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Regional Studies : Photo-History Websites devoted to particular towns, counties or regions

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Scotland

 

 

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Author

       
    AYRSHIRE              Rob Close
    EDINBURGH

Peter Stubbs

BIRMINGHAM

Pickard Trepess

FIFE

Fife Family History Society

BRISTOL

Roger Vaughan

GLASGOW  
       
CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Mike Petty

   
CAMBRIDGESHIRE ( this website comprises  photographer listings for individual towns and villages, including Cambridge, Chatteris, Duxford, Ely, Huntingdon, March, Newmarket, Peterborough, St Ives, St Neots and Wisbech ).

Les Waters

(Fading Images)

   
       
DERBYSHIRE

Brett Payne

   
       
HERTFORDSHIRE

Chris Reynolds

   
ISLE OF MAN

Frances Coakley

   
ISLE OF WIGHT

Gordon Childs

   
LIVERPOOL      
LONDON  (Directory of Studios)      
LONDON (Database of London Photographers)

David Webb

 

 

    Wales

 

REIGATE and REDHILL

Alan Moore

   
    WALES (Various towns of Wales ) Photographers 1850-1925

Mari Alderman

    ABERYSTWYTH

Elizabeth A Darlington

WARWICKSHIRE

Pickard Trepess

   
WOLVERHAMPTON

Frank Sharman

   
       

Individual Photographers and their Photographs

Subject of Website

Author

Alfred Seaman and the Photographic Convention of the United Kingdom

John Bradley

   
   
   
   
   
 
 

GENERAL

Rosemary & Stan Rodliffe's Index of Victorian, Edwardian & Early 20th Century UK Photographers Rosemary and Stan Rodliffe's index of photographers active in the U.K. between 1841 and 1939.
Carte de visite : Victorian Photographers - Studios and Sitters Ron Cosens' extensive collection of carte de visite and cabinet cards (1860-1910)
The Victorian Image Collection Ron Cosens' Victorian Picture Library
Roger Vaughan's Collection of Victorian and Edwardian Photographs Roger Vaughan's Collection of Victorian and Edwardian Photographs
Roger Vaughan's Profiles of Victorian and Edwardian Studios Roger Vaughan's Selected Photographic Studios (e.g. Philip C. Stortz of Liverpool, H. J. Whitelock of Birmingham, A. &. G. Taylor of London and many Provincial Towns).
   

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