Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Henry Wilkinson

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Date:1921

Description:Oil painting. Half-length portrait of Lt. Col. Joseph Henry Wilkinson, D.L., J.P., V.D., (1845-1931), Chairman of the Standing Joint Committee of the Quarter Sessions and County Council of Staffordshire, 1901-1921. Staffordshire County Alderman 1889-1921. He is wearing his regimental uniform.

Artist: Edward S. Harper (1878-1951)

Dimensions: 1240mm x 830mm


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Donor ref: PCF 12 (129/23735)

Source: Staffordshire County Buildings Picture Collection

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