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This is the first of the named photographs which I am posting on this blog: a Carte de Visite of Thomas Abbott by J and T Spencer. The carte bears a pencilled inscription on the reverse – “Thos Abbott a … Continue reading
After much deliberation, I have reluctantly decided to close Reminiscene‘s website at the end of this year when the domain name becomes due for renewal. In the meantime, I will not be uploading any new material to the site As … Continue reading
Anybody who fears having their photograph taken, or is convinced that they don’t photograph well, might do well to consider the advice given by W V Amey, erstwhile Photographic Artist of 253 Commercial Road, Landport, on the reverse of his … Continue reading
I have just uploaded to Reminiscene 16 Cartes de Visite, a Cabinet Portrait and a photograph which were taken in studios in Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Wakefield. Despite the varying photographic studios, the sitters are very firmly believed to … Continue reading
I will very soon be adding to Reminiscene a number of Cartes de Visite and Cabinet Portraits from Northern Ireland. These photographs were very generously donated to Reminiscene. I understand that despite the fact that some of the photographs were … Continue reading
I have today added a further six Cartes de Visite and Cabinet portraits and one Tintype to my website. For further information, please check out my RSS Feed or visit the site.
This Carte de Visite by C A Duval and Co should, with any luck, help somebody with their family history. The sitter is identified on the reverse as: “Charles Granville Whitelocke, Lt RN, only son of Frank Whitelocke and Mary … Continue reading