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Portrait of Charles Richard Weld (1813-1869)
Head and shoulders portrait of Charles Richard Weld, oval, facing to the right as viewed and printed with a facsimile signature. Inscribed below: 'Photographed from Life by Mayall, Regent Street.' Frontispiece to the posthumously published Notes on Burgundy by Charles Richard Weld, edited by his widow (London, Longmans, Green & Co., 1869). Charles Richard Weld was Assistant Secretary and Librarian of the Royal Society 1843-1861. A friend (and brother-in-law) of Alfred Tennyson, Weld produced travel writing and was a publishing partner of Lovell Reeve. His best-known work is the two-volume A history of the Royal Society, with memoirs of the Presidents (London, 1848).
Original: albumen print. 1860s
- Image ref: RS-10603
- The Royal Society