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Photographs, 1888?-1940s

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MS. Photogr. c. 572, fols. 4-18

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Includes:
  1. (fol. 4) Photograph on Resta board: George Butterworth as a ca. 3-year-old child
  2. (fols. 5-6) Photograph on Sarony board: George Butterworth as a young boy with his father Alexander Kaye Butterworth (with additional offprint)
  3. (fols. 7) Photograph on Langton board: George Butterworth as a ca. 10-year-old boy
  4. (fols. 8-9) Photograph on Kissack board: George Butterworth as a teenaged boy at Eton (2 copies, mirror images)
  5. (fol. 10) Photograph on Kissack board: George Butterworth in ca. 1900
  6. (fol. 11) Photograph on board: George Butterworth at Eton (in the same outfit as at ca. 1900)
  7. (fol. 12) Photograph on Rossmont board: George Butterworth in his early twenties
  8. (fol. 13) Photograph on board: George Butterworth with a pipe
  9. (fol. 14) Reproduction of a portrait of George Butterworth with his name and excerpt of his song ‘They carry back bright to the coiner’ (from A Shropshire Lad)
  10. (fol. 15) Photograph of Alexander Kaye Butterworth in the Compton Leigh garden, May 1940
  11. (fol. 16) Photograph of Alexander Kaye Butterworth with his dog Punch in the Compton Leigh garden, [1940]
  12. (fol. 17) Photograph of a group of 14 men and women, taken in front of a side door to the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, 1940s? The subjects, mostly in DMus gowns, include: Ralph Vaugh Williams (in the centre), Edmund Rubbra, Gerald Finzi, Jack Westrup and Thomas Armstrong
  13. (fol. 18) Photograph of a group of 5 men, taken possibly at a wedding, 1940s?

Dates

  • 1888?-1940s

Extent

1 bundle

Shelfmark

MS. Photogr. c. 572, fols. 4-18

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom