EARLY CAMBRIDGESHIRE PHOTOGRAPHERS - D-G

 

 

DAVIES, Peter Hughes

High Street, March                                     

KC1869, HC1873

Described as pharmaceutical chemist, photographer, and oil & colour man, HC1873.

 

DAVIS, Arthur J

3 Rose Crescent, Cambridge                              

SC1913, SC1914, SC1915

DRAKE, William

85a Norfolk Street, Cambridge                  

KC1896

DRING, Robert

23 Newnham, Cambridge                              

KC1888, KC1892, KC1896, KC1900, KC1904

DRYSDALE, Alfred

Lynn Road, Wisbech                                              

KC1892

(Studio note: 96 Lynn Road)

 

DRYSDALE, Arthur

Lynn Road, Wisbech                                              

BW1893

'Arthur' is believed to be a mistake for 'Alfred'.

 

EDELSTEIN, William

Edelstein, 38 Hills Road, Cambridge                  

SC1891, KC1892 

ELY, T H [?]

 

Adamson records that Ely, the first Norfolk daguerreotype licensee, sought premises in Wisbech in 1844. His intention was to open a studio, but it is not clear whether the plan was actually carried out.

 

EMERSON, Peter Henry

 

Emerson (1856-1936) was not a studio photographer, but his historical importance makes it worth noting his association with the county. A champion of the naturalistic approach to photography, Emerson earned distinction with his photographs of East Anglian scenery and life. It was in Cambridge,

in 1881, that he took up photography.

 

EMETT, Tom, Sharman Robbins &

32 Norfolk Street East, Wisbech                      

KC1869 

FARREN

Jesus Lane, Cambridge                              

KC1875 

FARREN Brothers

Rose Crescent, Cambridge                              

MAC1866

 

10 & 11 Rose Crescent, Cambridge                  

MAC1867, KC1869 

FARREN, Robert

10 Rose Crescent, Cambridge                  

HC1873

FARREN, William

10 Rose Crescent, Cambridge                  

KC1864, MOC1865/6

 

Chesterton Road, Cambridge                              

MAC1866

 

3 Cambrian Villas, Chesterton Road, Cambridge

MAC1867

 

Market Street, Cambridge                              

SC1878

 

18 Market Street, Cambridge                              

KC1879

 

Market Street, 2 St Mary's Passage, Cambridge

SC1881

 

13 Market Hall, Cambridge                              

KC1883

A carte mount, apparently dating from the 60s or early 70s, refers to studios at 10 & 11 Rose Crescent, Cambridge, and High Street, Chatteris.  Another carte, apparently from around 1880 or a little later, refers to studios at 13 Market Place and 17 Market Street, Cambridge.

 

GATES Brothers

Mill Road, Cambridge                              

SC1891, KC1892

GATES, Thomas George

1 Fitzroy Street, Cambridge                  

SC1895 

GAUTREY, Harry

4 Portugal Place, Cambridge                              

KC1888

GEE, Charles R

East Park Street, Chatteris                                  

KC1916 

GILLSON, Frederick W

High Street, Burwell                                                

KC1900, KC1904, KC1908

 

Causeway, Burwell                                                

KC1912

GODDEN, John Harvey

Godden, High Street, Sawston                        

KC1904, KC1908, KC1912, KC1916 

GOODRICH & Sanderson

Post Office Terrace, Cambridge                  

KC1904, KC1912, KC1916

(Post Office Terrace)

 

GOSHAWK, Alfred

15 Pulling Terrace, Mill Road, Cambridge            

SC1881

GROOM D

 

According to Heathcote, Groom set up temporary studios at the premises of Mr Wade, boot and shoe maker, Wisbech, August/September 1855. Heathcote also notes that a David Groom, working as a photographer in Exeter in 1862, may have been the same man.

 

GWYNNE, Clement W

Sand Street, Soham                                     

KC1912

 

Broad Street, March                                     

KC1916

 

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