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BATH & WELLS, BISHOP OF
Neg. No: 3376
Neg. Size: 15"x12"
Neg. Date: 11-08-1902

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Sitter: Right Rev. George Wyndham Kennion D.D. (1845-1922).

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Biog: Bishop of Adelaide 1882-1894; Bishop of Bath and Wells 1894-1922.

Date: 11 August 1902.

Occasion: The Coronation of King Edward VII, 9 August 1902.

Location: The Lafayette Studio, 179, New Bond Street, London (?)

Descr: TQL standing, with the Order of Coronation Service.

Costume: Church of England, Episcopal Habit with Coronation Cope (as worn by one of the Sovereign's Supporters).

Costume Supplier: -

Furniture & Props: Backdrop.

Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 179 New Bond Street, London.

Evidence of photographer at work: -

No of poses: 1

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Provenance: Pinewood Studios; acquired 1989.

References:

Biog: Burke's Peerage; Who's Who; The Times, 20 May 1922, pp. 10a & 18f.

Occasion: The Times, 11 August 1902, especially p 7c & 8a; G. Woods Wollaston, Coronation Claims (containing a full report of all the cases argued before the Court of Claims at the Coronation of King Edward VII., with other matter relating to Coronation services in General), London, 1910, pp 153-4.

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Acknowledgements: David Hebblethwaite, Secretary of the Church of England Liturgical Committee, Westminster Palace.