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James Clark

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James Clark, MA, DSC, ARCS, was Honorary President of the Glenfield Ramblers Society in 1913. This portrait was presented to him by the Society in its jubilee year as a mark of honour and appreciation of his services. It was painted by the Glasgow painter Andrew Law.

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H 104 x W 82 cm

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1. A. Law 2. JAMES CLARK, M.A., D.Sc., A.R.C.S., HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE GLENFIELD RAMBLERS SOCIETY, 1913. Presented to him by the Society in its Jubilee Year as a mark of honour and appreciation of his services. ARTIST, ANDREW LAW.


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