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Sir Martin Kelso Wallace, The Right Honourable, The Lord Mayor of Belfast (1961–1962)

© The Estate of Frank McKelvey. All rights reserved. DACS 2019. Photo credit: Belfast City Hall

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Born on 3rd May 1898 to William and Mary Wallace, Martin Kelso Wallace was educated at Methodist College Belfast. Wallace worked as a painting contractor. During the First World War, he served in the Royal Naval Reserves. In 1945, Wallace was elected as a Councillor for Windsor ward. He was subsequently elected as an Alderman in 1958 and was appointed as High Sheriff the following year. After two terms as Lord Mayor, Wallace was knighted in 1963.

Belfast City Hall

Belfast


Date

1962

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 119 x W 100 cm (E)

Accession number

1962-001

Work type

Painting


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Belfast City Hall

Donegal Place, Belfast, County Antrim BT1 5GS Northern Ireland

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