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Portrait384 viewsA younger Andrew Bonar Law at his desk. Date and image source unknown.
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Portrait407 viewsHelensburgh man Andrew Bonar Law, a Conservative who became Prime Minister and occupied 10 Downing Street for just 209 days in 1922-23, succeeding the much better known Liberal, David Lloyd George, who had served from 1916-22. This picture was taken during World War One when he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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Portrait420 viewsHelensburgh man Andrew Bonar Law, a Conservative who became Prime Minister and occupied 10 Downing Street for just 209 days in 1922-23, succeeding the much better known Liberal, David Lloyd George, who had served from 1916-22.
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Portrait393 viewsHelensburgh man Andrew Bonar Law, a Conservative who became Prime Minister and occupied 10 Downing Street for just 209 days in 1922-23, succeeding the much better known Liberal, David Lloyd George, who had served from 1916-22.
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Andrew Bonar Law487 viewsHelensburgh man Andrew Bonar Law, a Conservative who became Prime Minister and occupied 10 Downing Street for just 209 days in 1922-23, succeeding the much better known Liberal, David Lloyd George, who had served from 1916-22. This picture was taken during World War One when he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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Prime Minister's visit461 viewsPrime Minister Stanley Baldwin is greeted by the Rev Andrew Barr when he arrived at the West United Free Church (now the West Kirk) to unveil a five-light commemorative window by Oscar Paterson to Andrew Bonar Law, Prime Minister from 1922-23, his wife Annie, and their two sons who were killed in the First World War.
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Party at Arrochar438 viewsAndrew Bonar Law, on the right, on a 21st birthday outing to Arrochar with some of his friends. Image by courtesy of Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui Heritage Group.
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Birthday swim423 viewsAndrew Bonar Law, in the water in the centre, is watched by friends as he has a swim on a 21st birthday outing to Arrochar. Image by courtesy of Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui Heritage Group.
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Birthday paddle413 viewsA paddling Andrew Bonar Law gives a friend a piggyback on a 21st birthday outing to Arrochar. Image by courtesy of Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui Heritage Group.
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Bonar Law demonstration postcard412 viewsA sketch of what was claimed to be the largest Union Jack in the Empire being unfurled at the Bonar Law demonstration in Belfast on Easter Tuesday 1912, calling for 'No Home Rule'. Published by 'Town Topics', 30 Chichester Street, Belfast.
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Glasgow speech421 viewsAndrew Bonar Law speaks to 1,000 of his party faithful at a meeting in the St Andrew's Hall, Glasgow, in October 1922. He set forth the principles on which his party stood, and devoted the opening of his speech to an explanation of how he came to resume the leadership of his party. This came about, he said, when he realised that the Coalition was losing ground and a split was inevitable.
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The Bonar Law family grave383 viewsThe Bonar Law family grave in Helensburgh Cemetery. However, as he was a Prime Minister, the ashes of Andrew Bonar Law are buried at Westminster Cathedral. Photo by Stewart Noble.
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