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Sedgfield's "Photographic delineations" 1854-55

I was wondering how many parts of this work, each containing 6 albumen prints, were actually published. Gernsheim's "Incunabula of British photographic literature" (no. 34) states that 6 parts were…Continue

Started Aug 21, 2012

Ernest Brooks
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I am trying to find out a bit more about the life of Ernest Brooks, best known for his 1st World War photographs, who was also for a few years an official photographer to the British royal family. In…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Hilary Roberts Mar 24, 2012.

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At 10:05 on September 16, 2011, Sophie Gordon said…

Dear Graham, 

If Ernest Brooks was the 'official' photographer during the tour, then there will be a record of this in the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle. I'm not sure, however, that such a thing as an official photographer truly existed. But even if he were just fulfilling commissions at various times, the chances are that records will exist or there will be mention of it somewhere in the archives. You could also investigate what we have in the photograph collection at Windsor. Please contact me if you would like to follow this up, and I can help with appropriate names and emails, etc.


Best wishes,


(Senior Curator of Photographs, The Royal Collection)



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