cundy)
bromide postcard print, early 1920s
NPG x47397

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