Friday, March 21, 2014

1950

The British Journal
Photographic Almanic 1950


Marcus Adams (London) "A Penny for Your Thoughts."


Donald Herbert (Weymouth) Soft Beauty.




W. Robson (Liverpool) "The Sleeping Princess" International Ballet.



Leung Key (Hong Kong) Peace and Solitude.



Harold White (West Wickham) Crystal Jug.



Frank Harris (Manchester) Might We Have Silence.



E. Gordon Barber (Harrow) Brother Ass.



A. Shaikhet (Russia) On the Victory March.



Bernard Langridge (London) February Morning.



K. W. Shanks (Newcastle­upon-Tyne) Monday Morning.



E. Heimann (London) Theme on Paganini.



Adolf Morath (Liverpool) Miss Mollie Garland in her Studio.



Jack Howard (Los Angeles) Poise.



Dolce L. Rowan (Bonchurch, LW.) Spring Ballet.



W. K. Chadburn (Birmingham) Autumn Poem.



Camille Petry (Brussels) La Route est Longue.


Shirley Hall (California) Sali.



Francis Wu (Hong Kong) The Rosary.



Walter Nurnberg (London) Cornish Fisherman.



Roy Hudson (St. Leonards) The Author, Jeffrey Farnol.



Trond Hedstrom (Helsingfors) A Charming Smile.



T. E. Pratt (London) Marjory.



Walter Bird (London) Joseph Cotten in "Under Capricorn."



F. Reece Winstone (Bristol) Tired, Pal?



B. Alfieri (Surbiton) Hands of the Craftsman.



Ernest E. Telfer (Enfield) The Look-out.



Nettie M. Moon (Mitcham) Her Highness The Nabagereka of Buganda.



G. Geeven (Dordrecht) Blanka.



R. N. Haile (Bognor Regis) Having Fun.



J. Hector Woods (Darwen) Nil Desperandum.



George J. Hughes (Bridge of Allan) Art Gallery, Perth.





Saturday, February 22, 2014




INDEX

Robinson, Henry Peach





Henry Peach Robinson

Leamington/Tunbridge Wells

born 9 July 1830, Ludlow, Shropshire 
died 21 February 1901, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent



















































































































H. P. Robinson and Son
Redhill and Guildford
Henry Peach Robinson and  Ralph Winwood Robinson





above and below - A cabinet card by Robinson and Cherrill circa 1867-1868.
reverse inscribed - "2 elder children of the Hon. W. P. M. & Lady Emma Talbot".
Charles Stanley Chetwynd-Talbot (b. 31 Jan 1862, d. 20 Oct 1890) and Cecil Emma Chetwynd-Talbot (b. 6 Apr 1864, d. 26 Jan 1934). These are the two elder children of Colonel Hon. Sir Wellington Patrick Manvers Chetwynd-Talbot and Lady Emma Charlotte Stanley, daughter of Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, three times Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.