The late Dorothy Wilding is (or rather was) Britain's most famous female photographer. In fact she was the first woman to be awarded a Royal Warrant to be the official photographer to a King & Queen at their coronation, and one of her photographs of the present Queen (lknown as the 'Wilding Portrait') was used for a series of definitive postage stamps of great Britain, used between 1953 and 1967.
She worked mainly from her Bond Street, London, studio, and in 1937 opened another in New York.
I have been very fortunate in acquiring some of her work, including several sepia photographs of what was obviously a very smart society wedding.
Here is a sample from that collection:-
Does anyone by chance know whether there is an organisation or a body who may have retained the records from her studios.
Each of the photographs i have are of course identified with a job number. I would dearly like to identify at least the bride and groom .