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William Friese Greene College Street Bath

"I have revised my entry and am grateful to John Winstone and Peter Domankiewicz. Tis photograph now represents a house in College Street Bath once thought to be the home of William Friese Greene - A true Father of Photography and Film. On blogs…"
Nov 23
Peter Domankiewicz commented on David Kastoryano's photo
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William Friese Greene College Street Bath

"John, thank you for the extra details, which I have noted. I would point out that I said nothing about the reason for the demolition. However, I did state that the house was demolished to extend car parking in the talk I gave in Bristol in 2019,…"
Nov 22
John Winstone commented on David Kastoryano's photo
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William Friese Greene College Street Bath

"  I fear that Peter Domankiewicz does not have the story of F-G & College Street quite correct. As Reece Winstone said on the steps of no. 12 in his public address at the centenary of F-G's birth in 1955, and I repeated at the…"
Nov 22
Peter Domankiewicz commented on David Kastoryano's photo
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William Friese Greene College Street Bath

"It was later established that this was not the house where William Green (later Friese-Greene) was born. The error came about because the street was renumbered, meaning it had been changed from 12 to 69. An image of the correct building, where a…"
Nov 17

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Brighton Beach Photography - A TinType - Part One

Recently found this Tin Type on a notable online auction site and thought what lovely bonnets the couple are wearing. On that and nothing else I decided to buy the picture. When it arrived I removed the frame and glass protection and scanned the image at 1200dpi to see what I had bought.

A superb backdrop of three of the arches on Brighton…

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