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Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
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Hello,Firstly, thank you to all the creators and contributors at British Photographic History for this forum. I'm wondering whether anyone here has heard of the photographer Maud Shelley (1875-1952)…Continue

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Michael Pritchard replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"hI, Vivian. See more exhibition details in my earlier post to Daniel. Also, Brownie should be a capital B "
Monday
Daniel Tammet replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"Hi Vivien, thank you for your reply. Could I ask for your source for the "drawing room" anecdote? "
Monday
vivien hamley replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"Hi, I have been working on a dictionary of women portrait photographers in national collections 1840-1949 and this is my entry for Maud Shelley : Maude Shelley was born into aristocracy in 1875 the daughter of Lt Col Sir Charles Shelley 5th Baronet…"
Monday
Daniel Tammet replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"Brilliant so many thanks Michael! "
Aug 24
Michael Pritchard replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"The PPA congress group shot is attached. The BJP paper is very poor quality.  Maud Shelley is on the second row from the top, the taller woman, second from the left. I have also attached it as a file so you can download. it. PPA%201925.jpg"
Aug 24
Michael Pritchard replied to Daniel Tammet's discussion Maud Shelley (1875-1952)
"The first reference I can find is her exhibiting at Plymouth Photographic Society in 1902 she received a bronze medal for Reflections; and a silver medal for Evening of Life. My Old Sun Bonnet at Southampton Camera Club the same year. She was a…"
Aug 23
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Maud Shelley (1875-1952)

Hello,Firstly, thank you to all the creators and contributors at British Photographic History for this forum. I'm wondering whether anyone here has heard of the photographer Maud Shelley (1875-1952) who had a studio in Wimbledon from at least the 1920s (quite possibly much earlier)? She was the great-niece of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley and won several prizes and honorable mentions for her work, including Fifth Prize (out of 1,172 entries from 360 competitors) in American Photography's Second…See More
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