EARLY NORTHAMPTONSHIRE PHOTOGRAPHERS - C

 

 

 

CASTER, George Coborn

 

            Market Place, Peterborough

            WRN 1884, KN 1885

 

            Cathedral Gateway, Peterborough

            KN 1885

 

CATTON, James

 

            61 Wellingborough Road, Northampton

            TN 1859

 

CAULCUTT, John

 

            Drapery, Northampton

            TN 1859

 

CHAMBERS, Arthur

 

            Finedon, Wellingborough

            KN 1910

 

CHETTLE, Mrs W

 

            22 Higham Road, Rushden

            KN 1914

 

CHETTLE, Walter

 

            Higham Road, Rushden

            KN 1898, KN 1903

 

            22 Higham Road, Rushden

TC 1905/6, KN 1906, KN 1910, TC 1911/12

 

TC 1905/6 and TC 1911/12 expand the address to 22 Higham Road, High Street, Rushden’.

 

CHRISTIAN, J Hamilton

 

            Park Road, Peterborough

            CAP 1901, CAP 1907

 

            48 Park Road, Peterborough

            KN 1903, KN 1906

 

            Salisbury Buildings, Park Road, Peterborough

            TC 1905/6

 

CLARKE, John B

 

            Thrapston

            KN 1906, KN 1910

 

CLARKSON, Herbert

 

            Thurning, Oundle

            KN 1910, KN 1914

 

COATES, Ball &

 

            Queen Street, Peterborough

            KN 1910, CAP 1912

 

COCKS, F S

 

            6 Exchange Street, Peterborough

            KN 1906

 

COCKS, Sweetland

            6 Exchange Street, Peterborough

            TC 1911/12

 

COLDHAM, H & Son

 

            178 Kettering Road, Northampton

KN 1898, TC 1905/6, LN 1906, LN 1907, KN 1910, TC 1911/12, KN 1914, TC 1918, KN 1920

 

COLDHAM, Herbert

 

            178 Kettering Road, Northampton

            KN 1903, KN 1906,

 

COLEMAN, William Frederick

 

            Long Buckby

            WN 1874, KN 1877

 

            East Street, Long Buckby, Rugby

            KN 1885

 

Assistant overseer & photographer’ in WN 1874.

 

COLLIER, James

 

            Precincts, Peterborough

            MN 1861

 

            Minster Close, Peterborough

            SP 1862

 

            Cathedral Close, Peterborough

            KN 1864

 

COOPER, H

 

            4 George Row, Northampton

            LN 1912, LN 1914

 

            66 Victoria Road, Northampton

            KN 1914, KN 1920

 

COOPER, H & Son

 

            8 George Row, Northampton

KN 1903, TC 1905/6, KN 1906, LN 1906, KN 1910, TC 1911/12, KN 1914, TC 1918, KN 1920

 

TC 1905/6, TC 1911/12 and TC 1918 have‘& Sons’. See also H E Cooper, below.

 

COOPER, Henry

 

            17 The Drapery, Northampton

RN 1884, WRN 1884, KN 1885, SN 1889, KN 1890, SN 1893, LN 1893/4, KN 1894, WNN 1896, KN 1898

 

            21 Alcombe Road, Northampton

            KN 1885, KN1890

 

COOPER, H E

 

            8 George Row, Northampton

            LN 1907

 

See also H Cooper & Son, above.

 

CORBY, Thomas

 

            93 Cloutsham Road, Northampton

            WNN 1896

 

COX, S Busby

 

            56, Westgate, Peterborough

COP 1894, KN 1898, NOP 1898, KN 1903, TC 1905/6, KN 1906, KN 1910

 

            Westgate, Peterborough

CAP 1896, CAP 1901, CAP 1907, CAP 1912

 

            62 Westgate, Peterborough

            TC 1911/12, KN 1914

 

His advertisement in CAP 1901 reads: ‘S Busby Cox, Westgate Studio, Peterborough. Cabinets – 10/- doz; circles – 12/6 doz. Carte de visites (sic) – 5/- doz; circles – 7/6 doz. Enlargements in Sepia, Black & White, Colours, &c. Outdoor Photography in all its Branches – Cricket, Tennis, Wedding, Football & other Groups by appointment.’

 

COX, William

 

            13 Bridge Street, Northampton

TN 1859, MN 1861, TNA 1863, KN 1864, TN 1864, TNA 1864, TNA 1865, KN 1869, TNA 1869, WN 1874, HN 1876, KN 1877

 

His advertisement in MN 1861 reads: ‘W Cox, Artist and Photographer, 13 Bridge Street, Northampton, Has erected, for the better accommodation of his numerous patrons, Two Glass Studios, where first-class Portraits can be obtained in all weather, at prices from One Shilling to Ten Guineas. Copies taken of all kinds of portraits on the newest principle. All Portraits Coloured and Finished on the Premises. N.B. – Bad or Failed portraits of other Artists successfully Restored or exchanged.’ The accompanying illustration is a line drawing of a high-ceilinged studio interior. One wall is given over entirely to windows, with the light regulated by heavy traditional curtains. The ceiling, too, is made up of glass panels, with a system of blinds for managing the light.

 

His advertisement in TNA 1863 reads: ‘Cartes de visite. Persons wishing to possess these Gems, will find W Cox’s Brilliant and full of Life, taken in one second. 6s for the Half-dozen; 10s for the Dozen.’

 

 

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