‘Lord Mayor’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Character sketches at The Young Men's Christian Association Jubilee
Character sketches at The Young Men's Christian Association Jubilee
View of London from St Paul's, on Lord Mayor's Day
View of London from St Paul's, on Lord Mayor's Day
Invitation to the reception of HRH The Prince of Wales at the Guildhall, London, on 19 May 1876
Invitation to the reception of HRH The Prince of Wales at the Guildhall, London, on 19 May 1876
Doctor Shaw Preaching at St Paul's Cross
Doctor Shaw Preaching at St Paul's Cross
The Four Peers – the Earl of Bute under pressure resigns from the Houses of Parliament
The Four Peers – the Earl of Bute under pressure resigns from the Houses of Parliament
Sir Isaac Pennington, Lord Mayor of London 1643
Sir Isaac Pennington, Lord Mayor of London 1643
The New Royal Courts of Justice
The New Royal Courts of Justice
The Lord Mayor taking the Oath in the Court of the Lord Chief Justice
The Lord Mayor taking the Oath in the Court of the Lord Chief Justice
Dick Whittington
Dick Whittington
House on Cheapside, said to have been built for Sir William Turner, Lord Mayor of London in 1668–1669
House on Cheapside, said to have been built for Sir William Turner, Lord Mayor of London in 1668–1669
The Right Honourable George Bridges, Lord Mayor of London 1819–20
The Right Honourable George Bridges, Lord Mayor of London 1819–20
Sir Christopher Packe, Lord Mayor of London, 1655
Sir Christopher Packe, Lord Mayor of London, 1655