In 1752, when Ann Fanshawe was twenty-eight years old, her father Crisp Gascoyne was appointed as Lord Mayor of London, and became the first incumbent to take residence in the newly built Mansion House. Since Margaret, her mother, had died back in 1740, it fell upon Ann to assume the role of Lady Mayoress and this spectacular dress of Spitalfields silk, which was purchased by the Museum of London from one of her descendants in 1983, is believed to have been made to be worn just once
The Lord Mayor of London: or, City Life in the Last Century . in three Volumes . by AINSWORTH, William Harrison.: London: Chapman and Hall . 1862. - Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB
Forty Hall (nr Enfield): former home of the Lord Mayor of London | Visiting houses & gardens
Lord Mayor of the City of London Jeffrey Mountevans (left) makes a presentation to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh during a reception for the High Commissioners' Banquet to mark Commonwealth Week at the Guildhall on March 16, 2016 in London, United Kingdom.
The Prospect of Whitby, a historic public house on the banks of the Thames at Wapping in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets http://www.photoblog.com/Robertthebob/2007/09/08/bye-bye-wapping-and-accidentally-more-grey-photos.html
Large Royal Doulton Character Jug "Lord Mayor Of London" Toby Mug D6864