Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Suffering from bronchitis, chief of Scotland Yard Viscount Byng traveled with his wife to America in order to achieve some relief from England's climate for his bronchial troubles but was only met with consistent rain. Standing amongst the shade provided by trees, the Viscount and Viscountess wear coats and hats as they stand together. Photograph appears with the article, "Byng, Recovered, Plans For Return to England," Los Angeles Times, 14 Mar 1935: 3. Handwritten on negative: Lord + Lady Byng Text from negative sleeve: BYNG, JULIAN VISCOUNT & LADY LONDON POLICE CHIEF 1935 Text from newspaper caption: Viscount and Viscountess Byng are shown in first picture taken since the Viscount's recent heart attack, which almost proved fatal but from which he is now recovered.