Dating francis frith postcards

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Jim had retired in 1999 but he was still advised about the site and, having viewed it for himself, he took the time and trouble to send me a most charming message of support. I'm sure Jim was a most remarkable man and will be very much missed by his friends and family.Despite the good-humoured warnings I had received from his colleagues, he resisted any temptation to “put me straight” on any of my facts. Myer Rosen: Reminded me of a wrong (albeit speculative) identification at Salhouse Broad. Graham Noble: Provided some much needed enlightenment about Broadland Goosander/Snipe and further insight into Ripplecraft at Somerleyton.Unfortunately I have not been able to identify any very early examples and most of those in my collection are from the period 1930 to 1970. For further details of this collection please contact the Library, or refer to: It is widely believed that the University owns the copyright of these images but this is not actually the case.

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All the while he was indulging his passion for the new technology of Photography and processing his plates in the lightweight carriage which doubled as his portable dark room!My family were regular customers of 'Broadland Owners Association' firms from the very beginning and always held his organisation, and its members, in the highest esteem.When I first developed this web-site I contacted Hoseasons’ for permission to use scans from their publications and was met with the most friendly and helpful reception.The company also produces a large range of Calendars, Greetings Cards and other stationery products at their factory and further information can be found at: J. also produced many postcard views of the Norfolk Broads. Valentine’s ceased production of their postcards by 1967.Originally in monochrome ‘Real Photograph’ format and later under the ‘Camera Colour’ Trademark. At that time their colour image registers were sold-off to other publishers and the major archive of monochrome topographical views by ‘James Valentine & Sons’ is now held by the University of St Andrews Library.

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