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Photographers are listed alphabetically by surname on the following pages.

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Name:  TALBOT, Stanley Frank   b:1886 Stoke Newington       d:1972
Address: Market Lane, Linton
Working Dates: c.1903 - 1904
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: A single entry in the 1904 trade directory lists Stanley Frank Talbot as a photographer in Linton, but no trace can be found of him in the 1901 or 1911 census returns for that village. In fact in 1901 and in 1911 Stanley was living with his family at 91 High Street, Hastings, Sussex. In 1901 Stanley was living there with his father Frank Talbot b:1850 Twidale Staffordshire, a Secretary to a public company and his mother, Matilda, Nee Freshwater, b: 1855 Hackney. In 1911 Stanley was living with his mother Matilda, then described as being of independent means, and his younger sister, Irene, b:1888 Stoke Newington, a professor of music (which might have simply meant a private music tutor). In the 1901 census return Stanley was a scholar, in 1911 he was described as an "advertisement consultant". It does seem that the family were in Linton between the 1901 and 1911 census dates as Stanley's father, Frank, had died in Linton in Q3 1905, and Stanley's maternal grandmother, Matilda Freshwater, also died in Linton in Q21905. After 1911 it appears that Stanley married Winifred Grace Wilshin at Hastings on 24 September 1913 and when he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps in November 1917 he gave his address as 104 Petherton Road, Highbuty London N5 and his occupation as a printer. He suffered from a number of minor medical conditions and was classified as B2 fitness. He was made a Lance Corporal in the Royal Army Medical Corps and served at Crystal Palace. He was discharged from the army in February 1919.

Stanley clearly was a skilled photographer as the postcard below of a Royal visit to the Senate House on 1st March 1904 demonstrates. The card was postally used in April 1904. The photographer's stamp top left on reverse is a 15mm diameter rubber stamp "S.F.Talbot photographer Linton Cambs". Stanley produced postcards of views of villages around the Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex borders, including Bartlow, Whittlesford and Linton. See below an example from the author's collection of a view of Grantchester Church, printed on matt card, postally used in 1927. On reverse is printed ""Country View" series No 451 S.F.Talbot, Linton Cambs". Beneath is another example postcard portraying what was thought to be an unknown house, presumably from a South Cambridge Village and of similar vintage to the 1904 example above. Stanley registered just one of his photographs at Stationers' Hall for copyright purposes. This was a photograph of the spot where the remains of Miss Holland were buried at Moat House Farm, Clavering, Essex, Copyright owner of work: Stanley Frank Talbot, Linton, Cambridgeshire. Copyright author of work: Stanley Frank Talbot, Linton, Cambrigeshire. Form completed: 2 May 1903. TNA COPY 1/461/45. Miss Holland was murdered by Samuel Herbert Dougal at Moat House Farm in 1903 http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/dougal-samuel-herbert.htm and presumably Stanley sold this photograph to a newspaper. A second look at the postcard of an unknown house below shows that it is in fact a post card depicting Moat House Farm, the scene of this famous Essex murder from 1903 - a strange choice of subject for a postcard, but one which perhaps shows Stanley Talbot in a more entrepreneurial light than some of his contemporaries.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Kellys Directory of Cambridgeshire 1904
There is a cabinet photograph by Talbot in the carte de visite collection c.65.5 of the Cambridgeshire Collection
Michael Rouse, The Villages of Old Cambridgeshire A portrait in Photographs and Old Picture Postcards, SB Publications 1989, page 42 has a post card by Talbot of the Post Office Linton.

Postcard by Talbot of 1904 Royal Visit to Cambridge

Reverse of card of Royal Visit 1904

Postcard view of Grantchester Church by SF Talbot

Reverse of Talbot card

Talbot postcard, view of unknown house

Reverse of Talbot card with photographer's backstamp

RP Post card by Stanley Talbot of Moat House Farm, a famous murder scene from 1903

Name:    T AND M STUDIO  b:       d:
Address: 101 High Street, Somersham
Working Dates:  c.1990
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: weddings, portraits
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages 1990, Peterborough Yellow Pages 1990

Name:  TAMS, Alan   b:  1867 Cambridge  d:1956
Address: 83 Alpha Road, Cambridge
Working Dates: c.1910
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: The brother of William Tams below. In the 1911 census he was shown as a compositor, living at 83 Alpha Road Chesterton with his wife and three children, the year before he was listed in the local trade directory as a photographer at the same address.
References: Cambridge Annual Directory, AP Dixon, 1910

Name:  TAMS, William  b:19 June 1868 Cambridge  d:1952
Address: 19 Humberstone Road, Cambridge
Working Dates: 1907 - 1939
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Former Butler to Master of St Johns College, later a professional photographer. In 1891 William was living with his wife at 24 Albert St Cambridge and was shown as a college servant. By 1901 he was living with his wife and 3 children (Willie Horace Thomas, Frank Harry and Arthur) at 18 Priory Street Chesterton and was a butler. In 1911 he is shown at 19 Humberston Road Cambridge living with his sister in law and two of his children. He was listed as a photographer working on his own account from his home address. In the 1939 Register William was listed as a photographer at t19 Humberston Road, living with Aggie Tams b: 19/3/1869. William published many postcard views of Cambridge and surrounding area. More than 100 of his Cambridge photographs are held in the Cambridgeshire Collection. In 1902 William was a member of a committee of local photographers organising the visit of a photographic convention of the UK to Cambridge. (Cambridge Independent Press 11/7/1902). President of the Cambridge Photographic Club in 1916 and very involved in the management of the Club over many years. Became an official photographer of the University of Cambridge, but there are no examples of this side of his work in the Cambridgeshire Collection. See below a postcard format portrait of a young man in straw boater (author's collection). The postcard was postally used on 29th July 1907, postmarked Cambridge and has been signed "Tom R Harrison, 2 Regent Terrace", who may be the subject of the portrait. "Copyright W.Tams, Cambridge" is printed on the reverse.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Reeve, F.A. Victorian and Edwardian Cambridge from Old Photographs, Batsford 1971 Photos – early 1900s plate 3
Mike Petty, An Eye on the Past, Cambridge Weekly News, 2/5/1991, 9/5/1991
Michael Rouse, The Villages of Old Cambridgeshire A portrait in Photographs and Old Picture Postcards, SB Publications 1989, page 31 for a postcard of Turf digging in Burwell.

Portrait by William TamsReverse of William Tams portrait 1907

Name:  TAYLOR A & G
Address: Multiple addresses countrywide, including Cambridge
Working Dates: The firm operated from the mid 1860s - 1890s in Cambridge?
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: The studio claimed to be the largest photographers in the world. The oval carte de visite below of an unknown man was taken at the company's Sheffield Studio. The reverse of the carte lists all the firm's studios, and this includes Cambridge. A wide variety of these lists of studios can be found on the reverse of the firm's cartes.
References: Oliver Mathews "The Album of Carte-de-Visite and Cabinet Portrait Photographs 1854-1914" London 1974 lists A & G Taylor as having premises in Cambridge. However, no trace of their address has yet been found in local directories.
www.edinphoto.org.uk/pp_n/pp_taylor.htm has information on the firm
The Royal Photographic Society has published a PhotoHistorian supplement booklet on the firm

Portrait by A and G Taylor, photographers to the QueenReverse of A and G Taylor Carte listing their premises

Name:   TAYLOR, Alfred Caleb b: 1861 Newark on Trent   d:1927 Peterborough
Address: 1881 at Walpole Street Peterborough (parents home), 1891 at Fletton Avenue Peterborough, at least from 1901 onwards at Trinity Street, Peterborough, Throughout at The Infirmary Peterborough.
Working Dates:  c.late 1880s to 1920s
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Alfred Caleb Taylor was the son of an engine driver, John C Taylor b: 1840, Boston Lincs. in 1881 Alfred was living with his parents and siblings at Walpole Street Peterborough, his occupation was shown as a "dispenser". In 1883 Alfred married Emma b: Fletton Hunts 1864 and during their life together they had eight children. Alfred was in fact a dispenser at the Peterborough Infirmary, where he was to work for the rest of his working life. The Peterborough Infirmary opened in 1857 in a house in Priestgate Peterborough, provided for the purpose by Earl Fitzwilliam. The house is is now the Peterborough Museum, but there is still an old surgical operating room there bearing testimony to its earlier use. The infirmary operated there until the Peterborough Memorial Hospital opened in 1928. AC Taylor described his occupation in 1891 as a "medical dispenser". That same year he was slightly injured in a bizarre accident - dressed as Father Christmas for the children at the Infirmary he somehow set alight his cotton wool beard and moustache, burning his face - a story picked up by many newspapers in the UK and overseas. Some time before this he also became involved in the management of the Infirmary - it was in fact run by a charity. In 1889 Alfred was described first as the Collector of the Infirmary (Peterborough Advertiser Sat 16 March 1889), then in the same year as Secretary of the Infirmary (Peterborough Advertiser Sat 30 Nov 1889) - a post he was to hold until his retirement in 1926. It is not known exactly when Alfred became interested in photography. The Peterborough Advertiser on Saturday 26 January 1889 recorded that the meeting that week of the Peterborough Photographic Society had been chaired by Alfred, and later that year he presented a paper on "artistic photography" to the Society (Peterborough Advertiser - Saturday 18 May 1889). Already interested in photography and in medicine, Alfred followed the introduction of the medical use of X Rays, which had been discovered in 1895. He became an early and enthusiastic X Ray practitioner, building and using his own equipment at the Infirmary. In April 1898 it was reported that Brother AC Taylor gave a lecture and demonstration of X Rays to The Hope of The City Tent No 1151 of the Independent Order of Rechabites (a temperance based friendly society) (Peterborough Advertiser 9 April 1898) In another 1898 report on St. Marys Bazaar the Peterborough Advertiser reported that " Mr. A. C. Taylor, of the Peterborough Infirmary, gave X Ray lectures with practical illustrations, and around his sanctum were numbers of his photographs, of the highest artistic merit". (Peterborough Advertiser - Saturday 22 October 1898 p7). Photographs by Alfred were used to illustrate a number of books, including "Notes on Old Peterborough",by Andrew Percival (1905 Peterborough) and "The Depot For Prisoners Of War At Norman Cross Huntingdonshire 1796 to 1816" by Thomas James Walker 1913. In 1908 Alfred exhibited two of his photographs at Royal Photographic Society Annual Exhibition "Where clouds do nestle" (pictorial) and "Myositis Ossificianus" (in the section on Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction - so this was probably an X Ray photograph). But X Ray photography had many dangers and like a number of other early practitioners Alfred suffered greatly from injuries to his hands through over-exposure to radiation. When he retired in 1926 the Northampton Mercury reported: "X-RAY MARTYR. PRESENTATION TO PETERBOROUGH INFIRMARY SECRETARY. Mr. A. C. Taylor, secretary of Peterborough Infirmary since 1880, was an Wednesday presented with a cheque for £7OO and a silver tray, publicly subscribed, as a testimonial to his X-ray work, to which he has been a martyr, having lost several fingers on both hands as a result of his research work. In replying to the presentation, Mr. Taylor said if he had sacrificed six of his fingers he had been more than compensated, for he loved the work and its excitement. “If I could live life over again" he concluded, "I would do the same.” (Northampton Mercury 3 Sept1926. Alfred died in 1927. In 2015 a new accommodation block for medical staff at Peterborough was named "Alfred Caleb Taylor House, in his memory.
References: Peterborough Book of Days by Brian Jones records July 26th 1927 as the day that Alfred Caleb Taylor died. In recounting his achievements he states "Taylor put together his own X Ray machine made his own batteries that gave him between twenty and thirty hours of power and, later, a six cell accumulator that needed two people to lift it. He took X Rays of injured feet hands and arms, and helped the infirmary surgeons work out how best to treat the many injured people they saw. His driving motivation was not investigating science for its own sake but helping others recover from serious injuries"

Name:   TAYLOR, James Heber b: 1840 Bristol      d:
Address: Little Trinity, Jesus Lane, Cambridge
Working Dates:  1898 - 1911
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1891 census James lived at Little Trinity 16 Jesus Lane Cambridge and was a private tutor and examiner. He lived with his wife Mary Elizabeth Taylor b: 1848 Manchester, daughter Mary b: 1872 Salford, brother William W Taylor b: 1849 Wakefield and two servants. In 1901 he was at the same address, an examiner of schools, living with his wife and a servant . Between 1898 and 1911 James submitted 13 of his photographs to Stationers' Hall for copyright purposes. This level of output suggests at least a semi-professional photographer at work, and the last registration was for a postcard.The subjects of these photographs were:

  • Interior of Kings College Chapel Cambridge (from the east end), Form completed: 4 October 1898. TNA COPY 1/438/84
  • Great Court of Trinity College, Cambridge, from the S W corner. Form completed: 23 February 1900. TNA COPY 1/459/715
  • Ely Cathedral from the park. Form completed: 5 October 1900. TNA COPY 1/448/76
  • Ely Cathedral from the park. Form completed: 26 February 1902. TNA COPY 1/454/370
  • Archdeacon Emery taken in his study at the College, Ely'. Form completed: 16 September 1903. TNA COPY 1/465/461
  • Entrance to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Form completed: 22 September 1903. TNA COPY 1/465/566
  • Interior Waltham Abbey. Form completed: 29 October 1903. TNA COPY 1/466/465
  • University (Goldie Memorial), Boathouse, Cambridge, Form completed: 27 August 1904. TNA COPY 1/476/425
  • Ely Cathedral (interior) from the foot of the Reredos, Form completed: 17 October 1904. TNA COPY 1/478/222
  • Photograph of a Peregrine Falcon. Form completed: 7 July 1906. TNA COPY 1/499/93
  • Interior of Ely Cathedral from the base of the Reredos.Form completed 24 October 1908. TNA COPY 1/526/195
  • Picture of Lady Elizabeth Hastings. Form completed 11 August 1909. TNA COPY 1/536/85
  • Banbury Cross and writing under with monogram. Form completed: 1 January 1911. Item format: postcard(s). TNA COPY 1/553/43

References:

Name:   TAYLOR, Paul b:       d:
Address: 34 Lambs Lane, Cottenham
Working Dates:  c.1990
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages 1990

Name:   TEMPEST-HOLT, Rosanne, HOLT Rosanne, Portrait Photographer. b:       d:
Address: 44 Natal Road, Cambridge
Working Dates: commence trading around 2000 – a number of online directories show the firm still in existence in 2016
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: portraits
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages 2000

Name: THOMAS, Colin   b:       d:
Address: Werrington Studios, 16 Skaters Way, Werrington
Working Dates: c.1990
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Peterborough Yellow Pages 1990

THOMPSON, John - See J.E.T.

Name: THOMPSON, Doreen O.    b: 31 Oct 1904      d:
Address: 37 Blinco Grove, Cambridge
Working Dates: c.1939
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1939 register Doreen is listed as a photographer's assistant at the above address. Also at the same address were: Phyllis E Thompson b:1900 and Dulcie P Thompson b: 1921.
References: 1939 Register.

Name:  THOMPSON, R     b:       d:
Address: Peterborough
Working Dates: 1860s-70s?
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: See below a very early carte de visite from the Simon Shirley Collection, c.1860-65 of Emma Wood, plain white mount, square corners, with simple printing on rear only "R Thompson Peterborough negative preserved"
References: After much research it has been established that this is a Peterborough Ontario photographer. In the 19th century a small local business would not have included a country in its address, but international movement of people and collectable items means that old photographs from one country can easily turn up in another, as is the case here. Fraser Dunford wrote an excellent article on the 60+ professional photographers of Peterborough Ontario: “Peterborough Photographers, 1847-1900” in “The Heritage Gazette of the Trent Valley. Volume 6, number 2, August 2001” at p24, which is available online at: http://trentvalleyarchives.com/shop/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/2-copy-August-2001.pdf ). We have left this entry here as a reminder that unknown photographers might need to be researched in multiple countries.

Early carte de visite, of Emma Wood, by R ThompsonReverse of R Thompson carte de visite

Name:  THOMPSON and SUN         
Address: George Street Peterborough
Working Dates: 1870s
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: See below another early carte de visite from the Simon Shirley Collection, 1870s of an unknown lady. Plain white mount, rounded corners, with printing on rear only "Thompson & Sun Photographer, George Street Peterborough, negatives preserved, No..." Research has shown that the firm of R Thompson and Sun operated in Peterborough Ontario, Canada from around 1861 - 1900
References: After much research it has been established that this is a Peterborough Ontario photographer. In the 19th century a small local business would not have included a country in its address, but international movement of people and collectable items means that old photographs from one country can easily turn up in another, as is the case here. Fraser Dunford wrote an excellent article on the 60+ professional photographers of Peterborough Ontario: “Peterborough Photographers, 1847-1900” in “The Heritage Gazette of the Trent Valley. Volume 6, number 2, August 2001” at p24, which is available online at: http://trentvalleyarchives.com/shop/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/2-copy-August-2001.pdf ). We have left this entry here as a reminder that unknown photographers might need to be researched in multiple countries.

Carte de visite Thompson and SunReverse of carte de visite Thompson and Sun

Name:  THOMPSON, Robin  b:       d:
Address: 1997 at Negus Yard, Homerton Street, 1998 and 2000 at 90 Cavendish Rd Cambridge
Working Dates:  c. 1997 - a number of online directories suggest the firm is still in business in 2016
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages 1997, 1998, 2000

Name:  TIBBITTS, John Petchey (or Petcher)  b: 1858 Ely Cambs  d:1929
Address: Ely
Working Dates:
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: See below, real photograph sepia postcard, not postally used, of West Front of Ely Cathedral, on reverse is the name of the publisher John P. Tibbitts, Ely. The son of an Ely farmer, In 1891 John was living at Churchill Street Leicester, a "gas fitter and bellhanger". In 1901 he was living at Downham Lane Ely and was a "printer and stationer" in a partnership. In the 1911 Census he was living at Cambridge Road Ely, a "compositor, printer and stationer". Not known at this stage if Tibbitts was the photographer or simply the publisher of local postcards.
References: No reference yet found of a photographer with this name in local directories.

Postcard by JP TibbittsReverse of Tibbitts' postcard


Name:  TIM(P)SON, Thomas  b: 1864 Stalybridge Lancs      d:
Address: Church Street Fordham. Soham, Market Place, Soham in 1904
Working Dates: 1896-1908
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Local directories show Thomas Timson as a photographer between 1896 and 1908. In 1901 Thomas was living at Church Street Fordham. The census states that he was a watch maker and photographer working at home on his own account. No trace has been found in the 1911 census of Thomas, his wife Sarah Maria b:1865 Colchester or children Ivy b:1894 Freckenham Suffolk and Elsie b:1896 Rothwell Yorks.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Kellys Directory of Cambridgeshire 1896 - 1908.

Name:  TINSLEY, John    b:       d:
Address: Macraik, Church Lane, Tydd St Giles
Working Dates: c.1990
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Peterborough Yellow Pages 1990

Name:  TITTERTON, John b:1832 St Pancras Middlesex d: 1914
Address: St Mary’s St Ely (1858-1892), Lynn Road Ely (1896-
Working Dates: 1858-1900
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Son of John Titterton (b:1788 Wolverhampton Staffs, Chelsea Pensioner, veteran of Waterloo, Metropolitan Police Inspector, Chief Constable of Cambridge Borough Police and Governor of Peterborough Gaol d:1857). John Jnr was an artist, astronomer and photographer. The 1851 census picks him up in the gaol at Peterborough where he was living as the son of the governor and working as a printer. Heathcote notes that Titterton arrived at Spalding, Lincs in 1855 and was still active in the town the following year, but by 1858 he had settled in Ely. The Lincolnshire Chronicle reported on 7th December 1855 "Collodion Process - Mr Titterton, photographic artist has been gleaning "golden opinions" from the inhabitants of Spalding - his portraits are life-like and coloured after (and very little after) nature." In the trade directories he was listed as "Photographic Artist and tobacconist" in 1864 and photographer and tobacconist 1865-75. In the 1871 census John was listed as a photographer in St Marys Street Ely Cambs where he was living with his wife Hannah b:1833 Cambridge. In 1881 John described himself as a photographic artist and was still in St Mary's Street with a second, younger wife Elizabeth b:1846 Middlesex and 10 month old son John Frederick. In 1891 he was at the same location and the family had the addition of a daughter Elizabeth Clara b:1882 Ely Cambs. John's name was shown as John A.P.Titterton (wrongly indexed as Tetterton). He was listed as a photographer. In 1901 John was described in the census as "artist and journalist". In 1911 John had moved to 1 Lynfield Terrace Ely and was described as a journalist - the family had two boarders, presumably to supplement their income.

The first carte de visite below (author's collection) is a vignette of an unknown young girl posing with strewn flowers. The cream square cornered mount has a green border line round the face side and the reverse is back-stamped in blue ink in a garter design "John Titterton photographer, Ely Cambs". It is difficult to date this from the girl's clothes, but the simple backstamp pre-dates the cartes below this and so it is probably from the 1860s. The next two cartes de visite below (author’s collection) are probably also from the 1860s (from the clothing and mutton chops) mounted on white card with square corners. The reverse sides have a scroll design printed in red saying “John Titterton photographer Ely”. John Titterton did some work other than portraits. He registered one of his photographs at Stationers' Hall on 12 July 1872. It was a photograph of 'The Last Supper' from the Reredos of Ely Cathedral, front view' TNA Copy1/19/129.
References: Lincolnshire Chronicle 19/10/1855 - John Titterton a photographer at Spalding.
Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Obituary Ely Standard 24/7/1914 P5
Kellys Directory of Cambridgeshire 1858 - 1900
Mike Petty, An Eye on the Past, Cambridge Weekly News, 8/11/1990
Heathcote, Bernard and Pauline, A Faithful Likeness. The First Photographic Portrait Studios in the British Isles 1841-1855, Heathcote 2002.
Lincs Boston and Spalding Free Press 31 July 1855 p1d.

Early carte de visite by John TittertonReverse with Titterton backstamp

Early carte de visite, John TittertonReverse of Titterton carte de visite

John Titterton carte de visiteReverse of Titterton carte de visite


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