Rendall, Montague John, 1862 - 1950
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
180 x 125 mm. The tall figure by Dr Rendall is probably H.D. Hake, Tour Director.
440 x 215 mm. A reunion dinner, originally planned for March, was held at Claridge's Hotel on 15 December 1932. The guests were Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Secretary of State for the Colonies and Malcolm MacDonald, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, who are seen to the right and left respectively of Dr Rendall at the top table (Minutes 1927-1934, pp 318 and 222).
245 x 140 mm.
Group at Liverpool Street Station 24 August 1934, with Dr Rendall and Sir Edward Northey, former Governor of Kenya, 1934-08-24
240 x 150 mm.
Group at Waterloo Station being seen off by Sir James Parr, High Commissioner for New Zealand, 4 January 1929, 1929-01-04
130 x 100 mm. (Half-tone illustration taken from unknown periodical). M.J. Rendall is also present. The caption below the print reads (in full): 'The English Public Schoolboys' Tour. Sir James Parr bidding farewell at Waterloo to the party of English publis schoolboys who left last Friday on a tour of Australia and New Zealand.'
178 x 125 mm.
Group of 8 boys with Captain W.H. Stevenson, Director, and Dr. Rendall at Euston Station 8 May 1936, 1936-05-08
190 x 140 mm.
Group of participants with Dr Rendall and the Marquess of Lothian at St. Pancras Hotel, 29 December 1933, 1933-12-29
242 x 158 mm.
215 x 160 mm.
188 x 135 mm.
240 x 135 mm.
240 x 180 mm.
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