~ 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
E. R. CHAMBERS, Wincheap
Frank P. CHAPMAN, 17 Havelock Street 1889-90's
J. G. CHARLTON (John C. GRIMMETT)
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