Item DC 098/1/4/2/21 - Photograph of a tea party hosted by the Greiffenhagens

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DC 098/1/4/2/21


Photograph of a tea party hosted by the Greiffenhagens


  • c1913 (Creation)

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The photograph features a tea party given by the Greiffenhagens.

The top right corner of the cardboard shows the text "c1913". The following annotations were added below the photograph:
"A Tea Party given by the Greiffenhagens in 1913, in his studio in the Glasgow School of Art.
Standing: A. G. Crombie
Andrina Smith (?)
Alma Assafrey

Seated: Mrs Beatrice Greiffenhagen
Johnstone ?
Maurice Greiffenhagen, R.Q
Eliz. Josephine Cameron
Alex Musgrove"

An annotation on the top right corner shows "c1913".

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Originally located within folder (DC 098/1/4/2).

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  • English

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The item is mounted on cardboard.
Dimensions: 180 x 230 mm

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Catalogued by Javier Garcia, Intern, Aug 2023.




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