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WOODCOCK, MISS
Neg. No: (GP) L 9221
Neg. Size: 12"x10"
Neg. Date: 08-07-1926

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Sitter: Miss Isla Woodcock ( ).

Biog: Daughter of Hubert Bayley Drysdale Woodcock, QC, of Bisley, Glostershire.

Date: 8 July 1926.

Occasion: The Court, 8 July 1926: presented by her mother, Mrs Hubert Bayley Drysdale Woodcock.

Location: The Lafayette Studio, 160 New Bond Street, London, W.

Descr: FL standing.

Costume: Court dress.(1)

Costume Supplier: Jay's, Limited, Regent Street, London, W1.

Jewellery: -

Furniture & Props: Painted backdrop.

Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 160 New Bond Street, London.

Evidence of photographer at work: -

No of poses: 11

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Woodcock, Mrs Hubert Bayley Drysdale, née Charlotte Simpson 1926-07-08 woo9217a.html
Woodcock, Mrs Hubert Bayley Drysdale, née Charlotte Simpson 1926-07-08 woo9219.html
Woodcock, Mrs Hubert Bayley Drysdale, née Charlotte Simpson 1926-07-08 woo9220.html
Woodcock, Mrs Hubert Bayley Drysdale, née Charlotte Simpson 1926-07-08 woo9216a.html
 

 

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Mrs and Miss Woodcock 1926
Miss Isla Woodcock 1926

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Provenance: Pinewood Studios; acquired 1989.

References:

Biog: -

Occasion: The Times, 10 July 1926, p 9f.

Costume: The Times, 9 July 1926, p 19g.

Costume Supplier: The Times, 9 July 1926, p 19g.

Jewellery: -

Reproduced: -

Additional Information: -

Acknowledgements: -

1. "A gown of shell-pink georgette, embroidered all over in a floral design with diamant and bugles. A train of silk net and silver lace, with a panel of embroidery to match the gown" (The Times, 9 July 1926, p 19g).