Photo, Print, Drawing Montague S. George

About this Item

Title
Montague S. George
Contributor Names
Austin & Son, London (pht)
Subject Headings
-  Photograph
Notes
-  Inscription: Recto: l. r.: (embossed photographer's logo) Austin & Son / 142, Trinity Road / UPPER TOOTING, SW; verso: u. r.: (in pencil) 213; l. r.: (signed, in black ink) Yours sincerely / Montague S. George
-  Provenance: Source unknown. Possibly obtained from Capt. H. Macaulay FitzGibbon, The Bungalow, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 21 June 1923.
-  Montague George was for many years the Managing Director of Rudall Carte & Co., a flute-making firm in London. Miller corresponded with Montague George from the early 1900s to 1940. The source of this photograph is unknown, but it may be no. 31 on the FitzGibbon list: "Montague George (Rudall, Carte & Co)." See no. 214, another photograph of Montague George, taken in July 1925, in the Miller collection, a gift from Montague George to Miller in October 1925.
-  Condition: Photograph in very good condition. Mount has light foxing.
Form
photograph
Extent
Photograph, round, sepia-toned, mounted on cream colored photographer's card. Mount: 4 x 3 7/8 inches (10.1 x 9.8 cm.); photograph (round): 2 1/8 x 2 1/8 inches (5.4 x 5.4 cm.)
Repository
Music Division
LC Classification
Box Number: G
Online Format
image
Description
Head and shoulders portrait of Montague George. He is balding with full brush mustache, otherwise clean-shaven. He wears a dark suit and vest, white high-collared shirt, and dark tie or cravat, with white handkerchief in suit pocket. photograph | Photograph, round, sepia-toned, mounted on cream colored photographer's card. Mount: 4 x 3 7/8 inches (10.1 x 9.8 cm.); photograph (round): 2 1/8 x 2 1/8 inches (5.4 x 5.4 cm.) | Inscription: Recto: l. r.: (embossed photographer's logo) Austin & Son / 142, Trinity Road / UPPER TOOTING, SW; verso: u. r.: (in pencil) 213; l. r.: (signed, in black ink) Yours sincerely / Montague S. George Provenance: Source unknown. Possibly obtained from Capt. H. Macaulay FitzGibbon, The Bungalow, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 21 June 1923. Montague George was for many years the Managing Director of Rudall Carte & Co., a flute-making firm in London. Miller corresponded with Montague George from the early 1900s to 1940. The source of this photograph is unknown, but it may be no. 31 on the FitzGibbon list: "Montague George (Rudall, Carte & Co)." See no. 214, another photograph of Montague George, taken in July 1925, in the Miller collection, a gift from Montague George to Miller in October 1925. Condition: Photograph in very good condition. Mount has light foxing. Photograph (Form).
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