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Neg. No: (GP) 3892
Neg. Size: 15"x12"
Neg. Date: 09-05-1903

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Sir George Hayter Chubb, later 1st Baron Hayter with wife and daughters.

Subject: Sir George Hayter Chubb, later 1st Baron Hayter with wife and daughters.

Sitters: (L-R)

Miss Helen Mary Chubb, later Mrs. Harold Gabriel Morrish ( ); daughter of 1st Baron Hayter; m. (1909) Harold Gabriel Morrish, elder son of Sir Thomas Buxton Morrish. copyright V&A
George Hayter Chubb, later 1st Baron Hayter (1848 - 1946); Businessman and philanthropist; Kt. (cr.1885); 1st Bt. (cr. 1900); 1st Baron (cr. 1927); Chairman of Chubb and Sons' Lock and Safe Co. (1882 - 1946) and its managing director (1940 - 1946); Commissioner of Royal Patriotic Fund (1890); connected with several philanthropic institutions.

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Lady Chubb, later Lady Hayter née Sarah Vanner Early (d. 1940); only daughter of Charles Early, J.P., of Witney, Oxon; m. (1870) Sir George Hayter Chubb, 1st Baron Hayter.copyright V&A
Miss Ethelwyn Early Chubb (1875 - 1942); daughter of 1st Baron Hayter.copyright V&A
Date: 9 May 1903.

Occasion: The Court, 8 May 1903: Misses Chubb presented by their mother, Lady Chubb.

Location: The Lafayette studio, 179 New Bond Street, London, W.

Descr: FL.

Costume: (Sir George Hayter Chubb) Velvet Court dress (New Style); (Lady Chubb & Daughters) Court dresses.

Orders, Decorations & Medals: (Sir George Hayter Chubb) L-R: Collar badge of The Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Coronation Medal 1902, star of The Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

Furniture & Props: Painted 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. .


Biog: Burke's Peerage; Who's Who.

Occasion: The Times, 11 May 1903, p 8a.

Costume: (Sir George Hayter Chubb) H. Graham Bennet, ed, Dress Worn by Gentlemen at His Majesty's Court and on Occasions of Ceremony, London, 1903

Orders, Decorations & Medals: A.R. Litherland & B.T. Simpkin, Spinks Standard Catalogue of British Orders, Decorations and Medals, London 1990, pp 44 & 148-9.

Reproduced: (version) The Ladies' Field, 16 May 1903, p 389.

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