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Portraits of the Most Eminent Celebrities Of The Day by W.T. Morgan, 1870-1880

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MS. 23051 photogr. 34

Album containing 119 Woodburytype portraits of royalty and celebrities, by various photographers, including James Mudd and Nadar. With newspaper cuttings in the back.

Dates

  • Creation: 1870-1880

Extent

1 item

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

This item is part of a partially-catalogued collection and access currently requires mediation via the archives team. Please send a message to specialcollections.enquiries@bodleian.ox.ac.uk with your request 5 working days in advance of your proposed visit.

Shelfmark

MS. 23051 photogr. 34

Former reference:

Wilson Centre Accession Number: 84:0376; Wilson Centre Accession Number 2: TC 177

Biographical / Historical

W.T. Morgan was a portrait photographer who worked for Henry Hering, based in Greenwich.

Locke & Whitfield was a photographic studio in London opened by Samuel Lock and George Whitfield.

James Mudd was a photographer best known for his photographs on locomotives, many built by Beyer-Peacock.

Gaspard-Félix Tournachon, known as Nadar, was the most famous photographer of his day. He was the first person to take aerial photographs.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased at Photofair UK, 27/05/1985

Physical Facet

Woodburytypes; Collotypes

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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