~ PHOTOGRAPHERS ~
If you can supply any other information or photo's from these photographers, please contact me.
A photographer in Canterbury taking his photo's during the Proclamation of 1910
24th Annual Meeting. Photographic Convention of the United Kingdom. Canterbury, July 5th to 10th, 1909
E. R. CHAMBERS, Wincheap
Frank P. CHAPMAN, 17 Havelock Street 1889-90's
J. G. CHARLTON (John C. GRIMMETT)
The East Kent Photographic Company
Albert J. GAMBRILL, Mill Lane 1900's
J. HARDEN, 35 St. Peter's Street 1917
HATTON & WOOD, 114 Wincheap Street
Edward JONES of King Street (1870's)
T. MONK (1858), Thomas Monk, Fordwich, Canterbury 1913
Wallace MUMFORD 1934 St. Peter's Street
William MURREN Photographic Artist, No. 5 St. Mary's Street 1891
NOAKES & CO.
Arthur Aguila NOAKES (Noakes & Co.)
A. C. NOOKES
J. L. PREECE, 1934 101 Northgate Street
Thomas F. SCOTT, Baker & Frederick T. SCOTT, 1890's, 68 Military Road
S. SMITH, Marlow Terrace, 1889
G. STRINGER, 4 Station Road West, 1917
Gertrude UDEN (a photographer, working for another photographer in the early 1900's) *Dover Street
VALENTINE (Photographer) - 6 Guildhall Street, Canterbury - 44 High Street, Folkestone, Old Corn Exchange, Guildford - Date
Benjamin Vincent VINCENT, Wincheap Street
Any photos by James Albert Smith [aka Albert James Smith] who took photographs with his partner of the Woolwich Soldiers.
Please contact me if you have any photographs/information that you are willing to share.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS OF KENT
Samuel West BARNS - Ashford, Kent
T. KINGSMILL - Ashford & Tenterden, Kent
William MAYLAND - Victoria Road, Deal & London
1896 - On the 25th a Whitstable photographer, named Springthorpe was sentenced to two months' hard labour for telling fortunes from photographs, which he obtained from people at a distance by means of newspaper advertisements.
© T. Machado 2015